Kalonga is a rural village with 3,000 families located in the heart of Uganda, 120KM West of Kampala. Residents are farmers who earn less than $1.50 per day. They are simply trying to survive the day, with no hope for the future. Children wander the streets, with no opportunity to attend school, thus repeating the cycle of poverty that has been going on here for generations. With no clean water source, water-borne disease is rampant.
Hope and care school is a primary level institution situated in Kalonga village in Uganda. It was founded by our very own President, Pastor John in 2010.
The school started out with children studying under trees but now with the help of donors, permanent structure of 8 classrooms has been erected. in addition to other achievements like establishment of water tanks and installation of solar power have been made. Much as a lot has been worked upon, there is still so much to do. The school now accommodates up to 500 children.
The trip will provide education and wildlife experience for our pupils where they will learn to name and identify animals by sight
TOTAL BUDGET $1000