The Aunties

The Jinja Babies's Home employees 22 local women as caregivers. All the AASU family knows these precious souls as “Aunties”. Aunties take care of everything from cooking and cleaning to midnight feedings and diaper changes. Their daily love and c [...]

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The Teachers

Our primary school in Kibuye village and preschool in Jinja employee five teachers and a head master. Our teachers conduct math, English, science, social studies and Christian religious education classes for both schools.
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Volunteers

see this text here. In it’s two years of operation, AASU has hosted over 100 volunteers from all around the world. Some have worked for a day and some have stayed for months. Each volunteer brings a specific skill to AASU and their contributions ca [...]

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Support Us

We are able to make some income through the selling of the beads and jewelry we purchase from the women we serve but the income is quite sporadic. The majority of the cost of Arise and Shine Uganda’s (AASU) projects and interventions are dependant [...]

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Child Sponsorship

The children living in our Jinja Babies’ Home are cared for as our own. First and foremost we provide deep love and security for our babies. We also provide daily food, shelter, education, medical care and clothing. Our high level of care runs abou [...]

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Mariam.

This fun, loving, and joyful 4-year-old likes singing and dancing with her Aunties. Since arriving at AASU a year ago, sweet Mariam’s health and size has greatly increased.
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The Aunties

The Jinja Babies's Home employees 22 local women as caregivers. All the AASU family knows these precious souls as “Aunties”. Aunties take care of everything from cooking and cleaning to midnight feedings and diaper changes. Their daily love and c [...]

Read more
3 comments

The Teachers

Our primary school in Kibuye village and preschool in Jinja employee five teachers and a head master. Our teachers conduct math, English, science, social studies and Christian religious education classes for both schools.
[...]

Read more
3 comments

Volunteers

see this text here. In it’s two years of operation, AASU has hosted over 100 volunteers from all around the world. Some have worked for a day and some have stayed for months. Each volunteer brings a specific skill to AASU and their contributions ca [...]

Read more
3 comments

Support Us

We are able to make some income through the selling of the beads and jewelry we purchase from the women we serve but the income is quite sporadic. The majority of the cost of Arise and Shine Uganda’s (AASU) projects and interventions are dependant [...]

Read more
3 comments

Child Sponsorship

The children living in our Jinja Babies’ Home are cared for as our own. First and foremost we provide deep love and security for our babies. We also provide daily food, shelter, education, medical care and clothing. Our high level of care runs abou [...]

Read more
3 comments

Mariam.

This fun, loving, and joyful 4-year-old likes singing and dancing with her Aunties. Since arriving at AASU a year ago, sweet Mariam’s health and size has greatly increased.
[...]

Read more
3 comments