The category of students we have at school include the victims of displacement from Kyangwali refugee scheme making the sustainability of some of them wanting. The purely need relief in form of food, clothing and mattress which pauses a potential challenge the school.
We have a school garden where students do their agriculture practical lessons and balancing their diet from the harvests. This is the training ground for the back home project to students.
Under this project, students are trained skills of life that helps them translate the skills back to home with their parents as we make follow-ups.
We are now due to start poultry and piggery on commercial scale on top of the ago-processing machine that is being introduced. This project has received a welcome support by our friend Lawrence Webb by providing a seed fund to kick start the project. This project intends to give practical skills in commercial farming to the students.