By Our Reporter
In a bid to avail education services to the underprivileged children, Lenoir Foundation in partnership with Imani Academy, a Ugandan based organization that provides low cost education to uplift millions of underprivileged children in Uganda through a high quality, holistic education have granted three primary three children fully funded scholarsh
Shanick Ssekadde 10, Huma Nantongo 8 and Grace Kisaakye 6, from Imani Academy, Nansana branch will have access to a full year scholarship fully funded by Lenoir Foundation.
Mr Lyazzi Bruno the head teacher said that the school provides really affordable but still maintaining a quality education but due to economic hardships, still some parents are unable to afford the cost of it for their children.
“This is why we chose the 3 pupils, they all have at least one parent struggling to make ends meet for the whole family so we decided to help these ones out,” He said
“Partnerships like these enhance effectiveness within communities with whom we share a common vision by providing education opportunities for underprivileged children in different communities. We can only do what we can to help those we can.” He added
James Mawaka founder of LeNoir Foundation said during his recent visit as he discussed details about the sponsorship.
Lenoir Foundation is a UK based International organization spreading its reach within different African countries to avail educational resources to underprivileged children to help them obtain an education.