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Today we have distributed Pens and Pencils (Donated by Pens for Kids of UK) to 330 children of Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School

DSCN0369Today we have reached out to 330 children of Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School with Pen and Pencils donated by Pens for Kids of UK. Last week, we received a donation of 2000 pens and 2000 pencils from Pens for Kids UK and this week we have started to distribute donation to most needy schools in our community. Tomorrow we shall reach out to over 260 children of St. John Kaama Education Centre and another school yet to be identified this week.

See below what happened today at Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School

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DR. MIKE ROBERTS SPONSORED SHIPMENT OF SCHOLASTIC MATERIALS FOR THREE RURAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS OF OVER 1500 PUPILS WAS COLLECTED FROM TWAM WAREHOUSE

Loading TWAM Donated material at TWAM Warehouse and Standing is the Executive Director Robert Kibaya

Hello friends and Partners, this is to let you know that a  scholastic material donation for three community primary school from Tools With A Mission (TWAM) was collected on 19th June 2012  from TWAM warehouse in Kampala to Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization (KIRUCODO) store in Kikandwa village. This week we have distribution to two schools (Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School and St. Henry’s Kakukulu Primary School) as per the posting on our Organization Facebook indicate and next week we shall distribute to the last school (Bulijjo Church of Uganda Primary School). The shipment costs and all taxes for this donation was met by Dr. Mike Roberts of UK and we are so grateful for his humanitarian heart. More updates regards the distribution of this donation will be posted on our blog soon.

We thank you all for your continued support and care

God bless you and you can have a look at some of the photos while picking the donation from TWAM warehouse in Kampala and offloading at KIRUCODO offices in Kikandwa Village.

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