For a long time the donation project “water well” has been running and finally the construction could be started. With the purchase of a plot of land in Jinja and the construction of the new Baby Home, the water supply can now be secured by building a groundwater well. Many thanks to all donors who supported the project!
Capital city: Kampala System of government: Republic Area: 241,551 km² Population: 34.9 millions The aim of Sonrise Ministries in Uganda is to provide a safe home for orphaned and abused children in which they can grow up physically, psychologically and emotionally cared for. The organisation consists of five different departments. On the one hand there are the following three different homes. First the Sonrise Baby’s Home currently taking care for 40 babies at the age of 0 to 4 years. Second the Sonrise Children’s Home currently taking care for 67 children from the age of 4 and third the Mirembe Cottage of Street Girls with currently 34 girls aged 4 to 20. On the other hand there is also the Sonrise Children’s Choir consisting of children from all three homes, children from the local community as well as the Sonrise parish itself.Weiterlesen / Continue reading
In September 2020, we started drilling at the new Sonrise Baby Home site. The timing could not have been more perfect. It allowed us to connect the new homes directly to the well. The project has now been completed. You can find the description of the project below: In Uganda it happens again and again that disproportionately high bills are made for water. Unfortunately, the suppliers do not even stop at orphanages. By means of a deep well, which will be equipped with a solar-powered pump and a filter system, the Baby Home will be able to obtain clean water from the groundwater completely independently in the future. This would be another important and sustainable contribution to becoming as self-sufficient as possible and being able to use the money saved in this way for other purposes. The total project sum is about 19,900 Euros. 11,650 Euros were collected before theWeiterlesen / Continue reading