Mountains of hope childrens ministries

Mission statement: Empowering communities who work to ensure that children growing up in poverty get good health and an excellent education. . Founding principles:To efficiently respond to the urgent needs of orphans and vulnerable children and the communities they live in through offering formal education to them by paying for them school fees, and provision of other scholastic materials like school uniforms, we believe that education is one of the fundamentals of success
Sep 30, 2016

James is back to school for another school term


Am happy to inform you that James is back to school for a third term, thank you for paying his tuition for this term, he will be able to study without any interruptions, he will be able to go for a school tour again to the childrens play center in the city, visit the zoo and many more things.

When you continue supporting James, he will be able to achieve his dreams, thank you once again for chhosing James among the many kids in Uganda.

"Tell my sponsor that I love him so much, am rearing a rooster, one day when they visit me, I will slaughter it for her" James your sponsored child.

Sep 30, 2016

Clean and safe water renders Nurses jobless


Am grateful you are helping this project, today over 100 people drink clean water from safe water purifiers, over 800 pupils in 2 primary schools also benefited from the same, you can imagine your money saving thousands of Ugandan poor communities from getting water borne diseases.

"Our programs will continue benefiting those that are in need"-James-ED,Mountains of Hope while speaking on the partners forum in central Uganda

When you continue supporting our programms, we will also continue helping those who need help in poor communities in Uganda.

Next year we plan to supply 20 water purifiers to more 5 primary schools so that they can also drink clean and safe water.

"We have taken long without getting a patient with illnesses related to water borne diseases, we thought the community had innovated their own medicine, when we carried out a survey, we realized that they had purifiers in their homes" said a Nurse of Kafumu Health Center 111 in Mpigi District.

Sep 15, 2016

Fruti trees to conderve environement in Uganda


Thanks for your interest in the environmental conservation prpject we are implementing in Uganda.

This project has not yet taken off due to un availability of funds, but its aim is to address Pupil’s livelihood needs for income generation at schools, fuelwood for households, timber, fruit, fodder and other non-timber forest products while halting and reversing the trend of the forest loss and related environmental degradation in Mpigi district through promoting vegetable and fruit tree growing and agro-forestry systems.

Despite their potential as a food security, poverty alleviation, environmental conservation and sustainable livelihoods strategy, fruit growing and agroforestry practices are currently a relatively low-key economic activity in Uganda.

Moreover, although trees and forests are a critical resource for people’s livelihoods, environmental conservation and national economic development, tree and forest resources have significantly diminished in recent years due to an increase in the number of people depending on them for survival as well as a lack of alternatives.

"Will you support this programme and let it kick off?, do you? want to enable over 500 households have a sustainable environmental conservation strtegy? this is the right project to support" James, Mountains of Hope


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