Education
 Uganda
Project #26653

Support Share Project Activities - Poor HouseHolds

by SHARE-PROJECT
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Summary

SHARE - is a grassroots non profit organization based in Pallisa, Uganda. The emphasis is on educating children who are unable to afford a decent education by constructing a school, getting financial assistance, and gaining a school sponsorship for them to get an education and be guided by mentors in the process. These children live with devastated minds and fear- no hope e.g.forced into early marriages, dying of hunger, eat from dust bins, do not have opportunity to go to school.
$5,000.00
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$5,000.00
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Challenge

Overall is households that are highly vulnerable and cannot access school, proper nutrition, health services and safe housing for their children.

Solution

The focus is to improve and empower target households with quality Health and Livelihood programmes

Long-Term Impact

To improve the livelihood / health of all vulnerable in all the target/ benefiting households e.g. the problem of helpless, needy households is a major focus of project choice as it is our basis that other problems will be tackled and solutions provided.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Resources

Hammerslag School Uganda

Organization Information

SHARE-PROJECT

Location: PALLISA - Uganda
Project Leader:
Charles Olupot
Project Leader
Pallisa, Pallisa Uganda
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