Donate to Help Rebuild Storm-Damaged Schoolhouse in Uganda

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On March 14, 2022, an intense storm tore the roof off the Spectrum High School building in Kagoma village, part of the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement in Uganda. The teachers inside when the roof came off were able to seek shelter in a nearby church. Fortunately, no students were in the building at the time. The schoolhouse suffered major damage severely compromising its structural integrity. Many other buildings in the village were also destroyed, and this is the only school in the area. The students and teachers have nowhere to hold classes until it is rebuilt.

We here at Ensō Education Institute are scrambling to help our partner school get up and running again as soon as possible. They need $9000 to rebuild Spectrum with stronger materials that will withstand the next storm and to replace books, teaching materials, and school supplies destroyed by the wind and rain.

We know that there are many just causes to support these days, so on behalf of the students and teachers of Spectrum High School, we thank you so much for your consideration and ask that you share this campaign with your friends and colleagues. Please know that a donation of any size would be a tremendous help!

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