Need to Educate Vulnerable Children

Brethren, Glory be to God,the Omnipotent one.
Despite the fact that Uganda’s economic standards increase day after day, the country is still ranked as the poorest in the world. There is a lot of suffering and misery in very remote villages of the country where we stay as most families are very poor and cannot sustain providing their own home basic needs.
Most Children would have loved to get the best education but this has failed due to the high poverty levels in the villages.
We therefore call upon good hearted people like you to rescue these needy children by sponsoring a child so as to attain a bright future.
We pray that God enables you to touch a life.

Good Parenting

The members of Nazigo HQR Community were sensitized on effective childcare, relevancy of educating children and proper methods of feeding infants and children in Primary Schools. This Training was headed by Mr. Kiyaga Jona and Mr. Kakwese Saulo Grace.

School Enterprise Challenge – 2019

The chief Executive officer together with the project manager invite the implementing schools of school enterprise challenge 2018 to a training on annual report writing that will take place on Thursday 6th June 2019 at 2PM at Kamuli Umea primary school in Kangulimila sub-county.

We request you to send a lead teacher and a lead student (learner). We wish you the best.

For details call Project Manager on 0783161480. Long live teach a man to fish, Mr. James Love and World Resilience Uganda.

Supporting Education

Kirindi CU Primary School Received a Help Through World Resilience Uganda that made a Boost in the Infrastructural Development .We constructed A Four stance Disabled Friendly Pit Latrine with Modern Wash room and a Urinal for Boys.This was Followed by the construction of a Four Classroom Block at the same site.


What is the School Enterprise Challenge?

The School Enterprise Challenge is a global business start-up Awards Programme run by the educational charity Teach A Man To Fish which we Partner with that aims to create globally aware, socially responsible young entrepreneurs.

The Awards Programme is FREE and helps students to plan and set up school businesses that:

  1. Generate real profits to help support their educational activities.
  2. Give students the chance to gain hands-on experience of running a real school business.
  3. Are sustainable, will grow and develop each year.

Students develop essential skills in business and entrepreneurship in a practical, fun and innovative way. There is $50,000 in prizes available for the most entrepreneurial schools, teachers and students.

In 2016, we registered 16 schools from Kayunga District that took part. The businesses They started small businesses and schools generated an average net profit of $400 in just their first three months of operation!

What makes the School Enterprise Challenge unique?

Schools set up real businesses. The Awards Programme is free, global, and open to all ages. For more information, download the Information PackSchool Enterprise Challenge in 2-pages or our Presentation.

How does it work?

The School Enterprise Challenge runs all year round. It is divided into three Awards levels of increasing intensity: Bronze, Silver and Gold. Schools pick the level to enter on based on their experience running a school business.

In 2018,We have Kamuli UMEA P/S and Bukeeka CU P/S at Silver level where as the rest of the schools are operating at Bronze level.