Training and education is an investment with a high future return. It not only changes the life of a child but also of the family and future generations. Give hope as an investor in education or training, higher education or help build a school. From 1 Euro per day you offer new opportunities to children...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...
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
Green light for the Hope Festival!What a beautiful day; the Hope Festival was given permission to go through. It was a miracle in itself. In-between strict restrictions, and a national lockdown, the compelling desire to make the voice of our street children heard, and the urge to bring forth a message of Love and Hope,...Continue reading
No one can deny that our time has been deeply marked by the COVID-19. Everyone needs hope. While the news and the stories continue to come in from March to the present, both from home and abroad, the desire to bring forth a message of hope, beyond words, has been increasing. The SOS- campaign for...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
Joshua and Dirk are studying in Kisoro Vision highschool, one of the best schools in the district. They are enrolled as dormitory students, a privilege and the most preferred way of studies in Uganda. It secures focus and supervision.