Helping UGanda Educate

Welcome to the HUGE Partnership

HUGE, which stands for Helping UGanda Educate, has been set up to make a difference to children in Uganda. It specifically provides financial and resource support to the Nabugabo Community Learning Centre, a primary school set up solely to provide free education and support to vulnerable and disadvantaged children, who would otherwise not be able to attend school.

The Nabugabo Community Learning Centre

HUGE has supported NCLC since it opened its doors in 2012. The school now has 125 children and 13 staff. It is located in South West Uganda, in a rural and very poor area approximately 20kms from the nearest town of Masaka and 150kms south west of Kampala.

Children in School singing

The Further Education Fund

HUGE has setup a fund to support the children after NCLC and help them progress to secondary school or vocational training.

The Social Purpose of HUGE

The social purpose of HUGE is to provide vulnerable and disadvantaged children with an education through high quality teaching in a dynamic, caring and safe environment. The long-term aim of HUGE is to support the children of NCLC on their educational journey and to enable them to realise their ambitions. Above all, the welfare of the child is paramount.

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OCTOBER 2020 - Exciting News!

We are delighted to inform you that Term 2 has finally started at Nabugabo Community Learning Centre. A cautious star...

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News from the Lakeshore - September 2020

Since our last Newsletter in April, schools across Uganda have remained closed as the country implements one of the s...

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Ed and Rory cycle for HUGE!

On the 5th - 7th August, Ed Batten and Rory Hogan will be cycling from Pangbourne to Padstow for The HUGE Partnershi...

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July Update - NCLC and Nabugabo

It is now over 14 weeks since Uganda implemented one of the strictest lockdowns in Africa to curb the pandemic and, t...

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June 2020 - NCLC and Nabugabo Update

Uganda has been in lockdown since the 18th March and, as a consequence, all schools including NCLC have been shut and...

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April 2020 - Support needed more than ever!

With many children and teachers starting the Summer term in their new virtual classrooms, we think of children and te...