School Solar project lights up community of Nabugabo

An inspiring community project from 3 students at Sotogrande International School This initiative is a brilliant example of how students at Sotogrande International School (SIS) are using their education as a force for good. Three students from SIS teamed up with sustainable lamp company ‘Little Sun‘ and, through crowd funding, they were able to provide 102 Little Suns to families without electricity in the Nabugabo community. Alongside the HUGE partnership, SIS supports the Nabugabo Community and the Nabugabo Community Learning Centre through fundraising initiatives and have also visited several times. As well as handing out the Little Suns, on their
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News from the Lakeshore – March 2017

So much has happened since we last posted a newsletter; The new school year start and NCLC now runs from Primary 1 (P1) to Primary 5 (P5) with a total enrollment of 112 very happy and enthusiastic young people. Updates on Pangbourne College visit NCLC Drummers and Dancers have had more performances There is now access to piped water from Masaka …and even more updates if you click on the newsletter below  
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The Ark

The Nabugabo Community Learning Centre (NCLC) serves rural village communities in Masaka District and many of the children live with extended family members and all would be classified as orphans and vulnerable children as defined by the United Nations. Transportation to and from school presents a problem for some younger children. Many live up to 10km away from school and for some of the youngest children, the only means of travel is on foot. During the rainy season this becomes especially difficult. Most children arrive at school unfed, exhausted and consequently struggle to learn, and then they are faced with
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