|Covid-19 and Revival Schools
The numbers of COVID 19 cases in Uganda are increasing but reported cases still remain low compared with Europe, and the government is being very cautious about easing lockdown restrictions, which is very understandable.
Currently all schools and universities remain closed, with the plan for a phased return.
Since lockdown was first put in place in March your ongoing support has enabled Ivan and Allen to achieve many things.
- They have been able to retain the majority of the Revival Centre staff, albeit it on reduced salaries.
- The Revival Centre was able to participate in the inter-faith humanitarian relief effort providing maize and poshu beans to starving families in Matugga.
- Extensive work has been carried out within the schools, dormitories and clinic in order to comply with the government Covid guidelines ready for re-opening.
- They have continued to share their home with a small number of champions who have no safe home to go to.
None of these would have been possible without your continuing gifts via The Partnership Trust and the many extra donations we have received – thank you so much.
We have no indication as yet when our Further Education students can return to University, but we have been able to successfully register our two new champions for their respective courses, Denis who is to study Electrical Engineering and Fisal who is to study Industrial Chemistry.