Sponsor a Child in Rural Uganda

by Sprout Care Foundation Vetted since 2016
Sponsor a Child in Rural Uganda
Sponsor a Child in Rural Uganda
Sponsor a Child in Rural Uganda
Sponsor a Child in Rural Uganda


Sprout Care Foundation has been supporting the less previldged children education for the last two years through sponsorshiship and providing scholarship for both primary and secondary students. We work in rural communities where there is overwhelming number of children that need our support. We therefore seek your support to provide more scholarships for those in dire need. Our target for this is to provide support to 120 most vulnerable children education. Impact a child's life for $10/month

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There are hundreds of children between the ages of 4 to 14 that have been already identified by the project from the poorest of poor families. These do not attend school and and those who do desperately need support for extra costs that include school uniform, books, shoes, lunch fees, pens and pencils to remain in school. If not supported these children will remain in the cycle


The organisation will sponsor and provide scholarships for more children that have been already identified. Through this support the children will remain in school and be protected from child labour and child marriage. Through education, those born into poverty will break this cycle.

Long-Term Impact

Education of children will bring about real change not just for that child but for their whole family and giving them the opportunity to change their life permanently for better. More so, children will become agents of change that will impact their communities.


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Organization Information

Sprout Care Foundation

Location: Masaka - Uganda
Facebook: Facebook Page
Project Leader:
Godfrey Sseremba
Masaka, Uganda

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