Just south of the Equator, close to the shores of Lake Victoria, Lukaya is a bustling trading center with many guesthouses and small restaurants, a big Friday market, and rapid development.
Lukaya has been hard hit by HIV/AIDS. The result is an exceptional number of children and orphans. Many are living with single parents or grandmothers who struggle to care for them.Learn more about where we work
We’ve accomplished a lot since 2003
Students excel and thrive because of special programs, clubs, and facilities, but most of all because of loving care and excellent education. MSA has become the pride of Lukaya.
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All Mustard Seed students need some financial help. At least half of our scholars come from families that are so poor they cannot even afford notebooks.
You can join this life-changing mission for as little as $40 a month. Take a look at the scholars below who are waiting for a sponsor. You can make that difference for one of them or a schoolmate.
Peter is a bright, well-disciplined boy in S-2. He likes helping others, has a strong interest in ICT skills,…
Harunah is a good student in S-1. He stays with his single mother who tries to earn a living…
Maria is in S-2, and is among the best students. She is good in choir and netball. Her father…
Geofrey is among the best students in S-1. He was staying with his grandmother until last month when she…
Twaliha is in Primary-1. His parents separated, and he stays with his mother’s friend. ($40/mo or $480/year)
Rayham’s father was in a debilitating accident working in rice harvesting. With no workman’s compensation, the family is very…
Noeline is in first grade (P-1). Her father abandoned the family, and her mother tries to earn a living…