In Kosovo as a community, there are many children who are unable to join school simply because their parents cannot afford school fees. As 92hands, we were able to identify two kids that have never gone to school and we decided to support them by sending them back to school.
In the slum Of Kosovo where population is mostly children, people go through life boggling situations. The children are raised by torn families mostly single mothers and guardians.Due to mass poverty, the children of Kosovo are very disadvantaged as their families cannot provide them with all basics. The families normally choose between education and meals. The kids going to school normally make it on an empty tummy and without scholastic materials.
This year we focused more on the Local Donors, and we organized a Charity Concert called Share Love Concert where we headlined Levixone one of the founders of 92hands a well known gospel artistes in Uganda, the concert took place at Royal Suites Bugolobi - the concert was really successful though we dint get the targeted amount of money we wanted for Feeding
Before the walls were falling in, rain water was flowing in, the cold was unbearable. Mbabazi and her 7 kids were going through all this because she could not afford to repair her broken house. The wise builders from 92hands.org changed all this on Sunday by renovating her house and providing a warm shelter for Mbabazi and her kids. Great thanks goes to all of you who came to add a Brick and our partners Arise and Dance on it #WiseBuilders 92hands.org #LivingtoServe
The 92hands team completed delivering school supplies to kids in Kosovo last Thursday. We completed this event by visiting Treasured Kids Kindergarten, Lungujja Infant school and God's Will Primary school. The final number of children served was 316. We thank God who was able to provide abundantly, far above what we had expected. The kids of Kosovo and the 92hands team thank everyone for their financial partnership and time.
Kosovo is a slum area in Uganda, it has quite a big population compared to its setting. People in Kosovo carry out various economic activities like trade selling stalks, fetching water, washing clothes basically people in this area are low income earners and its pretty hard for them to meet all their needs.
On Monday Feb 1st 2016, We purchased scholastic materials in bulk to bless many needy children in their community. These supplies where then delivered to families around the neighborhood that could not afford basic school requirements for their kids. Before noon, the team was distributing books, pens, pencils, rulers, and math sets. By the end of the day we had
Through the our community out- reach program we identified a family of 8 living in a house with no walls, their house was washed away by heavy rains and Jessica a single mother of 7 children could not afford to build a new house. For Jessica and her 7 children this was home.