This programme is aiming to boost reading skills at primary school level for 300 children
Uganda is in the process of recovering from two decades of conflicts. Around 95 percent of the population have now returned to their homes after long periods of living in refugee camps, and are getting their lives back on track. The government has been successful in getting children back to their local schools, but the quality of the education remains low. Hempel supports the Save the Children CHANGE programme, designed to address the poor reading skills of children in primary schools in the Nwoya and Amuru districts of northern Uganda.
The project aims to boost reading skills at primary school level for 300 children with the following activities: