|Suubi Coffee Project|
|Suubi Piggery Project|
|Music, Dance & Drama|
|Sports for Development|
|Organic Garden Project|
By assisting each of our partner schools to develop organic garden projects on their school site, Suubi Centre promotes up to date agricultural practices. We educate both students and teachers on the latest farming methods which will give them new skills to farm the land in a productive, yet sustainable way. Initially we provide each school with garden tools and a water tank, then we follow this up with ongoing trainings and workshop across many agricultural areas.
Omoding Pivot Primary School children proudly show of some of the garden tools they received.
Some of Busuubi Primary school students and teachers thank Ssemwogerere David (Suubi director) for the tank they received.
As Uganda's economy is largely dependent on agriculture this is one of the subjects taught in Uganda, but it's rarely practically demonstrated. We believe our school garden project is a sustainable, long term way to educate the wider community on modern agricultural practises. The school gardens also help address problems created after the introduction of Universal Primary Education in (UPE). With so called 'free education' Uganda has witnessed large increases in student enrolment in many government and private schools however many students can not afford lunches so they can not perform well in class because they are hungry. The schools gardens are now growing fruits and vegetables which can provide meals at school.
Gardens at many of our partner schools are now flourishing.