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Building Schools

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Abaana works with children in rural communities across Africa. Our current focus is Uganda.

There are an estimated 2 million children in Uganda who are not registered in any school, and a further 5 million attending schools that have temporary structures (shacks). Without a good quality education these children will remain in the poverty trap.

Abaana aims to give hope to these rural communities, initially by building the schools, and then helping develop them into quality education centres.

Abaana Schools are built to last, and where many organisations will simply build for the cheapest costs, we ensure that we not only meet the minimum government standards but surpass them. To date Abaana has built over 120 classrooms over 13 sites. Our Uganda team has over 10 years of experience in delivering these projects.

Case StudyArise & Shine Primary School, Pallisa ,Uganda

  • Name: Arise & Shine Primary School, Pallisa
  • Project Type: Building Schools
  • Country: Uganda
  • Areas: Pallisa (East Uganda)
  • Current State: Completed
  • Project Added: 2007
  • Estimated Cost: £40,000

Pallisa School, (situated in Pallisa), 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.

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Case Study Ayila Primary School ,Uganda

  • Name: Ayila Primary School
  • Project Type: Building Schools
  • Country: Uganda
  • Areas: Amuru (North Uganda)
  • Current State: Two School buildings & Nursery block complete
  • Project Added: 2011
  • Estimated Cost: £50,000

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.  Money was raised through the £5 School initiative, and the nursery was funded in memory of the Comard Mondello family.

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