At the heart of our initiative lies an incredible force of change – our volunteers. United across continents, the Childcare project thrives on the dedication of our diverse team of volunteers. From Uganda to Heidelberg, their unwavering commitment forms the backbone of our mission. In Uganda, they engage directly with the community, coordinating activities, providing vital services, and fostering trust. In Heidelberg, they tap into global goodwill, sourcing resources that turn into tangible impact.
Guided by our board of directors in Germany, we ensure our initiatives are strategic and effective, working in close collaboration with our Ugandan teams. This dynamic synergy between volunteers and strategic guidance ignites hope and progress, embodying our belief in the power of community, empathy, and collective action. Together, they drive our mission forward, proving that positive change happens when united by a common purpose.
Jim lives in Heidelberg, Germany, and organizes there the financial support of Child Care Project. He is in contact with the team in Uganda at the school and disabled kids. Jim travels to Uganda once a year to be able to help on the spot.
Paul is a doctor with additional training in psychiatry. Himself a father, he has a heart for Uganda and the needy kids. He is committed to the needs of our project and is active in fundraising as well as in counseling and as a source of ideas for our needy children.
Lucy, originally from Louisiana, USA, lives in Gundheim. She worked for the American government in Germany for over 35 years. Lucy has a heart for children and is actively involved in the club in many areas. We are proud that she works as a cash auditor for our association and works with us to make a difference in the lives of our children.
Ruth at present works for the Uniklinik Heidelberg. She is trained as a nurse at Samaritan Health & Development Foundation, completed her training as senior secretary at Kampala College of Business. In Germany she went to F+U Academy of Languages in Heidelberg and had an internship at GRN Klinik in Schwetzingen. She supports us with secretarial work.
Michèle lives in Heidelberg. She studied German and English and works as administrator at the Heidelberg University Hospital. She is responsible for the translation and editing of reports and other texts for CCP and other fund raising activities.
Edrine is a trained physiotherapist and lives in Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. Edrine conducts all therapies, checkups, treatments and followups on all disabled kids in Buwama, Mpigi. We are very pleased to work with Edrine. He is very instrumental and still in support to us.
Ildikó is resident in Heidelberg, Germany. She is a foreign language administrator and mother of 3 children. She is concerned with fundraising and assistance with correspondence.
Anja was born in Brandenburg and comes from the former GDR. She lives in Ladenburg. She is an all-rounder and also a veterinary assistant. She takes care of the donation box (helps collect donations, manages the donations and helps at information stands).
Mr. Gregory Babigumira is a graduate of Makerere University. He resides in Uganda and in support of Isaac M. Anderson, he coordinates various local school projects and progress in support of all the members of the school ( Pupils, Teachers, Parents and the local educational department). He is frequently in contact with Mr. Mpungu the Chairman who resides in Heidelberg Germany. We are thankful for his support.