Lwengo District School Building Project GZP Uganda
Lwengo Needy Children and Orphan Project
We are funding operations of a pre-primary & primary school for needy children and orphans in Kasambya Village, Lwengo district, near Kampala, Uganda. The school house in Lwengo will replace the existing grass hut school with a brick building having 5 permanent classrooms and 3 temporary class rooms with each class containing 10 group desks for 30 children per class.
Being a non-profit community organisation #BasedInUganda we find fund raising challenging being that our country is not supported by most online services which may be partly due to Uganda not participating in the postal code systems which are used on so many forms online. We hope to change the #DigitalAparthied through our campaign #BasedInUganda.
We may be small we may be limited though we are fierce in our will to accomplish our goals of empowering the people of Kabale and Lwengo Uganda through training and education. Will you help us?
Please help us with our goal of designing a template for Self Sustaining Primary School that supports 25% orphans for the needy and orphaned children of Lwengo by donating to GZP, donating directly to school development only, Volunteering with GZP, or, sponsoring a needy orphan for school supplies and development.
Current Anfield Kasambya School Projects
June 16, 2018 - School Has Opened and
We continue to work on building up digital devices on the site in an effort to influence phone companies to upgrade towers for GPS locating and Google Maps to update the map of exactly where the school site is located as we have not address to apply to Google Education. We hope to utilise Google Plus Codes for the address in our applications when mobile GPS coverage improves.
We are currently fund raising for many operational needs such as; teacher salaries, office administration process development and for the continued development of our breakfast & lunch meals program (including educational farming onsite).
Due To An Unfortunate Event that took place with the facebook page for the school we are facing a cash donation shortage for teacher payroll this month. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Click Here To Help
Please consider donating directly to the school operations or consider sponsoring an orphan child for school supplies and meals.
NOTE: Yes, the PayPal account is in the name of the webmaster Don Moody from Canada. PayPal contributing to #DigitalAparthied does not currently support #BasedInUganda businesses or charities their site forms are not yet prepared to deal with the lack of a postal code system for addresses in Uganda.
Donations will appear on YOUR CREDIT CARD STATEMENT as "PayPal * Handyman Reality."