A Vision You Can Be Apart of
We envision an improved quality of life for vulnerable children in Uganda by providing quality education, proper accommodation, treatment, care and Spiritual Guidance. We do this through quality education, proper accommodation and health care, living a Godly life and meeting the spiritual and physical needs of these vulnerable children. We also use strategic partnerships, ministering and undertaking specialized and sustainable child focused initiatives. We have provided accommodation, food and clothing to orphans and street children in a family like environment. We provide education with special emphasis on vocational training programs and apprenticeship opportunities to equip young adults to live on their own.
We modify children’s behavior and met their health needs. We have constructed over 200 water tanks in an order to provide safe and clean water for households. As well we are training and empowering community households to care for their biological/adopted children in the areas of Wakiso, Kampala, Mukono, Mpigi, Luweero and Mityana.
We strategically do this through formation of partnerships/alliances for advocacy of children’s and women’s rights, investing in education for children, providing income generating activities for women and strengthening evidence based programming and policy research.
Meet the Team
Ms. Nambowa Ruth Bulyaba-Kasozi & Mr. Kasozi Daniel
Ruth has a Bachelors’ and a Master’s Degree in statistics, as well as experience in research, data management and statistical analysis. Also she has a Diploma in Information Systems Management and Mr. Kasozi Daniel has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Works & Social Administration and a Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management. Together they manage AHCM . Donate a Christmas Gift to Daniel and Ruth this Christmas of the year 2018.
Ms. Batoma Shoron
Batoma Sholom is passionate about her work and willing to do her best. she began her career at Nsava poultry and animal’s feeds factory as an accountant internee. After earning her Bachelor degree in Business Administration at Uganda Christian University, in 2016 she joined Jayden’s Kinder and Day care as an Assistant Administrator. In 2020, she joined Another Hope Children’s Ministries as volunteer.
Shalon is currently an accountant at Another Hope Children’s Ministries, she is responsible for monitoring budgets and expenditures of the organization .
Namutebi Shirat has passion for children, reaching out and counselling. Shirat began her career as an internee at Red Cross and later in 2020 she volunteered with Love and Care as a Social Worker. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in community Psychology, she joined Another Hope Children’s Ministries.
Shirat is currently working as a Social Worker, she leads group and individual counselling sessions and also offers advice to the policy making committee of Another Hope Children’s Ministries in order to improve the children’s welfare.
Assistant Project Coordinator
Mutebi Trace has Bachelors Degree in Information System and Technology.
He began his career as an IT Expert at Light College Katikamu, he became a Transport Manager at more than one company.
In 2020, he joined Another Hope Children’s Ministries as a driver and now Trace is currently Working as an Assistant Project Coordinator.
Nakiganda Cissy is passionate with helping and protecting vulnerable people and especially children. She began her career with AMG International in 2015 as a Child Development Officer volunteer, worked with Love and Care. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Development in Makerere University, she joined Uganda Christian Children’s as an Administrator.
Cissy currently work as an Assistant Administrator at Another Hope Children’s Ministries and responsible for ensuring effective communication and the smooth running of the program’s activities, she loves her job and willing to work as to improve the children’s welfare.
Our Recent Project
DIRECTORS SHIFTING TO THEIR HOUSE
Helping the Directors serve better was started to support the Directors’ needs of having a permanent home, to afford school for their children, plus making sure that they can have some income generating activities. The aim was to make sure that the Directors can settle and serve the children instead of looking for jobs outside of AHCM to help them get enough income to support themselves.