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Tertiary Sponsorship

Supporting 20+ students annually through higher education to help them become more employable.

According to the World Bank, 700,000 youth reach working age every year in Uganda, but only 75,000 jobs are created. In such a highly competitive job market, we take our responsibility for preparing our sponsored students very seriously. Therefore, assisting students leaving secondary school with tertiary education – either university or vocational – gives them skills and experience that are invaluable in their transition to the working world.

After each of our sponsored students complete secondary school, further educational opportunities are based upon educational performance, career suitability, area of interest, and donor support.

John’s Story

John is the fourth of five children. Sadly, his father died when he was three years old. When this happened, his mother was thrown out of her husband’s family. Life was very hard for them and John’s mother could not financially support all the children and was unable to pay for their school fees and medical needs amongst others. When John’s mother joined the Daughters of Naomi (a JENGA support group for women living with a HIV diagnosis), and their savings group, her children were also given the opportunity to be sponsored.

JENGA has been sponsoring John from the third class in primary school through to university. We are delighted that John graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Art and Education. After graduating John was able to get a job as a teacher at a well-known and well thought of secondary school. This means that he is now able to financially support both his mother and other siblings. Wonderful!