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PARTNER

BESO FOUNDATION

Aaron Bukenya has set up BESO in 2010.

Years ago his parents sold their cows and crops to enable him to have better education in Kampala. After his graduation and years of teaching experience he returned to his home village Wanteete to improve the education in the rural communities. Beso is a non-profit organization that services children and women who have little opportunity’s to have access to education, health and economic progress through agriculture. As partner we have  improved the situation of school kitchen to feed more children ,offer workshops for teachers, distribute AFRIpads for the girls and buy schoolbooks.

www.besofoundation.org

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AFRIPADS

Afripads Ltd is a social business with 160 fair jobs which produces reusable sanitary pads to provide women and girls a sustainable, hygienical solution during their periods.
Unable to afford proper menstrual products the school girls are often ashamed and stay away from school, fall back in their knowledge or leave school completely and rely on crude, improvised materials like clothing or pieces of foam matress.
With Afripads, we already could help the teachers and girls of St. Marks School in Wanteete. They were so happy!

www.afripads.com

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EL SEED ART

El Seed art/Nduhira Sadat is a young artist and entrepreneur in Kampala. He makes a living in painting on canvases, making sculptures, designing colourful T-Shirts, shoes, trousers, and capes/hats back pakers. He shares his inspiration with children who live under the same difficult circumstances he and his 7 brothers and sisters were raised. We already offered workshops with him at Victory Primary School in Kampala, St. Marks School in Wanteete and at Rainbow House of Hope in Kampala. These workshops are helping the kids express feelings they can not say, getting more self confident and discovering new skills.

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RHU – RAINBOW HOUSE OF HOPE UGANDA

RHU was founded by the social workers Michael Mwase and Geoffrey Tumusiime. Kids and youth living under difficult, social conditions are encouraged to discover their own skills and potentials that they can build up a better future. These occurs mainly about the sectors of music, theatre, art, craft and agriculture. Till now we could distribute AFRIPADS to the girls and offer a shirt art painting. (El Seed Art)

www.rainbowhouse.info

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