Roof a Home for 50 Orphans in Uganda

Jul 7, 2014

Thanks, the roof is on

The roof
The roof


Hope you had a great day today!

Thanks for your support towards roof a home for 50 orphans in Uganda. Can I tell you what? THE ROOF IS NOW ON!

"I thought it would not be roofed, because we tried to raise funds from friends and family, but thanks for your help, see how far we have gone" Jimmy- Executive board chairman.

Now the wall won't fall due to heavy rains, the children will soon shift in after we have closed the home with windows and doors, after we have plastered the walls and cemented the floor, we will shift in there soon.

We will keep updating you on other progress

The veranda view
The veranda view

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James Malinga

Project Director
Kampala, Uganda

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