Our current project to build a £19,000 Child Development Unit has received a boost with a much-welcome grant of £9,450 – so we’re halfway to providing even greater support to the children of Namatala and their families!
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Our school has reached a major milestone… with the first children finishing their primary education! These are the very first pupils that started with Child of Hope, when we ran a small nursery class from a borrowed church hall.… Read More»
We had a very colourful and fun party at the school – along with our 610 kids and a parent/guardian and sibling each, there were local community leaders etc, and the total number of people fed exceeded 1,400!… Read More»
In a slum where there is no social service or welfare system, Child of Hope’s welfare team does some amazing, ground-breaking work, and is a vital part of how we help slum children and their families.… Read More»
Around the time Child of Hope nursery first started in a borrowed church hall in 2008, director Moses Okotel was already casting his eye ahead to primary and secondary education – and stepped in to significantly change prospects for a handful of slum children by sponsoring their education at other schools.… Read More»
Meet Pius, he’s a very busy guy. During the day he heads up our welfare team and in his spare time he is caretaker of the boys section of our expanding children’s home, currently with 19 lads.… Read More»
Moses is the head boy at our school and is in the last year of the school (P7) – but before he started at the school he seriously doubted if he would survive a serious infestation of jiggers.… Read More»