Project information

Inspiring to achieve

Inspiring to achieve supports children and young people in the south of Uganda to access good quality education and health care. The charity works focuses on supporting the most vulnerable children and young people including those who are disabled, ophaned or living in extream poverty.

April 2014 - March 2017

Charity information

Rights International

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  • Need


    Children living in the South of Uganda struggle to access and complete their primary education. According to the World Bank only 56% of boys and 54% of girls completed that primary education in 2011. Demand for free education outstrips the availability of places at the free government schools.

    In addition, children and young people are unable to access a doctor or nurse because Lack of availability and because they lack the resource to pay for the consultation and treatment.


    We will be supporting children and young with fees and resourse to access an education. At the same time we will be working with the schools to improve the quality via teacher traning, development of school policies and procedures in the areas of child protection and eqipping the school with valuable teaching materials.

    In addition we will fund a school nurse to meet with the children and young people enabling children to access health care and health infrmation when needed.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    Enhance access to and quality of primary education for children and young people


    » Financial assistance for families living in extreme poverty including support with fees, uniforms and books
    » Training for teachers in the areas of human rights, equality and inclusion, child protection and participation
    » Specific taylored support designed to meet the needs of disabled and ophaned children and young people

    Over the three years 500 children will have received support to access education, over 30 teachers will have received training and four schools supported with child protection

    Aim 2

    Ehance access to healthcare for children and young people leading to improved health outcomes


    » A community nurse will visit four schools once a week to provide a health clinic and health inforamtion workshops

    Over 500 children and young people will have access health care and been provided with vital health information

  • Impact


    Our project will raise children attendence and attainment. The project will also improve health outcomes for children. Rights International has developed a performance management system that tracks the use of services (the outputs) and the difference it makes to a child or community (the outcomes). Progress will be tracked across each of the two work areas and allow for participation of beneficiaries in the monitoring and evaluation of our work.


    The major challenge we envisage is that there will be more demand for the service than we may initially have the capacity to support. To deal with this we have agreed criteria in place for who will be able to access support from the project, with the emphasis being on the most vulnerable.


    The funders will recieve written updates being provided on a quarterly basis outlining progress against the objectives and key performance measures.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £48,750

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      Amount Heading Description
      £23,750 Staff salaries Salaries for 4 staff in uganda and one peron working one day a week in UK
      £5,500 Financial support for children financial support for children to attend school
      £2,500 Training for teaches Training for teaches
      £4,500 Medical medical supplys and aids for disabled children
      £4,000 Travel Travel including motobike for project and gasoline
      £5,000 Financial Financial accounting
      £3,500 Monitoring and evaluation Monitoring and evaluation
  • Background


    Kyotera, I located in the south of Uganda


    The benificaries will be children aged between 5 and 11 years old and will target vulnerable children and young people as defined by the Ugandan Government (Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development). This means that girls, children with disabilities and long term illness, orphaned children and children living in single parent households will be prioritised. We will target 100 children and young people in the first year.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    There are no other internationa charities working with children and young people in Kyotera and becuase Rights International has a long history of working with children and families.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Lisa Davis

    Project management including aministration of the grant to project parners, monitoring and evaluation, annual reporting to donors,


Will pay for a childs school for one year