|St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund
P.O. Box 285
Chardon, OH 44024
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Uganda Children's Fund. All rights reserved.
The St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund is a
registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
All donations are tax deductible.
|The Slums of Kampala
|August Email Update
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|Where Our Children Live - A Photo Essay
|Children who have not been in school for a year or more are the
truly needy that we exist to serve. Read about our priorities and
how these students perform when they return to school.
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|The Origin of the St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund
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|Our mission is to educate children whose families are
among the poorest of the poor. Here are some pictures
of the environment in which they live.
|See more . . .
|Divine and Desire at home
|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.
Dates are available from July through August.
|Neo-Colonialism and Reproductive Health
|This is an important article written by Obianuju Ekeocha, a
Nigerian woman and biomedical scientist. She explains how
wealthy Western nations, powerful institutions, NGOs, and private
foundations plan and propose ideologically-driven projects that
have not been requested by the African people and are in direct
conflict with traditional African cultural views and values.
From the article: "Ideological neo-colonialism is a form of
injustice which strips people of their dignity while masquerading
as a helping hand." "The donors . . . see the developing world
as a cultural vacuum to be filled with their ideas, or fallow
land to be cultivated with their ideologies."