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A monthly gift by Direct Debit is quick to set up and will change a child’s life forever.

£25 a month could ensure a child like Diana gets the education that will increase their skills and life chances. Diana was ecstatic when she was able to enrol in school for the first time.

£25 a month could cover the cost of school fees, uniforms, jumpers, shoes, text books, pens and pencils for one child.  Set up a gift now.

          £50 a month        

£50 a month will have a huge impact in Kampala, you’re donation could give a whole family support – ensuring children can go to school and their guardian gains the skills she needs to improve her earning potential, regain control of her life and give the children in her care a better start in life.

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          £15 a month         akram_fatuma_sunflowers-595x893£15 a month could buy soil, seeds, tools and training for guardian like Fatuma so she can learn to grow food for the children in her care.

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          £10 a month         Teddy awamu social enterprise£10 a month could help a mum or guardian like Teddy to gain skills that will improve their earning potential and a small start up loan to get her business off the ground so she can regain control over her life and look after her family.

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         £5 a month   fiona-Nakazwe-595x396 copy£5 a month could help us give children little extras that will make a huge difference like supplying the older girls with washable sanitary towels so they don’t have to miss school or our vital sexual reproductive health and peer counselling session so children can learn how about their rights and protect themselves.

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Can’t commit right now? Why not make a one off donation and we’ll keep you up to date one how your support is helping.

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We’ve very few overheads so a little goes a long way.

Awamu is a UK registered CIC no. 7818944 working with women in the poorest slums of Kampala to change the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children in their families and community.

 

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