One of the first places our customers and ambassadors visited in Uganda was the school at the Equator. The construction of the school began in 2009 and is today run by the charity organization (NGO) Child Africa, which has close cooperation with Better Globe.

An exciting detail on the school forms is the curve-shaped yellow symbol, which represents that life goes up and down, but if you make an effort over time, it will always go up again.

Anna, daughter of one of our customers, with the children from Child Africa's schools at the equator. 180703
Anna, daughter of one of our customers, with the children from Child Africa’s schools at the equator. 180703
One of our customers, Einar, receives a gift in form of a cuddly hen, from his sponsor child's mother. 180703
One of our customers, Einar, receives a gift in form of a cuddly hen, from his sponsor child’s mother. 180703
On the way to school everyone walked in procession. 180703
On the way to school everyone walked in procession. 180703
The youngest children are singing for the guests, 180703
The youngest children are singing for the guests, 180703
On the way to the school by the equator
On the way to the school by the equator
Johan from Stockholm with the children from the Equator-school.
Johan from Stockholm with the children from the Equator-school.
Malin and Elisabeth are standing right on the equator, literally.
Malin and Elisabeth are standing right on the equator, literally.

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