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sponsor a child

BECOMING A CHILD SPONSOR

 

Monthly sponsorship provides a child with a Christ-Centered education, daily breakfast and lunch programs, routine medical care and ongoing Biblical discipleship. We are personally involved in the lives of these kids, most of them we see seven days a week: at UKP Academy, Saturday at Kids Club and Sunday School. For this reason, we are able to provide our sponsors with a unique opportunity to connect with a child on a more personal level. We have even had sponsors come on a short term mission trip to visit us at UKP to to meet their child face to face.

 

CHILDREN AWAITING SPONSORS:

ATAMBA ABEL

AGE: 12

ATAMBA ABEL

DOB: 6/15/05

Abel is from the village of Kacwambiro located about 3 miles from Ishunga where he attends UKP Academy. He is in P3 Class at school and is a very intelligent. This is his 1st year attending UKP and he is learning English very quickly. He enjoys playing football and having fun with friends. He is kind and thoughtful towards others. He lives at home with his mom and dad who are peasant farmers, and 2 brothers and 1 sister. They live in a mud house where he sleeps on a mattress with his younger brother. The family has a piece of land, which was given to them by the grandparents, which they use for growing food. They usually eat cassava root and posho with beans. He helps at home by fetching water, collecting firewood, and washing dishes. He recently prayed to accept Jesus as his Savior because he had been having nightmares and experiencing demonic attacks. He now attends church and Kids Club faithfully and is full of joy!

KAMUSIIME ELIZABETH

AGE: 7

KAMUSIIME ELIZABETH

AGE: 7 YEARS OLD

She lives in the village of Ishunga with her mother father and older siblings. She is in TOP Class (Kindergarten) at UKP Academy. She is a good student and doing her best to learn how to read and write. If you ask her what she likes to do for fun, she will say she likes to study. But she does like to play with her friends at school too. Her family lives in a home built from mud and she sleeps on a bedframe with a mattress. Her mother is a peasant farmer and her dad is a craftsman who makes furniture, windows, and doors from wood. They have their own land where they grow food. Elizabeth usually eats matoke with beans for supper.  At home she helps the family by fetching water, cooking food, and weeding the garden. She is a sweet and quiet girl. Elizabeth likes coming to Sunday school and Kids Club regularly. 

AKAMPURUIRA DERRICK

AGE: 10

AKAMPURUIRA DERRICK

DOB: 8/26/007

He is from the village of Kacwambiro located about 3 miles from Ishunga where he attends UKP Academy. He is in P2 Class at school and is doing well. This is his 1st year attending UKP and he is learning English very quickly. He enjoys playing football and having fun with friends. Derrick is very helpful and obedient at home and school. He lives at with his mom and dad who are peasant farmers, and 2 brothers and 1 sister. They live in a mud house where he sleeps on a mattress with his older brother. The family has a piece of land, which was given to them by the grandparents, which they use for growing food. They usually eat cassava root and posho with beans. He helps at home by fetching water, collecting firewood, and washing dishes. He is a happy boy who attends church and Kids Club faithfully. 

AINEMBABAZI SHIFURA

AGE: 9

AINEMBABAZI SHIFURA

DOB: 3/22/08

Shifura is 9 years old, born March 22, 2008. She is from the village of Kashuro which is about 18 km from Ishunga, where she currently lives with family friends so that she can attend UKP Academy. Her father works at UKP as one of the on-site security guards. Shifura is in TOP Class (Kindergarten) at school. She is a good student and doing her best to learn how to read and write, but math is her favorite subject. She likes to play ball and jump rope with her friends for fun. The family she stays with has their own land where they grow matoke and beans for food. She helps the family by fetching water and keeping things clean. Shifura always comes to church and Kids Club when school is in session, but during holiday months she goes home to her family in Kashuro where she stays with her mother who is a farmer, and her siblings.

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