St. Peter’s Secondary School in Bombo Kalule
The story of "our" school sounds like an African fairy tale. The mother of school founder Ronald Mulondo died early and left her children destitute. As a 20-year old, Ronald took over the role as patriarch and provider of his family and siblings.
Thanks to a supporter from Germany, he was able to complete his studies. He took part in a radio quiz and, indeed, he won the first prize: a patch of land that he wanted to use to build a school. He started to build the school in 2010. Far more than half of the 360 students are orphans who are unable to pay school fees.
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