Praise God! We are super excited to once again share with you our newsletter.

Picture5A quick location tidbit: Kyenjojo District was created in 2000. It is divided into two counties: Mwenge North and Mwenge South. Kyenjojo means: “the place where elephants lives.” This district is part of Toro sub-region, which is co-terminus with the Kingdom of Toro, one of the ancient traditional monarchies in Uganda.


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We are in the second term, students have reported back to school! There a lot of happy faces eager to learn, play and grow. We are grateful for the role that our teachers play in the lives of our students.  Not only are they guardians and life coaches, but friends to these young minds. Thank you, teachers!







We shared with you dear partners, in our last newsletter, the genuine need for a reliable supply of fresh clean water for our students, staff and surrounding community. Fantastic news, the well is nearing completion! Expect happier faces all around. The Lord has blessed this area with underground water, and we want to share that blessing through this well.  Thank you for making this happen!!




Second term means lots of training. Regional inter-school tournaments are just around the corner! The kids are excited! We want to bring home the trophies. While the school is a powerhouse in soccer, we want to add to our disciplines volleyball and netball, as well as other athletics. Go team!

The school farm is doing great! We are busy preparing for another sowing season. With each harvest, we are seeing the hand of God. Our plan to ensure our ability to feed the young boys and girls looks attainable. With your prayers and support (as well as the rich soil that God has blessed us with), we believe this will be possible.





Thank you again for your love and support. Our work together is changing the future of Uganda!



John Claude

For Emmanuel Mwesigye


Nyamabuga Foundation Schools

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