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to enable help for schools, training centers
as well as help for self-help
Enable long-term goals and predictability
through your project sponsorship
Help with a project sponsorship
to ensure permanent support
Become a project sponsor and give perspective.
By taking on a project sponsorship, you enable long-term and sustainable support for a project.
This can help many children equally and a whole community can benefit.
Our goal is always to have a positive and lasting influence on the quality of life of as many children as possible by improving their social environment.
Our investments flow into the improvement of the living situation, the hygienic framework conditions, in pure water and electricity, school construction and support through microcredits and workshops. With a sponsorship, you are part of our community with the aim of positively changing the lives of many people.
Project sponsorship means for you:
The possibility to support whole COMMUNITIES in the long term.
To positively influence the FUTURE of many people as part of a bigger whole.
The security of doing something SUSTAINABLE for many people.
Project sponsorship means for a community:
SUSTAINABILITY and long-term support for many people.
FUTURE PERSPECTIVE and predictability.
Permanent support and more STABILITY.
Possible project sponsorships
Stream of Life is all about sustainable and comprehensive development. The focus of our projects varies depending on the region and needs. There are many ways to help and include for instance the construction of school buildings and training centers, helping people to help themselves in the form of workshops and microcredits, as well as rebuilding important infrastructure after environmental disasters. Our trained and experienced cooperation partners on site are an important success factor.
Afrinena Children's VoiceKampala
The orphanage of Frank Mwesigwa and his wife Agnes is in the slums of Kampala. It has now established itself as a social institution and has become an important point of contact for many families. There the children get food, care and help with managing their school fees through sponsorships
For children, education is the only way out of poverty. It is therefore our goal to sustainably improve their living and education situation.
Newday Academy – school centerWakiso District
The Newday Academy project focuses on education as one of the most important factors in sustainable development and support. Together with our cooperation partner Joshua Magezi we are working on the gradual expansion of a school center with kindergarten / preschool, primary and secondary school.
The construction of the school does not only benefit the children, but also contributes significantly to the economic upgrading of the Wakiso District in which it is being built.
Bowa – education and medicineBowa
The small village of Bowa has neither electricity nor doctors and schools. It is located 30 km from the capital and whoever wants to go to school must go to a boarding school. However, so-called boarding schools are hardly affordable for the farmers.
We want to sustainably support the families in Bowa and enable their children to have a better future through education and medical care.
Island Kids Uganda – a home for orphansBugaba Island, Ssese Inseln
On Bugaba Island, one of the Ssese Islands in Lake Victoria, the foster mother Emily Nalukwago looks after around 60 orphans, of which we have already found sponsors for 22 children. Violent storms and floods have severely damaged the existing infrastructure.
We support Emily in rebuilding the infrastructure and finding sponsors for the children. The focus here is on environmentally friendly and sustainable aid that fits to the island’s ecosystem.
Rafiki – Defining DestinyMpigi
This project is all about the sustainable support of girls and women for the long-term improvement of their living conditions in Uganda. There is a lack of equal opportunities, especially in rural areas.
By means of various individual projects and educational work, we want to contribute to the permanent improvement of the living conditions of girls and women.
Our success stories
Transparency and openness are essential components of our association. Our success stories give an insight into how and where donations have been used successfully and have sustainably improved the living conditions of the children and families on site.
Afrinena – school bus
Important milestones in our project Afrinena were the procurement of an Afrinena bus for the children and the move to a new, larger house. By purchasing the bus, we could enable the children an admission in our Newday Academy.
Newday Academy – start of construction
The school’s new property was paid off in full and the groundbreaking ceremony could be carried out. The first construction progress was the construction of 4 classrooms, an office, a kitchen and a utility room. In the next step, they are provided with a roof, windows and doors and made rainproof. An ecological laboratory is also planned, as sustainability is one focus of the education at Newday Academy.
Rafiki – stalls and workshops
We have already been able to support several families by setting up various stalls for the sale of fruit and vegetables, charcoal, rice and beans. Workshops on how to make soap have also taken place and more on menstrual hygiene are planned for this year. Further goals for 2021 include workshops on health education to improve the hygienic framework in everyday life and the granting of microcredits and mentoring programs in small businesses.
Afrinena – homeschooling
During the lockdown, we could set up a homeschooling program. The children were regularly provided with assignments and teaching material, so the students do not have to be without lessons and at the same time the teachers’ income is secured.
Lockdown – emergency packages
The lockdown hit the population in Uganda hard. With the help of our donors, we were able to distribute around 1,000 food and hygiene packages to the families of our sponsored children, as well as the village of Bowa and the orphans from Bugaba Island.
“To give the children a better future, we have to ensure with our projects that they are embedded in a healthy and stable environment.”
Sigrid Reymaier | Sponsorship Officer Stream of Life