Help me for only 1 Euro per Day!
With a 30 euro monthly donation a child can:
- Attend school and learn employment skills
- Be given nutritious meals
- Receive medical care
- Have a loving and safe home
I was found alone on the street as a two-year-old.
I do not know where my parents are.
I live with a foster mother who can not afford the school.
Please help me with a sponsorship!
My father left us. My mother can just feed me and
my two siblings on her meager income.
I would love to go to school and learn.
Please help me with a sponsorship!
Success story Sponsorship
Proud Afrinena kids going to Masajja High School
Become a sponsor and give a child in Uganda Hope.
Our goal is to directly and sustainably influence the quality of life of children, by improving their socio-economic environment. We promote the building of schools, day cares, clinics and other facilities that improve the lives of underprivileged children in Uganda.
We concentrate our resources primarily on the most desperate of cases – mostly orphaned or abandoned children.
Through sound education and training, a sound diet, access to medical care and of course the love of a family we create the conditions for self-confidence and growth and allow for the opportunity for an entire nation to change.
What sponsorship means for you:
TRANSPARENCY and a personal relationship with your chosen child!
To experience the growth and DEVELOPMENT of a child first hand.
The security of doing something MEANINGFUL for a child.
What sponsorship means for a child:
A LIFE with more friends, hope and love.
A LIFE with a future and prospects.
A LIFE in which they are no longer alone.
These children have individual dreams – and often no possibility of achieving them.
Stream of Life wants to help! Contribute with a 30 euro per month sponsorship.
Irene was born in 2012. She was found on the street and taken to a government facility.
Where Irene’s parents are is unknown. Now she is with a foster mother who lives near Afrinena Children’s Voice. She has not only the responsibility for Irene, but also for other children. Since she receives very little money from the state, she has problems caring for all children and can not send them to school.
Emmanuel was born in 2013. Left by his father, he is the oldest of three children. His mother is a single parent. She is working but the income is just enough to rent the little hut and provide a little food for her family of four.
She can not afford school fees for her children. The children spend the days in the slums and have no chance to escape poverty. For Emmanuel, the eldest, it would be something special to find a godmother or godparent.
Joseph was born in 2015. His father, like so many men in Africa, left his family. Joseph lives with his mother in a tiny hut on a small piece of land where they grow vegetables.
His mother owns a small stall where she sells her self-grown tomatoes. However, the income is too low to meet the daily needs of the small family. Joseph really wants to go to school, but they do not have any money for the school fees.
Sozi was born in 2012. Left behind by his father, Sozi lives with his mother, who sells her home-grown vegetables at a small stall. The vegetables are grown on a small piece of land in front of their hut.
With the money she earns she can just pay the rent – school fees are not affordable for them. Sozi would now be in Primary grade 2. His humble career aspiration is to be a toilet cleaner. This was his father’s job before he left the small family.
Patience was born in 2009. Patience has no father and lives with her mother. Her mother is, like most single women, very poor. Moreover, the mother can find no work and both live off their environment and donations.
Patience wants to go to school and not hang around in the slums all day. She is a child who wants to study but has no money for the school. She could go back to Primary grade 5, which she had to interrupt when her father disappeared. She is very eager to learn and would like to become a farmer.
John Paul was born in 2008. His father disappeared when he was in kindergarten. His mother is employed as a cook in a school. She has two more children and brings them to work with her. Unfortunately she earns so little that she is not able to care for all three children. She sent John Paul to live with his grandmother but he spends most of his time on the street.
He is very communicative and would like to go to school. He wants to become a teacher. The Country needs teachers with a good education. Without an education, he will probably stay on the streets and his future is hopeless.
Nalugoye was born in 2011. She is a needy girl. She still has both parents but lives alone with her mother. Her father is looking for another woman without children.
Nalugoye was expelled from school for financial reasons. She wants to go back to school. Her friends are there and she gets two hot meals daily. Nalugoye would be in Primary grade 2 in the next school year.
Christabell was born in 2008. Her father had an accident and is bedridden. He is cared for by Christabell’s grandmother. Her mother has no work and does not care about the family.
Christabell did not want to continue living in poverty and decided to start somewhere alone. She wants, like so many children in the slums, only one thing: to go to school. But she has no one to help her.
Catherine was born in 2009. She lives with her mother. Her father moved to a job in a remote area half a year ago. He did not return. Her mother sells vegetables on the roadside of the main street in Kampala.
When her father left the family, Catherine was kicked out of school. She would be in Primary grade 7 next year. She is a very calm girl and is afraid of the future.