In October-December 2019, we managed to complete the first school block with the fifth classroom. Over the next years, we are going to add another five rooms so that all seven primary school classes (according to the British-Ugandan school system) and three kindergarten groups have their proper rooms. Besides the school building, a 1000-liter water tank is installed to collect rainwater for multiple purposes.
The single mothers, whose children attend our school, receive small support from us to be able to run their business and earn for their living.
We also continue supporting our handicapped kids providing them medical checkups and medicins.
We are very thankful to all our supporters for their contributions to our school work giving these needy kids a chance to escape from hopeless poverty through education.
A couple of weeks ago I returned from Uganda where I spent over 11 weeks to personally contribute to the progress in our current projects:
Some selected photos of this exciting journey may give you impressions of all these achievements.
We are very thankful to our sponsors and supporters for making this possible.
We would be very happy to get in contact with you and give you further information and reports about the progress on the ground and on how you can get involved in our projects and bring in your ideas and support. Please send us an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The report covers the period from April 2016 to March 2017 and provides a summary of the activities carried out under the Child Care Project in Uganda. It is a continuation of already started activities (follow-up activities) with a main focus on health and education.
On 06.11. Three of our disabled children were in the hospital in Kampala. Justine and Daphine have received a medical check-up, and Joel a so-called follow-up, which has examined his progress through physiotherapy.
Joel has made huge strides! Almost without being able to hold on, he can stand alone and can walk even better through the walker. Since he lives with his aunt, who cares lovingly for him, he has become much more lively and laughs a lot.
Unfortunately, Daphine could not see any progress from Daphine, but he also said that it could take a long time for her to progress at all. Her grandmother continues to do the physiotherapy exercises with her and soon Daphine will get a new chair that will support her neck perfectly. We are very happy that we can buy her this chair through the proceeds of fundraisers!
Justine was also examined and referred to the CORSU Rehabilitation Center. There she should get a check-up to discuss further treatment.
If you would like to support one of our children through a sponsorship, you will find more information here and the contact person for each child.
Muzafalo is now in the hospital awaiting further treatment and early surgery.
At the school, work on registration is progressing. The school has been fenced and the new latrines have been completed. In order for our school to be registered, several points have to be processed. That’s why the CCP team will be on-site in the coming months.