The order of the things in this world is funny, right? Children do not choose where to be born, but some still have to struggle with the misery that they find in their settings. As some of us, I am also striving to bring justice to these children with the least resource that I have, my time. This summer (July 2018), I am going to volunteer to Uganda Hands for Hope, an NGO which supports education/health-wise underprivileged children from Namuwongo, the 2nd biggest slum in Kampala. It is an honour for me to work with them, and I would like to be able to assist the children and the families financially during my stay here, hence this fundraising. In addition, I am fundraising for this trip because I would like to fully participate in the community of Namuwongo by being able to help to solve any the problems I am sure I will find there. I believe in the big impact that Uganda Hands for Hope is making in the slums of Kampala, and I hope that you will help me also contribute to that through your input.
Here is a link showing the work of UHfH in Namuwongo.