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Weʼre raising £30,000 to Build the 7th Parenta Trust school in Uganda for orphans and disadvantaged children

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SCHOOL CHOSEN

Following a review of current projects, I have decided to support the construction construction of a fully furnished Early Childhood Development Centre with 3 classroom block and a 4-Stance VIP Latrine for the Nursery Section at St Stephens Nakapinyi Primary School in Mukono District, Uganda.

A big THANK YOU to everyone who has supported my fundraising efforts in 2019 and especially 2020. With other donations, we have just about reached the initial target of £20,000. For those of you following, you'll know that during the Parenta Trust Rally in June 2019, we found out that following a re-costing of a school build , a full school build had gone up to £30,000 so this fundraising page will stay open for 2021 to help raise the extra £10,000.

May I wish you a prosperous 2021 and we hope to commission the school to open in 2022.

Brief background about St Stephens Nakapinyi Primary School:

The school is located in Nakapinyi North village, Kasenge parish, Nama sub County, Mukono District, Central region in Uganda. It was founded in 1940 by Anglican Church of Uganda, Mukono Diocese then in 1997 it became a government aided school. In 2004, through Fields of Life the school received support in form of 8 classroom (plus administration office). In 2016 the school received a block, 4 stance latrine for girls (with a washroom) and in 2017 the school received playground materials in form of volleyball and netball posts. In addition, the school is a beneficiary under I Am Girl project (training in making re-usable sanitary pads and liquid soap making) and Basic Education Improvement Project funded by Peter Vardy Foundation in particular; mid-day meals, awards for best performing teaching and students, land purchase and agricultural inputs, teachers’ incentives, teachers’ capacity building interventions such as school management skills among others.

Situational Analysis:

Over the years, St Stephens Nakapinyi Primary School has been experiencing a general increase in enrolment; mainly due to government aiding. The growing numbers have continued to exert pressure on available school’s infrastructure. Currently, the school has children population of 579 i.e. 319 boys (55%) and 260 girls (45%), 22 teachers i.e. 04 male teachers and 18 female teachers. 3% (19/579) of the pupils are supported through the Fields of life sponsorship program. The school’s performance in national examinations is average. Out of 65 candidates who sat for 2017 National Examinations. Majority, 66% (43/65 i.e. 16 boys and 27 girl) passed in Division 2 while 18% (12/65 –i.e.05 boys and 07 girls) passed in Division 3. 23% (133/579) of the children population at St Stephens Nakapinyi Primary are in Nursery Section in a wooden temporary structure.

The government of Uganda continues to register significant milestones towards ECD. For example, under the Global Partnership in Education (GPE), the government committed resources to train up to 4,000 ECD teachers by the end of 2017. At the same time, the government is partnering with faith based organisations and other private entities to establish ECD centers, though still at small scale. Despite these achievements, some challenges still remain, especially, lack of safe and conducive learning environment for the pre-school children, in addition to lack of necessary play materials and qualified ECD teachers, St. Stephen’s isn’t an exception to these ECD related challenges.

It’s against this background, that this project is intended to support construction of a furnished ECD center with a 4-stance VIP latrine for the Nursery section so as provide a safe and conducive environment for the pre-school children at St Stephens Nakapinyi Primary school in Mukono district, in a bid to contribute towards; protection of children rights, for them to be able to develop their full cognitive, emotional, social and physical potential during pre-school learning period.

About Parenta Trust

Every child deserves an education.

This charity aims to support disadvantaged children across the world by providing them with the opportunity to receive a quality pre-school education, in a safe and loving environment.

To date the charity has commissioned 6 schools in Uganda and between June 26th and the 30th I took part in the Maidstone to Monte Carlo Parent a Trust rally to raise money for this charity and help build the 7th school.

Co -piloted by my good friend and fellow professional speaker - Warren Cass, we travelling through 8 countries : England; France; Belgium; Luxemburg; Switzerland; Germany; Italy and Monaco.

All in a car costing no more than £350. Ours a Ford Focus Zetec!

Along the way there were 'Top Gear' challenges along the way. See how we fared at www.bucketmcbucketface.com and more importantly how we won!

But is doesn't stop there, if you feel you would like to help reach the new target of £30,000 then by all means add your donation. Still a long way to go!

Parenta Trust www.parentatrust.com

All personal donations will be match funded by The Brand Bucket Company Ltd so what ever you donate will be doubled

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  • Barnaby Wynter10 months ago
    Barnaby Wynter

    Barnaby Wynter

    10 months ago

    You'll all appreciate that the world is facing real challenges with the pandemic especially in places like Uganda. Perhaps it is not the time for the UK government to cut their overseas budget which makes projects like these all the more important. Your support has been magnificent throughout and whilst there is still some way to go and the risk of escalating costs, I will continue to raise money for this cause. Thank you.

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  • Barnaby Wynter3 years ago
    Barnaby Wynter

    Barnaby Wynter

    3 years ago

    SCHOOL CHOSEN Following a review of current projects, I am supporting the construction of a fully furnished Early Childhood Development Centre with 3 classroom block and a 4-Stance VIP Latrine for the Nursery Section at St Stephens Nakapinyi Primary School in Mukono District, Uganda. A big THANK YOU to everyone who supported my fundraising efforts in 2019. With other donations, we have just about reached the first target of £20,000. A full school build is £30,000, so this fundraising page will stay open. May I wish you a prosperous 2020

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  • Barnaby Wynter3 years ago
    Barnaby Wynter

    Barnaby Wynter

    3 years ago

    It's the 12th October. Thank you to everyone supporting my 57th Birthday bash. We're going to make it a blue day at Club BucketMcBucketface with the Blues Brothers in attendance. All in aid of a fantastic cause.

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  • Visionnaires

    Visionnaires

    Feb 7, 2022

    Delighted to support this cause Barnaby

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    Dec 18, 2021

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    Nicki Eyre

    Sep 15, 2021

    Thank you!

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  • Jane Adshead-Grant

    Jane Adshead-Grant

    Sep 9, 2021

    A delight to support this wonderful effort for such a great cause that will be a life changer for many. I appreciate all you do and are Barnaby.

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