School Overview

Good Care Children Ministry is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) registered by the Government of Uganda and it has a certificate which grants permission for activities it carries out in Uganda.

Good Care Children Ministry is a Ministry looking after HIV infected and needy children.


  1. To support on social-economic and spiritual activities for children in Uganda.
  2. To promote education and health of the vulnerable communities.
  3. To fight HIV / AIDS and support OVC Activities.
  4. To establish self sustaining projects to benefit the vulnerable people.
  5. To promote agriculture development in communities.

VISION: Qualitative life for the children’s households in the community.

GOAL: To increase on the number of activities related to the development of the vulnerable communities in the targeted districts of Uganda.

School:  Mityana township secondary school

The Mityana township secondary school is a mixed day and boarding O and A Level Secondary School, Licensed and Registered by the Ministry of Education and Sports . Centre No. U2421.

School Vision: To be the leading provider of quality education in Uganda and the East Africa.

Mission: To provide quality and affordable education to all students.

School Objectives

  • to emphasize discipline of students and staff at all times.
  • to promote school standards by use of performance measures.
  • to promote morals and good values amongst students.
  • to promote interpersonal relations among the stakeholders.
  • to establish a team of highly motivated staff for efficiency and effectiveness.

School Pilot Overview

This cluster of schools will be our first implementation using the Digital Learning Hub approach.

In the first implementation phase, we are planning two types of pilot projects: one designed for larger schools that can support their own computer lab(s). The second, more suitable for rural locations, will include a fixed building that will be shared by and meet the needs of multiple village schools. Time in this building will be scheduled and split between schools that share it, and the lab’s resources can be opened for community use when the schools are not using it.

This approach involves building a separate building that is in an equally convenient location for all schools sharing it.  It will contain a computer lab, an equipment room, a storage closet and a small office area that can be used for student counseling.

For more information on this type of pilot, see:  Digital Learning Hub – Details

A View from Around the School