We are delighted that recently Victory Child Care Project was asked to participate in the planning and celebrations commemorating the Day of the African Child. Yesterday Olivia, Brian and Juliette went to the Children’s Parliament event held at the SOS Children’s Village in Kakiri, along with Freda, Rebecca Joy and […]

Commemoration of the Day of the African Child

We have some great news to share from our partners, Kyampisi Childcare Ministries (as written by Droplets in a Stream, Australia)… She’s dreamt of this moment for 8 years… In just a few days, Mary will eat food for the first time in 8 years… and that’s because of you. […]

Mary will eat food for the first time in 8 ...

Since the last distribution of AFRIpads sanitary towels to Namugongo Mixed Primary School, Olivia (Victory Child Care Project’s Lead Social Worker) has been looking at identifying a community with vulnerable teenagers who can benefit from the reusable sanitary towels project.  She got in touch with Njuki Allan (Child Welfare and […]

Menstrual Hygiene Day – Making Periods Less of a Pain!

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