Child Africa Jr. Schools were built and developed by Child Africa Organisation under the leadership of the one Julie Solberg and Chairmanship of Rino Solberg among other leaders with full ability to work in a team to obtain the main goal.
Child Africa is a non-profit organization, since 1991 dedicated to help disadvantaged children in East Africa to enhance their lives through education. With support from sponsor parents we help hundreds of children in Uganda, Africa, with food, clothing, medicine, education and sometimes even homes.Download Application Form
With support from sponsor parents around the world, we hope we will help many thousands of children in the years to come.
Child Africa Organisation has managed to build and manage three (3) schools, 2 of which are primary schools (Child Africa Jr. schools ( Equator and Kabale) and one secondary school. (Solberg College)
To guide, encourage and inspire the children of Africa to become champions of integrity in order to eradicate poverty.
To help millions of children get quality education and teach “Honesty and Integrity” as a tool to fight poverty and corruption.
We make a difference
Our Curriculum is based on the Uganda Primary school curriculum and it features a strong emphasis on experiential education in all classes.
Child Africa Jr. Schools is inter-denominational, thus pupils worship the Almighty God according to their religious affiliations declared by their parents on admission. Prayers and worship is compulsory in school that is to say; Muslims attend Juma Prayers every Friday, while Christians follow suit on Sunday in their respective Churches between 10:00am and noon.
Child Africa Junior Schools were founded by Julie Solberg under the chairmanship of the one Rino Solberg and are with the help of respective Head Teachers, the schools are Amicably run and managed.
At Child Africa Jr. schools, we follow the national carriculum that is established and renounced by UNEB ( Uganda National Examiniation Board ). However, In Uganda, it is only at Child Africa Jr. Schools that Honesty and Integrity are taught besides Craft work. Honesty and Integrity is a course aimed at changing the mindset of Children against Corruption and Craft works is a subject that enables children discover their ability besides books.
Honesty and Integrity is taught through a movement called Bingwa. Bingwa is a movement that aims at fighting corruption by instilling NO CORRUPTION mindset in the young Generation so as to attain a corruption free tomorrow.Read About Bingwa
Child Africa Jr. School partners with quite a variety of Companies and Organisations which have the same mindset and Goals.