Child Crisis Center Uganda plans to improve and expand construction at the Magooli Academy for Children Namayingo educational building, so that all of the sixty underprivileged children supported by the nonprofit will have an easier time accessing education in a safe, reliable and nurturing environment. There are one hundred and thirty children who currently attend the school.
The recent civil war in Uganda has left many men and women HIV/AIDS positive and as a result many children are living with grandparents or completely orphaned. Some of these grandparents cannot afford to send their children to school, and when they can, the children have no other option but to go to overcrowded government schools where the education quality is very poor and assistance is lacking.
If MACN can expand, advance and improve its infrastructure, the children of the village will be able to continually attend MACN with full support, properly supplied materials, and a clean and proper building that will stand the test of time. By having a governmental recognized nonprofit school in their own community, the children will have a real chance at advancing into a career and achieving financial stability within their lifetime without the hassle of a of a government provided education.
MACN has the potential to educate so many more children and help them rise out of poverty through education. In Uganda, only educated children are able to go on living high quality lives as adults by having the ability to find work and financially support a family. By educating the youth today, MACN has the ability to impact this community for years and years to come; as the children will grow into working adults, raising and supporting their young with the knowledge they have gained here.