Faith is a single mother taking care of seven children. She makes her living from subsistence farming and does not have any stable income. She was unable to afford the local school fees that range from $3 per child per t...
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Jinja Babies’ Home
Fahad came to the Babie's Home in early 2011. Fahad was abandoned by his mother at birth when she realized that he was disabled. His father, a taxi driver, continued to care for him. Because he worked from morning to night each day, he was forced to [...]
Faith is a single mother taking care of seven children. She makes her living from subsistence farming and does not have any stable income. She was unable to afford the local school fees that range from $3 per child per term in public school and $12 per child per term in private school. While at home, her children assisted her with farming and other tasks.When AASU opened the school in February 2011, Sharon offered to sponsor Faith's children and enrolled them in classes. Faith now has five children attending our Kibuye village school! Faith is also a member of our income generating Beads Projects that enables her to buy her children books and pencils. The situation I was in was very bad; none of my children were going to school. In my life my children would never go to school because I have no help. Sharon came herself and asked me if I wanted help, then I said yes. Sharon sponsors all my children with school fees, and buys books and pencils. As long as Sharon is playing the big role, I can try to get the books because I am in The Beads Project. All the schools nearby were there, but they were not ready to help me, but since Sharon brought the school, they have helped me a lot. That's why I chose that school.
Sponsorship & support
As a growing and aided institutional community organisation, we look forward to your sponsorship and
These beneficiaries have different needs and you can sponsor according to your wish.