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Change the life of another and enrich your own in the process. Sponsoring a student at Mungere Secondary School is a personal and rewarding experience, connecting people from around the world with girls and boys in Mungere Village, broadening their perspective and making a difference.
 
Build a unique friendship by exchanging letters, pictures, schoolwork and artwork, and sharing stories about each other's lives and cultures. As a Sponsor, you are always welcome to visit Mungere Secondary School, meet your student, and gain insight into a rich and distinct culture. Sponsors contribute $1,500 annually ($125/month) to fund everything students need to attend Mungere Secondary School and perform to the best of their abilities:
 
    • a quality education with certified, experienced teachers    • two nutritious meals daily and safe drinking water
    • sufficient school supplies and a school uniform                 • health care and first-aid
    • participation in extra-curricular activities, including
       athletics, field trips and lifeskills workshops
       
Monthly
Annual
Click on the pictures below to learn about our students.
Sponsorship Information Packet
             

Age: 14
Wants to become:
  A DOCTOR

Age: 14
Wants to become:
  A NURSE

Age: 15
Wants to become:
  A TEACHER


Age: 13
Wants to become:
  A NURSE


Age: 16
Wants to become:
  A TEACHER


Age: 17
Wants to become:
  A TOUR GUIDE


Age: 16
Wants to become:
  A DOCTOR


Age: 14
Wants to become:
  A PILOT


Age: 15
Wants to become:
  A PILOT


Age: 12
Wants to become:
  A TEACHER
 

Age: 14
Wants to become:
  A SCIENTIST


Age: 13
Wants to become:
  A DOCTOR

Age: 15
Wants to become:
  A SCIENTIST

Age: 16
Wants to become:
  A TEACHER
 
   

What our Student Sponsors are saying:
 
"We are so proud of our sponsored student, Ashura. Because of the hard work of Red Sweater Project, The Mungere School is available to many more students just like her." - Don & Jessie A.
For more information, contact us at sponsorship@redsweaterproject.org or (503) 956-9390.