February has been largely an academic month with children reporting to various schools. The children are fine and God is doing wonderful work in the lives of these children. They are growing day by day and the staff is doing their best to nurture them into responsible citizens in the future.
The summary of the LCH children attending Lulwanda Primary School as up to February 28, 2017 is below;
|SUB – TOTAL||21||10||31|
The month of February witnessed the opening of term 1 of 2017. This year we have 60 children in Secondary schools and we have a total of 6 schools where we have enrolled our children. They are Tororo Girls’ School; Nabumali High School; St. Paul’s College, Mbale; St. Mary’s College, Lugazi; Rainbow High School, Budaka; and Jinja College. We made some changes due to performance and discipline cases. For instance Carol Naula, Mike Wangota, Doreen Namasaba were not allowed to go back to St. Pauls due to discipline related reasons while Sarah Nasike was meant to repeat S.3. Dison Junior Osangada and Racheal Nandudu who were formerly in Makhai we transferred them to a new school called Rainbow High School-Budaka which is near Mbale but with very good academic standards. Below are the details of who is where and which class.
AT TORORO GIRL’S SCHOOL here we have 10 girls as seen below:
|S/N||NAMES OF STUDENTS||CLASS||TUITION|
|05.||SARAH FATUMA NAMUBYA||S.2||661,600|
|09.||EGULANSI NADONGO GRACE||S.1||992,700|
At NABUMALI HIGH SCHOOL, we have 8 students:
|02.||DEEZI ANDREW OCHIENG||S.4|
|08.||FLORENCE PROSSY NAALI||S.2|
At ST. PAUL’S COLLEGE, MBALE we have 12:
|03.||PEACE DOREEN AYOMBE||S.4|
|09.||JOEL (WILLY) WAMONO||S.1|
|10.||ROSE SEFULOZA NAULA||S.1|
At ST. MARY’S COLLEGE, LUGAZI, we have 14 children.
|13.||SEDDU WYCLIFF TAMBAKI||S.2|
At Rainbow High School- Budaka which is a new school, we have 14 children: This is one of the cheapest schools because Ryan can go there to handle medical issues just like he does with St. Paul’s College and Nabumali High School (instead of incurring transport and medical clinic expenses).
|02.||DISON JUNIOR OSANGADA||S.4||140,000||168,000||450,000||758,000|
|03.||MARY GORRETTI NALUMANSI||S.4||140,000||153,000||450,000||743,000|
|04.||FAITH GRACE NAMBUYA||S.4||140,000||153,000||450,000||743,000|
|10.||RACHAEL MALIZA NANDUDU||S.3||153,000||435,000||588,000|
|11.||KAMADI AYUBU GIZAMBALI||S.2||168,000||423,000||591,000|
|12.||JACKLINE PHOEBE NGWABE||S.1||5,000||153,000||425,000||583,000|
At Jinja College, we have two boys who were formerly in St. Mary’s College, Lugazi. These are David Lucky Mudali and David Peter Yeko.
|01.||DAVID LUCKY MUDALI||S.5||238,000||397,500||694,000||1,329,500|
|02.||DAVID PETER YEKO||S.5||238,000||397,500||694,000||1,329,500|
Away from secondary schools, join me to praise God for Ryan Kelley. He successfully got his work permit for a two year period. There was lots of paperwork required, on-line applications not going through quickly but all in all, we thank God. For John Palmer his extension did not succeed but instead he has been advised to reapply. Please pray together with me that he gets his work permit as well very soon.
In the field of health and medical, I must say that Ryan is such an asset to the children and the staff. On daily basis he comes to Lulwanda to check how everyone is doing. He has given medicines after carrying out malaria tests, taken those with dental issues to the dentist, and supervised closely the Hepatitis B injections on all Secondary kids before they go back to school. He has driven to Rainbow High School, Nabumali and St. Paul’s College to take medicines and to work with the school nurses to monitor the administration of medicines. He is also helpful to the Lulwanda staff as well in case they have medical issues.
I would like to again thank our supporters and sponsors for the financial support and prayers. We are so grateful.
In His Name,
MUSAGALA SIMON PETER