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Our plans for the future

No. 1 Education

It is our belief that education for all provides the best foundation for an equitable, prosperous and fair society.

At the moment all three of our schools are based in temporary buildings. Our goal is to build three permanent nurseries and primary schools in each of the three villages of Nge Kidi, Paibwor and Putuke.

Once this has been achieved, we will build similar schools in other surrounding villages.

Graduation ceremony in Nge Kidi Nursery School - 2014

Inside a classroom in Putuke Nursery School - 2016

Overheads for the school, including feeding the children, costs £300 per month

A donation of £5 will pay for a school kit for one child

Nge Kidi Nursery School graduates for 2017 (10) with teachers

 
 

No. 2 Farming & Food

Together with the charity Seeds for Development, we supplied our farmers with enough seeds to enable them to start moving from simply subsistence farming to farming on a more commercial scale.  They have formed groups to sell their crops of maize and beans.

Graduation ceremony in Nge Kidi Nursery School - 2014

Our Founder and Director meeting with the farmers

A donation of £5 will pay for a school kit for one child

Director sharing the farming skills learnt in the UK with youth

in Paibwor village - 2013

No. 3 Sport

FPP football and netball projects

All three communities have football and netball teams. This has made an immense difference to the people, building their confidence and enabling a team spirit to emerge.

Graduation ceremony in Nge Kidi Nursery School - 2014

Netball team in Putuke. 

These are the mothers of the Putuke Nursery School Children

A donation of £5 will pay for a school kit for one child

Mens football team with their sons 

Football coaching. Nge Kidi football team

Children playing football at home

No. 4 School Buildings

Our three school buildings so far

Graduation ceremony in Nge Kidi Nursery School - 2014

FPP opened the first and only nursery school in Nge Kidi village. 

It is essential to complete the building as soon as possible.

Seeds for Development trustee inside a temporary classroom

at Putuke Nursery School

A donation of £5 will pay for a school kit for one child

Makeshift buildings like Putuke Nursery School, shown here in 2016, burn down annually due to wildfire. £3,000 is needed.

First classroom at Nge Kidi 2011 with some of our teachers.

No. 5 The Future

We must continue to teach and feed the children so that they have access to a good diet and a good education.  This will ultimately allow them to succeed and prosper in their lives.  Their success will be the future of Uganda.  It costs just £30 each day to feed all of our school children.

Graduation ceremony in Nge Kidi Nursery School - 2014

Forgotten Peoples Project Director Alex with some of the K1 and K2 pupils at Putoke Nursery School

A donation of £5 will pay for a school kit for one child

Developing partnerships, like with Seeds for Development, and working together is very important for the development of the region

Children are our main focus, we aim to educate and equip them for the future.