CFSU PROJECT SCHOOLS CELEBRATE WORLD LITERACY DAY 2012
Rubona primary school was the center of activity as Computers for Schools Uganda’s project schools celebrated the annual world literacy day which is commemorated on 8th, September every year. The day, whose theme was the need for peace and literacy among school going children around the world, started at 9:00am with the singing of the national and Tooro anthems.
Ms. Lydia Kamba, the Education Programmatic Program officer CFSU, explained the years’ theme of literacy and peace, also went ahead to explain and guide pupils and teachers about the rights of the school going children. The event was graced by one of the District Education Officials in charge of the children’s special needs Ms. Harriet Angwena as the guest speaker.
Ms. Harriet Angwena addressing teachers and pupils in Rubona p/s on World Literacy Day 2012
Speaking at the celebrations, the guest speaker emphasized the observation of the rights for a peaceful environment for the girl child and highlighted the importance of having a literate country. She also went on to commend CFSU for the support it has given the district on such an occasion.