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British Airways’ Loving Hand For The Needy In Uganda

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This annual event comprised parents, teachers and friends of ISU who have committed to support the school scholarship fund which provides pre-university education of an international standard for socially and economically disadvantaged Ugandan students aged 16-18 years, usually orphaned or otherwise lacking adequate parental support.


The three-year and a quarter scholarship is estimated to be $12,000 per student and enables them to obtain an IB Diploma to pursue University education.


The qualifying students are required to have attained grade one results at the Uganda Certificate of Secondary Education (O-level).


Recently, Chimp Corps reported that the bond between British Airways and Sanyu Babies Home in Kampala had grown over the years.


The orphaned and abandoned children are assured of an annual donation of clothes, books, shoes, feeding bottles, medicines, soap, among others.


This gesture is part of BA’s Corporate Social Initiative and has been supported over the years by both BA Uganda and BA United Kingdom.


“Children are brought in this home hanging on for dear life but miraculously survive,” said UK British Airways’ Annette Matthews who is volunteering at the Home for a week as part of her holiday in Uganda.


“It is for this reason we have held Sanyu Babies home dear to British Airways’ heart to give them a sense of belonging, access to basic needs , an experience of a normal childhood and build and invest in the future of Uganda.”


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