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Who We Are?

Our concept: Help for self-help.

The Child Care Project e.V. is a charity organization founded in 2013 which focus on three areas: the Primary School, support for disabled children and a women’s initiative. The Child Care Project was founded with a small primary school in 2013 by Jimmy Godfrey Mpungu. He and his sister, Ester, had decided to continue the work of their grandmother, who had taken care of orphans and disadvantaged children in Uganda for more than 50 years.

Who We Are?

We support children and their families with free basic health care, education, clothing, and meals as well as helping single mothers and children with handicaps. Most of our work is carried out by volunteers.

School

In 2013, the Child Care Project founded a pre-primary and elementary school in the region of Iganga. Back then, we took care of about 40 children of socially weak families. In addition to teaching, we began providing 2 meals a day. The school had 3 teachers and a cook.

Disabled Children

The Child Care Project supports three families with disabled children. They receive regular medical checkups, medicine, food packages and hygiene items. Furthermore, they can also be helped by a personal sponsorship.

Women's Initiative

In 2013, the Child Care Project founded a pre-primary and elementary school in the region of Iganga. Back then, we took care of about 40 children of socially weak families. In addition to teaching, we began providing 2 meals a day. The school had 3 teachers and a cook.

Sponsorship

In 2013, the Child Care Project founded a pre-primary and elementary school in the region of Iganga. Back then, we took care of about 40 children of socially weak families. In addition to teaching, we began providing 2 meals a day. The school had 3 teachers and a cook.
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How can you Help us?

We support children and their families with free basic health care, education, clothing, and meals as well as helping single mothers and children with handicaps. Most of our work is carried out by volunteers.