“Bridges for Children has been my shelter and refuge to run unto. They have stayed with me, always listened to me when I needed someone to talk to. They have given me their time, cried when I cried, made me to laugh, and put a smile on my face again.” – Faridah, now training to become a teacher
Teaching Children About God’s Love
A task of liberating children from the sea of ignorance demands strong minds, great hearts, and faith...a progress report onRead more.
Back to School
The third and final term of the school year started today in Uganda. Here, the school year begins in FebruaryRead more.
A Poem About AIDS
Students in Uganda have been writing about issues in their community. Gift, a primary 7 student, wrote this poem aboutRead more.
School Update from Uganda
Students in Uganda are in the second term of school, halfway through the school year. The children are learning differentRead more.
A Story About School Drop Outs
Sweets, mobile phones, no rules . . . dropping out of school may seem tempting, but it's dangerous. Here's whatRead more.
Back to School – as a Teacher!
Kamanzi started in the Bridges for Children program when he was 11 years old. Now he is returning - asRead more.