Ten teachers, who are licensed to teach school in Uganda,
Wanted to help the children in Musita Village, who are orphaned and needy,
Attain an education, even though they could not pay for schooling.
Until Uganda passed the NSSF Retirement Fund law for teachers in 2019,
These teachers donated their labor of love and time teaching these children.
Under the new law, the school is required to pay at least the minimum wage to the teachers, who have to pay a percent of their wages into the NSSF for retirement.
In addition, the school has to pay 10% of the salary for each teacher each month.
This is good for the teachers, but has caused even more hardship for the school. The teachers must be paid for the school to stay open.
PLEASE HELP THE SCHOOL STAY OPEN - ADOPT A TEACH FOR $65.00 EACH MONTH
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Fund Raiser With Premier Designs Jewelry - Jeweler, Lorelei Scroyer
We were able to raise enough money to set up a modest emergency fund for the school.
We greatly appreciate Lorelei's generosity and Premier Designs Jewelry. Plus (muchas gracias) - to all of the customers who purchased jewelry.
Kindergarten Class ready to perform in the Malaria Concert. They walked to the church and gave a fantastic presentation.
Results for the Poetry Contest: There were no poems submitted; however, the teachers put their heads together and came up with this exciting program for the students to present. The TEACHERS at GHDNPS and the STUDENTS are the winners. So are the hundreds of people at the concert, who listened to the presentations and learned about the horrible disease of malaria and how to prevent it.
THESE CHILDREN ARE THE TRUE WINNERS! WE SAY CONTRATULATIONS!
Malaria Malaria Malaria
Malaria is here, Maleria is there, Maleria is everywhere
Malaria is a disease caused by anopheles mosquito.
Malaria has four syllabus ma la ri a.
Malaria kills both young and the old, the rich and the poor.
Malaria makes us sick, feel stomach ache and vomit
Malaria makes me not read, play and dance.
Oh to avoid malaria
We should sleep under the mosquito net, drain away stagnant water, and slash tall grasses, and visit the hospital.
Let us work together to fight malaria.
November 25 at
1:25pm ·As we keep our focus on the classroom building project for our children at God's Hands Daycare Nursery and Primary School, Yesterday
through Daily Monitor News Paper - Thursday, 24th November 2017 (The National News) page 9. Government WANTS all Nursery schools in Uganda to have computers and start teaching children under-
five years. We have a period of 2 months to mobilize for the computers for the school so that The Government will not close our children's school. We need a minimum of two computers but it would be
good to have 15 or more computers for the whole school as this will give opportunity to every child to have access and hands-on practice as they learn the
We have two computers as of January 29,2018 - more computers would be welcome since we have 100 students.
GRADUATION MESSAGE FROM SCHOOL FOUNDER AND ADMINISTRATOR HARRIET WATULO TALUGENDE 11/28/2017 - CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES AT GHDNPS
Graduation is a step of achievement attained after completing a certain level of training In the education sector Nursery section. It takes three (3) years of learning before a child graduates into Primary School. All schools in Uganda organize such functions to pass-on their children to the primary section. This is a big function and celebration where the children, teachers, parents/ guardians, community and government officials attend to jointly inspire, encourage and appraise the reading culture in children to aim higher. The purpose is to celebrate as the children pass on to the primary section and they each get certificates. This motivates them and their followers in lower classes, seeing their elders in the moment of celebration with gowns. This is a time where the community gets more sensitized on the importance of education, through speeches by different guests from the community and the government. This is a time where teachers, parents and guardians join together as one family and talk about their challenges throughout the year, about the children; academics, health and spiritual affairs. We also give special appreciations to those children who have performed more than the others in class, in games and in other co-curricular activities. The day started with singing the national Anthem and the prayer and we had a lot of presentations, singing and skits alongside speeches from different people. We also had games by children and dances by the children, teachers and the guests and parents/ guardians. We ate the cake served by the grandaunds. Then, we all joined up for more songs and dances.
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