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KiM Support Uganda Foundation (KSUF) Limited

Kenya's Emergency Food Project by Justine Toroitich Kurui

Without food, no live is possible

Help Support Education Orphanages, schools ,and schools that support orphanages, are not supported by the government. The pupils are required to pay tuition to attend school. Out of the tuition, the director has to pay rent, food for the children, the teachers’ salaries, and the school materials. But, the fact is that because of limited income opportunities, the money that is budgeted to pay for school tuition is usually spent for food and so, by the end of the month there is no money and no food. The more orphans the school supports, the greater the demand for money and donations.

Your help is needed!

Micheal Kisegerwa
Micheal Kisegerwa
I am 28 years old, I was born on 14.04.1990 in Rubaga, Uganda. My parents died, I lived with my Grandma. After she died in 2009 I stayed at the house. It is just one room. I finished NKUMBA UNIVERSITY with a degree of Bachelor of Procurement and Logistic Management (B.PLM) 2008-2011. Fighting my situation, I met Mr. Volker Glienke on facebook and he showed me, that it is time to change my life and to start "Thinking Big!" We started a new project: KiM Support Uganda Foundation (KSUF) Limited, not only changing my life, but changing our situation in Uganda.

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