@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.

 

Cyrus Ntambi

I live with my  sisters and father in a small village of Lugazi in Western Uganda. My parents separated last year. My father has 2 other women and 4 oth...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Daniel Okoya

Daniel is an only child. He lives with his parents in Pageya, Gulu in Northern Uganda. They have no access to most of life’s needs. The nearest hospita...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Daniel Ssenvuma

Daniel comes from a family of 3 girls and 2 boys. He is a hard working boy who loves school and is determined to pursue his dream. Daniel’s parents are...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Daphine Akot

I live with my 2 cousins and maternal aunt in a suburb of Lusaka in Kampala, Uganda’s Capital. Mother got pregnant with me while she was still in high ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Daphine Manzi

I live with my siblings and parents in a small village of Kamusenene, Western Uganda. My parents who are unemployed, find a lot of difficulty providing for m...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Darlington Sseguya

Darlington is the fifth born in a family of eight children - five girls and three boys.  He and his siblings live with their parents in a small temporar...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

David Ezra Mayega

I have both parents but I stay with my grandma. She tries to take care of me through crop growing which is done on a very small scale. She is now growing wea...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

David Kitengejja

I live with my siblings and parents. Being unemployed, my parents grow a few crops like, potatoes, vegetables, corn and beans on a small piece of land to feed the family. We are always a...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

David Ssekasanke

I live with my siblings and father. My parents separated and father remarried. My stepmother has 4 children. Father’s main occupation is growing a few ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Davis Kitiibwa

I live with my grandma who sells snacks. My father’s income from doing casual work at building sites is low and he does not provide anything for me. My...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Deborah Nakanwagi

Deborah is the first born of four children in her family. Her father is unemployed but does odd jobs in the community where he earns an average of less than ...

0 of 6 Shares Sponsored

Deborah Namayanja

My  mother died and my father took me to stay with my paternal grandma. We stay in a small two room house made of mud and bamboo. My grandma is responsi...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored