The Project was registered in 2009 under Ugandan laws to address the needs of the needsy childiren at Hamurwa Cmuunity
There are currently 210 registered needy children under the care of HNCP with a total of 104 orphans. These children are between the ages of five and 15 years old.. It is noted that in Uganda the loss of one parent is tantamount to orphanage. The loss of one or both parents typically causes severe limitations on the ability to generate income. In turn this has a significant, negative impact on the well-being and social mobility of the child.
A child that has lost one parent is referred to as a single orphan and a child that has lost both parents is referred to as a double orphan. Where possible orphans are brought under the care of a relative and this arrangement is facilitated and managed by HNCP.
HNCP does not currently produce or manufacture goods for sale. Indeed, HNCP does not have the means for production or manufacture of goods.
HNCP does not currently have the capability to receive or process donations made in forms other than cash or a check. This limits the ability and reach of HNCP when seeking to generate revenue in support of its philanthropic endeavors.
We would like to start working crafts as means of income for the project and also connecting to some other organizations already exists.
HNCP does not currently have the capacity to house the orphans in a building designated for the purpose of providing a dwelling for the children. They are housed amongst the community under the care of registered guardians. Typically this guardian is a relative.
HNCP does not currently have permanent accommodation for the purposes of conducting administration of the project.
The orphans and needy children of Hamurwa live in very poor conditions. Most children do not sleep in a bed at night. Some children sleep on a mat on the floor and some children sleep directly on the floor.
It is considered that the provision of mattresses, beds and bedding will significantly improve the living conditions and ability to realize the benefits of attending school.
The Hamurwa area does not have infrastructure for electricity or town water.
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