Now in a new season, Bridges for Children embraces a time of transition into a new model of care.
These have chosen to seize the moment to pursue their dream amidst the storm called the “TEST”. With smiles so broad, they have accepted to face the challenge, pursue their dreams regardless of the hurdles with the aim of having a bright future.
Students in Uganda are in the second term of school, halfway through the school year. The children are learning different things according to grade level.
Sweets, mobile phones, no rules . . . dropping out of school may seem tempting, but it’s dangerous. Here’s what one student wrote about the dangers of dropping out.
Kamanzi started in the Bridges for Children program when he was 11 years old. Now he is returning – as a teacher.
Let me tell you about some of your students who have had big accomplishments this year – and you were a big part of making it happen!
Kawere started this video rental business with his brother and attended vocational school at night to earn a certificate in auto repair and maintenance.
These P.7 students at Calvary Primary took their Primary Leaving Exams this week!
She found me trying to clean some utensils, and she started talking to me and asking me my own story. And she said, “It is okay. Lets pray about it.”
Thank you for helping children in Uganda go to school! Your Impact: School fees paid for 100 children 2 daily meals for 382 children during the school term