Children sit outside during a class break. These children are provided with both traditional education and opportunities for vocational education, if they desire.
The Angels Care first came to our attention in 2012 when a former TFI volunteer, working in rural Uganda with the Peace Corps, reached out to us to ask if we could help this community by building a much-needed water tank at their school. This school is inside a refugee settlement that cares for children escaping conflict in neighboring countries including Burundi, Rwanda, and the Congo. The results of having a clean, reliable water source improved the overall health of the students, which in turn improved school attendance, to which point that they became the highest performing school in their region. The school still has many dire needs, but they are able to accomplish much with ingenuity and dedication.
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