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Ramadhan Keeya Kyamagero DoB 6th July 2014. He has no siblings.

Ramadhan was abandoned by his father before his birth, his Moslem mother has since become a Christian. She is a casual worker who struggles to provide for them. Ramadhan is regularly sent home fromschool due to a lack of fees.

He is a social boy who enjoys playing with his friends, he would like to become a doctor in future.

Ramadhan studies in Primary 2

Ref: UGA272

Ronald Ketumba DoB 9th September 2012 he has five siblings

Ronald lives with his parents and siblings, they rely on subsistence farming and struggle to provide the basic needs of the family. Ronald is regularly sent home from school due to a lack of fees.

He enjoys playing football and eating posho and beans. He is a bright and sociable boy and would like to be an Army Commander

Ronald studies in primary 2

Ref: UGA271

Teddy Namuddu DoB 9th April 2015, she has four siblings.


Teddy lives with her mother and siblings.  Her father has abandoned them.  Her mother worked as a nursery teacher in a privately run school, but due to Covid the nursery school closed and has not reopened.


Teddy likes to eat rice and beef, she is social and enjoys  playing games with the other children, dodge ball and hide and seek.  Her mother would like her to be educated but is unable to pay her school fees.


Teddy attends the Nursery class


Ref: UGA270

Charles Bukenya DoB 14th August 2005.

Charles lives with his grandmother. He was affected by Cerebral Malaria at the age of 2 and struggles with communication, although he can follow simple instructions. He is isolated indoors at home for fear he may wander and become lost. has a good appetite and enjoys music.

Enrolment at the Aunt Louise School has enabled him to learn new skills, socialise and make friends

 

Charles’s sponsor has had to withdraw from the project. Can you help ensure funding is available for him?




Ref: ALS016

Paul Tusubila DoB 16th November 2008.He has 3 siblings.

Paul was born normal, at 6 months he suffered from Polio, he recovered but at age 2 contracted Cerebal Malaria and was hospitalised for 6 months. This resulted in Cerebal Palsy which left him unable to walk.

In 2019 he began to walk by holding on to things and is now able to walk without support. He is a bright boy who would like to become a mechanic. Sponsorship would help him to achieve this ambition.

Ref: ALS017

Sponsorship at the Aunt Louise School is a little different from other areas.

All the children and young people have special needs, for many it is the only home they have. Edward and Louise offer a home and an education depending on ability and need. They have no regular income and they told us, they survive by God’s grace.

Support for each child will be of benefit to them all and will primarily cater for their basic needs and medication.

The children and young people are unlikely to leave, and your support will be needed for as long as you are happy to continue.

THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING TO SUPPORT THESE VERY SPECIAL PEOPLE

AUNT LOUISE SCHOOL - A very special sponsorship

Aunt Louise School

Edward and Louise care for 13 youngsters with special needs, 4 orphans and their own 4 children. They have no financial support beyond that provided through your donations.

When asked how they survived they told us “We live by God’s grace”

If you would like to help this school

Please donate here

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GRACE NAMUKISA

LUKIA NANTEZA

REGAN MUKIIBI

ZAITUNI MUMBEJJA

SHARIF MUTAGUBYA

LAWRENCE KAGANDA

Some of those sponsored at ALS

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In Uganda our children are supported through one Sponsorship program in two locations in:


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AUNT LOUISE SCHOOL

SPONSORSHIP IS EASY

Step 1: Choose a child and note their reference.

Step 2: Click the child’s picture.            

Step 3: Complete the form and press submit.

Step 4: We send you confirmation and payment details.

Step 5: You confirm payment has been set up.

Step 6: We send an attractive card with details of your child.

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£15 per month

CAN change a life

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In order to keep you informed of your child’s progress we need to keep in touch.


We would ask you to give us permission to keep your details for future use by inserting a Y in the contact box on the form.  

Please be assured we will only use your details to provide information about your child, send our monthly updates (via email) and our magazine 3 times a year.


We will NEVER pass your details on to any other organisation.


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