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
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
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
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...
I live in Kabale, Uganda, and have been working for 10 years in the street children rehabilitation project of Koinonia Ministries. In the beginning I was appointed as the person responsible for the children, meanwhile I have been promoted to the position of project coordinator of the project in Kabale. My motivation to work with...Continue reading
The story of Atwongyeire Ronah, Project Coordinator Street Children Rehabilitation Project Kisoro, Uganda. This is my eighth year working with the street children of Koinonia. I am happily married and blessed with 2 good-looking sons. I consider it a privilege to be part of the Koinonia team in Uganda. The unity and good cooperation among...Continue reading
Juliet, our Child Development Officer in Kisoro is visiting our students at Kisoro Vision Highschool together with the project coordinator. Dormitory students are only allowed to go home during vacation period and for the rest they stay in dormitories to focus on their studies. Studies=future for the youth.❤
Keihangwe Jovia is 32 years old and has been working with Koinonia for 12 years. I started in 2008 as a matron and was promoted to a coordinator later on and I currently serve as the national project coordinator. l was single when I started and had just graduated from school. Today I am married...