Supporting schools

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Serving lunch to students

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Students eating maize mill and beans.

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Serving lunch to students

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Primary Schools project has been initiated and through 'Sponsor a School' contributions funding from very generous donors, Acholi Resilience is able to support a school in providing meals for students attending the school. New teachers have been hired to cater for the number of children attending the school and improve their learning experiences.

Education is vital to community development. By providing meals and other basic needs, orphans and poor children are encouraged to attend school to learn.

School Program cost:

  • Feeding program, we are feeding 317 people, 300 students, 5 cooks, 10 teachers and 2 watchmen. It cost $17000 a year for food and $5000 for cooks’ salary.

  • Teaching materials costs $6000 per year

  • Teachers salary $7000 per year

  • Teachers accommodations one off payment of $10000


Please help us sustain our school projects and give us means to expand to other neighbouring schools in Northern Uganda through your generosities by donations or other means of contributions.
 

Feeding Program progress/updates over a week 2018
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Purchased new pots

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Children washing their plates and drinking water by the borehole

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School Equipments
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Moses brought in a number of donated laptops for the school. Seen here are some of the students having their first lesson with the computers

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Solar panel is installed at school to provide power to one building and also as a recharge station for the donated laptops

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Moses brought in a number of donated laptops for the school. Seen here are some of the students having their first lesson with the computers

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