We are a small foundation with a lot of plans and ambitions for the future of the children of Uganda.
We intend to build classroom blocks, latrines, underground water tank and shelters for the school
Classroom building for the primary school
A well ventilated and durable pit latrine with separate cubicles for boys, girls and teachers to ensure privacy and proper hygiene at an estimated cost of € 8,000,-.
Underground Water Tank
Because Uganda receives a good amount of rain during the rainy season, traditional borehole still remains the main source of clean drinking water. For the school, we intend to install an underground water tank connected to gutters that will collect drinking water through the roofs of the buildings. An estimated € 15,000,- needed to realize this water supply.
Solar Panel System
Uganda lies astride the equator with natural abundance of sunshine throughout the year. We also believe that renewable energy is a step towards fighting climate change. A solar panel that will supply the school with lights and basic energy needs is estimated at € 15,000,-.
We estimate a cost of € 30,000,- for a girls dormitory & € 30,000,- for the boys.
A multipurpose hall that will serve as a dinning hall where the children will eat. This hall would also be used for meetings and other form of gatherings for both the school and local communities. This hall costs about € 30,000,-.
'Work without play makes Jack a dull man'. This was one of the first English sentences most Ugandan children learn during primary school in Kitgum. It emphasises the importance of play in a child's life. For children, play is crucial for their wellbeing. We estimated € 1,500,- to be used to buy play materials and equipments for Laker Primary School.