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TMI EDUCATE PROGRAM 

Since 1998, TMI has fully sponsored the education of
580 children 

Select a Child

Why Sponsor a Child? Click to  Find out 

Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Male 

 

Caleb is raised by a single mother who works at a job that pays her too little to be able to afford education for son. 

He loves to play football with his friends

My mum died a year after i was born and my dad died 2 years after.
My aunt decided to look after
us, she fries cassava
on the roadside and barely
makes enough.We crump up
in a small one room in the ghettos and it floods
and gets into the
house

Kalyesubula is raised by a
single mum who suffered
a stroke in 2019 that left her paralyzed and
unable to do anything. 

My Info

My Info

My Info

Hi! I'm Mukisa

9yrs Old

Hi! I,m Kalyesubula

9yrs Old

Hi! I'm Kalungi

9yrs Old

Javia has cerebral palsy.
She cant walk, talk or do
anything. Her mother
has other children but she
doesn’t work because she
stays home to look after
Javia. Your help will enroll
her in a home that has other children like her, so mummy
canwork and also come visit
her whenever she wants.

My Info

My Info

Hi! I'm Babirye

8yrs Old

Hi! I'm Nakitope

9yrs Old

Nakitope is raised by a single
mother who is struggling 
earning less than $15 per 
month.Only enough for their
basic needs.
There father abandoned them.

 

Hi! I'm Javia

9yrs Old

Nakitope is raised by 
a single mother who earns
less than $15 a month so 
she can't afford to take her 
to school.
They stay in the ghettos
of Kampala 

My Info

Hi! I'm Trinah

Hi! I'm Amooti

Hi! I'm Kihembo

5yrs Old

My Info

6 yrs old

My Info

5yrs Old

My Info

My mum died a year after i wasborn and my dad died 2 years after.My aunt decided to look after us, she fries cassava on the roadside and barely makes enough.
We crump up in a smallone room in the ghettos and it floods and gets into the house

Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Male 

 

Mukisa is an orphan.

He lost both his parents at 2 years old. 

He lives in one of Uganda's ghettos with his siblings.

Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Female

Kalyesubula is a child to a single mother who suffered a stroke that left her unable to move.

With her mum unable to work, she will not be able to afford her education.

Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Female

Javia has cerebral palsy. Her 

mother has stayed home everyday to look after her, leaving her unemployed and unable to look after her other children. 

With your help we can enroll Javia in a home for kids like her

Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Female

Nakitope is a child to a single mother who fries roadside food for a living.

She doesn't make enough for a daily meal, and their house is badly affected by floods 

making her work even harder

Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Female

Babirye's father was locked up in priison for 20 years and with this record, finding work is impossible

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Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Female

Trinah is an orphan.

She lost both her parents at 2 years old. 

She lives in one of Uganda's ghettos with her siblings.

Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Female

Kihembo is physically impaired. She can walk and write but with so much pain and difficulty.

She loves painting and singing and with your help. We will enroll her into a home for children like her

Kalungi is raised by a single
mother who works as
a cleaner and earns less
than 30 dollars monthly.
. The father
abandoned her and the
children. Kalungi loves
football 

Sex: Female

Amooti stays with her grandmother that is struglling to make ends meet 

WHY SPONSOR A CHILD NOW?

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UGANDA

For God and My Country

46 million population

50% below 15 years old

Capital City : Kampala

Currency     : Shillings (ugx)

Africa

Uganda, which is located in East Africa, has one of the continent's fastest-growing economies and home to the friendliest population. Almost 55% of Ugnada's population is below the age of 16 makng it one of the world's youngest countries.

 

However, Uganda is still recovering from conflicts and High HIV/ AIDS prevalence which left most of its citizens drenched in poverty and orphaned many of the children. The illiteracy rate spiked in this time and now stands at 40% and the way of living is not one any human being should go through.  Right now, more young are getting educated and beating the vicious cycle of poverty.

Since 1998, TMI has been helping Ugandan children and has educated over 600 children . Today, make a difference by sponsoring a child in Uganda for $38 per month.

HOW SPONSORSHIP WORKS

SELECT A CHILD 

WRITE TO EACH OTHER 

STAY UPDATED 

Every child has a unique story. Find out about them first, and select the one you feel most connected too. Each child has had their situation analyzed by the TMI team and the conclusion is that they all equally need the help. The decision for who you want to help is upto you.

At TMI, the kids know it as Mail Time. It's our way of keeping in touch and feeling connected even when we are so far apart. Your child will write to you every year and tell you about their life,  culture, favorite hobbies, happy and sad moments and  seal in an envelope and include pictures too. 

Each year, we carry out home visits to keep you updated on all vital details about the child such as liing condition, spiritual life, behaviorial changes and family details so you can be apart of their growth, celebrate the highest moments  and help them through the low moments.

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