Wakadogo Library


Third update on school library building in Acoyo village, northern Uganda

(News just in from Acoyo in Uganda!)

Thank you so much to the Trustees of Hazel’s Footprints Trust’s for the generous donation of £12,000, made to Project Shelter Wakadogo  on 5th January 2014. We promised to use these funds to build a library at Wakadogo School–the first in Acoyo village.

This important investment in education will serve over 400 students by the time it opens. Thank you from us all at Wakadogo.

The library has been constructed! All that is left to do are the finishing touches (like painting, plastering the walls and ceilings, putting the doors on). These will be completed in the next few weeks and Nilmin will return to Gulu in September to finalise the building.

We cannot wait to finally open the library, hopefully in early October if we get the funding for the furnishing and resourcing of the
library. The opportunities for quality and meaningful learning that this library will provide for the girls and boys, the teachers and
the community will be invaluable. We look forward to sharing further updates on the construction in September and of course let
you know when we receive further funding and are ready to officially open.

On behalf of children, the teachers and the community that we serve, we wish to thank you for making this generous and important
contribution to Wakadogo.

Read the full PFD: Update for Hazels Footprints Trust June 2014.

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