Our library on lake Bunyonyi is located at the most beautiful lake in Uganda. The transport to and from the communities surrounding our library are done by boat or canoe which also makes this library special. We started building this library in January 2019 and we hope it will encourage the youth and children to read and attend school despite the challenges caused by the location of the communities.
Lake Bunyonyi Eco-Village is an organization registered with the government of Uganda. It is supporting 82 orphans in this Community by giving them access to education, basic food supply, and hygiene material (e.g. sanitary pads, soap, tooth brushes, tooth paste). In this village, there is a library and the building is located in Kaguugo Village (Kitooma Parish, Rubaya Sub-County, Kabale District), on the shores of Lake Bunyonyi in Uganda. It lies in the country side, easily accessible for all of the Community by foot and canoe or boat. The Library is expected to assist a population size of not less than 4000 people. five primary schools, two secondary schools within the community will greatly benefits from the library. One of the executives of the eco-village, Kato Isaac says the library will help in the following sectors of the village; agriculture, health, language development, just to mention a few.