Education

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Education News

For the school year that runs from February through November 2017, LITA contributors are helping 38 Ugandan orphaned and vulnerable children (21 boys and 17 girls) with the fees, scholastic materials and requirements they need to attend school.

  • Primary Grades – P1 to P7 (Grades 1 to 7) = 11 students;
  • Senior Grades – S1 to S6 (Grades 8 to 13) = 20 students;
  • Uganda Technical College = 1 student;

Thank you for this tremendous support!

We are continuing to raise Education Funds for 2017 to support the expansion of a NEW computer room at a senior school in eastern Uganda, and to support the purchase of desks that will be required at the new school we’re going to be building during this Spring/Summer in the district of Bududa!

We appreciate your contribution!




 


Version 3LITA MUSIC PROJECT 

In 2015, LITA introduced an innovative and exciting music project to orphaned children in Uganda. For more info and to donate visit:  LITA Music Project

With a mission to aid and inspire orphaned and vulnerable children in Uganda through music, LITA Music Project gives the children the tools, materials and teaching to make and play a 3 stringed dulcimer.


Standing in front of their new school, completed Feb 2014, the children sing Thank You songs of Love.

Looking and feeling very wonderful in their new t-shirts from Marcon – one of the donors who made it possible – the children are standing in front of their new school, completed Feb 2014, singing Thank You songs of Love and Appreciation!

In February 2014, in addition to dormitory housing and two latrines for orphaned and vulnerable children that were built in 2013, LITA completed the building of an eight classroom, brick primary school with two offices, in collaboration with a local community based organization helping orphaned and vulnerable children in eastern Uganda.

Thank you to all who make these iniatives possible for the children.

 

 

More Info about LITA’s Education Program – LITA supports the education of orphaned and vulnerable children by helping provide access to school along with materials and requirements for school.

‘Access’ can include helping develop housing at a school site for orphaned and vulnerable children who require full time care during the year so they can live in the dorms during each term and attend school every day, returning to the care of extended family at holiday time.

‘Supplies’ can include items like: scribblers, pens, pencils, math sets, back packs.. as well as school fees, school lunch fees, extra study support, uniforms, desks, along with local curriculum text books for reference in a library setting for the children.

All materials, where possible, are purchased within the local community and assist the children, caregivers of orphaned children, and local community initiatives  in providing circumstances that encourage and support education.

Thanks for supporting our Education Program ~ Please Donate Here