The children in Uganda are regularly infected with diseases and need medical care. In order to remedy this, we would like to vaccinate all children against the most common diseases: mumps, measles, rubella, hepatitis B, typhoid fever and yellow fever. For this purpose we have created a special project, which you can find under this link.
From the new year 2020, Peace’s Hope offers you to sponsor the children of the Sonrise Ministries. Many of our donors build a bond with the children over time, especially if they have already visited Uganda as part of our team. A lot of them wished to personally support these children, to finance their schooling or clothing directly. For this reason, we have decided to make this possible. Read more at this link!
Together with Amazon.Smile a new possibility has opened up to support Peace’s Hope. The program, which was created by Amazon, offers the possibility to give 0.5% of the price of qualified purchases to a social organization chosen by the customer. Peace’s Hope e.V. can now also be selected as such an organization. Simply enter the keyword “Hope” in the search line to find and select us as an organization. Thank you very much for your support!
We would like to thank all supporters of this year’s Christmas project! With your help we were able to give Christmas presents to all Sonrise children, as well as to the children of the caregivers. In addition, some money could be used to buy some items of urgent need for each house. The money from the big pot will be used for Christmas presents for the caregivers and Sonrise staff, as well as for the families in Masese. In the name of the Peace’s Hope Team, the Sonrise Ministries Team and all the children a big THANK YOU!
Paul travelled with our team to Uganda on 18 October 2019. He will stay 2 months with our dear friends of the Sonrise Ministries. After the last team left on November 30, 2019, Paul will report when he has experienced something special. So we can follow the development of the children and the progress of our projects over a long period of time. Read about his experiences here: 9 December 2019 The kids had their casting for the Lion King last Friday and presented a few sentences of the characters that they applied for. We have a total of 35 participants. As I am out sick with flu, I will have some time to think about who will be the future king, to invent some new characters and to write the script. 5 December 2019 Today was the first day of vacation for the Kamuli kids. AfterWeiterlesen / Continue reading
Here we will again report what our team experienced on our trip from 18 October 2019 to 30 November 2019, which tasks we had in Uganda and how your donations were used. What is new this year is that this time the diary will not only be written by one person, but that every traveler will report from his perspective. We wish you a lot of fun reading. 30 November 2019 (Gabi): I surprise the team with the fact that I receive them at the airport. I am very happy to see the three of them enjoying their past experiences so much. Tired, but with beautiful memories, everyone is now on their way home. 29 November 2019 (Giulia): For our last day in Uganda we saved something very special. After we said goodbye to the Baby home, we drove to Wakikoola. The students of the Mirembe School received theirWeiterlesen / Continue reading
Dear supporters of Peace’s Hope, we would like to thank you very much. Thanks for your help, all children have found a donor for their Christmas presents! At short notice two more children have been added to the Baby Home, which we will update on the project page in the next two days. It would be nice if we could also find donors for the two of them.
The first team, led by Heidi, has landed safely in Uganda. The next two weeks Petra, Eszter, Wafa, Zuzana, Charline, Heidi, Paul, Fra and Miriam will talk about their experiences! You are welcome to browse our diary every day to find out what the team experiences in Jinja, Wakikoola and Kamuli. Here is the link to the diary!
A new farm project could be started this year on the pig farm of the Children’s Home. The project aims to enable families from the community to set up their own small pig farm. Sonrise lends some piglets, which are raised by the families to generate afterwards new generation, which remains then finally with the families. Further information can be found on our project page of the farm.