One of the first projects under taken by Classrooms for Africa was building a classroom block at Rwentutu Christian School in Western Uganda near the town of Kasese. Later, as the school grew and expanded to include pre-school through Grade 7 classes a second block was also built through C4A.
This week the President of the Canadian Umoja organization which operates the school announced that the first grade 7 students at the school have received their national examination results and all 19 have passed at a level high enough to be admitted to the highest secondary schools in the country. He thanks Dunamis Education Society and Classrooms for Africa for their part in providing a good education for these children who live is such a remote area and in very poor circumstances.
Classrooms for Africa thanks the people who provided the funds to make these classrooms a reality!