Buseesa Community Development Centre was founded in 2009 to start a microcredit program in Uganda. The organization has since expanded into healthcare and education. Since 2014, the school has grown from its initial two-classroom block with students in first and second grade to having 10 classrooms with 256 students, a latrine and a kitchen. As the enrollment has grown and the students become older, the school is in need of a second latrine, which would be exclusively for girls and female teachers, and which also has room for the young girl students to change. San Marino Rotary has provided funds for this project.

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