22 Jun 2014
"I like cooking when I am at home. In addition to that, I like playing funny games with my friends. I would like to be a doctor when I grow up so that I can be able to help my grandmother and my mother when they are very old."

- josephine
Let op: de onderstaande verhalen zijn nog in het Engels, doordat deze worden opgevoerd door onze impact partners die de kinderen help op lokatie. Er wordt gewerkt aan de mogelijkheid om vertalingen te tonen.

Mijn verhaal

I live at my grandmother's house with my sister,my aunt and uncle. My mother is a taylor and she works from the city.  My grandmother is also a tailor and she is the one that takes care of us. My mother sends some support when she saves some money from the city. Grandmother tries hard to provide home needs. Apart from tailoring, she also has a garden where we dig to get some food and vegetables at home.

Waarom josephine onze hulp nodig heeft

Josephine was brought to UP4S by her grandparents three years ago. A year and a half later, the grandfather passed away and domestic responsibilities shifted to the grandmother. She approached UP4S offices requesting for further assistance with the child's education because she could no longer afford it alone. Based on the grandmother's age and job, it was realised that Josephine needed help if she was to move ahead and achieve her dream. Josephine also needs support with most school necessities.

josephine wordt geholpen door impact partner UP4S

UP4S is located at Bukomansimbi, Uganda. During the school term, the project takes care of children in different classes in continuing with their education and also provides other basic needs like food,health and scholastic materials. Lees meer over UP4S 

Sponsor josephine

Als guardian help je josephine en andere kinderen binnen het programma van UP4S. Dankzij jouw bijdrage en die van de andere guardians worden de kinderen geholpen met juist voeding, bijles, sport en persoonlijke ontwikkeling. Hierdoor geef je ze een kans op een hoopvolle toekomst.
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