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Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. By building schools we are helping to train the future doctors, nurses, technicians, firefighters, police, farmers and leaders.
|Arise & Shine Primary School, Palisa||Read More //|
Palisa School, (situated in Palisa), used to share a building with a local church. It looked more like an air raid shelter than a building for education. Early 2010 saw the completion of Arise and Shine Primary School, a new concrete build, funded by a local business from Northern Ireland.
|Ayila Primary School||Read More //|
Ayila Primary School is in Amulu in Gulu, Northern Uganda around 29km from Dr. Andrew McAvoy Primary School. The school has 12 acres of land and has been running since 1993.
|Busia School||Read More //|
Kisole Baptist Primary School is located right on the border of Uganda and Kenya. They requested a new school building to replace their mud structures. The school had a strong attendance but very poor resources and facilities.
|Buyobe Primary School||Read More //|
Buyobe Primary School is in the district of Kayunga, north of Kampala and has been running since 1992. The school owns about 1 acre of land.
|Christ the King School||Read More //|
Christ the King Primary School, is situated around 30km north of Kampala. When we first visited the school in 2006, it had three classrooms made from mud with tin roofs. It was encouraging to see that the school had made many of its own resources, and were trying their best to give the children an education.
|Coo–rom Tekwir Primary School||Read More //|
Coo–rom Tekwir Primary school is in the Amuru district in the north of Uganda. It was started in 2009 and has 450 children attending.
|Dr Andrew McAvoy Memorial School||Read More //|
Abaana owns 10 acres of land on which Dr Andrew McAvoy Memorial sits. For 20 years the LRA terrorised the people of this region, abducting children and committing atrocities. Now there is peace and this new school has brought real hope to the surrounding area.
|Matthew Cardwell School||Read More //|
Over the last 2–3 years we have raised ¬£100,000 to ‘transform’ Mpata Primary in Mukono, Uganda. The new school caters for 300–400 children and is one of the leading schools in the area. We will also be looking into medical and feeding projects in this area, to ensure that the children’s health is of a higher standard.
|Extending Fields of Life!||Read More //|
Fields of Life Academy in Uganda, consisting of 340 pupils ranging from Primary 1 to Primary 5, having two buildings, did not have enough classrooms to facilitate Primaries 6 and 7. This was a pressing need if the current Primary 5 was to progress.
|Kanalela Primary School||Read More //|
|Katonte Junior School||Read More //|
Katonte Junior School is situated in the south of Uganda, near Jinja. The land was donated by a local family. Due to the lack of schools in the area, and high levels of illiteracy, the family wanted to see a school in the area.
|Lweeza Primary||Read More //|
Lweeza Primary School is situated on a hill overlooking Lake Victoria. It is in a remote area of the Mokono district. The nearest town is Nenjeru (10km). The school owns 10 acres of land.
|Matthew Cardwell Nursery Section||Read More //|
Matthew Cardwell Primary School was built and completed in 2004. The school includes kitchen facilities, a water pump and toilet block. In 2009 a team from Antrim High Street Presbyterian built a nursery near the new school build that now provides much better facilities for the children of grades 1-3 to learn.
|Moroto School||Read More //|
Moroto literacy school in Moroto is situated outside the chief town of the Moroto District of north eastern Uganda (West of Mount Moroto). It is home to the Karamajong people, a nomadic herding community (similar to the Masai). The area is very unstable and instead of the traditional weapons the Karamajong carry Ak-47s. There is a high level of poverty and Moroto is far from the developed capital of Kampala.
|New Foundation Primary– Kiwumu||Read More //|
New Foundation Primary School in Uganda owns 17 acres of flat land. The building was completed in the summer of 2007 when a team from St. Ninian’s High School (Isle of Man) helped finish the painting. St. Ninian’s High School spent one year raising funds for this school. Check out the school’s website here http://www.sch.im/snhs/ Previous to St. Ninian’s becoming involved, the school at this site had been destroyed by the rains, and our thanks go to Kenmore Church, Kenmore Primary and Glen Lyon Primary for helping to raise the necessary funds to construct a more permanent building.
|Strathearn Primary School||Read More //|
Katalemwa Primary School now Strathearn Primary School is situated on the outskirts of Kampala. The school started in a small room in a house, and expanded. They were able to acquire 3 acres of land, where the new school is now situated.