One School at a Time partners with subsistence farming communities in rural Uganda, Africa to boost the performance and quality of existing public schools— ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME. We currently partner with 6 schools serving over 2,500 girls and boys. We are passionate about our programs to empower older girls to stay in school- educated girls can break the cycle of poverty for both their families and communities.
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THE ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME MODEL
After 14 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, school lunch, classrooms, and teacher training in nonviolent communication
- Help first-generation girls avoid early marriage and pregnancy
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News and Announcements
We’re proud to report that co-founders Bay Roberts and Patty Gilbert have been named Changemakers by Gandhi’s Be Magazine! http://www.bemagazine.org/pro