Latest News

Construction of a teacher´s house

October 2021

Decision of the general assembly from 2nd and 3rd October 2021 in Darmstadt:      Amasiko e.V. supports the construction of a teacher´s house  with accomodation for 10 teachers. We want to continue to bind qualified staff to this rural area in the long term.

Covid 19 situation in Hamukaka

August 2021

Technical director and local chief of Hamukaka village, Frank Akankwasa, informs, that currently no resident of the village has been diagnosed with Covid 19 or has died so far. However, only two residents of the community have been vaccinated yet. All schools in Uganda are still closed.

Covid 19 increased rapidly

28.06.2021

Technical director Frank Akankwasa informs, that there are many deaths of Covid 19 in the district’s capital city Kabale. The municipalities are very concerned. There is a strict lockdown.

Amasiko Greenschool closed for Covid-19

09.06.2021

As of Sunday evening, 06.06.2021, 20:00, schools in Uganda have been closed for 42 days due to Covid-19. All children are now at home. From 10 June, there will be no more bus movements and people will not be allowed to leave their districts.

Registration of the school

30.03.2021

Amasiko Greenschool has now been officially accredited by the Ugandan education authority. The official certificate is now on the table!
For more information see under Projects 2021

More news from the school

11.03.2021

The 6th class was allowed to start classes again on 01 March.

News from the school

26.02.2021

The registration of the school by the state education authority is largely completed and now everyone is waiting for the school to open to all school students.


The aid has arrived!

22.12.2020

With the assistance of the Technical Director, 10 kg of beans and 10 kg of maize flour are distributed to the parents of the students. The rush shows how much the parents have been waiting for it.


A further call for help from Uganda

06.12.2020

The restrictions caused by Corona also hit our community Hamukaka hard, even though the direct infection rates are relatively low. On 6 December 2020, we received a call for help from the school’s technical director asking for further food support (see 2020 projects). Most parents and their children have been at home since March, regular school meals are missing and the food situation is becoming more difficult and expensive.
The sum of 2,500 € has been transferred and the aid is starting.
This money will be used to buy basic foodstuffs and distribute them to the parents of the school children under the leadership of Frank Akankwasa.

Thank you to all who make this support possible!