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  • Mukono, Uganda

Education  Support  Programme

Vulnerable Community Schools Support

In 1997, the Government of Uganda introduced the Universal Primary Education program to provide free primary education. Enrollment increased from 3.1 million pupils in 1996 to 8.4 million in 2013.

But this success is overshadowed by high dropout rates and poor-quality schooling. According to UNESCO (2018), 68% of children in Uganda are likely to drop out before finishing the primary cycle due to several challenges: gender inequalities, low motivation of teachers, child marriages, lack of awareness of the benefits of education among parents, and poverty as mandatory school fees remain a substantial challenge for most children.

Education has the power to change people’s lives. In Uganda, individuals can increase their earning power by 10 percent on average for each additional year of education they obtain. 

As T.A-CRUSADE-UGANDA, we believe education is necessary for societies and people in those societies to thrive. Education opens the door to higher-paying jobs, opportunities for advanced education and careers. 

This belief drives us in collaboration with our trusted Partners to support education through;

  • Availing scholastic materials like books, pens, pencils, school bags, school uniforms, socks, shoes among others.  
  • Supporting schools to establish or expand school garden programmes to improve food production and Nutrition Security
  • Provision of much needed school desks, teachers’ tables and chairs, blackboards, racks, etc.
  • Electrification of Classrooms
  • Construction and/or renovation of Classrooms
  • Availing, construction and/or renovation of Water Supply & Sanitation Infrastructure in neglected schools
  • Constructing of new or revamping broken school community water sources
  • Provision of children’s play equipment
  • Distribution of Reusable Sanitary Pads to menstruating girls in schools
  • Training Teachers & School Management Committee Members.

If you share our belief, donate generously so we can continue supporting education for disadvantaged, poor and orphaned children in Uganda.

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