Learn More About the Ik Tribe

Learn More About the Ik Tribe

FAMILY CARE UGANDA While some of you understand we are schooling extremely disadvantaged kids and young people, perhaps a little glimpse into the lives of the Ik in the remote mountains on the Uganda/Kenya border right near Sudan might make it clearer. These are the...
Our Ik Tribe Pupils and Students

Our Ik Tribe Pupils and Students

At the beginning of each Term holiday and at the end of the year, we rent a bus to take the 36 Ik Community young people back to their mountains, their culture and their unique language.

“Make Hay While the Sun Shines”

“Make Hay While the Sun Shines”

FAMILY CARE UGANDA “Make Hay While the Sun Shines” 12 July 2017 At this time of year, February, we are able to buy maize/corn and beans at the best time of the whole year. We had our own harvest and it has been dried and bagged, and we did some significant buying from...
Our Secondary Student Work Force

Our Secondary Student Work Force

FAMILY CARE UGANDA Our Secondary Student Work Force Robin Yamaguchi 12 July 2017 We are now fully supporting 34 in their further studies after they leave our school. Many graduates, when their uncles see what great results they got in the National PLE exam, begin to...
Our Graduates Excelling in Secondary Schools

Our Graduates Excelling in Secondary Schools

FAMILY CARE UGANDA Our Graduates Excelling in Secondary Schools Robin Yamaguchi 6 March 2017 Since our school covers Primary/Elementary classes only, we bring in some of the most disadvantaged children, many of whom not only don’t speak English, but have almost zero...