Reponse Elisha was born in December 2020 with HIV/Aids. Due to hardship of life the mother started taking alcohol and having so many partners . Therefore she finds her self pregnant without knowing the father of the kid. Unfortunately the result also came when she's HIV Positive. Although NDC is giving them Counseling sessions and some basic needs, Reponse Elisha together with the mother are going through a hard time they need more helpFacebook Instagram
Beyond the 4 areas of intervention (Education, Health, Trauma Healing and Live hood), NDC staff provide relief to his beneficiaries.
While gathering children under program and their host families or parents for sensitization on the value of education, staff is distributing non food items to both (children and parents).
New Dawn Charity is supporting a number of 150 vulnerable children at Mahane Primary school in Rwamwanja setllement camp. This children are among many others supported by NDC in other school in the same camp.
According to NDC plan each child will need at least 100$ us to cover school fees, feeding, school items and any other relief for one year.
NDC is still requesting whoever wants to asst any of these children to contact us on our
New Dawn Charity encourage his beneficiaries to use their talent in their community. Zabayo is demonstrating her talent of singing and dancing among other singers in church. This is how she value herself and motivate the church.
She is struggling now on how to cover her financial needs(lotion, clothes, pads...)
Church of God at Mahane is one of our partner where some of our beneficiaries are demonstrating their talents and serving God.
Neema Devine is a 12 year old girl battling with a very dangerous illness known as Macrocephaly. She was abandoned by her daddy when she was still 9years old due to lack of money that was needed by the hospital to combat the unusual illness. And because of the ongoing instabilities in The Democratic Republic Of Congo, the mother fled to Uganda together with her where they live as refugees in Rwamwanja refugee resettlement camp. Life in the camp isn't at all easy and the mother does not only struggle for food but mostly with the situation of her daughter.
Although Neema receives Counseling and same other basic needs from NDC but she still needs help for the operation which is 25.000$.
NDC together with Neema are calling upon people with a good heart to support her raise that amount in order to get treatment.