@IMPORT Imani Milele Children

Childrens

 

Your support allows you to create a meaningful relationship with them. As a sponsor, you communicate love and encouragement through letters, photos, packages, and even visits! When you sponsor, every dollar goes directly to meeting your sponsored child's needs. 

Sponsorship Shares Explained

Due to the increased cost of living in Uganda, it now costs more than $35 a month to meet all the needs of one child; that's why we introduced sponsorship shares. SPONSORSHIP SHARES enable multiple sponsors to share the total cost of taking care of one child. 

Realizing that not every sponsor will have the ability to meet the required total monthly cost of taking care of one child, it’s the reason why we introduced Sponsorship Shares. As a sponsor, you have the option of taking up all the SHARES of one child if you so choose. Depending on the academic level of the child, the number of SHARES will differ since the costs vary.

 

Shadrack Nandhubu

I live with my siblings and both parents in a small village of Kikuba Mutwe in Eastern Uganda. My parents are peasant farmers who earn a living by selling a ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shafic Bbaale

Shafik is the third born in his family of six children; four girls and two boys who stays with both parents. However, his father is unemploy...

0 of 6 Shares Sponsored

Shafic Katanku

I live with both my parents and siblings in Malindi, a village in Buikwe, Eastern Uganda. My mother is a cook and my father is sometimes employed as a home-b...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shafic Ssenyonga

My mother abandoned me when I was still very little. My father died when I was 9 years old. I live with my uncle, his wife & 3 cousins in a 2 bedroom hou...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shakira Mutesi

Shakira’s family comprises of six children; five girls and one boy, Shakira being the second born.  Shakira’s mother’s first marriage ...

0 of 6 Shares Sponsored

Shamim Nakato

I live with my twin sister Jahaifah, 2 stepbrothers and mother in a rented two roomed house. My parents separated when my mother was 3 months pregnant with m...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shamirah Namujju

I lost both my parents to HIV/AIDS. I was taken up by my maternal uncle who struggles to provide for me. My uncle has 4 biological children which makes it di...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shamma Ezuma

I live with my mother and younger step brother in Lusaka, a Kampala suburb. My father abandoned me before I even made a year. Mother remarried but my step fa...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shania Nakaziba

I live with my parents and siblings in a 2 room brick house with no fixed windows but iron sheets. My father has another woman with 3 other children. Father ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shanita Kagoya

I live with my siblings and mother in Lusaka in Central Uganda. My parents separated so my low income earning mother struggles to provide for my needs. She f...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shanita Shanubi Nakazungu

From a family of 9 children, Shanita is the ninth born of the five brothers and three sisters.  She stays with both her mother and father in a small village of Malindi. The father r...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shanon Nalubanga

Shanon is the first born of the two children in her family and lives with both her parents. Her mother is a peasant farmer and her father is unemployed. The ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored