Sponsor A Child
In recent years, the multitude of orphaned children in sub – Sahara Africa stems from children losing their parents due to HIV/AIDS and the constant civil wars.Uganda was heavily hit by HIV/AIDS pandemic in the 1980’s and 90’s and the constant wars. Although these scourges have been contained, they have left millions of orphans that the country is struggling to help. The first AIDS case was diagnosed in Uganda in 1982. The ministry of health estimated 1,050,555 people were living with HIV/AIDS by the end of December 2001 and over 940,000 HIV/AIDS related deaths have occurred since the onset of the epidemic in our country.
AHCM provides food, shelter and education fees to those directly or indirectly affected by these problems. The profiles of all the children currently supported by AHCM are categorized by level of Education. We have Babies, Pre-Primary/Primary, Secondary and Vocation/Tertiary.
AHCM is heavily dependent on donations for providing school fees. You can make a huge difference by paying the school fees of a child for one year.
Gifts for Another Hope Children’s Ministries are tax-deductible and are processed through Globalgiving USA and UK and if in Germany through Aid That Helps
Meet the Children
Karen Acheng Ozura is anxiously waiting for a sponsor. She needs your support to have new opportunities to learn and grow physically, mentally and spiritually. Karen Acheng was referred to AHCM by the village counselor since their family was helpless because Karen was living with her grandmother after the disappearance of her parents. Karen’s parents abandoned her as an infant. Her grandmother sells sugarcane that cannot generate enough money for the family needs.
Kisinde Hasan is a very bright boy, and we see he has a bright future ahead of him. His 51 year old mother had written a letter asking for support from AHCM since his father wasn’t giving them support after he had separated with the mother. His mother quarries stones which cannot meet the increasing school fees Hassan needs. The Sponsorship he is getting is helping him to his dream, and he is so grateful.
Kaweesi Nicholas came to AHCM seeking support through Nansana Police Station. He was tortured and abandoned by his parents. AHCM resettled Kaweesi Nicholas and he now lives with his grandmother who is also jobless and too old to look for a job. This makes her unable to pay for his school fees.
Nampiinga Angel Lilian’s sponsorship helps her find new opportunities to learn and grow physically, mentally and spiritually. She was referred to AHCM by the village chairman after her parents had written a letter asking for support from AHCM since they didn’t have money to pay for her school fees. Unfortunately, Nampiinga lost her mother in 2020 to diabetes. She now lives with her father who earns very little money that cannot pay for her schooling.
Kasule Mickdard was referred to AHCM by the village chairman after his single mother who sells sugarcanes had written a letter seeking for support from AHCM since she didn’t have money to pay for his school fees. Kasule’s mother has three children and had been abandoned by her husband (kasule’s father) because he had lost a job. She now lives with her parents.
To sponsor a child of your choice, click on any of the following categories.
Sponsor A Baby
Sponsorships for Another Hope Children’s Ministries are tax-deductible and are processed through our friends at Good Measure International. 100% of your gift goes to Another Hope.
Pre-Primary and Primary
It costs between $35 to $250 USD per school term to sponsor a child through primary school, and we have three school terms in a year This money pays for school fees, exam fees, school materials, boarding fees, food and school uniforms.
It costs between $250 to 320 USD per school term to sponsor a child through secondary school, and we have three school terms in a year This pays for school fees, exam fees, school materials, boarding fees, food and school uniforms.
Vocational and Tertiary Institution
One third of the total annual budget of AHCM is spent on school fees for currently 120 children and young adults attending schools. Sponsors can make a huge difference by sponsoring one child for one year.