Children’s education program focuses on basic reading and writing as well as arithmetic in English and local Ugandan local dialect for both girls and boys who live nearby with their families. The children are also fed two meals per day when the program is in session, which is important in this region of extreme poverty.

Our focus is directed to recruiting all children in school to enjoy their right to education to its fullness. Together with the support of stake-holders in the communities, we strive to have an informed young generation that sustainably value their lives, families and the whole environment as they grow. We hope to reach the capacity of 75% of the population of children not attending school doing so, by the end of the project cycle.


Children attending pre-primary and primary school education multiplied.


  • Change in attitude towards education in the area
  • Increase knowledge and skills base among children
  • Combat early marriages


  • Increased number of children enrolled in pre-primary and primary schools.
  • Reduced child labor in communities
  • Increase number of girls attaining education
  • Reduced number of school drop-outs


First objectives

  • Equip children, families and all community members with skills and knowledge that education gives (sensitization)
  • Conduct career talks with children and parents.
  • Conduct mentorship sessions.
  • Conduct children’s rights awareness sessions
  • Conduct human rights awareness sessions
  • Partner with primary schools in re-shaping school facilities and models of teaching to create a better image.

Second objectives

  • Provision of reading materials
  • Provision of incentives to be able to attend schools
  • Set up a child say room (stop office for them)
  • Conduct child-skills development campaigns
  • Provision of allowances to committed teachers

Third objectives

  • Conduct children-friendly awareness campaigns
  • Conduct parent-friendly awareness campaigns
  • Circulate reading materials among community members (need for translated copies).
  • Carry out radio talk shows to bring information closer to community members
  • Conduct girl empowerment campaigns
  • Empower child-parents, young mothers and fathers
  • Develop a ‘girls for school’ stop office
  • Develop a sharing hall for community members