Our planning was not supported by the elusive nature of the Covid 19 pandemic. Schools in Uganda are partially open and even then, their is a possibility of another lockdown due to the latest strain of Covid 19. Reports indicate that lesser numbers of students reported when schools were partially opened because most families are struggling financially after over a year of the Covid 19 lockdown and curfew allover the country.
We have not been active in any way on this project other than identifying the partners that we think we will be able to work with post covid 19. We are actively reaching out to you our friends and well wishers to support the project as it triesto gain shape. We are sure that it will be very importnant to engage these young school girls on the dangers of sugar daddies at a time when poverty will have drastically affected many householders particularly among low income groups.
We look forward to your continued support to the project. Keep Safe
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