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It took a little while to get things together since UK donors kindly raised the money for us to buy some pigs – but now they have arrived and have moved into their new pig house! And so Child of Hope's launch into pig farming begins!

It took a little while to get things together since UK donors kindly raised the money for us to buy some pigs – but now they have arrived and have moved into their new pig house! And so Child of Hope's launch into pig farming begins!

It took a little while to get things together since UK donors kindly raised the money for us to buy some pigs – but now they have arrived and have moved into their new pig house! And so Child of Hope's launch into pig farming begins!

It took a little while to get things together since UK donors kindly raised the money for us to buy some pigs – but now they have arrived and have moved into their new pig house! And so Child of Hope's launch into pig farming begins!

New video and news round up for you

Have you seen our latest news round up? If not, click the link and see what's been going on in our newly finished school!

It's not just Children from the Ugandan slum that we help...here's the story about a 73 year old Grand-Mother

There is no support system in Uganda to help the poorest children get the most out of their education (actually there is no effective social services in the country whatsoever). So, if there are significant problems at home (for example, a lone parent is critically ill, the family is kicked out of their rented hut, or the child is suffering abuse/neglect at home) then clearly that child will not be able to concentrate on their studies

This 6 year-old lad – one of our younger pupils – was beaten up for feeding his youngest brother too early… by his alcoholic mother. It turns out this happens almost daily, so our welfare team has organised for him to spend some time staying in our children’s home.