Redesigning education to empower children, families and entire communities across Uganda.

 

Education is a human right. We believe this right should be protected, regardless of where a child lives or the socio-economic status of their family. Through our programs, we work to expand the availability of quality educational opportunities — formal, technical and vocational — to marginalized children living across Uganda. Success for us means imparting to children the knowledge, practical, business and entrepreneurial skills they need to become global citizens, to lift themselves out of poverty and breathe new life into their communities, their country and the world. Learn More.


Plant a Seed

The Shule Foundation started with a seed of hope to bring quality education to children living across rural Africa. Now, that seed has sprouted into the Watoto Mtaani, Kitalu Shule, and Miche Projects.

 

Watoto Mtaani Project

Watoto mtaani means "street children" in Swahili. We move kids off the streets of the slum, into our center for rehabilitation and back to school – giving them their childhood back.

Watoto Mtaani Project

Kitalu Shule Project

Kitalu shule means "nursery school" in Swahili. Early childhood education is almost non-existent in the rural villages; Shule will build pre-schools where there are none.

Kitalu Shule Project

Miche Project

Miche means "seedling" in Swahili. Our newest undertaking aims to cultivate not only the land but a new way of life for villagers, investing in women, girls and communities.

Miche Project