March 3, 2024

Over 2,000 vulnerable school Children benefit from Bunyoro’s neediest education Association

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Bunyoro Neediest Children Education Association beneficiaries

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KAGADI

BY ANDREW MUSINGUZI

More than 2,000 Orphans and other vulnerable youth from the Bunyoro sub-region have benefited from free Vocational training and Academic education  from Bunyoro Neediest Children Education Association (BUNCEA) and lauded  leaders for lobbying support from international humanitarian sponsors.

While Meeting beneficiaries at St. Mary’s Kagadi Catholic Parish in Kagadi Today, Francis Sebanji  a catechist and the coordinator of  Bunyoro neediest children Education Association says  in the year, 2000 he lobbied  support from European friends identified as Baptist & Jackie  of Netherlands and Switzerland adding that  at least  over 2,000 needy children who include orphans, people with disabilities(PWD’s) and children from impoverished  homes have completed their ordinary , Advanced levels  and graduated with Certificates in vocational training, Diplomas as well as Bachelor’s degrees and are working in different fields since its inception in the year 2000.

Some of the vocational materials ready for handover to the beneficiaries

Stephen Rukaijakare, the Chairperson Bunyoro and Tusiime Robert the General secretary neediest children education association disclosed that the selection of the  vulnerable children from over 10 districts of greater Kibaale, Masindi, Hoima, Kikuube, Bulisa Kiryandongo, Mubende, Luwero, Kyenjojo, Kabarole  are place in selected catholic and protestant based schools in Mid-western and central region but  based on recommendation from Village chairpersons in collaboration with association coordinators.

Meanwhile, Guardians of beneficiary students and Pupils in primary and secondary schools lauded leaders of the association for lobbying support from European countries saying they could not afford to raise their education to higher levels.

The Beneficiaries who included orphans and people with disabilities in Primary & secondary schools lauded leaders of the association and humanitarian organizations for support.

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