Thanks for your generosity, I hope you have already received our Newsletter this month, all the achievements are because of your monthly recurring donations to our project, had it not been for this project, there are over 200 children waiting to access a better education from our school, currently there are a lot of child kidnaps in Uganda, most children who have to walk long distances to school have stoped going to school for fear of being kidnaped, if this project could succeed, this would be a saviour to the little angels in this community.
All our work is community led and because of this, the world wanted to know how we did it, that is why BBC world service aired our project intervention on their platforms, you will be able to see this in the news letter sent to your email, if you didnt receive it, find it here and subscribe:https://mailchi.mp/269e0c3901c9/five-ways-you-can-help-mountains-of-hope-change-a-life-today-and-updates-from-mpigi
Am hoping that you will be able to see the interventions and find it in your heart to help us again.
Thanks for your continued support to the Mountains of Hope projects, especially the childrens home, this year started with children going to their new classes, some have joined secondary schools and others have completed their University Education.
Joseph completed his three year Bachelors degree in a Ugandan public University and is now trying to find a job, he will be able to help his community as well as his siblings, he is the only child in the family and in the entire community who has completed University, Mountains of Hope started supporting him eight years ago.
Mountains of Hope might consider employing him as a warden in a children home once we secure some funding to sustain the home, as you know, we donot have sustainable funding to enable us pay staff and other requirements.
Your continued help is welcome and hope you continue transforming lives of children in the Mountains of Hope.
This is going to be one of the best schools in this rura community in Mpigi, this Primary school will sit in the Mountains of Hope land purchased in 2009 in the names of Mountans of Hope, we aim to enroll children who are not in school, children heading families, orphans and other Vulnerable Children among others.
The school will introduce a school feeding programme where by children will grow their own food that they will eat during lunch time, we hope to establish a boarding section in the long run.
The programme also plans to teach children to look after pigs and cows so that they grow up responsible citizens.
Mountains of Hope school is expected to begin first term of 2019
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