Choices

Kisoboka provides families and students living in the Village of Bakka with choices.Parents can choose to send their children to school for an education.Students can choose to stay in school to fulfil a dream or not but doors and opportunities are available to them to make choices to pursue careers, and many educational options they never had before. While the …

A thank you note fromĀ  Rebecca

Rebecca,  Advanced Level High School Graduate 2020.I come from a family of 8 members, our parents (subsistence farmers) could not afford school fees for all 6 children. Kisoboka started sponsoring me while I was still in primary level up to now when I have completed my Advanced Level High School.Life in my village is very hard especially for young girls …

A Village Saint – Paul Gihana Kaliisa

NANSUBUGA HADIJJA Hadijja is a grandmom aged 55 living in Busawuuli, she mostly coordinates parents of Busawuuli to Kisoboka schools.She was married to her late husband Katamba Siraj, he died when their last born Fatawa Mukwaba was 5 years old. Hadijja has raised her biological children as a single mother and this has been so hard.More to that, her husband …

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“Whose Daughter Am I?” – Kalibbala Hope

Whose Daughter Am I? A drama, inspired by real-life events. Girls in Uganda are being married off at a young age. A young girl with budding breasts means the higher the bride price is for the family. Hope Kalibbala overwhelmed by the frequency this is happening in Bakka Uganda wants to raise awareness of this problem facing girls in 2020. …