From Kampala, we drove six hours out to the bush. After leaving extremely worn tarmacs, we followed cow paths for a while. We were lost. Eventually, we found a village called Kaleu that was not on the map. We discovered that the villagers had set up a make-shift school. This is a video about what I saw. I took GPS coordinates and promised to return one day to build a primary school for their children to study off the ground. There was a condition though. The boys had to agree to build a bench so that the girls could sit on benches and did not have to sit on the ground. They boys agreed.
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