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Our Sponsors Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin Texas Helping to Sponsor Poor Rural Children acquire Computer Skills

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Pupils of Kibiribiri Church of Uganda Primary school during a Computer Training Meetup at their school

This is what is really happening during our weekly Mobile Solar computer Class Training meetups for poor children attending school in rural communities here in Uganda. A possible sponsorship from Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin, Texas, USA is really making it possible for these poor children also have a chance to touch a computer; Thank you so much Bluebonnet for the continued support which enable us to reach over 100 children every week.

Thank you our Partner Maendeleo Foundation-Uganda for providing Solar Mobile Computer Classrooms which enable even those who don’t have access to electricity to also have a chance to enjoy computer technology within their reach and at such an affordable cost. Below is what is happening in photos

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Bluebonnet-Sponsored KIRUCODO Caged Poultry Keeping Project to Sponsor poor children in rural schools to attend NetSquared Uganda Computer Training Meetups (two hens per child).

Photo-2hens-BlogDo you know that $20 can be used to hatch and feed two Kroiler hens to support a poor child in a rural school in Uganda to attend NetSquared Uganda Computer Training meetup for the whole year and even so many other years?!

Right, this is how it is planned to work out:

Two hens will lay not less than 6 eggs a week. Every week, 6 eggs can be taken to the hatchery at a cost of $0.72 (for all the 6). Lets say 4 eggs hatch out into chicks then the poor child will be able to sell each chick at not less than $1 and in this case he or she will be able to raise $4 each week. Actually, the child needs $4 to attend the computer training meetups for a period of 3 months (an accademic term) and he or she needs $12 for the entire year. This means that the child will be able to pay his or her computer training tuition in a week and the rest of the weeks will accumulate profits for scaling up from 2 hens to may be 20 hens in a period of 3 months.
Currently, two schools have already submitted in their resquests for 50 birds as per these letters indicate (Letter from St. John Educational Center and St. John Kaama Education Center).

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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

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SUPPORT 2014 KIRUCODO-MAENDELEO MOBILE SOLAR COMPUTER TRAINING LESSONS IN POOR RURAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN MUKONO DISTRICT UGANDA

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From Febuary 2014, Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization (KIRUCODO) in partnership with Maendeleo Foundation Uganda will be extending Mobile Solar Computer classes to Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School and Kibiribiri Church of Uganda Primary school. Both schools are based in rural communities of Mukono District in Uganda and they lack electricity and a great number of things for proper learning of their pupils. Based on the innovative solar technologies that Maendeleo Foundation Uganda utilizes, the pupils of the two schools will be able to be trained in computer skills right at their respective locations.

By donating $5, you will be able to  help a pupil to attend computer lessons for three months (academic term) or $15 for the entire academic year of three terms. In the first phase of our partnership, we are planning to reach to 50 pupils in each school which total to 100 pupils all together and which will cost a total of $500. The whole academic year (three academic terms) will cost a total of $1,500 If you are interested in supporting this project, just drop us an email at kruralcommunitiesdevorg@yahoo.com and we shall be grateful for your support to help rural poor schools to have access to technology within their vicinity.

Thank you

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Some of the target pupils of our choice. Kibiribiri Church of Uganda Primary School during one of their class lessons
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