Praise is one of the beneficiaries of the Wind of Hope Initiative. When she was young, she contracted acute malaria and lost one of her arms to amputation. She is also an orphan. Despite her setbacks, Praise’s story is far from over. She is now a student at Mary Queen of Peace school where she is given a home, as well as an education.
What we’re up against
- Limited access to education
- Lack of clean water
- Lack of clothing and other basic needs
- HIV infected and affected families
What we’ve done so far to make a difference
Wind of Hope has worked to improve the quality of life in communities in Uganda. We focus on all the needs of the human person: physical, psychological, and spiritual.
Wind of Hope provides for the basic needs of children and their families. We give food, clothing, salt, and soap.
So far, we have installed two 1000 liter water tanks for use in communities with difficulty accessing safe water. We hope to install more with your help.
WOH helps to maintain schools in Busiriba sub-county, Kanini Village, Kyamuhunga Village, and the Sheema District in Uganda. Because every child deserves to be empowered by education, WOH also provides tuition to orphans and children from low-income families.
WOH has started a farm where children can learn modern farming skills to build a better future for themselves. The proceeds from the farm are channeled right back into their school tuitions, and the animals are given to families in need.
WOH has built several schools for the communities we serve. We are currently working to build a new school and vocational center.