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The global COVID-19 crisis has dramatically and rapidly changed the lives of everyone, hitting hardest the already vulnerable children and youth at Masaka region in Uganda. The pandemic took a toll on our resources and affected our revenue.

We are fundraising with a target of raising £7,000 ($9133.95) (£7723.60) (UGX: 33,762,115.67) for;

Constructing one six stances disabled access toilets and 2 Classrooms,  to support quality and affordable education for the children that Youth With A Vision supports, and other 700 vulnerable children at our partner schools – ST. Catherine Nursery and Primary School Kisaalizi in Kyotera District, Aunt Sarah Junior School in Rakai District, and Safe Care Primary School in Wakiso, Uganda.

Watch this video which explains the current situation.

There is no uniform fee for tuition that Schools in Uganda charge. Each school charges differently and students from less privileged backgrounds can’t access most of the available schools due to high costs. Children that Youth With A Vision support, charge affordable fees but lack enough classrooms. The lack of enough classrooms affects the learning of the students. Since these schools charge small amounts of money for tuition, it is always hard for them to construct proper and enough classrooms. 

It is for this reason that we are trying to raise funds to help the schools that we partner with have enough classrooms for all less privileged children in the area to have access to quality and affordable education from a conducive environment.

When we help to construct classrooms and a disabled accessible toilet for these partners schools, It will help reduce the amount of tuition these schools charge per student. And this will attract less privileged children to attend school and acquire education.  

Community Support

The young people who have been helped, and those that are being helped by Youth With A Vision, together with the other community members will make bricks for the construction work, and also help with porter work on the site. One of the youths skilled in roofing works has offered to do the roofing for the classrooms and toilet for half the total cost.  All these developments mean that we are now looking for funds for cement, sand, iron sheets, wood, doors, windows, nails, building labour, and half costs for roofing labour.

This is what your Gift can do

A donation of  £1.5  ($ 2)         (€1.65)     will provide 1 piece of wood for roofing (we need 100) 

A donation of  £1     ($1.30)     (€1.10)     will buy 1 kilogram of nails (we need 50kg) 

A donation of  £9.5  ($12.40)   (€10.50)   will provide 1 iron sheet for roofing (we need 66 sheets for £627 ($817) (€692)

A donation of  £8     ($10.45)   (€8.82)     will buy 1 bag of cement (we need 100 bags of cement)

A donation of  £0.8  ($1.5)       (€0.88)     will provide  1 litre of paint (we need 240 litres for £192 - ($251) -(€212
A donation of  £24   ($31.32)   (€26.47)   will provide 1 ton of hardcore stones (we need 10 tons

A donation of  £31   ($40.45)   (€35)        will buy 1 ton of Sand (we need 15 tons )

A donation of  £31   ($40.45)   (€35)        will buy 1 ton of stones ( we need 5 tons) 

A donation of  £43   ($56.11)   (€47.43)   will provide 1 metallic window ( we need 4 windows )

A donation of  £78   ($101.78) (€86.03)   will provide 1 metallic door ( we need 2 doors)

A donation of  £30   ($40)        (€33.10)   will pay labour costs for one day (we need for 30 days at £900 - ($1,172) - (993)

Donors for Windows, and doors will have their names written on them.

We are all a big family, and families come together in all seasons.

The idea is that; if 112 of our over 700 friends, supporters and followers recruit 10 new donors each, we shall have 1,008 new donors, and if they also invite 3 donors each, we shall have a total of 3,136 donors, and if each of them donates £9, by 31 December 2020 we shall raise a total sum of £28,224 which we are desperately looking for.


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Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.

About St Catherine

St Catherine is a nursery and primary school and was established in 2008 with the aim of extending the quality and affordable education to less privileged and orphan children within Kisaalizi village that were greatly affected and some infected by HIV/AIDS.

St Catherine is the only School in the Area that provides quality and affordable education and before its establishment children had to walk long distances between 10-12 kilometers daily in order to access other available schools. This resulted in high rates of school dropouts. 

In partnership with Youth With A Vision, the school enrolls both girls and boys from less privileged communities. And we focus on providing them with quality and affordable education, as well as developing their talents as a way of promoting love, friendship, togetherness, and happiness among children in the community.

The school lacks enough and standard classroom to accommodate the increasing number of children. 


These are the school needs, please donate and enable us to build St. Catherine.


Other needs.

A donation of £11 $15 will provide play materials for a child.

A donation of £11 $15 will provide a school uniform for a child.

A donation of £11 $15 will provide stationery for one child for one school term.

A donation of £233 $300 €262 will provide a set of musical instruments. (suggested contribution $40)

A donation of £66 $85 €74 will buy sports kits for the football team.

A donation of £56 $72 €63 will buy sports kits for the netball team.

A donation of £155 $200 €175 will provide a computer.

A donation of £6 $8 €7  will buy a pair of shoes.


Tour St Catherine

You can support St Catherine in any of the following ways.

  • Links us with your school.

  • Fundraise for us.

  •  Make a donation.

  • Sponsor a child at St Catherine



Aunt Sarah Junior School started in 2010 with 47 pupils with classes from Baby class up to P.2. it has 4 teachers(3 female, male 1). the school has 3 temporary structures. most of the parents are peasant farmers. the school is located on a hired  piece of land on a monthly basis in Rakai District 45kms from Masaka and 25km from Kyotera Town

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