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Secondary School Fee's
Lilly Uganda aims to support vulnerable children in Uganda.
January 2011 - December 2016
Charity information: Lilly Uganda
We support children who would not otherwise have access to education.
It will supply the funds needed to pay school fee's and other necessities such school uniform, transport costs etc
Ensure every child that is part of Lilly Uganda has the opportunity to attend secondary school.
Activities» Run events to raise the funds
What success will look like
Success will be...if every child attends secondary school.
The children will gain a full and high standard of education, they will have the chance to get better jobs, support themselves and their families in the future. These successes will be demonstrated by the children all gaining their secondary school certificate and then taking the opportunity to improve their future.
The risks are that we will not raise the required funds to keep all of the children in secondary school. However, we have carefully projected the costs and planned what needs to be done each year to meet our targets.
We always contact them either by email or post with all updates that occur.
Budget - Project Cost: £95,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £95,000 School fee's 28 children, £500 per year for six years per child.
The location is in Uganda. The events that we run to raise the funds are all held in the UK. They mainly take place in Surrey.
The children of Lilly Uganda and their future families.
We work directly with the team in Uganda. They know the exact needs and best places for secondary school. We always consult with them on every issue and ensure that we work alongside them.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Aimee organises the events that raise funds to support the project.
Charlotte is the treasurer and so deals with all the finances of the project.
Namwanje Priscilla/Headmistress In Uganda
Eron runs the orphanage in Uganda. She plays a crucial role in raising the children.