Suubi Secondary School

by The Uganda Foundation

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Suubi S.S Lubanda was started in 2015 with just one class (S1) with a dream to provide quality and integrated education in the rural village of Lubanda, Kisekka Sub-county, Lwengo District in Uganda. There after each year one class of the lower secondary level is being added and now the school has four classes standing (S1-S4). The School is part of Suubi Centre Complex founded by Ssemwogerere David in 2008. Suubi Secondary School also equips the students with a variety of vocational skills ranging from carpentry, building, tailoring, Knitting, Metal works, crafts making and agriculture. The school believes that these skills will enable the students to be self-reliant in future should they fail to reach University given that money is scarce in our area. It has been four years since the inception of the school project. We are proud to note the increasing number of students who have acquired skills and are now working with the school administration to make school furniture as well as doors and chairs for both the recently completed and ongoing construction works at the school.
About charity

The Uganda Foundation

The object of the CIO is: the prevention or relief of poverty in Uganda by providing: grants, items and services to local charities, projects or other organizations working to prevent or relieve poverty in a sustainable way within the country. The Uganda foundation is able to do this primarily through THE UGANDA MARATHON. The Uganda Marathon is an annual week long adventure race challenge that sets the platform for participants to fund raise for the local community. The event will be starting on the 26th of May 2019 for the Fifth time. Through the efforts of people who take part in the event and fund raise for the local community the foundation is able to keep giving to innovative people seeking to improve their current situation.Charity Registration No. 1176019

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