child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum

by Thread of life women empowerment ministries
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum
child sponsorship,139 children from katanga slum

Summary

This project will make sure that 139 orphans, street children, those infected with HIV and those from poor families children attend and are retained in school right from lower primary through secondary school. our children will be attending boarding school, feeding, scholastic materials, medical, and education will be catered for.

$35,000
total goal
$27,795
remaining
48
donors
5
monthly donors
1
year

Challenge

There are over 20,000 slum dwellers in katanga slum with more than 50% being children, most of which are primary school drop out. Some children are born with HIV, others abandoned by their fathers and the others are completely orphans.at an early stage the children are exposed to everyday drug abuse,alcohol, and the resident being a hideout for criminal, This project will benefit more than 100 children , they will all be attending boarding school for maximum concentration in their studies.

Solution

Thread of life will take care of the fees, feeding scholastic materials and medical care for the children. we purpose to put them in private school so as they may make new friends from middle income earners so that they are challenged to become like them or more. We have set library and computer room to work as our after school program,where they will be doing their revision from . The place is located near the slum where all children of different age can access it

Long-Term Impact

The project will educate 139 children from most vulnerable families allowing them to have a descent life, which will enable them to relocate their families to better places, It will improve on the performance of the poor children in the Uganda national examination board. it will as well help minimize on the crime rate that happens on the everyday today in the slum

Resources

http:/​/​www.threadoflifeug.org

Organization Information

Thread of life women empowerment ministries

Location: Kampala - Uganda
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Project Leader:
NAKAVUMA MASTULA
Kampala, Uganda
$7,205 raised of $35,000 goal
 
97 donations
$27,795 to go
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