@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.

 

Denis Kazibwe

My siblings and I live with our parents who rely on crop growing as their only source of income. Father has another wife with other children so he struggles ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Denis Onencan

Of the seven children in his family; four girls and three boys, Denis is the sixth born. He lives with both parents in a grass thatched hut made of mud and b...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Deo Ssekyewa

I live with my mother and sister in a small village in Kitongo, Eastern Uganda. My father died in 2015. My mother works hard every day in her garden to provi...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Derrick Mpagi

Derrick is the second born of 3 children in his family.  He has 1 brother and 1 sister.  His parents separated when Derrick was still at a tender a...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Derrick Opio

Derrick was born in a family of four boys and four girls.  He lost both his parents to AIDS.  He and his siblings live with their grandma.  Sh...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Desire Nakasujja

My parents separated and father fully abandoned us to our mother. Mother, who is a low-income earner is so loving and tries all she can to provide for us.&nb...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Desire Namutebi

My family lives in a one bedroom house made out of mud and bamboo. My parents are low income earners and depend only on farming. Our family has a small plot ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Desire Nanzerena

My father died due to liver failure in 2017. I stay with my mother and brothers in a 3 room house. Mother works hard in her garden to provide food for us. Sh...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Dine Mukwaya

My siblings and I live with our mother, in a small village of Malindi in Eastern Uganda. Our parents separated and my father left responsibility of providing...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Divine Nakitiibwa

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

Donald Kaweesa

I live with my mother and brother in Jinja area in Eastern Uganda. My parents separated when I was 6 years old. My mother struggles to provide for my basic needs. Sh...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Dorothy Nakyeyune

I live with both my siblings and parents in the village of Rwenjiri, Western Uganda. My parents grow food crops like beans, cassava, sweet potatoes in their ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored