Imagine not having the opportunity to go to school beyond P7? Our 2020 VISION is of a local secondary school for the 6,500 children who attend Kahara, Kirwala, Bunyama, Runyaya, Kothogongola, Diika, Nyinga and St Livingstone Primary Schools in western Uganda. We need to raise £250,000 over the next 18 months to make this dream a […]
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In August when we were visiting the 8 Primary Schools we had the privilege of being involved in the groundbreaking ceremony for the Nursery Block that Charlene’s Project was funding at Kahara Primary School. It is wonderful now to see the progress with the build and all is on target for the Nursery to receive […]
New kit for Charlene’s Project Schools in Uganda Ulster Hockey, Northern Ireland Football and Villiers School in Limerick donated kit to Charlene’s Project that was distributed in August across the 8 Primary Schools Charlene’s Project are working with in Uganda. One of the highlights of the recent Charlene’s Project visit to Uganda was being able to […]
Thank you for kit for Uganda Ulster Hockey, Northern Ireland Football and Villiers School in Limerick donated kit to Charlene’s Project that was distributed in August across the 8 Primary Schools Charlene’s Project are working with in Uganda.
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY: SATURDAY 15th DECEMBER Recent video of Charlene’s Project work with Syrian refugees in Jordan – CLICK HERE Recent video of Charlene’s Project work in Uganda – CLICK HERE I recently returned from Uganda having visited the 8 Primary Schools in the area we are working. You may recall we started working […]
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In 2009, on the very day when Charlene was told she needed a lung transplant to survive, she made the decision to fundraise to build a school in Uganda. When Janice and I told her it was too ambitious a plan she asked us “Do you not believe in the power of God” and “Do […]