Changes take place very fast at Urukundo Village.
Trying to keep up with new government regulations can be stressful.
Removing our sewing school from its present location on the main road into the campus was such a challenge. The move had to be made in three days.
The new location was not ready as the funding and building were mainly in the talking stage. Only the retaining wall is in place at the projected location for the sewing school classrooms.
The only house large enough for the transition was the present home for boys.
Due to government regulations moving children into foster families, the number of boys in the home has been and will continue to be reduced. Moving the boys to a smaller dwelling took place very quickly.
Proximity to former boys house on the left and sports fields above.
It is a good house, and the boys love the new house.