About UsWe are full-time non-salaried volunteers, thrilled with the potential of Uganda and working together with others--to make a difference. We've been registered in Uganda for 10 years and our main focus is establishing a fully self-sustained project for orphans in Gulu who were born to child soldiers during the war. We are developing a horticultural farm, building housing and a school for the children, and hope to bring alternative ideas for poverty eradication to the local communities in the area.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Opira Michael, the headmaster, has been doing a wonderful job in organizing and helping the teachers and 160 orphans for the last 2 years in Gulu. He is pictured above with Family Care’s Christo Jacobs in front of the temporary … Continue reading
Before getting land in Gulu, we sent literally tons of aid, in the form of clothing, shoes and food towards the care of many orphans–mostly from Kora Abili and Cwero IDP camps. Pictured above, Tina Kapp, giving lively action songs … Continue reading
Karamoja is a very special area in Uganda–unique in the high rate of desertification, and in their cultural elements like the very high bride price. Young potential brides–Dodoth Karimojong living in the far north in Kotido. Since the area is … Continue reading
A life-skills curriculum The STEPS program is a comprehensive character- and values-building curriculum covering 40 different study topics for ages 4 to 12. The program is made up of two one-year curricula: the Foundations of Faith and Character Building series. Each … Continue reading