Established several years ago by Gertrude Kabatalemwa, the school which began in a thatched hut has not only outgrown its next wooden facilities but has also outworn them. Twenty thousand bricks donated have been used to replace rotten wood on the original site. The leaky roofs over the classrooms have also now been replaced thanks […]
With the help of friends and sponsors, NEEPUganda has slowly been able to acquire land, parcel by parcel, until now there is a 100 acre plot available for the school complex and the farm. This farm houses some of the schools sponsored cows and goats and grows bananas, cassava, tea and corn.
NEEPUganda initiates and establishes micro-finance programs for basket-weavers and paper-bead makers afflicted with AIDS, and finds markets for these beautiful baskets of very high quality for the survival of these fragmented family units.
NEEPUganda Student Scholarship Program Designed to award scholarships to needy children or those who have earned high scores, the scholarship program is a $28 monthly commitment which will allow those students to receive 50-80% assistance with tuition, books and supplies. This program allows those families that do not have the means to pay full tuition […]
Currently teachers are paid a meager $80 a month salary. The teacher sponsorship program was created to help supplement this salary in order for the teachers to earn a living wage and this will help Nyamabuga school keep the valuable teachers that they currently have as well as attract excellent teachers.
With Project Feed the Children, Neepuganda hopes to acquire a GRAIN MILL which will allow them to feed the children corn porridge every morning helping to boost attendance as well as give them fuel for learning. The grain mill will also produce income while serving the community because the nearest mill is 10 miles away.