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.❤
A dress and a little toy from her sponsors, our visitors from Austria. It’s like heaven on earth for our sweetheart Bon! ❤
Many of these children are like treasures found in the ashes. As soon as they are taken out, washed, worked with them, they become beautiful jewels. During our visit in Uganda, we were amazed observing the difference between the behaviour of the sponsored, former street children, and the unsponsored children attending the same school. The...Continue reading
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...
Active is an orphan. He was 5 years old when he got in touch with Koinonia His mother died during birth. He never knew his father. An aunt took him along with his older brother and took care of them for a few years, though they were very poor. When she could no longer afford...Continue reading
Deborah is 11 years old and comes from the south-west of Uganda,.the Chahi village in the Kisoro district. She was only 7 when she ended up on the street being neglected and due to extreme poverty. Her father left the mentally unstable mother and the family fell completely apart. Hunger and lack of an opportunity...Continue reading
My name is Christopher. I am a former street kid, one of the children Pr Eugenia picked from the street in the year 2003 in Uganda. I had lost all hope by then. I was neglected by everyone; it was not easy at all. I used to sleep outside, eat from the garbage, had no...Continue reading