Children's Sure House
Summary: Children's Sure House aims to provide education to children in rural Uganda through schools built by volunteers. The program targets vulnerable children specifically, and also provides adult literacy courses in various districts. --- Children’s Sure House (CSH) is an organization that promotes education, courses in adult literacy, business management, HIV awareness and housing for the destitute. The education program aims to support the government in areas where they are unable to provide schooling in rural Uganda through the construction of schools and auxiliary infrastructure such as dining halls, teacher housing, and examination rooms. CSH works with partner organizations to bring international volunteers to the project sit...
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Description of Scale and Reach
The Children's Sure House Education program was initiated in 1993 and a primary school was started in Kiwangala (Masaka distict). Within the first 3 years, the number of children attending the pioneer school had risen to over 1500. Currently, the school serves 400 primary children. In 2004, a second school was started in Kazinga and another at Owangai in 2007, these two schools are now self sustaining and "independent". In 2009, a nursery and primary school was started in Budaada (Kayunga district) which now serves 215 children. The latest is the nursery and primary school started in 2010 at Ssese Island (Kalangala district. 50 children attend the school today. Currently, Kiwangala Nursery and Primary school, Budaada Nursey and Primary school and Ssese Islands-Maboga Nursery and primary school are actively run by Childrens Sure House.