Help Primer Junior School
Primary School Education is free in Uganda. However there are too few government schools to meet the population's huge demand, leaving rural communities neglected and without primary education. In areas without government schools the community has to pick up the slack, but these schools do not have access to external funding so, in these areas, education is not free.
Premer Junior School is based in one of the many sub-parishes that surround Masaka called Kijjabwemi. It caters for families who often struggle to find money to allow their children to go to school. Of the 155 pupils at the school, 60 pupils are partly funded but they often miss exam days when parents can't afford to pay the examination fees and therefore don't receive the necessary qualifications to move through education.
Taking inspiration from a previous project, the school has plans for a poultry project and are hoping to fully fund the remaining 60 students.