Video by Danny Rotshtein –
Featuring music by lemonmusicstudio and Music_for_video from Pixabay and drawings by brgfx on Freepik

In every modern society, education is believed to be the key to national development.
pre-primary education is widely recognized as a critical period in children’s physical, mental
and psycho-social development.
In Uganda, children early learning is too often neglected, putting millions of children at a disadvantage before they even start school. 
Access to pre-primary education remains limited, particularly in rural and remote areas. The lack of infrastructure, long distances to schools, and financial constraints hinder parents’ ability to enroll their children in early childhood education programs.
Nazareth is a joint initiative between Brit Olam– International Volunteering and Development and Nagenda International for Art and Design (NIAAD) in Uganda as part of their commitment and willingness to attend to the needs of the wider community of the village of Namulanda in Uganda.
The Nazareth kindergarten educates over 70 children between the ages of 3-6 each year. The kindergarten, which is managed by local staff and supported by volunteers, serves as a source of education, and enriches the children’s development. It also provides the children with adequate nourishment and scholarships to continue their education in primary school, thus giving them a foundation for a better future and an alternative to wandering the streets or risking their lives while accompanying their parents to work in the local quarry.
Every child deserves a chance for education.
Help us to give them the basic right of Education!