Closed Children's Aid-Uganda fundraiser

An aid project by “R.A.O.R. Foundation” (Dieter & Lucy H.) in Namugongo, Uganda

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Dieter & Lucy H. (Project Manager)

Dieter & Lucy H.
Many orphans live in the moment with neighbors, grandma or Tantevzusammen, which themselves do not have enough for themselves to survive. Some mothers are prostitutes and drug or alcohol dependent. The younger kids can hardly speak English, they speak only their native language. It is important to the children the basics of the English language to dedicate so they can get ahead in life. Many street children and adolescents living in total poverty, surrounded by violence and corruption, often without a home and no family that cares about them. The organization wants to give these young people new hope, as I do with people whose practical help.
The home provides orphaned children a better future. The school should be about 200 children a new home. The complex consists of several rooms, each headed by a / m Managers / in. In a new community center to classrooms, a small clinic, an office and several rooms are furnished for the village staff. The children in the orphanage receive not only a home and a free education, but also for regular medical care.
In addition to the existing infrastructure is a car park, a playground, a separate connection to the national power grid, an emergency generator for the clinic as well as investment in water supply and sanitation. to be scheduled.

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Location: Namugongo, Uganda

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