Did you know that 32% of households in Uganda have foster or orphaned children? Did you know that orphans are 50% more likely to be out of school than non-orphans? The right to education is a human right as well as a basic need for all people.
From 2010, Love Uganda Foundation took it upon itself to care for orphans and vulnerable children, initially supporting 10 orphans at the Love Uganda orphanage in Kalagi – Mukono district, catering for needs such as feeding, health and medical care and education. These numbers have however grown with time to reach 20 children at the orphanage and 300 orphans and vulnerable children under its external program. Love Uganda Foundation has been sponsoring the education of 320 vulnerable children and orphans, either under the care of single mothers who are unable to financially support them or under the guardianship of relatives. This has been possible through your continued support.
As plans to reopen schools after the lockdown are underway by the government of Uganda and the ministry of education, Love Uganda Foundation is running a campaign to raise funds for the education of these orphan and vulnerable children, to ensure that when all has been said and done, these orphans and vulnerable children do not drop out of school due to financial challenges.
At only $93 per term you are helping out an orphan in Baby or Middle class to have scholastic materials and school fees
At only $107 per term, you are helping out an orphan in Top Class, primary one or Primary two to have scholastic materials and school fees
At only $106 per term, you are helping out an orphan in Primary three, Primary Four or primary five to have scholastic materials and school fees
At only $109 per term, you are helping out an orphan in primary six to have scholastic materials and school fees
At only $144 per term, you are helping out an orphan in primary seven access scholastic materials and school fees
Love Uganda Foundation has 320 orphan and vulnerable little angels that have passion for academic progress but are limited by finances, 110 of these orphaned children are in baby class, 59 of these children are in Middle class, 14 of these children are in Top class, 27 of these children are in primary one, 25 of these children are in primary two, 27 of these children are in primary three, 26 of these children are in primary four, 20 of these children are in primary five, 8 of these children are in primary six and 4 of these orphaned are in primary seven.
It is for this reason that we are raising our voices to you, seeking your continued support to ensure that the right to education is made accessible for these needy children. Your support towards this cause can either be in-kind, through donating scholastic materials or through cash that will cater for the other needs of the children including school fees.