Be part of something big!
When you sponsor a school, you don’t just help the children in one school, but in all the schools in the district. That’s hundreds, sometimes thousands, of children every year.
We know from 20 years’ experience that no school is an island. To make lasting improvements in the quality of education in individual schools, change must involve the headteachers, teachers, parents, local community, district education offices and ultimately the national policy makers that surround and support each school.
School Sponsors play an invaluable part in making this a success. Your donations give us the freedom to be creative, come up with innovative solutions and demonstrate them with our school, community and district partners.
When we find something that works, we collaborate with government to scale this up to all the schools in a district, so we impact on the whole district rather than creating islands of excellence. This approach means that we can achieve systemic change with interventions that are proven to make a difference.
Because we share our knowledge with government, this work can and does lead to changes in national policy that can reach every school child in the country.
As a sponsor you will receive a detailed profile of a real school that Link is working with and updates on Link’s work and the state of education in the district so that you can see the changes that you are helping to bring.
Sponsor a school
Madzumbi Primary School
Founded in 1950, the school’s development priorities are to recruit auxiliary teachers, purchase teaching, learning and assessment resources, renovate school buildings and conduct training for teachers and school committees.
Kisansya Primary School
Kisansya Primary School is located in Buliisa District in western Uganda. It was founded in 1923 and its vision is to create an environment where quality education benefits all citizens of Uganda.
Kisiabi Primary School
Kisiabi Primary School was founded in 1953. Its vision is to enable every child to perform well in academic studies, to be disciplined and to complete the Primary Education cycle.
Chipalukwa Primary School
Chipalukwa Primary School was founded in 1951 in Dedza. Its school improvement priorities are to: reduce the drop-out rate, conduct training for the teachers, and purchase books.
Gara Goda Elementary School
Gara Goda school is located in the Bolosso Sore district in the south west of Ethiopia. The school was founded in 1973. Community members and teachers hope that the school will continue to grow and help to develop the community.
Anchucho Elementary School
The school was established in rural Wolaita Zone in 1962. Its vision is to improve students’ results, change the behaviour of students and improve community participation.
Shayamba Kilena Elementary School
Founded in 1977, the school’s vision is to produce high performing students, with good manners, to produce a safe school environment conducive to learning and to promote high community participation.
Chikololere Primary School
Chikololere was founded in 1947 and aims to promote education for all. In 2016 the school's priorities are to have effective teaching and learning approaches, a healthy school environment, and sufficient assessment resources.
Dzenza Primary School
Dzenza Primary School was founded in 1942. Its vision is that by the year 2020 half of all graduates will be selected to attend secondary school. In 2015 the school was the best in Mathematics in Dedza district.
Gbeogo School for the Deaf
Gbeogo’s vision is to become a first class academic and vocational institution to produce high quality deaf graduates, well equipped with employable skills to fit into the world of work.
Awaradone Primary School
The school improvement priorities are to train teachers, make teaching resources from locally available materials, and institute an award scheme to recognise achievement and encourage teachers and pupils to work hard.
Ndakunyala Primary School
Ndakunyala Primary School was founded in 2000. Its vision is to produce sound, moral and productive citizens by 2018.