Dormitory construction at Kampala School for Physically Handicapped
About the project:
Construction &Equipping the Students’ Dormitory:
The Dormitory shall accommodate extra 200 Students
Reduced congestion in the existing dormitories
Equipping the dormitory to fully support beddings & special needs requirements for the children.
Water harvesting & Improved School water & sanitation.
● Project location (Village, District, Country) Balintuma Road Mengo, Kampala Uganda
● Project dates (Start date, end date and status[is it on-going or complete]) Planning stage
● Project category (With respect to the 6 areas of focus)
Maternal and child health
Literacy and education,
Water and sanitation,
Economic and community development,
Kampala School for Physically Handicapped (KSPH) is a project of Uganda Spastics Society (an indigenous non-profit organization) that was founded in 1969. The founder members of the Society had children with Cerebral Palsy, and thus aimed at improving the quality of life and rehabilitation of the cerebral palsy children in Uganda.
It’s a boarding government aided school situated at Mengo, Balintuma Road about 4 kilometers from Kampala City. The founder members of the Society had children with Cerebral Palsy, and thus aimed at improving the quality of life and rehabilitation of the cerebral palsy children in Uganda.
|Organization:||Kampala School For the Physically Handicapped (KSPH)|
|Amount of Funding:||Ugx. 250,000,000 (USD. 67,568)|
|Project Name:||Student Dormitory Construction & Equipping at
|Location:||Mengo, Kampala District|
|Funded Facilities:||Boys & Girls Dormitory Construction, Procurement
of Furniture, Fixtures & Fittings (Beds, Cabins etc..)
|Project Managers:||The Rotary Club of Kampala 7Hills|
|Project Supervisors:||– Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA)
– KSPH Board of Trustees & Technical Team
Corporate organizations, Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Kampala City Council Authority(KCCA), Ministry of Education, Local Government, Individuals.