In 2012, we built a Guest House on the Connect Africa Community Campus, the center for our activities. The Campus consists of:
Meeting shelter for our Children's Enrichment Program, adult literacy classes and income generating activities (like knitting and soap making).
Library where adults and children may come to share books and stories, do research and use the computers.
Playground area of swings, a see-saw, monkey bars and an open field for soccer and other yard games, so the kids can be kids and play after our enrichment programs.
Vocational Training Center offering classes in carpentry, metal work, tailoring, catering and baking and enabling impoverished villagers to learn vital job skills for income generation.
Guest House is a place for volunteers and visitors to stay and the proceeds from it directly support our programs. With three bedrooms; two baths; and breakfast included it is a perfect place to stay, volunteer with us and learn about life in Uganda. Visit Guest House for more information.
Every morning, you will awaken to different activities happening around you: children playing on the swings and seesaw, women sitting in the meeting structure knitting and making native crafts, or women baking bread. We encourage you to visit with our families, stroll through the area, and engage with people who are very excited to say hello. By speaking English with them you are enriching their day.
Our community campus is a special place where students, families and guests can gather, support each other, and share knowledge and skills.
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