@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.

 

Sharifah Nankunda

When you sit down and try to intaract with Sharifah, you get to meet someone who is focused to achieve her reams no matter what comes her way. Determination is an in-built feature in her life bu...

0 of 6 Shares Sponsored

Sharina Nadongo

My parents separated in 2018. Mother took me to live with my paternal grandmother. Grandma takes care of me and 5 other grandchildren. We live in a small 2 r...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Sharon Aol

I live with my siblings and parents in a small village in Gulu, Northern Uganda. Both my parents work very hard in the garden to grow crops mainly for food a...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Sharukan Kazibwe

My parents separated when I was still very little. I live with my father, stepmother, stepbrother, stepsister & cousin in a 2 bedroom house. Father, who ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shifrah Namuli

I live with my sister, 2 other children and maternal grandmother, in a small village of Kitongo in Western Uganda. My parents separated and I was left under ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Shivan Naigaga

I live with my parents and siblings in Malindi, Buikwe district, Eastern Uganda. My mother maintains the home and my father is employed as a truck driver. Mo...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Siama Mbazira

My parents separated when mother was 3 months pregnant with me. I have never seen my father all my life and his whereabouts aren’t known. I live with m...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Simon Kayemba

Simon is the third born of the eight children in his family. He has four sisters and three brothers.  His father is not only unemployed but also cares l...

0 of 6 Shares Sponsored

Smith Mukwanya

I live with my parents and brother in a one room house on my grandfather’s land. My parents are low income earners who earn a living through growing fo...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Sophie Nandujja

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0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Stanley Bwete

I live with my parents. Unfortunately, they had an accident in November 2017. Mum had one of her legs fractured but she later recovered. My father broke his chest bone and had the left s...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Stecia Nvannungi

I live with my parents. They are peasant farmers who grow corn, sweet potatoes, beans and vegetables on a small scale majorly for home consumption. There is ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored