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The Project for Improvement of Primary Schools’ Facilities

in Kaliro District



Kaliro District Local Government

Amount of funding

US $ 90,442


Mr. Gahafu G. Peter,  Chief Administrative Officer

Name of the project

The Project for Improvement of Primary Schools’ Facilities in Kaliro District

Location of the project

Bwayuya Primary School and Busambeku Primary School 

Items that were funded

Construction of classroom blocks, latrine blocks, provision of school furniture and water tanks

Date of grant signing

2nd February 2010

Date of commissioning

04 May 2011


Kaliro district has 89 government-aided primary schools with 51,155 pupils, but the number of students per classroom on average is 93, which is much higher than the national average of 72. Despite the inadequate infrastructure in the district, the UPE policy has led to an increment in students’ number in most of the schools that improvement of educational facilities has been the most urgent need in the region. Through this project, two schools in the district received a four classroom block, five-stance latrines block for students, two-stance latrine block for teachers, water harvesting tank and furniture of students and teachers, benefiting over 700 pupils and 800 other children in the region.


2. Handing Over Ceremony

Deputy Ambassador Junji Yamazaki attended the handing over ceremony at Bwayuya Primary School, Kaliro District, 4th May 2011.

Press Release

opening of the plaque   inspection of the school
Opening of the Plaque   Inspecting of the School
dancing by the students   memorial photo
Dancing by the students   Memorial Photo