Pupils of Kiwuliriza Primary school have been the 16th beneficiary of Kitabu-Buk Project since its inception in August 2014.
The school has a student population of 550 students with 8 teachers , 2 female and 6 male.On 30th August, 2016, the school was supported by Kitabu-Buk Project, where the organization donated a total of 217 text books and 763 scholastic materials including 500 branded pens from COCO MAT -Netherlands.
Students of Bukasa Primary School, Muyenga in Kampala have been the eleventh beneficiary of Kitabu-Buk Project. Bukasa Primary School is a Universal Primary Education (UPE) school located in Makindye division, Bukasa parish. The school supports a total population of 708 students.
Kitabu-Buk Project is excited to announce that we have been able to receive and clear a donation of over 20,000 text books from Read To Grow Netherlands. Might thanks to Sonia Sina, an amazing volunteer with Kitabu-Buk Project, Studio Schronfner, Coco mat and to our Patron, Mrs Joyce Ebal for the great finanical contribution for the transportation and clearance costs.
In a row, Kitabu-Buk Project has yet won another award under UniTED Social Impact Awards for a week long train at the University of Oxford in UK. This came with tireless efforts of pitching at the awards ceremony on the 5/Dec/2017 at Kafeero foundation in Kampala-Uganda. Ms. Angela Ameso Anyolo, our co-founder won the award under the best female social impact enterprise.
Our very own co-founder Ms. Angela Ameso Anyolo will be representing Kitabu-Buk Project during the 2017 Young African Leaders Iniatative (YALI) under the Mandela Washington Fellowship at Howard University in Washington D.C, USA.
Awesome donation from Mr. Bangi!!!!
We are very grateful to Mr. Bangi for his enormous donations of Primary text books.
God bless you.
Kitabu-Buk project on 201th October 2015, held a donation event at Bulembia primary school , Kasese. This particular Primary school is located in the foot slopes of Mt Rwenzori Kilembe mines in Kasese district. The school has been hit by floods in recent times. .
Kitabu-buk project is a registered youth founded NGO with the main objective of promoting quality Education. The organization which was founded by Brownie Ebal and Ameso Angela has grown to touch children’s lives in many ways more than one.
We would love to thank all our volunteers who came on board for our induction meeting. We were very excited!!! Hilary,Nona, Sheila, Irene and Edline. Thanks for learnig about Kitabu and welcome to the family!!! We are glad we met you!!! Hope to change children’s lives together:))…
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with Kitabu-Buk project a local registered NGO. Please attend our induction meeting this Saturday,19th October, 2014 at Apple Kids Nursery School, Bukoto, behind Kampala International School of Uganda from 10 am to 12 am.
As part of our donation drive, Kitabu-buk project will be donating to Zoroma Primary School and St. Charles Lwanga in Kanungu district on the 19/Oct/2015 and to Bulembia Primary School in Kasese district on 20/Oct/2015.
We would like to thank our volunteers; Hilary, Sheila, Opio, Brenda,Raymond. For taking their precious time and deciding to volunteer with us on 22nd and 29th August, 2015. We are eternally grateful. The door to door fundraiser raised 50,000# in sales and donations plus books and scholastic materials. We hope to get more volunteers and donations from all ofyou:))
Kitabu-buk Project will be conducting a door to door fundraiser to collect books, scholastic materials and financial contributions from people’s homes.
Place to meet: The Surgery
When: This Saturday, 22nd August, 2015
Time: 8.00 am-1.00 pm
Why: For flooded schools in Kasese and disadvantaged schools in Kanungu
We would like to thank Dastan Ndyaguma, Jackson Mayanja,James Turyatemba, Margaret Namakaye and Auma Hellen for their total donation of 510,000#. We are left to raise 2,490,000# to go to Western Uganda and donate to the disadvantaged schools of Bulembia Primary School, Zoroma Primary school and St. Charles Lwanga Secondary School.