Everyone wants to feel appreciated and that includes the hard working staff of One School at a Time. Recently, the USA office received an unsolicited letter from one of our Ugandan partner schools. The letter listed the many improvements that have happened at Kassanda Public Primary School since partnering with One School at a Time: a new on site clean water system (with 40,000 L storage tank), new latrines, new classrooms, new teachers quarters, teacher trainings and the expansion of their farm and garden program.

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Parents at Kassanda Boarding Primary now come to meetings in large numbers.

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Students trying out the new garden tools-Let’s grow more food!

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Older girls at Kassanda Boarding Primary are proud recipients of AFRIpad sanitary pad kits- We are going to stay in school!

Not to mention the “good working relationship” noted between One School Program Manager, Hussein Tadesse, and their school.

This is the sort of feedback that makes us happy and motivates us to do even more to boost these schools so the children can benefit.

Thank you Muzamil

This 5,000 Liter water tank makes it easier for kids to wash their hands after using the latrines.

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The Ugandan government built new teacher’s quarters. This amenity attracts more highly qualified teachers to work at this rural school.

Happy Birthday to you.Dedicated to the children- i was once a child-giving them an education opportunity

Hussein Tadesse, One School Ugandan Program Manager, celebrates his birthday with some students!

Here is the letter so you can read it yourself!


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