Uganda Africa - The Bob J. Perry School
You Can Help Send A Child To School
The government schools in Uganda are so bad that most parents do not bother to send their children to school.
The only other option is a private school, but the Mamba Village where the school is being built has never had a school so parents who are dedicated to sending their children to school must take them about thirty miles to school on terrible Ugandan dirt roads.
On February 3, 2020 the Bob J. Perry school began classes with 120 students with another 350 students wanting to attend but lacking the funds to attend. Future plans also include establishing a local congregation and a Bible training school.
We hope to make full use of these excellent facilities God has provided.
When we visited Uganda in January 2019, this school was only a dream and a prayer by the people who have no place to send their children to school … but now God is answering their prayers.
The Rose of Sharon Christian School and Home is growing so quickly that they desperately need more benches, desks and an additional school building.