KABALE: “Embabazi Project” commended for providing free education

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On Friday of last week, Tumwijukye Moses Bwengye, the Kabale district education officer, praised the Embabazi project for the admirable work they had done to advance education in the Kamuronko archdeaconry.

At Byamukama Dick’s goodbye ceremony as the coordinator of the Embabazi project at Kanjobe Primary School, Tumwijukye gave a speech as the guest of honor.

He commended the UK members for working with Dick Byamukama to launch the Embabazi initiative, which has helped the district and Kamuronko archdeaconry improve their educational offerings.

Additionally, he requested that the Embabazi project extend its assistance to additional sister schools throughout the archdeaconry.

CUE IN; TUMWIJUKYE ON EMBABAZI PROJECT….ENG

The departing Embabazi project in Uganda’s Dick Byamukama, who also serves as Lyamujungu Sacco in Kabale, stated that the adventure that began in 2004 has come to an end to make room for new leaders to assume the helm.

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He expressed gratitude to the Ugandan and UK teams for their excellent effort in making the Embabazi project a success.

According to Byamukama, the Embabazi project has not only benefited the schools but also the community as the majority of the locals have benefited from various projects like goat rearing, poultry, and piggery meant to help eradicate poverty on a household level, while some have been connected to electricity curtsey on Embabazi project.

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The Embabazi project was launched in 2004 by Roleen and Dick in the Kamuronko archdeaconry to assist youngsters who are unable to afford school fees and supplies for their studies.