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Heroes Day Marked With A Second Term Education Event

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It had been a fortnight since the resumption of Term Two for the 2018 academic year at Brain Trust Primary School (BTPS) in Kayunga when we held our second term event as we marked our Heroes day. The slight delay for our Second Term Education event was attributed to a number of reasons among which […]

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The Water Source Is In A Dire Situation

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It’s common knowledge that water is life. This therefore implies that every human being should have access to water as a natural human right. But again, not just any water but rather clean water that is safe for use. However, this can’t be said for the citizens of Wabwoko Village in Kitimbwa Sub-county in Kayunga […]

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Third Term Event Was A Success

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Today we report back with good news following the success of our Third Term Event at Brain Trust Primary School in Wabwoko B Village, Kitimbwa Sub-county in Kayunga District.

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Community Outreach Program—Clothes & Beddings Distributed

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As Jesus Cares Charity Organisation (JCCO), we are all about touching the lives of others in society without discrimination of background. As we kicked off our 2018 events on Saturday 11th February, we didn’t just conduct activities in the Education Program but also under the Community Outreach Program. Under this initiative, we distributed clothes and […]

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Our 2017 Christmas Package –Community Outreach

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Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. And in Uganda, the case is no different. Being an Organisation with a strong religious background that remains however indiscriminative, it was very vital that Jesus […]

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Fulfilled Promises To Farmers In Kayunga

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On Saturday, June 17th 2017 we fulfilled our promise to the farmers of in Kayunga who also happen to be parents to pupils at Brian Trust Primary School. Like we earlier noted, these farmers who comprise of a total number of 92 people formed six groups of 15 members each, although two the groups have […]