We at Auntie's Angels Inc. provide children from different schools throughout Jinja and 3 school s in Kamuli . Every child receives a good education and we also provide some school supplies and make sure their other basic needs are cared for.
Sponsorship fees range from $15 a month for basic support for a primary age child
to $180 a term (3 terms in a year) for Secondary (highschool) age children.
We also offer "food assistance" to babies under age 3 who are too young for school.
The fee to assist a baby is $10/monthly.
Below learn more about how kids are chosen and what the rules are for joining and staying in the program.
1. Any Child Entering our program will have a home visit done by one of our staff members along with photos/videos to show their current economic status. 2. A student will not board until p7 and also Senior 4 only. 3. A parent will not choose a school for their child we will choose a school based on proximity to the child's home as most will not board, they will walk daily. 4. After p7 in order to join a good school your score must be below 17. Any scores above 17 (the child will join any nearby gov low cost school) 5. In Senior 4 you must score 44 or better to continue to Senior 5. Or else a child with low scores will simply go to a trade in order to have a better chance of finding employment.
We also provide food to a few villages in Jinja & Kamuli at different times throughout the year to make sure our students are well fed. We currently educate over 120 student and hope to build a primary school for several hundred more.
With classrooms and an office and possibly dorms for students to live in.
Each room (office, classroom etc is typically costing $5,000
so we are asking donors to give brick by brick and bag by bag for cement.
$3 per brick and $5 per bag of cement
1000 people each giving $3 will buy our bricks
200 people giving $5 per bag of cement
will equal $5,000. We also need around $1,000
to buy fencing and to plow thru the dirt to make a road to our school located several hundred feet off the main road they may also need to cut down some trees and bushes giving easy access to anyone wanting to visit. Its important to have our own school since quality education is really lacking in Uganda. Many schools cram students 50-100 per classroom and
care very little about those they teach. Beating kids with sticks is also very common and we really
want better care in general for all our kids (current and future ones). Thanks for any donation you're able to give! This project will possibly take 3-5 years to complete an entire school. LETS MAKE THIS DREAM COME TRUE FOR KIDS IN UGANDA!
Below are photos of some of our village feeding events!
2014 FOOD DISTRIBUTION IN 2 VILLAGES
2013 FOOD DISTRIBUTION IN 2 VILLAGES
2013 food distribution in 2 villages!