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CHARITIES FOR ORPHANS IN AFRICA

CHARITIES FOR ORPHANS IN AFRICA

  African is known to be a home of orphans measured in numbers. Africa has around 54 countries. The rate of poverty in Africa is alarming and solutions should be found as quickly as possible. The increased number of people affected and...

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 COVID-19 TO ORPHANS IN UGANDA

 COVID-19 TO ORPHANS IN UGANDA

 By the time coronavirus disease of 2019 broke out in Uganda in 2020 around March. The country was put under total lockdown to combat the spread of the virus. On 18 March, public gatherings including places of worship, pubs, weddings, music...

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DONATIONS IN UGANDA

DONATIONS IN UGANDA

Donations refer to something that someone gives to a charity or organization in need. These are gifts for humanitarian aid to benefit a good cause. Donations in Uganda are in various forms of donations such as money, services, clothing, toys...

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BANNING OF ORPHANAGES IN UGANDA

BANNING OF ORPHANAGES IN UGANDA

Orphanages refer to homes or institutions where orphans and vulnerable children stay and they are given basic needs. There are around 12.3% of orphan children  in Uganda, where 420,000 have lost a mother,1,330,000 lost a father but around...

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STREET CHILDREN

STREET CHILDREN

Street Children are just children, but traumatized, chronically neglected, physically and mentally abused and exploited children.  They can be helped and given a future away from the street. These are not naughty children, criminals, nor...

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KEEP AN ORPHAN IN SCHOOL.

KEEP AN ORPHAN IN SCHOOL.

Generosity is a quality of kindness and giving and it stems from the need to satisfy another person’s necessity. Where there are necessities that need to be met, especially for the vulnerable, generosity is the only human action that can be...

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CHILD NEGLECT

CHILD NEGLECT

Child neglect is a form of abuse, an egregious behavior of caregivers that results in the deprivation of the child’s basic needs, including the failure to provide adequate supervision, healthcare, clothing, housing, as well as other physical...

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SUPPORT CHILDREN

SUPPORT CHILDREN

When you sponsor a child, you are helping to ensure that they grow up healthy, learning and safe no matter where they are born. Sponsoring a child is a personal way to show Gods love to a child in need. In Uganda today there is a high rate of...

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