Improvement of the educational situation in Kyazanga, Uganda
Uganda | since January 2019 | Adept e.V.
The Kyazanga region in southwestern Uganda is a particularly structurally weak region. Almost all families live exclusively from agriculture, whose yields enable survival but hardly generate income. In order to offer a high-quality education to the young people living there, the St. Anthony School Kyazanga has been part of the support programme of the association Adept e. V. (who supports educational institutions in Uganda) since 2017. The Beurer Foundation supports Adept e. V. to improve the career prospects of the students at St. Anthony Secondary School.
The Beurer Foundation supports Adept e. V. to improve the career prospects of the students at St. Anthony Secondary School. For the year 2019, this includes the construction of science rooms for teaching physics, chemistry, biology and agriculture. This project is of great importance for the educational situation in this region. In addition, the project will reduce the lack of space at the school: at present only three classrooms and the auditorium are available for nearly 400 young people, so that the class size is currently around 100 pupils.