Napak ten noorden van Oeganda is met zijn verzengende temperaturen de meest droge en armste regio van het land. De mensen die er leven worden als outcasts beschouwd en behandeld. Ze zijn op zichzelf aangewezen terwijl deze regio is geplunderd en verarmt door oorlogen en geteisterd door epidemieën waaronder het HIV virus dat nog steeds...Continue reading
4,000 children from Northern Uganda (between 4 and 18 years old) have been brought to the capital by human traffickers. There they are forced to beg every day. Exploited and abused, they never get the life that was promised to them. The police try to get them off the street, but there is nowhere for...
To deliver the necessary food parcels and other items to our children in Napak, Northern Uganda, he braves weather conditions, corona situations and other difficulties, sometimes at the risk of his own life! In this way, even when no one is venturing into the area, he regularly visits our children and makes time for a...Continue reading
Meanwhile we had to say goodbye to 2 of our boys who have left the project. Handsome guys with good prospects, unrecognizable with the children we once found on the street in their total hopelessness. Both have already found work while they were still in training or waiting for their diploma. See them shine! Proud...Continue reading
A short word from Simon, about how he experiences working with children who come from the streets. Simon has been appointed in Masulita Children village as the supervisor of the children who are taken care of there for some time of rehabilitation. This before they go back to Napak, and are reunited with still existing...Continue reading
Dear reader, After many years of working behind the scenes, I became more and more involved and connected with Koinonia, and in particular with the street children in Uganda. My name betrays my Spanish roots, and that piece contributes to my passionate nature. For example, my heart for the street children grew bigger and bigger,...Continue reading
Dear readers and dear sponsor, My name is Joshua. I am now 16 years old. In July 2015 I was brought to the Koinonia street children project for rehabilitation. I was 11 years old at the time. In 2018 after two and a half years my residential rehabilitation was over, and I was reunited with...
Dear sponsor and dear reader, How are you, your family and friends doing in Belgium? I hope that each one of you is doing well throughout this corona time. Myself, I am doing very well despite the current situation and I am happy to say that God has protected me from the outbreak of Covid...Continue reading
Some news regarding our 2 last sponsored children Marit and Lolengo, who were left orphaned and helpless after the death of their grandmother. As you will remember, after a truly emergency intervention via social media, brother and sister were taken in shortly after each other by two moved sponsors in their family. What a joy,...Continue reading
My name is Rehema Nyiramutuzo, I am a single woman of 30 years old and have a bachelor degree in development. I studied at Bishop Barham college located at Kabale University in Uganda. I was born in a small village in Kisoro, our family consisted of 6 children, 4 boys and 2 girls, and I...