Term 1 of the new school year has just finished in Uganda.  The children have worked hard in school and enjoyed themselves! Currently we support a total of 73 children in their education. 56 are in Primary School, 15 are in Secondary School, 1 in Vocational Training and 1 in […]

300 Club for Education - SIGN UP HERE!!

What is the 300 Club? The 300 Club is a group of people who financially contribute to the education of children in Uganda in and around the Victory Child Care Project children’s home in Namugongo.  The aim is to gain the support of 300 people who are willing to support […]

300 Club Education Update – Term 1 – 2017

Here is the report received from our partners Uganda Hands for Hope about funding they recently received from us. In January 2017, our long time partners, Tŷ Cariad Africa made a further generous donation to Uganda Hands for Hope. After discussions internally, it was decided to put this money towards […]

Uganda Hands for Hope report about funding support

Over the last two weeks we have read about the importance of education, and how both Olivia’s and Dr JB’s education support helped shape their futures.  This week in the last of the series, we read about Patrick – Olivia’s brother.  Patrick is an accountant at Mildmay Uganda. Patrick’s Story […]

How Education Support Makes a Difference – Patrick’s Story

Last week we read about about the importance of education, and how Olivia’s education support helped shape her future.  This week we read about Dr JB Mawanda.  Dr JB – as he prefers to be called – is a medical doctor at Paragon Hospital, Uganda. Dr JB’s Story My name […]

How Education Support Makes a Difference – Dr JB Mawanda’s ...

Olivia is the Administrator and Head Social Worker at Victory Child Care Project-Ty Cariad, in Namugongo, Uganda.  In her role, she is involved in all aspects of child care provision, from residential care, to temporary care, to community support, and resettlement and reunification.  She is a fervent supporter of providing […]

Olivia’s Story – Administrator and Head Social Worker at Victory ...

Periods, they’re a pain. Literally. For many of us women it is a rough time of the month, and that is with the use of pain relief and sanitary ware. It is easy to forget that many don’t have access to these supplies, making periods even more difficult to deal […]

Let’s Make Periods Less of a Pain – Kate is ...