to improve the health, education and welfare of people suffering through disease, war and poverty in Uganda.
************* Please Donate £3 by texting the words…CARE38£3 ….to the number70070……and support 2000 Children in the Molly & Paul Childcare Foundation……….Text ……… CARE38£3 ………..to 70070 *******
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!
"One child. One Teacher. One Book & One Pen can change the world" [Malala Yousafzai]
On #InternationalWomensDay we introduce Auntie Molly who had the belief that all children who want to go to school, should go to school. For the last 33 years thousands of children from some of the poorest areas in Uganda have received a second chance because of the Molly and Paul Foundation. ... See MoreSee Less
"The best teachers are those who show you were to look, but don't tell you what to see" [Alexandra K Trenfor]
Auntie Catherine is headmistress of Wheeling Elementary School, Kampala where every year we hear reports of exceptional exam results. Many children in the choir have and continue to attend Wheeling. #internationalwomensday ... See MoreSee Less
"When my mother died, I lost hope but then I came back at school and told my story to the head teacher so that they allowed me to study. I thank god that am now in school but pray day and night for my mother to return to me. Beside that, there are some things I need in life and at this moment no one can provide them to me, above all we need sanitary towels because I go into my period every month but I lack pads to use, and I cannot go to school without them. This same problem affects other fellow girls, where by we miss a lot when we have not attended classes. Thank you for all the support you give to our school to help the girls like me stay in school. I believeI will make it and become a lawyer in the future." [Norah - Kamunzinda Children’s Village 2014]
"Here's to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them." [Unknown] Introducing Annet, Principle of Nazarene High School and Kamunzinda Children's Village. #internationalwomensday ... See MoreSee Less