Ours is a story of Hope ...

A school that takes the sting out of what society calls Disabled.

Kampala School for Physically Handicapped started in 1969, as a project by the Uganda Spastics Society (an indigenous non-profit making organization). The founder members of the Society had children with Cerebral Palsy, and thus aimed at improving the quality of life and rehabilitation of children with the affliction.

Sitting on about 5.5 aches, Kampala School for the Physically Handicapped is the only one of its kind in Uganda, combining Education, Rehabilitation and Vocational skill training to children with various disabilities aging from 6 – 21 years. With a population of 186 pupils and 42 teaching staff it is supported by a wide range of volunteers.

Endowed with a gleeful atmosphere, these amazing children tell the story.

a word from the alumni