Facebook

Stanbic Bank BizGrow Winners!

by | Sep 1, 2021

Today we are celebrating a big win for our secondary school! Each year Stanbic Bank holds a BizGrow (business/entrepreneurship clubs) competition for Secondary Schools and this year we won for our Beekeeping and Honey class and business. This is a huge competition and a big win for our school and business. The students and teacher went to Kampala and met several business leaders and students from other schools. Overall, it was a great accomplishment and a huge encouragement to everyone.

Schools Are Still Closed

Schools are still closed here in Uganda. There is a lot of uncertainty about how and when schools will reopen, even amongst government leaders.

Would you pray with us for the reopening of all schools? The stability, nutrition, emotional support and of course, education, that schools across Uganda bring to children’s lives is imperative. For orphaned children especially, school brings routine, consistency and friendship into their lives.

Food Distribution Continues

We are continuing to distribute food, soap and essential supplies to all the children and their families. With each bag of food, each bar of soap, they are given hope, prayed over and encouraged. Your support is making this possible, and we can’t thank you enough!

More Updates

First 24 Hours at Otino Waa

First 24 Hours at Otino Waa

This week our social workers and Reverend Dickens have been traveling throughout the Northern Ugandan bush to pick up all the new children. This year we are welcoming in 30 new children at Otino...

Food Distribution in Ethiopia

Food Distribution in Ethiopia

Part of our CBC program in Ethiopia includes food aid to each family. We recently held a rice and cooking oil distribution day. The guardians were so thankful to receive the items. The majority of...

7th Medical Outreach in 2022

7th Medical Outreach in 2022

The year wrapped up with our 7th Medical Outreach in 2022. About 340 patients were seen and treated, making it the largest medical outreach of the year.  There was a lot of malaria and respiratory...