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Education

Kisoro School for the Blind and Deaf

Sustain for Life, with generous funding from Masikini Foundation, supports a residential school for blind, deaf and deaf-blind children in Kisoro, Uganda – a town in Western Uganda near the border of Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. During a field visit to the school in 2012 we saw first-hand the hardships endured by the children…

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Education

Computer Technology for Children with Special Needs

This project aims to improve the well-being and education opportunities for children with special needs through training in computing and adaptive technology at Kisoro Demonstration School, Hornby High School, St Francis Primary and Secondary Schools.  Special needs children are among the most marginalised groups in Uganda and are often not given the chance to attend…

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Education

Sustain for Life Scholarship Fund

This project aims to improve access to quality and relevant education for special needs children who are most vulnerable, ultimately with the goal of better quality and sustainable future livelihoods. Sustain for Life’s scholarship fund seeks to broaden access to education and training for the most vulnerable and marginalised children and young people. Kisoro Demo School…

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Education

Improving Lives and Education for Visually Impaired Children

This project aims to improve the accommodation, sanitation, kitchen and dining facilities for the children with special needs studying at Hornby High School, Kabale, Uganda. Hornby High School is one of only two secondary schools in all of Uganda that offers education to children who are blind. Children with disabilities, such as blindness, in Uganda…

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Health

Fobenga Village Clean Water Project

This project aims to improve the quality of life of the population of Fobenga-Tierrou, a densely populated village of 1603 inhabitants in Kpendjal-Ouest district Togo. The Challenge Fobenga-Tierrou suffers from severe water shortages during the dry seasons and, as a result, the health and school attendance of children in the village suffers. Water shortage is…

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Health

Disability Mainstreaming in Uganda

  In Uganda, 19% of people aged 5 and over have some form of disability, the number  in Amuru is high due to the actions of the Lord’s Resistance Army in the past. The social and economic status of people with disabilities in Uganda is particularly precarious, because of the high correlation between the incidence of…

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