Ivan was found living in a single roomed shelter he had built for his wife and 4 children, after their home collapsed in December 2015. Three years ago Ivan suffered from a stroke, but despite his disability, he does everything he can to provide for his family.
His story touched the hearts of the followers of our medical mission and as a result, Children of Hope has been able to purchase an acre of land, on which we have built a home for Ivan and his family. The extra land has been used to provide two more houses, and a community centre is being built this year.
The CRMI Medical Team leaves for Uganda on January 23rd with most of the team returning to the UK on February 7th. To follow the team’s blog please follow this link www.crmimedmission2020.wordpress.com
Jeanette Hancock, and her son John, climbed to the top of Sydney Harbour Bridge when they were recently on holiday in Australia. Jeanette is coming to Uganda (for the first time) on the Medical Mission…
Dove Nest Group, which is a people development company based near us, has been supporting CRMI Children of Hope since 2015. They have been funding the salary of Olivia, the headteacher at Salvation Way Primary…
Margaret Boggis and her sister, Isabel Johnstone, long time supporters of the charity have had a very successful fundraising weekend at Seahouses Methodist Church. On Saturday they held a coffee morning in miserable weather which…
Sponsorship costs £25 per month and this will provide your child with a quality education at a selected school, nutritious food and health care.
By the end of 2018, we had managed to find sponsors for over 350 children. All these children have been enrolled in schools that will give the best possible education. Half of these are being educated at our school at Bombo.
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