How we are rewriting the script for children living in orphanages in Uganda
Owor Augustino, a member of the Were Nigiwani group in Tororo district, eastern Uganda, has
“Growing up in an institution, I experienced both good and challenging moments,” recalls 28-year-old Musa.
In 2021. Susan Ajok joined Child’s i family as the country Director. We caught up
In our bid to contribute to care reform in Uganda, in order to achieve our
The term “foster care” is used in a variety of ways, and, consequently, it often
Nambusi is a mother of 8 children and has also been taking care of other
“I will work hard to keep my children in school so that they achieve their goals and become responsible in the future,” Namazzi.
Namazzi was involved in a car accident in 2019 that left her unable to walk
My name is Ruth Naigaga, a Social Worker at Child’s i Foundation based in Makindye
My name is Angella Nagaddya 28 years old, single mother of 2, pursuing a Degree
80 bicycles and smart phones were distributed to Community Volunteers in Makindye and Mpigi to
“For some children, school is their safe place to be because of the challenges they
Child’s i Foundation has received a grant from the Martin James Foundation (MJF) to implement