Kelele Africa’s work in health and gender equality
Kelele Africa is a non-profit organization established in 2011. It runs various projects on education, health and gender equality in communities of Kasenda and Kimya in Uganda.
The organization started with the construction of a fully equipped sewing workshop led by a teacher. As a result of this effort, almost 100 women received professional training to date. At the request of the Kasenda Community, Kelele Africa built a delivery “St Francis Xavier Health Centre”, providing women with a safe place to give birth while being attended by professional staff.
Kelele Africa’s work in education
Understanding the importance of education, Kelele Africa began helping a school in the area and eventually built its own multifunctional eco-school called “KUMWENYA SCHOOL”. Since 2015 the school includes two Spanish teachers that train and supervise local teachers throughout the school year.