Street Boys

Our amazing team are now ministering to 51 street boys at the library and Garden of Eden in Kasese. They continue to meet fortnightly and, despite the rising cost of living, are still feeding the boys and providing them with soap; a promise we made to the street children in 2010.

The team have seen some amazing results of this care and the boys are growing in confidence and self worth. Jethro has responsibility for the boys.

A programme of teaching has now been introduced and the boys turn up on their own to take part. They are happy to share with each other and work together in groups. Some of them are beginning to get paid work.

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Jackson Mumbere works as a volunteer at The Link Bus Company and is earning the trust of his employers. They give him a daily food allowance and more responsibility

Being Accepted

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These boys continue to work at the local car wash- earning their own money when they wash cars or bikes. They have been there for 6 months now.

On a sad note we learned one of our graduated street boys had died. He will be greatly missed. Jethro attended the funeral on behalf of Amaha We Uganda Uganda and UK.

We pray that Sadam John now rests in Peace.

Updated August 2022

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