Meeting with community in Kkungu on MoU

Project update van 10 mei 2019 door Mary Angoro

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MOU signed at Kkungu primary school with different key stakeholders

The MOU signing event that took place on the 30th April 2019 was successfully at Kkungu primary school. The event was graced by different key stakeholders from the diocese represented by the Education secretary, Nansana town council represented by the Education Officer, the School Management Committee (SMCS), parents Teachers Association (PTAS) and African Evangelistic Enterprise(AEE)

The National Team leader AEE- Rev Paul Wasswa called upon the community to own the project which instils sustainability and they should be friendly to the World Servant volunteers.
In addition the pupils have been encouraged to stick to their education because it’s the foundation of livelihoods and they were cautioned not to play with the foundation of education
The community was called upon not to lose focus on the many atrocities happening in the community such as:
    Sexual immorality
    Theft
    Drug addiction and Alcoholism

And pupils encouraged to embrace Jesus and he will lead them to the right focus.
The education diocesan secretary appreciated the initiatives of AEE for seeking to transform Kkungu primary school.
In addition he called upon teachers to exhibit a high level of professionalism and encouraged them to empower pupils to be audible enough during peer to peer interactions and in public speaking.

The Education officer of Nansana municipality council called upon parents to mobilise resources and other materials to enable the success of the project but above all be friendly to the World Servants volunteers who will come to assist in the renovation of the school and construction of the ECD toilet. The community also pledged to provide security during the 3 weeks of the project.
The meeting was concluded with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between AEE,Kkungu primary school,Nansana Municipal council and the Diocese of Namirembe.