The school has 550 students with 8 teachers, 2 female and 6 male. On 30 August 2016 at 10 am to 12 pm, Ousia was supported by the Kitabu-buk Project donation vent. Kitabu donated 217 textbooks in total and 763 scholastic materials including 500 pens from Coco Mat.
The function was graced with the presence of the Kitabu-Buk project staff, Brownie Ebal, the Executive director, Ameso Angela, the deputy Executive Director and Sarah Zawedde, a volunteer with the organisation.
The guest of Honour was Reverend James Edoki, the Parish priest. The Chairman Parents Teachers Association, Mr. Oboi Joseph also graced the event. The donation was received by the Head Teacher, Miss Aguti Florence who thanked the project for selecting Ousia Primary School as its 12th beneficiary.
The pupils were also engaged in a career guidance and advocacy talk to encourage them stay in school. Some of the challenges raised by the students and teachers included; no accommodation for the teachers as they live in grass thatched houses no library in the school, therefore they have just a few book shelves and lack desks for the children to write in school. The students were also asked on why education is important to them. Some of the students stated that it is important so that they can get enrolled at the University, to get knowledge,
To learn and to enable them achieve their future goals. For Agono Helen, education is important because it teaches her good morals. Various pupils highlighted on what they wanted to be in future in regards to being a teacher, nurse and a police man.
The children were encouraged to reach their goals by reading and avoiding bad peer groups, they were also further encouraged to work hard in class and find mentors to help them attain their success. The children expressed their gratitude to Kitabu–Buk project for the books donated that would solve their problem of lack of books and sanitary pads that will enable girls to stay in school.
The Guest of Honour, Reverend James Edoki remarked;
“Special thanks to the Kitabu team, PTA, staff and the pupils who have come today. I thank the youth for trying to lift the standards of the country with the support of the variety of items. We hope God can bless the organisation so that it continues to give more support to more schools and comes back to meet us again.”
The Reverend then gave a closing prayer to officially end the event.