Hi I hope you are doing great, James says hi! James has completed his primary leaving examination, James enjoyed his time with his colleagues while at School, he also says he is passing his exams which will promote him to secondary school coming year. James says, “Am grateful for your support towards my education, thanks also for taking care of me, my Christmas gift is ready even before Christmas time, am very grateful” While in this two months holiday, James will be at home helping with some household chores like washing dishes, tiding the compound and so much more, he will also be playing with his friends at the neighbourhood,he likes foot ball, playing cards,riding a bicycle, am sure he won’t be bored.
Nov 18, 2019
Six enabled to finish studies
By James Malinga - Project leader
Hi Thank you so much for your continued support towards the school going children in Uganda, school term three is coming to an end, your generous support has enabled six children attend school this school term,the children are writing their end of year and term three exams which will last for one week,these children are expected to be promoted to their new classes next year, we expect to continue with these children till they complete School, we are looking for 25generous people to donate $140 each to enable these children continue school next year for all the three terms,will you help inform others about this cause? Will you consider donating again during this festive season? We will be grateful
Aug 20, 2019
Harriet has gotten some employment
By James Malinga - Project Leader
Thank you so much for your support towards Harriet, Harriet completed school and now employed in a clinic in Eastern Uganda, Harriet is a midwife, she stays adjacent to the clinic as she some times works in the night, "am glad for your support Brooke, thanks for paying my tuition, you did not only stop at tuition but also enabling me to get a descent accomodation after work, beddings and toiletries" Harriet.
Harriet earns a monthly salary of worth $55, her school results are not yet out, she earns like an intern untill when the results come out by year end. Harriet has also cultivated some millet and sweet potatoes to enable her boost on the income and for food at her workplace and in her home (parent)
Harriet's sister passed on leaving twins aged 6, Harriets family can not take care of these orphans, Harriet will be able to help these orphans when she is self sustained and earns more than what she earns now, to us, enabling Harriet to be self sufficient is enabling her family and community to be self reliant.