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Progress on the “Floating Classroom”—Boats are Painted

Posted: Sun, May 14, 2017 | By: Kahendero Humanist School

by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

Painting works on the floating classroom boat is complete and right now we are working on putting the roof on the boat.

The Moss Family sign has been put on one side while Bob Pellissier sign has been put on the other side. The signs on this boat denotes donors who contributed much to this initiative and its a sign of recognition.

I thank all the donors who chipped in to this cause.

This boat will be used for tourism purposes and students on tour of the waters, academicians on research about aquatics and its biodiversity or those who want to enjoy the Lake George and Lake Edward waters will find this boat exciting.

On a related note the Ana Sanchez Boat is doing favorably in fishing and is generating some shillings and fish as a whole.

Attached are some of the images.

With Science, we can progress.


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