Uganda is a republic in East Africa. It has a land mass of 241,038km2 and a population of 34,758,809 inhabitants. The official languages of the country are English and Swahili and the capital city is Kampala.
Inter Campus Uganda was established in 2008 with the help of local CUAMM (Doctors with Africa) hospitals in order to raise literacy levels and increase access to healthcare for marginalised children. The project is based in the Nagallama and Aber schools and also includes the sporting and educational training of local instructors.
Through sport, children in the surrounding rural areas are brought closer to school and health infrastructure. This allows for better monitoring and thus treatment for and protection from common illnesses connected to contaminated water, which is the principal cause of infant mortality in the country.
22.06.2015 / 05.38
FOOTAGE FROM THE INTER CAMPUS UGANDA TRIP
All smiles from the boys and girls as they learn to play football together
24.04.2015 / 12.12
Inter Campus: journey to Uganda
Get the lowdown on the Inter Campus delegation’s recent visit to Aber and …
12.10.2013 / 10.48
INTER CAMPUS UGANDA: NAGALAMA COACHES MAKE PROGRESS AND KIDS SHOW ENTHUSIASM
Strengthening ties with St. Joseph School, a union which began in 2008