Uganda after Kony
[teachers’ notes beneath each slide]
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"I was alone when I heard the gun
shots, the children were playing with
friends, so I ran to find the children.
Everyone was running for their lives.”
When we realised our home was no
longer safe, we carried our children and
walked to a place that we thought was
safer and we had to stay there.
In those hills where we went, life
became so difficult for us ... we longed
so much to return to our place, to come
and cultivate our land.”
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“It is the responsibility of
everyone in our community
to make sure that all our
children get the education
they need.”
Alfred Kityo, teacher
Your task: Giriki has a new primary school, built with support from ActionAid. The school has
classrooms, furniture and toilets. You are a group of parents involved in running the school.
How will you encourage other parents to send their children to the school? Make a list of all
the services you could provide. How will you make these sustainable in the long term?
You have a limited budget and can only prioritise three things from your list. What will you
choose and why? Present and explain your decisions to the class.
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