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Ebenezer School - Bulera, UG

Nsubuga "Victor" Hannington - Director


We appreciate so much for your endeavours to pay school fees and carter for the related basic needs of our Ugandan children. Their hope is restored. Right now they are at home while teachers are marking their exams since even there is too much rain.

We have enough food at school and children look healthy. They eat beans, mingled maize flour(posho), vegetables, potatoes and cassava.They study Mathematics, English, Social studies, Religious Education, and the co.curriculum activities.The kids are so proud of their new life status.


A look inside one of the older classrooms.A snapshot of some sweet potato growing on the farm.Pastor Hannington
Two school children carrying water.The new roof, provided for by the Uganda 2013 JOC team!Sara - Student
Studying hard on a Saturday for upcoming exams.A 2500 gallon tank provided by the Impact community.

Hope & Care School - Kalonga, UG

John Akeza - Director


The school is going on well and we are done with end year exams, terminal reports have been given out and certificates to kids from nursery level to primary level on the end of year party. Due to heavy rains, the big tree near the school fell down as kids where running out of classrooms to church but thank God that no one was hurt.

To everyone who contributed towards the farmland, water filters, Water tanks, food, medical care, Solar system and everything that is not mentioned;

Psalms 41: blessed is he who considers the poor, the lord will deliver him in the time of trouble. The lord will preserve him and keep him alive and he will be blessed on the earth. You will not deliver him to the will of his enemies. May God bless you abundantly.



Ray of Hope - Chandigarh, India

Randeep Matthews - Director

There have been some amazing things to be shared as for the Slum School here!

The kids have been showing improvement in their studies, securing good marks in the semester exams. Their health is better , given the one nutritious meal provided to them and the basic hygiene practice taught to them. Apart from their studies, the kids have been involved in various co-curricular activities like craft making, indoor sports, etc.

The feedback of these kids received from their parents and relatives has also been very encouraging, they now do not use abusive language (as was the scenario, given their living conditions) , perform well in studies, help their parents and siblings in their work, etc. The young girls particularly have been taught a few things on the self defence techniques so that they do not fall prey to anti social things.


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