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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Real-life projects at the BVTC

Nkuru Business and Vocational Training College has been up and running for almost 1 complete academic year now, and all is going very well. The college is pioneering some new ways of learning, particularly by Ugandan standards, utilising a Whole Brain Approach to teaching and learning, and also by giving …

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Godfrey – Student Number 1

Godfrey is a 17yr old lad from Bakijjulula, the village in Mityana district where John’s dad lives, and where John is setting up the Vocational Training College (Nkuru BVTC). Education-wise he managed to complete his S4 exams, which are the equivalent to GCSE’s, but he didn’t continue on to A …

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Jane – a microfinance success story

Jane was one of the first people to receive a loan from the Missing Link Microfinance project when it launched in the summer of 2016. Based out of the house of John’s dad, in Bakijjulula near Mityana, where the Nkuru Vocational Training College is now being developed, the microfinance scheme …

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