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Did you know that Namuwongo is the second largest slum in Kampala with an estimated 15,000 people? 50 percent of this population are children. Uganda Hands for Hope (UHfH) has identified ways to reach out to this community by selecting 25 to 30 of the most vulnerable children and placing them in their nursery school. Children with disabilities are also invited to a special needs class where they learn basic skills and are given their meals for the day.

We looked into how we can offer support to UHfH to ease the already great work they have done in Namuwongo and came up with the decision to prepare preliminary design proposals for their premises in Muyenga. These are some pictures of our team visiting UHfH.