Nevertheless, some of the youths remained. Some are practicing hairstyling skills on each other. I was told it takes 3 hours to do this one. Yet when I asked them whether it is hard to do this, they giggled and said “no”.
Three students cooked our lunch.
Some were preparing for a public examination in Accounting.
Some were taking a test on basic Computing Science. How can you study computer science with 18 ancient computers for 1,000 students? Much is done “in theory”, I suppose.
It is an enormous task educating the youth in Uganda. But there is no other choice. Not investing in it would be suicidal. For AEE Uganda, this is the "deed" part of their mission - to serve in both word and deed.