One School at a Time works to boost the performance, quality and sustainability of rural, impoverished schools in Uganda.

JOIN ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME TODAY AND HELP DETERMINED AFRICAN STUDENTS BECOME EDUCATED AND RISE UP OUT OF POVERTY.

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ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME IS RAISING $45,000 TO DO EVEN MORE TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF OUR SIX PARTNER SCHOOLS AND TO HELP OLDER GIRLS STAY IN SCHOOL! AND WE HAVE A WONDERFUL DONOR WHO WILL MATCH OUR FIRST $5,000 RAISED!

CLICK HERE AND SEE WHAT EVEN A $25 DONATION CAN DO TO CHANGE A LIFE!

HELP GIRLS CARRY BOOKS, NOT BABIES

More than ever before, we need your help so 2,500 students continue to step into classrooms, and not fall back into poverty, early marriage, or pregnancy.

More than ever before, we need your help so 2,500 students continue to step into classrooms, and not fall back into poverty, early marriage, or pregnancy.

YOU KNOW HOW WONDERFUL IT FEELS TO TRANSFORM A LIFE: That feeling lasts a lifetime and can sustain us in hard times.

HELP US ADD EVEN MORE GOODNESS TO THE WORLD!

THE ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME MODEL

After 12 years, Colorado-based One School at a Time now partners with six Ugandan schools serving over 2,500 students. We empower students to stay in school and break the cycle of poverty. Our unique model invites entire communities of parents, teachers, and Board members to come together and:

  • Identify their own needs and develop and implement a five-year plan
  • Join our team to secure water, sanitation, menstrual pads for older girls, community gardens, classrooms, and teacher training in nonviolent communication
  • Help first-generation girls avoid early marriage and pregnancy

One School at a Time’s Students

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All photos by Ken Driese.


News and Announcements

Learn about the challenges providing on-site potable water at One School at a Time partner schools: read our latest blog.

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Civil Engineer, Barry Davis, collects a water sample from a bore hole.