Kyabakuza, a small village in Uganda is a home of 1000 children. Many of them are dramatically poor as their parents earn for life growing only small fields, struggling to get any crop to feed their families. Many are orphans, as there is no hospital and people often die. There is no school, nor kindergarten in the region of 28 000 inhabitants. Missionary sisters take care for the children. The first need is food. But the second - a school to give the children a chance for better life.
The problem is lack of school in the poor region of Masaka in Uganda. Many children there are becoming "street children", because they have no chance for education and have no perspectives for the future, no hope. Easily they can find themselves on the margin of life.
The project will help to build a school for the poorest. The children will have the chance to educate, to develop their skills and talents, they will not become street children any more.
The project will help them to get knowledge and to change their life for better, will help their dreams to come true. Step by step, their reality will change for better thanks to understanding the world more deeply.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).