Nurture Africa Child Support Project
See how your sponsorship works, and how your contribution can assist to provide a child with a brighter future....
Nurture Africa's "child-centred" approach to long term sustainable development in Uganda is focused upon providing vulnerable children and their parents/guardians with:
Access to healthcare in order to alleviate suffering, improve health status' and ultimately save lives; whilst also providing education and support for expectant and young mothers regarding the welfare of their child/children.
Support families in the provision food, shelter and clothing in order to protect their own well-being and strengthen their communities through the Nurture Africa Sustainable Livelihoods Project.
Access to education from primary to third level, in order to enable vulnerable children to create their own future and use education as a tool to lift themselves out of poverty.
This contribution will be used to provide vitally nutritious food to a HIV infected child on the Nurture Africa healthcare project. A healthy diet, along with medical treatment/care is of great importance in order to maintain/regain stronger immunity levels and live a long and healthier life.
This contribution will be used to enable a vulnerable child or orphan to access education. You will pay for school fees, food at lunchtime and some scholistic materials. At the end of each school year, you will receive a school report, photograph and letter from your sponsored child.
This contribution will be used to pay for the medical costs of a vulnerable child (Primary healthcare and/or HIV services) within the Nurture Africa health centre. Through this contribution you will pay for treatment & medication for illnesses such as HIV, malaria, TB, measles and pneumonia.
Our concept is simple...... One donation, each month to help change a child's life in Uganda
To sign up, please download the pledge form here: Nurture Africa Child Support Pledge Form complete it and return it to:
Nurture Africa, 54 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4.