Shadrach Lukwago is the founder and director of Goshen School in Luweero, Uganda with whom we have had a long association. He is also a pastor, coordinator for Christianity Explored in Uganda and Kiwoko Hospital pharmacist. He and his wife Nora also care for numerous orphans. I asked Shadrach how they are coping with the pandemic at Goshen School where they have over 800 children, 300 of whom are boarders.
He sent this reply,
“Here we are getting on some how. Schools were closed on 20th March. For 24 days now we are under lock down. This has made some how life difficult, as we have little we can do from home. But we have adjusted to a new life style. We have resorted to home schooling. In Uganda as of today We have 74 cases tested positive. 45 have recovered and discbarged. No death registered which we are grateful to God for. As of now we are not sure of what the future holds. We look to God.”
Last year I interviewed Shadrach about Goshen School
Read more about the Goshen School Library Appeal here
View more photos of our partnership with Goshen School here