This challenge will support two key projects in Uganda through two of our partner charities.
On behalf of Soft Power Education we are fundraising USD20,000 to completely renovate seven classrooms at Nkondo Primary School where 605 pupils attend school. This renovation will ensure that the children are learning in safe and inspiring classrooms.
For Kisoro Children’s Foundation we are aiming to raise USD23,000 to purchase a playground, playing field, football pitch and netball court, which will be used by the 267 students and by many more children in the local community.
About Soft Power Education: Soft Power Education (SPE) has a mission to “Improve the quality of life through education”. Since 1999 they have been working in the Jinja District of Uganda to work in three key areas: Alternative Education; School Infrastructure Development; and Livelihoods
Its core programmes include two pre-schools for 180 of the most disadvantaged children from the communities of Buwenda and Kyabirwa, a Special Needs Programme working with more than 130 children with disabilities, the Amagezi Education Centre through which it partner with more than 1,000 P6 pupils from 12 partner schools, and the Earth Power Project under which it focuses on protecting the environment in the Busedde and Buyengo sub counties.
In 2015, Gulf for Good fundraised to renovate and paint nine classrooms at Namaganga Primary School under our School Infrastructure Development Programme.
Number of children impacted: 591
United Nation's Sustainable development goal: Quality Education
Charity registration number: 1098936