Your donations have changed lives of orphans and touched Allan one of the disabled students at Nyaka.
Though he cannot read and write as well as other students in his class due to a neulogical disorder, we have loved and cared for him, provided him a wheel chair, uniform, food, mosquitor net and everything we give to other children. He is a joy to talk to and loves school.
Nyaka will continue to serve and see all our students through any level of education. Remember December 2008 is the first graduation.
Our Global Giving project and budget is for five years, little by lttle we will get there.
Thank you for your continued support.
Nyaka at Nyaka
Jul 17, 2007
Nyaka kids in their soccer uniforms
By Jackson Kaguri - Director
Click below to see photos of the Nyaka girls and boys in their soccer uniforms!
May 2, 2007
In their own words
By Jackson - Director
When I lost my parent on 30th January 2001, my life changed completely. That was my father who loved me very much. I had to miss his parental love. However, I was a bit comforted to remain with my mother who at the moment helped me in one way or another in cooperation with my grandparents. Soon after she also died, death I started to feel sick always until I had to be put on a daily drug.
After my father’s death on whom our family depended upon I had no hope of joining a school. I was lucky to be admitted to Nyaka AIDS orphans School which provides everything to school children freely. I am working hard so that after my studies I become a pilot or engineer
Death of my parents changed my life by social misery. Lack of clothes, food, etc and drop out of school due to lack of school fees, and when my parents died I cried after the death of my parents. I was at home while I don’t have school fees to go to school. I heard that Nyakagyezi vllage there is a school which helps orphans who study without no money for school fees. And I go there to study with them and I find the teacher from that school which is Nyaka AIDS Orphans School and they gave me some books, pencils, pens and uniforms and everything. Then I study up to now. Now when my God helped me to grow up, I will become a teacher. Thank you, Mr.Twesigye Jackson for helping me. May God bless you very much in your life.
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Just like any child in your life, her dreams are alive at Nyaka