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The St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund is a
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A photo essay from our June newsletter
Read about the precarious living conditions in the squalid
slums of Kampala and our remarkable and courageous children
who rise above them and become academic stars.  
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When Kevin brought Ian home from spending a rainy night
under a car in a neighboring parking lot, Joyce's family of six was
sleeping on two single beds and a hunk of foam on the floor.   
Read more . . .
A bed for three boys.
The World Bank has issued a report that demonstrates
the close relationships that exist between child marriage,
teen pregnancy and the low level of education reached
by large numbers of Ugandan girls.  The report shows
that both child marriage and early childbearing are major
factors forcing girls to drop out of school.
Educating Girls: A Way of Ending Child
Marriage and Teenage Pregnancy
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"As many as three in ten Ugandan girls have their first child
before their 18th birthday; more than a third marry before the
age of 18. In turn, both child marriage and early childbearing
lead girls to drop out of school prematurely."
Secondary school girls in the Physics lab.
Meet Peter & Sharon Georges and hear the story of their ministry to
AIDS orphans and vulnerable children in the slums of Kampala.  
Please consider inviting them to speak at your church or organization
in 2019.  They are available from June through August.