A wonderful day was had by our students, teachers, parents and Travel4Good visitors from Australia, coming together to participate, compete and have fun at our annual Sports Day!
Due to a lack of washrooms, a lack of sanitary pads and bullying by peers, girls in rural Uganda miss up to eight days each school term because they are on their periods. The eight days on average translates into 11% of the total learning days in a year which causes high drop-out rates and school absenteeism. Read on to see how Mabel is making a difference for our girls and women.
Read about what our senior 1 students are learning about this term!
Thanks to a very generous donor, our students now have access to a twenty-eight seater school bus!
Our teachers share there insights into the importance of education and what it means to them.
Our incredible construction team have been working hard to complete the final section of Mbazzi Primary School.
To celebrate the progress and academic achievements of our students, each school hosted an Exhibition Day for family and friends.
We are incredibly proud of our Primary One teacher, Jesca Nakacwa, who has recently completed her Diploma in Primary Education at Uganda Martyrs University.
This year School for Life welcomed Elisha as our new Biology and Agriculture teacher.
The first day of school is a big day for every child in the world but for children in Uganda it is truly a life changing day.