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We operate in three districts in Eastern Uganda;

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  • Manafwa

  • Namisindwa

Arlington Secondary and Vocational School’s Groundbreaking Ceremony

Aug 28, 2023Uncategorized0 comments

The long awaited dream for many children and people in Eastern Uganda is about to become a reality. The co-founders John and Joyce Wanda were onsite on August 12 to participate in a colorful groundbreaking ceremony for the Arlington Secondary and Vocational School in Kikholo town, Bududa district in Uganda. Hon. Dr. Mary Goretti Kitutu , Minister for Karamoja Affairs and Member of Parliament for Manafwa District was the Guest of Honor. She was joined by area members of parliament: Hon. Isaac Modoi, Hon. John Baptiste Nambeshe, LC 5 Chair Bududa district, other district officials and American friends and board members at the ribbon cutting ceremony, The ceremony marked the start of preliminary works, including road access, site infrastructure, water connections, fencing, and final preparations before construction starts in earnest. AAH Co-founders John and Joyce Wanda REACH board members Dean Scribner, Jim Angel, Amy Angel and many REACH for Uganda US friends and donors like Jim Hussey, Lynne Willhoit, Richard Viola, Clark Petersen, Linda Valentino, and many Ugandan friends and supporters joined the minister as she cut the ribbon and planted trees along the prospective road to the school.

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