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Let's see what Ugandan 🇺🇬 children receive at their Compassion centers.

 

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At a Compassion center in the big city of Kampala, sponsored kids follow their teacher in dances and songs about Jesus.

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These kids go to a Compassion center in the small village of Bufumbo.

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Children who live in this neighborhood in the city of Kampala go to a Compassion center nearby. Their neighborhood has no safe places to play. Most homes in the area are close together and don’t have yards. So some kids play near dangerous ditches that fill with water and trash when it rains.

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When the kids go to their Compassion center, they get the chance to play in a clean, safe area. The church that runs the center has lots of fun games for the children.

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Kids at the Kampala center also eat yummy food, learn songs about Jesus and play musical instruments in a band. The band is special because the children’s families can’t afford their own instruments.

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These sisters live in a village called Lira. They get water for bathing and cooking from this hole. It is by the hut where they live with their grandma. They can safely drink the water if they boil it to kill germs first. Since one sister became sponsored, Compassion is working to help the girls get clean water.

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At a Compassion center in Lira, sponsored children eat nutritious food and drink clean water. This cook is making porridge for the children’s mid-morning snack. After that, she’ll prepare their lunch.

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The center has classes to teach sponsored kids skills for future jobs. While these children learn to bake, others study computers, sewing and mechanics. Tutors at the center also teach children about the Bible.

At a Compassion center in the big city of Kampala, sponsored kids follow their teacher in dances and songs about Jesus.

These kids go to a Compassion center in the small village of Bufumbo.

Children who live in this neighborhood in the city of Kampala go to a Compassion center nearby. Their neighborhood has no safe places to play. Most homes in the area are close together and don’t have yards. So some kids play near dangerous ditches that fill with water and trash when it rains.

When the kids go to their Compassion center, they get the chance to play in a clean, safe area. The church that runs the center has lots of fun games for the children.

Kids at the Kampala center also eat yummy food, learn songs about Jesus and play musical instruments in a band. The band is special because the children’s families can’t afford their own instruments.

These sisters live in a village called Lira. They get water for bathing and cooking from this hole. It is by the hut where they live with their grandma. They can safely drink the water if they boil it to kill germs first. Since one sister became sponsored, Compassion is working to help the girls get clean water.

At a Compassion center in Lira, sponsored children eat nutritious food and drink clean water. This cook is making porridge for the children’s mid-morning snack. After that, she’ll prepare their lunch.

The center has classes to teach sponsored kids skills for future jobs. While these children learn to bake, others study computers, sewing and mechanics. Tutors at the center also teach children about the Bible.

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