When you sponsor a child at our schools, you help us give them a massive opportunity for a hopeful future that is not dominated by abject poverty. Sponsorship costs just £15/month for nursery and primary children, and £25/month for secondary students. The children below are some of the children who have not yet been sponsored at our school; would you like to sponsor one of them?
You can find out more information on our main sponsorship page. To start the process, please send us an email to tell us which child you would like to sponsor. Then simply click below to sign up for a regular, monthly donation.
If, by any chance, that child has already been sponsored, we will let you know and offer you an alternative child.
Arthur is 3 years old. He is an Itesot by tribe and lives in Namatala with his parents, who are casual workers. They live in a semi-permanent home.
Arthur likes playdough, sand play and bouncing balls with his friends. In class, he can count, knows the alphabet and can understand and follow instructions in English.
Hope is 7 years old is the eldest (with one sibling) in her family. She is a Mugisu by tribe and lives in Namatala with her parents, who are casual workers. Their house is a semi-permanent home.
Hope like skipping and in class she is good at numbers and literacy. She also likes reading and telling stories.
Peter - now sponsored
Peter is 6 years old and is the second youngest in his family, with four siblings. He is a Karamajong by tribe and lives in Namabasa with his parents who are casual workers. They live in a semi-permanent house.
Peter likes playing football and bouncing a ball with his friends. In class, he can speak, understand and follow instructions well in English and can sort and order objects.
Jovia is 4 years old and is the eldest in her family, with one sibling. She is a Karamajong by tribe and lives in Namatala with her parents. Her mother runs a business selling charcoal and her father is a casual worker. They live in semi-permanent house.
Jovia enjoys bouncing a ball and playing on the swings. In class, she can count from 0-10 and can write her name.
Sam is 4 years old and is the second youngest in the family, with five siblings. He is a Karamojong by tribe and lives in Namatala with his parents. His mum is a cleaner and his father is a security guard. They live in a semi-permanent house.
Sam likes playing football and going on the swings. In class, he knows the alphabet and can blend sounds.
Paul is 14 years old and is the second youngest with six siblings in his family. He lives in Namatala with his mother. His mother is a tailor and his father is an agricultural worker.
Paul studies at the Secondary School, where he enjoys learning Biology, Chemistry, History and Agriculture.
Palma is 7 years old and is the eldest with two siblings in her family. She is an Acholi by tribe and lives in Namatala with her auntie. Their house is a semi-permanent styled house.
Palma likes skipping and playing handball with her friends. Palma also likes singing. In class, she is good at all subjects including literacy and science.