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St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund
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The St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund is a
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A photo essay from our June newsletter
Ian's father was taken to the mental hospital and the boy
found himself homeless.  Read about his plight and
the struggling family who adopted him.
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The Origin of the St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund
Meet Peter & Sharon Georges and hear the story of
their ministry to AIDS orphans and vulnerable children in
the slums of Kampala.  This summer they will be giving
illustrated presentations in Auburn, NY, Norfolk, VA,
Portland, OR, Memphis, TN, and Pittsburgh, PA.
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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.
A new report released by Save the Children, a
nongovernmental organisation, has revealed that millions of
children in Uganda are still out of school, dying before their
fifth birthday, showing stunted growth and at risk of violence
or harmful practices such as child marriage or child labour.
Millions of Ugandan Children Still Struggling
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"One in five children are still out of primary school and
enrolment for other states of education is even lower.  Only
28% of children get to attend secondary school and only
13.4% are enrolled in vital pre-primary education."
A child takes a nap on the streets of Kampala.