Empathy

Research in human development clearly shows that the seeds of empathy, caring, and compassion are present from early in life, but that to become caring, ethical people, children need adults to help them at every stage of childhood to nurture these seeds into full development.

Cancer Disease

Hello, I’m NAMUGOSA HARIAT from busimbi railway and i was born in Mityana, am 8 years old. My mother told me that when i was just 1 year old, i started showing out cancer symptoms like as you can see some fun-gating wound in my neck. this scared my parents and friends so much. from that time, i have been suffering from this disease up to now and i thank the Lord who have been with me since i was born and i thank my parents too because they have been working hard so that i can get some treatment and am still breathing. i thank our Community Based Organization (Hope for mityana street children and orphans), this organization has really tried it’s level best to support me and my parents unfortunately they have over 200 children to take care of. my parents and the organization have been spending more than $320.00 per week so that i can get treatment and other basic needs and it seems like at this time they have failed to get this money again per week because my parents are jobless and some of members in organization earn lettle or no money per month, so my dearest brothers and sisters there, on my knees i request for help please so that i can go on getting treatment and other basic needs. Wish someone come out to sponsor me. i’m like other children please don’t isolate me. I can receive help through organization i mentioned above. or contact the director on Whats-app number +256708030026 or Email: mityanaorphans@gmail.com. May God bless and reward those who will come out to help.

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Christmas decorations!

Our November, 2020 Airfunding fundraiser was a success! Thanks to the generosity of the many who contributed, we were able to afford rent, food, and even organize a small Christmas celebration in December. Thanks to the Covid-19 outbreak, we have been unable to work to support ourselves, as we used to. We are very grateful for the donations that carried us through the end of 2020! Cheers to a beautiful, new year… and to hope!

Our fundraising is ongoing. We have switched platforms to the Ugandan developed Kaatch-up! Please consider donating to help us get a healthy start on 2021!

Hospital bills are a significant expense!

We have been in the hospital with one of the children, who is suffering from heart disease. Please pray for her quick recovery!

Some of our children are seriously ill. Hospital bills and other medical care make up a significant part of our budget. Please donate to help pay the hospital bills for our children in need.

Go Girls!

Together we can change the lives of girls in rural areas of Uganda, who face embarrassment during their menstruation when they must use cloth instead of sanitary pads. Join us in giving a sense of pride back to our girls. Your prayers, shares, likes and financial support will help to heal the hurting hearts of over 2000 girls.

Many thanks for the recent donations that helped us buy these sanitary pads! Our girls are grateful.

We desperately need clean water!

The children fill containers from a local water source. Six out of ten people living in Mityana, Uganda will contract diseases like malaria, typhoid and cholera as a direct result of poor sanitation and unclean water.

Our village lacks enough good wells to provide clean water for the people who live here. The contaminated water in Mityana results in sickness and suffering. Please support us in our struggle to provide to clean water for our children.

The Devastating Impact of Covid-19

Children at the orphanage called Hope for Mityana Street Children and Orphans live under difficult conditions. Before the COVID CRISIS the orphanage was able to provide for the basic needs of our children. But now, thanks to the impact of the virus, we can no longer work to earn the money we need to support our mission. Our primary sponsor recently passed away from Covid-19, and we are severely lacking in funds.