Tag Archives: Orphanages in Uganda

New Librarian!

We are so excited that our new Librarian is so well educated and skilled. She is also very good with computer, so when we eventually get solar power ¬†she’ll be able to competently help the children with research, watching video … Continue reading

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Running and Sports Preparation

Nation-wide we have Inter-school sports competitions this term. Our young people are actually particularly athletic and love volleyball and football throughout the year. This season though, they’ve been quite intensely practising running and relay practice.

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Land Bought–Next Step, Build Classrooms!

The 20 acres we found has now been bought, and the farm is progressing steadily to help support the whole project for the orphans & community, once it’s built. Anisa signing the Bill of Sale for our land with our … Continue reading

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More Photos of Gulu Orphans

Gloria (11) had her daddy killed by Rebels and her mommy died of AIDS. She’s very clever and self disciplined. She helps care for younger children of her aunty’s family who’s struggling to raise them all–they share clothes and shoes. … Continue reading

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Glimpses of Some of the Gulu Orphans

We’ve been helping towards the schooling of 160 orphans in Gulu, who were victims of the horrible war that ravaged the North of Uganda for 20 years until 3 years ago. We’re very excited about being able to set up … Continue reading

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Mercy Home of Children

In the course of distributing donations to needy orphanages and small Community Based Organizations, we came across Mercy Home of Children. Soon after we began to realize their plight, the founder needed to leave the country. With 130 children to … Continue reading

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