We love telling our stories through pictures and video. All these short films star our kids... part of what we want to achieve is to give them a voice. Enjoy!
Our new Namalu nursery in Karamoja (2022)
A 4-minute video in the area of Namalu in Karamoja, where our new nursery school has been opened and where some of the funds from our current appeal will go. We hope you enjoy this short tour of the school and the local village to see how the kids and their parents live.
Our school (2022)
Enjoy a 6-minute tour around our nursery/primary school in Namatala slum, guided by pupil Isaiah.
Life for our pupils in the Namatala slum during Covid-19 (2021)
Our second video showing life for Child of Hope's pupils during Covid-19, with schools closed and home learning only made possible by teachers' home visit and resources.
This is where we live (2021)
Child of Hope primary pupils show us their homes, cooking and chores. This video is 5 minutes long.
Life for our pupils during Covid-19 (2021)
In this short video, pupils from Child of Hope’s primary school in Uganda tell us what life is like in the Namatala slum during Covid-19.
Originally filmed by our Ugandan team for distribution in UK schools, the video shows several of our pupils by their homes and at our school.
Child of Hope's work during Covid-19 (2020)
During 2020 our work changed extensively due to Covid-19 and we found new ways to serve the families in the Namatala slum.
If the captions don't show, click CC in the video screen.
Video - a day in nursery class (2020)
A short video of a day in the life of our nursery children - these are the youngest in our slum school in Uganda. It shows a little girl called Favour from the time she walks to school with a couple of friends until going home.
Around 40 children from the Namatala slum join our school each year and the cost for running our school (where everything is free for the kids) is helped enormously when supporters sponsor a child like Favour.
Could you help us by sponsoring a child through school? It costs just £15 per month. You can write to them if you like and you will receive school reports and letters from the child each year. The main thing is, it will help us give them a serious lift-up from the worst excesses of slum poverty. Click here for information...