In 2012 Eagle’s Wings High School in Lukaya, Uganda, built its first two permanent classrooms made possible by Canadian donors though Classrooms for Africa. Since that time donations from other sources have enabled the school to add two more classrooms and a library. This year two science labs have been constructed. These were made possible by a further donor’s generous contribution through Classrooms for Africa. Since this latest grant became available in early January 2015, the building has taken shape and is now almost complete and ready to be opened in March. Thank you donors for your vision and commitment to providing a safe and secure learning environment for these Ugandan high school students.
First permanent classrooms built in 2012
New buildings started in January 2015
Construction almost complete March 1, 2015