Birthday: June 22, 2005
Grade: Primary, Level 4
Pauline (“Polly”) came to Awinjo House on January 27th, 2014. She has a mother and a father in poor condition, four siblings, and their family has taken in four additional orphans. They could not feed all of them adequately or pay school fees in a good idm 6.25 keygen school, so Polly and her sister Sheila Angel have come to live at Awinjo House. Also, we have hired Polly’s mother (Mama Leah) as the cook for Awinjo House to increase the family’s income.
Polly is very well behaved, does great in school, and sets a good overall example for the other children at Awinjo. In fact, she wants to be in the ministry when she gets older, and sometimes the other children even affectionately refer to her as “Pastor Polly.”
If you would like to sponsor Polly for just $36/mo, please click the Sponsor button below to access Polly’s personal giving page. And 100% of the money that you give will be used to provide Polly with:
Thank you for your interest in Polly and all of the children at Awinjo House. Without your encouragement, prayers, and financial support, this ministry could not exist to raise orphaned and vulnerable children to love and serve Jesus in Uganda.
Age: 8 Birthday: August 1, 2008 Grade: Primary, Level 3 Sheila Angel came to Awinjo House on January 27, 2014. Sheila’s mother married at about 11 or 12 years of age, produced 5 children, and then her husband died. She has little land, little income, and her grass thatched house fell down. We helped her... (Read more)
Age: 16 Birthday: August 16, 2001 Grade: Secondary, Level 1 Tabisa Cukcbiri is 16, and came to live at Awinjo House on July 23, 2016. Tabisa’s parents are extremely poor and sent her to live with her aunt, who is also the wife of the local witch doctor in Tororo. Tabisa was seriously abused by... (Read more)
Age: 9 Birthday: 2007 Grade: Primary, Level 2 Mercy Nyachwo came to Awinjo House on August 12, 2014. Her father died around 2008, and her mother has had many husbands, drinks heavily, and does not consistently care for all of her children. Mercy and her siblings were having to stay with a poor grandmother and... (Read more)