when someone signs up with your feed your friends code,
you can choose to donate £1 to charity - here’s where it goes...
about the school
Our school of farming is based in Kabubbu, a village in the heart of rural Uganda.
Students are taught how to grow, maintain and then harvest fruit from their own trees. Graduates are then given support by Mr. Augustine Napagi (the head teacher) throughout their first few years of farming to make sure their orchards grow as much fruit as possible.
The amazing thing about the school is that it provides our graduates with a sustainable source of income. Each student is given the means to grow food for themselves, their families and to sell at local markets.
Every penny donated to the school is spent on the ground in Uganda so it’s well worth donating your feed your friends rewards.
roll of honour
|Student||Year of Graduation|
|Mary Jenniffer Bwiza||2010|
how the money is spent
Stage four – community wide education in better farming techniques
local community agricultural trainers running courses for 144 subsistence farmers.
|12 courses for 144 subsistence farmers (with 26 sessions each)||£5,406|
Stage three – expert tuition for 12 local community agricultural trainers
course for trainers on how to teach new improved farming techniques to local subsistence farmers.
|26 sessions with expert on new farming techniques for all 12 local community agricultural trainers||£4,210|
|gardening tools, equipment and seeds for all trainers||£360|
|ongoing support for local community agricultural trainers (over 3 years)||£2,364|
Stage two – harvesting rain water
installing water tanks to provide year round water for school of farming projects.
|6 x 10,000 litre water harvesting tanks (including installation, concrete platform, gutters, down pipes, link pipes, taps and hose to the plants)||£6,000|
Stage one – fruit orchard project
showing our students how to grow fruit trees and then helping them start their own orchards.
|5 classes of 10 students (6 week course)||£655|
|12 fruit trees for each student||£950|
|Gardening tools, natural fertilisers and insecticides each student||£500|
|Ongoing support for the students and help with orchards as the trees grow to producing maturity (over 3 years)||£2,304|
|Plough (for the use of the school and its students)||£500|
|Trailer (for the use of the school and its students)||£666|
|50 trees for a local school to provide fruit for children's breakfasts||£200|
so it's worth donating your
feed your friends rewards.