MAKE A DIFFERENCE. DONATE TO BUILD A SCHOOL IN UGANDA!
When you live in America or other first-world countries, you sometimes forget how other people are living. Children suffer especially hard in poor countries. The Teach Them to Fish Foundation is dedicated to building primary schools in Uganda to help disadvantaged children who do not have a school to attend and for young girls who are at risk for human trafficking to get the education they so desperately need.
Presently, the Teach Them To Fish Foundation has two primary schools in Uganda:
- Kanyanga Primary School which has more than 550 students and’
- Kaleu Primary School has more than 750 students.
When you donate, 100 percent of the proceeds received through our website go to building safe, secure, and wholesome primary schools in rural Uganda so that the kids there have a place where they can learn and grow. We teach them life skills as well, such as avoiding the risk of human trafficking for the young girls there. These brick-and-mortar schools are dedicated to helping the underprivileged of Uganda get a leg up in life.
Whether you can donate a few dollars or more, your contribution will be helpful. With whatever spare change you have, you can help us continue our mission of educating and helping the children of Uganda. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to learn more about how you can donate. Or you can give us a call at 202-253-9393 to ask us any questions that you may have.
We are excited to work with you.
REPUBLIC OF UGANDA
Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa with an area of approximately 236,040 km2 (91,136 miles2) and a population of over 32 million people. Uganda is bordered on the east by Kenya, on the north by Sudan, on the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the southwest by Rwanda, and on the south by Tanzania. The southern part of the country includes a substantial portion of Lake Victoria. The capital is Kampala.
Uganda is a democratic republic. The current President is Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. He is both the head of state and head of government. National elections are scheduled in 2011.
Jinja is regarded as the source of the River Nile and a major tourist destination.
The official languages are English and Swahili. The United Nations reports Uganda on its “Least Developed Countries” list.
To learn more about Uganda, read UN-ORHLLS’s profile on Uganda and the Ugandan official web site.