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Primary & Secondary Sponsorship

Providing access to education for 125+ children annually who could not otherwise afford to go to school.

Education is key to breaking the cycle of generational poverty. JENGA’s Education Sponsorship programme connects poor and vulnerable children with donors who are willing to sponsor them throughout their primary, secondary or tertiary education. It gives them a chance at a different life.

Sponsorship supplies students with school, tutoring and examination fees. Their needs for scholastic materials, a uniform, shoes, and one meal per day are also included. In addition to providing these everyday essentials, JENGA also supports local schools – even facilitating partnerships between Ugandan institutions and UK-based counterparts. Monthly training sessions where students meet together to receive help and encouragement are also conducted as a part of the Education Programme. Secondary students are offered lifestyle guidance in areas such as sexuality, personal hygiene, and adolescent health.

Henry’s Story

Henry was identified by his school as a child who desperately needed more assistance. Due to his sibling’s death, his parents abandoned and neglected him and he was forced to live with an older grandmother who was already struggling financially. Henry would often arrive for class very dirty, he didn’t have the correct uniform and he was often hungry. Sadly, Henry wasn’t receiving any meals from home or from his school due to lack of finances.

JENGA were put in touch with Henry and they were able to arrange for him to be a part of the sponsorship programme. He is now settled at school, and has been given his own school uniform, as well as receiving school lunches, scholastic supplies and basic hygiene supplies. If this wasn’t enough, his grandmother has also been given food packages from JENGA at times which have been really hard financially. Henry’s whole family is really grateful for the support, he is now loving school, fitting in better with his classmates and we have been really excited to receive brilliant reports of his academic achievements!

Names have been changed to protect identities