Bluebonnet Hills Sponsored NetSquared-Uganda 2nd Academic Term Computer Training Meetup for Poor Rural Schools

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Progress from Second Academic term 2014 Bluebonnet Hills-Sponsored NetSquared-Uganda Computer Training Meetup for Poor Rural Schools in Mukono District, Uganda. Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin, Texas, USA under the leadership of Pastor Dr. Landon Shultz, has been sponsoring Poor Rural children in Community schools of Uganda to acquire computer skills since Last year. A total of 100 selected pupils from Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School and Kibiribiri Church of Uganda Primary School are benefiting from this sponsorship every academic term plus their teachers. The training is being conducted by Maendeleo Foundation-Uganda (Computer Solar-Powered Project) under a termly renewable contract by Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization – Kirucodo with the utilization of  continued Support from Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin, Texas, USA

Check below on Photo Slideshow of the ongoing computer training in Kikandwa and Kibiribiri Church of Uganda Primary Schools

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Two more v are soon going to be added on our list   and we are currently looking for sponsors who can support 50 pupils in every school for every academic term. Each academic term costs $500 for every school which total to $1,500 for three terms (academic year) for every school and which total to $3,000 for both schools for the whole academic year.
Lastly, we thank you Bluebonnet Hills for all the support you extend to our communities and not forgetting NetSquared in this regard.

May God bless you.

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