Five years ago today Megan and @markwalters_ had a class shot with the original 15 children taught by them in the catch-up class. We now have a full team of qualified, Ugandan teachers, trainers, social workers and health staff, who continue to work hard enabling families in #Uganda to realise their potential towards living a self-sufficient life.
11 of these children are part of the 36 children who are now sponsored into a school in the city by @hflkatanga
Outside the burnt out shell of her house, Mamma Phildausi persists with earning a sustainable income for her an her family of 9, despite a fire in the home 2 weeks ago today.
Keep an eye out for a video coming to the Hope for Life #Katanga Facebook page this evening as I walk and talk you through the home to give you a better idea of the damage caused.
Here's Jocelyn showing off the dress and jacket that she has just made in our #livelihoods #training #class#kickstartacareer "I wanted to learn #tailoring so I could run my #electrical#business and work earning money with a #sewing machine at the same time". Read more of Jocelyn's story from our website... http://www.hopeforlifekatanga.com/blog/ksac-jocelyns-trainingRead More