to improve the health, education and welfare of people suffering through disease, war and poverty in Uganda.
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Pearl of Africa Child Careis a UK based charity whose main activity is raising funds for the six schools and homes run by the Molly and Paul Child Care Foundation – a Ugandan non-government organisation which provides education, food, shelter and healthcare to orphaned and destitute children in the Kampala and Masaka districts.
To improve the health, education and welfare of people suffering through disease, war and poverty in Uganda.
– advance the education of families – provide resources for schools – support children through their education – provide resources and education to improve health, nutrition & Care – promote and encourage sustainable projects.
Who we are:
The charity is run by a board of trustees and supported by a number of volunteers across the UK.
Anyone can apply to be a member and we are always looking for new volunteers to share their skills.
If you are interested please contact us – We’d Love to hear from you!
Ensuring the projects we support have the potential to be sustainability is one of our key goals and the Farm School at Kamunzinda plays a vital role in not only educating the next generation of farmers from rural villages but also providing food to the children living in the homes and attending the schools.
If you would like more information on how you can support our Farm School project please send us a message :) if not definitely check out the video below. ... See MoreSee Less
Half of the world's poorest people have something in common: they're small farmers. In this eye-opening talk, activist Andrew Youn shows how his group, One Acre Fund, is helping these farmers lift themselves out of poverty by delivering to them life-sustaining farm services that are already in use a...
The team from Richard Lander School are still working hard in Kamuzinda and we love reading the updates of the incredible projects they are completing for our partners The Molly and Paul Foundation.
Although we cannot organise volunteer trips to Uganda, we would be more than happy to provide guidance, advice and support on how you could have an incredible adventure with your school. ... See MoreSee Less
Words by Lowenna John Photos by Luke Thorpe Today we got up a lot earlier than usual (7:30am) to have breakfast and change into much smarter clothes than our painting ones. Once everyone was ready we set off on our 20min walk to Victory Church, Kamuzinda. On the way we saw some of the children in the town from the Molly and Paul village waving to us. [ 493 more words. ]
..and so they keep rehearsing ready for their arrival into Morpeth on Thursday 15 September. The rest of the tour dates can be seen below.
Monday 3rd October - Scarborough Monday 17th October - Shrewsbury Monday 7th November - Lancashire Monday 14th November - Kidderminster
Leaving the UK on Tuesday 29th November. We are disappointed that we won't be travelling further south this year. We are looking for more volunteers in the south and so if you would be willing to help arrange part of the tour in 2017 please get in touch with us. ... See MoreSee Less
Although we cannot arrange volunteering trips, there are lots of opportunities with The Molly and Paul Foundation. This week pupils from Richard Lander School who are incredible supporters have arrived in Kamunzida and as you can see from the photos they have set straight to work.
If you work in a secondary school and/or would like to organize a volunteer trip to Uganda please send us a message and we will be able to signpost you in the right direction.