School books for refugee children from Broadchalke children

School books for refugee children from Broadchalke children

2 of Julious' children with their new school books
2 of Julious’ children with their new school books

Two young children in Broadchalke Village raised money for CRESS which has been given to four children in Uganda so that they can have school books to help them with their studies.

The chosen children belong to Julious Abate, CRESS’s Agriculture Officer. He has four children, Kenyi Ivan is 13 years old, in Primary 4, and Kiden Sandra is 8 years old in Primary 2 are pictured. He also has two other children who couldn’t be in the photograph as they live in Imvepi refugee camp with their grandparents. They went there when schools in Uganda were closed down due to Covid 19. They will come back in January 2022 when schools reopen.

Huge thanks to our young Broadchalke supporters for helping these children through their education.