Water for the village

Project-based learning has really benefited the local villagers who live near the Vocational Training College recently. The students were putting their construction knowledge into practice whilst also finding a way to get more water to the college. Having found a natural spring at the bottom of the hill, their task …

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Volleyball at sunset at the VTC

Students at the Nkuru VTC have recently added volleyball to their daily activities! Thanks to the installation of posts and a net, the students are able to unwind at the end of the day with a friendly but energetic game, while the sun goes down.

Porridge for Acholi children

The students of Hopeful Haven day care in Acholi are rejoicing in the donation of funds from Welford school in UK which has enabled them to start receiving a cup of porridge each day. This welcome food means that they are much more ready to learn and make the most …

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Kids Joy nursery fully open

The Nkuru Vocational Training College now has 24 students age 3 – 7 studying on its campus, as a result of the Kids Joy nursery school becoming fully open in its own purpose-built facilites. The children currently learn under the leadership of Teacher Rachel (who looks after baby class) and …

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Clergy descend on VTC in a joyful gathering

The Nkuru Business and Vocational Training College paid host to a gathering of Ugandan clergy recently, as they came to see round the college, hear about the vision and life-journey of the college founder John Njendahayo, find out about the various elements of sustainability incorporated into the college, and learn …

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Open Day at the College

Nkuru Business and Vocational Training College opened its doors to prospective students and parents as well as local residents recently. There was much interest in the range of course available for students age 18 and up, as well as for the children who are starting at the newly-opened Kids Joy …

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A letter from John

Nkuru-Nziza Foundation Progress Report 2019   Dear friends, Hope you have had a good start to 2019. I must first apologise for taking long to send in a report on where things are since my last visit to the UK. Your prayers and support are continuously being appreciated. We continue …

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