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More great news for education in Uganda Africa

Original post made by james on Sep 22, 2009

At Uganda Children's Burden Centre, they not only try to help today's orphans, but they also strive to help future generations not have such a problem with the number of orphans. They do this many ways, including HIV/AIDS prevention and general education programs.They believe that if Uganda's society was better educated, it would help the whole country as a whole and its relationship with other parts of the world. Educated children are usually more confident, aware of the possibilities, and more able to learn skills quickly. This is why I am so excited lately about the growth of Uganda's educational system as well as the evidence that Ugandas are learning more and yearning to learn as much as they can!
For those of out there and feel like helping the orphans in Uganda feel free to do so and visit the Uganda children buirden centre site or email-ugchildrenburden_center@yahoo.com

I have read a few articled this weekend relating to this subject and i was touched by this great organisation in Uganda when i was trecking.
World Bank gives to Ministry of Education : Web Link

Citibank and others donate reading materials : Web Link

Please pray that this trend continues and eventually leads to a better Uganda society that is able to care for their children and leave less orphans.

Regards
james

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