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Thanks to our donors,
We have drilled 7 clean water wells in Uganda
Improving the lives of vulnerable children
We have developed an Arts-based curriculum for children with disabilities. To learn more about this innovative approach check out CPR4Classrooms.
Coming Soon: Curriculum to increase awareness of Gender Based Violence. This is an ARTS based curriculum designed for use in PRIMARY schools.
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Success! Thanks to all of our generous supporters, we raised enough funds to drill two clean water wells in Matata Village in Uganda!
VCAYA will be in Uganda in July 2019. One of our initiatives is to drill 2 more wells in the Teso Region.
Interested in joining one of our teams? Check out our blog for a closer look and contact us if you are interested in volunteering with us!
In July 2019 we will drill two more.
It costs $ 6,000 to drill a well that provides clean water to thousands! Contact us if you or your organization would like to sponsor a well or contribute to drilling one.
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Decades of experience in training teachers all over the world guide our approach to first understand the needs of the community and teaching conditions before designing our professional development sessions for teachers and administrators seeking information on effective practices for including children with disabilities into schools.
Our guiding principles embrace the belief that all children can learn and focus on a child's ability rather than disability. Everyone can contribute positively to society and is a valuable member of a community.
This is a parent group that formed in January 2014 beginning with eleven members who attended a clinic sponsored by a Grace Ann Geibel seed grant for parents of children with disabilities.
advocates for children with disabilities