Lugazi School Center was one of the first Imani Milele education centers to be formed. Starting under a big old mango tree, in 1991 the school eventually grew in the number of students and because there was no form of adequate funding, mud and sticks classroom blocks were constructed for classrooms.
For so many years the school operated under mud sticks structures until more recently when different groups of people heard of or saw the need in the school and started working together to avail resources to set up brick classrooms. These would offer a much-improved learning environment for the students.
At the beginning of this year, another group of individuals donated money to construct more brick classrooms for the students, and below are pictures showing the progress.
We gratefully thank you for every bit of contribution that you have made or are making to bring about this transformation.