Sunday, 22nd November 2015 was a big day at Shared Blessings Junior School following the success of the partnership between the school at Kasangati Rotary Club which saw a number of high profile figures in Rotary attend, with the Guest of honour in the name of Rotarian Stephen Mwanje.
Mwanje who comes from Mukono district was impressed on seeing the development of the school more so with the push of Rotary Club of Kasangati. The three classroom block is at the stage of roofing.
The school is under Children Safe Uganda an NGO. It was encouraging to see the level to which children in a school that was started in 2013 are at. The function also had the graduation ceremony of Children who are leaving the Nursery school section to Primary one.
To listen to the children on stage, one could easily see that the children had gained from the school development. A part from compositions that had good message to the parents, children were involved in reading news, debating and drama, all of which were reflective of how development can enhance the welfare within a community.
I cannot underscore the role of Herbert Kiwalabye in the community development initiative in the area on behalf of Children Safe Uganda.