Fremosa Primary School

Fremosa Primary School in Mugulu, Uganda was established in 2011 by members of the local community to educate their children. The school currently has 124 students and 8 teachers. COCO has started working with the school on a small scale in the hope that it will become our first Ugandan School for Life, ensuring sustainable access to education for the local children.

COCO has invested an initial £1,332 to develop girls’ composting toilets at the school. Previously the school had only three toilets for all students and staff, which were insufficient and led to an unhygienic environment. COCO is hoping to build a boys' composting toilet block on the site.

Donate now, or contact holly@coco.org.uk if you would like to fund the building of a toilet block at Fremosa Primary School.

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