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By Ahura Mujuni Mark and Agencies

The Ugandan School ,Blackburn Citizen photo

Students from Blackburn’s Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in England will soon arrive in Uganda and spend two and a half weeks helping to develop The Good Samaritan School.

Through fundraising projects the students have raised £12,000 which they are hoping to spend on bringing electricity and running water to the school, which has 250 students aged four to 11.

“We went out to the school in 2010 for the first time and built two extra classrooms.This time we want to hopefully bring water and electricity to the school as well as plaster all the walls, put in windows, build toilet facilities and put down proper concrete floors as at the moment they are just made of dirt.” Andy Buckingham the teacher and project leader said

“Our aim is to try and bring the school up to western standards over the next four years and then, hopefully, it will be taken over by the state.”said the mission head ,according to Blackburn Citizen news

 

 

Comments

  1. Kawooya geoffrey says:

    I wish e dream cd come true coz we e needy ugandans need thre support thru our childrens education…

  2. karls karclie says:

    am so glad u gays are helping our nation.am currently pursuing a bachelors degree in development studies at kyambogo university,so seeing different people coming up to boost the development of our education sector,i get so happy and i pray that you achieve all your goals.am also currently working with BAND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME to make Banda community a better place,SO may the good LORD bless you in what you are doing in Uganda.