Kamwenge Secondary & Vocational School
Graduates Scholarship Fund

grads (2)A donation to PIM’s  Graduates’ Scholarship Fund will help KSVS Graduates attend university or continuing vocational training.

Kamwenge Secondary and Vocational School opened its doors in February 2007, serving the community of Kamwenge District of Uganda with just 14 students. Our vision is to provide a transforming presence in this community made up of small villages inhabited by indigenous subsistence farmers.

As our students prosper and graduate from KSVS, some students will go on to further their education at University or Vocational training . With typical costs for additional education being from $1,000 to $3,000 annually for two to three year programs some graduates need additional financial support to complete their University degrees.

In order to address this growing need, we are building a Scholarship Fund providing assistance for our graduates’ higher education. Click here to help us build this fund to create doctors, teachers, engineers, counselors, construction managers, and many other professionals that will further community growth in Kamwenge Uganda.