Students raise money for victim of Ugandan tyrant Joseph Kony

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CARING students from Donington Cowley High School organised a special fundraiser in aid of children in Uganda – including victims of tyrant Joseph Kony.

The three 10F class pupils Adam Clarke, Reanna Cooke and Lewis Coles organised a non-uniform day to raise £529.76.

This was sent to the Schools for Schools charity which supports the building of schools in Uganda.

The day was also held as part of Invisible Children Awareness Day – a charity which promotes awareness about the crimes of Joseph Kony, the leader of Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda. Kony is on the international crimes list for crimes against humanity.

It is estimated that over the last 20 years, he has been responsible for forcing more than 65,000 children to become child soldiers.