25 Jul 2012 08:00
With the support of a local charity, young orphans from the Conde Hill Orphanage are given the opportunity to attend the Young Cranes Primary School in Bombo, Uganda. The children lost their parents to HIV/AIDS and have no other adequate guardians to make sure they acquire the proper education they need in Uganda’s meager economy. Although Uganda is the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to implement both a universal primary and secondary education through the elimination of school fees, Young Cranes Primary School faces poor conditions and lack of sufficient resources. Neighboring countries are also determined to provide the best education they can to those in need, yet their economic struggles and poor living standards often complicate the process.
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