School in Uganda isn’t like school in America. The kids actually want to go. It’s a privilege.
And it’s expensive. Many Ugandan families can’t afford to send their children to school, or might be able to educate only one of their children, especially at the high school and college levels.
This month Ugandan schools will reopen for a new term, and the 28 women we partner with there will see over 100 children off to their first day of classes. Many are entering new grades. Some are starting school for the first time. All of them are on an educational path that opens into a world of opportunity.
Our partners have long dreamed of educating their children. We are proud to run alongside them as they make this dream come true.