In May representatives from Classrooms for Africa had the privilege of visiting 16 of their projects in Uganda, some complete and celebrating, some in progress and some still being assessed for funding.
The team, which included some Canadian Not-For-Profit students, were totally exhausted by their travels and heavy schedule, but also inspired and in awe of what is being accomplished in so many needy communities by the provision of permanent, safe classroom space for the hundreds of students. It is rewarding to see how the local leaders, workers and volunteers have banded together to construct their buildings and take on their projects with dedication and pride. Well done!
Below we share some of the scenes:
Schools from Uganda and Classrooms for Africa from Western Canada joining together . . .
Joining together to share the happiness!