St. Mary’s Ndagga Primary School

The new well at Ndagga will provide clean water for 471 students and also their parents in the surrounding area. Currently they rely on a shallow well in a swampy area which is totally dry in the dry season. And it is 1.5 kilometers from school.

Letter from St. Mary’s Ndagga Primary School


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My Statement: Ever since I learned that safe drinking water is not available to all children, it has been a goal of mine to help. Goals: I hope to provide at least one well a year to the people of Uganda. Eventually, I would like to put a well in every village in Uganda. The Ugandan Government is helping me identify sites where it is possible for us to put a well and/or library. The library opened in our first well site (Kamira) is the first library housed in a primary school in all of Uganda. I would like to speak at schools other than my own to raise awareness for our cause, as well as educate Seattle of how they can help. Max an

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