Our recipients represent a remarkable and unique group of schools located in Uganda. These 3 schools (1 high school and 2 primary schools) share a marvellous commonality, they are all interfaith schools. These interfaith schools consist of Muslim, Christian, and Jewish students, who have put faith-based differences aside in pursuit of collaborative education. 
As a result, students have done phenomenally well on their national exams, the previously disparate communities have been united, and higher rates of economic prosperity have been achieved.

An additional commonality that these schools share is the desperate need for schools buses. However, this is by no means unique to these schools, the majority of schools require buses which perform myriad functions that not only increase rates of attendance but also help the schools function in a variety of ways. 

 

Sitting outside the Haddasa Primary School's computer lab after a remarkable day learning from the same students I expected to teach. 

Seth Jonadav (Left) Head Master of Semei Kungulu High School, Myself (Centre) and Aaron Kintu Moses (Right) Head Master of Hadassa Primary School.

Seth Jonadav (Left) Head Master of Semei Kungulu High School, Myself (Centre) and Aaron Kintu Moses (Right) Head Master of Hadassa Primary School.

Hadassa Primary school (Interfaith).

 

Head Teacher Enosh and I discuss the need for transportation infrastructure and the positive effects associated with a school bus. 

Yonatan Netanyahu Memorial School (Interfaith).

 

Head Master Seth and I discuss the history of interfaith education in Uganda as well as how the students access education.  

Semei Kakungulu High School (Interfaith).

 

Photos with schools we support: Semei Kakungulu High School, Hadassah Primary School, and the Yonatan Netanyahu Memorial School.