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Step inside a Compassion project in Uganda!

Visit Nombe Child Development Centre in Kisoro.


Playtime at Ugandan Compassion project

Children in Kisoro, Uganda, are being given hope thanks to the project activities at Nombe Child Development Centre. Every week, they're given food, specialised teaching and vital care and support. Every child is shown that they are known and loved. Step behind the project gates: 

Assembly at Compassion project

The day begins with assembly time!

Reverend George Turyatunga

Children are greeted by the friendly face of Reverend George.

Sponsored child reading the Bible.

A Bible verse is shared.

Children praying in Uganda

There's a time of prayer.

Center Day Photo Essay

Children are taught a specialised curriculum designed to help them overcome all aspects of poverty.

Center Day Photo Essay

Everyone takes a break for a drink.

Children drinking in Uganda.

Children who come from extremely challenging situations are given the opportunity to spend time with friends and just be kids!

Learning weaving at a Compassion project in Uganda

Children are taught vocational skills. Here a group of girls and boys are being taught how to weave.

Tailoring lesson Uganda

Tailoring classes equip children for the future.

Lunchtime at Compassion project in Uganda

Every child is given a nutritious lunch of rice, meat and beans.

Sponsored children at Compassion project in Uganda

Thanks to their sponsors, these children are known and loved.



WORDS : Caroline Mwinemwesigwa

PHOTOS : Caroline Mwinemwesigwa


 

Article Comments

This really warm my heart

This article really warms my heart and brought tears to my eyes. Great work Compassion is doing for children in poverty. Because of Jesus and the sponsors who are being used by God, these children can look forward to a better future. Thank you Compassion for such a great work you do worldwide.
30 July 2017 |  Author : Ayoola Bandele

Yes for Uganda

So true. Have just returned from a trip to Uganda. What these centres do is amazing. Great photo summary.
27 February 2017 |  Author : Susan
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This really warm my heart

This article really warms my heart and brought tears to my eyes. Great work Compassion is doing for children in poverty. Because of Jesus and the sponsors who are being used by God, these children can look forward to a better future. Thank you Compassion for such a great work you do worldwide.
30 July 2017 |  Author : Ayoola Bandele

Yes for Uganda

So true. Have just returned from a trip to Uganda. What these centres do is amazing. Great photo summary.
27 February 2017 |  Author : Susan
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