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Ugandan Children Go To Elementary School

Besides its focus on providing Biblical Education to remote pastors and Christians in Uganda, Christian Model Ministries is very activity in supporting children and paying for their schooling and other fees.

Two recent children, funded through efforts in Victoria BC, more specifically the Oak Bay Markets and Fall Fair fundraiser, are now enrolled and receiving primary schooling.

Nanyange Cissy is 9 years old, and parented by a single mother who works as a house maid. Cissy, along with Wilson, are now enrolled in school in Uganda. Cissy likes netball and skipping rope, and her favourite food is rice and meat.

Kimera Wilson is 10 years old, and is being taken care of by his aunt, as he lost both his mother and father to AIDs. His Aunt does not have a job, and helps her relatives from time to time.

Both children are very thrilled to be enrolled in Sam Iga Primary School in Uganda.

Richard Byamugisha, a CMM Team member and a school teacher at Sam Iga Primary School, sits with Kimera Wilson (boy on left side of picture) and Nanyange Cissy (girl on right side of picture).

Richard Byamugisha, a CMM Team member and a school teacher at Sam Iga Primary School, sits with Kimera Wilson (boy on left side of picture) and Nanyange Cissy (girl on right side of picture).

Richard Byamgisha, pictured above, is a CMM team member, a school teacher, and helps lead CMM’s support and care for children in Uganda.

Nanyange Cissy, a 9 year old girl, now attending Sam Iga Primary School.

Nanyange Cissy, a 9 year old girl, now attending Sam Iga Primary School.

There is a very big need in Uganda for schooling for the children, many in extreme poverty and many orphans.

The CMM staff is very grateful for the sponsorship of these children and other children under CMM’s care. It is very important for these children to get a proper education.

God bless you. Thank you for your interest, prayers, and support.

Cordially,
James DeGreef (blog poster)
One of Dan’s Canadian Friends

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