We have two schools in Northern Uganda, Nahla Nursery and Primary School and Hayden Primary School. Our schools provide free education to over 800 students. We hire and pay the teachers, and make sure the quality of education is high. 

We are in the final stages of building our second school, in a remote area in Northern Uganda, where children don't have access to education. Our schools are built in partnership with Growing Hearts of Africa Foundation.

We are focused on creating sustainable schools, that we can one day hand over to the community to run. We are working on developing sustainability plans that will make this possible. 


In the 1990’s to the early 2000's there was fighting in Northern Uganda, between LRA rebels and the government. People were forced to go into refugee camps, schools and churches were destroyed, many were killed, and they lost their main source of income: agriculture and livestock. Now that there is peace, people have been returning to their homes and are in the process of rebuilding their lives.

Northern Uganda is currently the most impoverished region of Uganda. The majority of villagers are farmers, and the average local income is as low as $28 per month, less than $1 per day.


Our hope is that access to quality education will empower them to lift their region out of poverty. 


While access to primary education has been increasing across Sub-Saharan Africa, many areas in Northern Uganda have been left behind and children still lack access to quality education. 

Some of the challenges they face are: 

DISTANCE: Students have to walk several hours to get to school

CONSISTENCY: Teachers are often absent (20-30%) and a high number of students drop out (33%)

QUALITY:  The quality of primary education in Uganda remains low, with low literacy rates


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Our founder is from Northern Uganda and we believe in locally-led development. Our goal is to use quality primary education to empower youth to bring themselves and their communities out of poverty. 

When enrollment rates increase and children access quality education, we hope to see:

  • A Reduction in Early Marriages and Pregnancies

  • Better Health Outcomes including Lower Rates of HIV

  • Community Development