Agape House Babies Home story!
Dear Friend ,
A young woman, no more than a girl, belly large with child wonders what will become of her. No husband. No money. Maybe no home. “What will become of the child? What will become of me?” She wonders.
Death? Socially outcast? Starvation?
“Maybe if I just leave the baby here. Maybe someone will find it.”
And that is the sad, and all too common beginning of Agape House Baby Home. In our Kampala communities, The probation officer report 40 cases of abandoned,vulnerable kids everyday so taking care of 40 babies abandoned by their biological parents everyday. These are, for the most part, teenage mothers who feel helpless in their situation. Out of 40 babies few will survive because of negative living conditions.
Our main when we opened a babies home, agape house babies home becomes as a rescue home and as Well as a reception centre in Kampala, saving the lives of innocent babies and providing counseling for teenage mothers to make good decisions regarding the care of their children. This home can house 40 children ages 0-5 years old. Agape House Babies House gives these children the opportunity not only to have a chance at life, but also to have a family, the chance for relationship with their biological mothers, a safe place to sleep, good food, and medical care. Without your support Agape cannot continue to provide this loving home for these children.
In order to provide this loving home we still have needs like food, baby formula, diapers,Vaseline, beddings, toys, kitchen equipment, a clean water filtering system, too fully equip our in-house home clinic with the station nurse/visiting doctor and a reliable food supply. What began as a desperate tragedy has the opportunity to end in beautiful salvation and redemption when you commit to help further the mission of Agape House babies home!
This month of July! Joseph is traveling to USA to bring in awareness of his work and see if he can raise mission partners in saving the babies lives in Uganda
You may help Agape in a number of ways: Invite Joseph, Host him in your along with your friends at fundraising tea party where he displays bus African crafts and organic coffee from Uganda or Pray. Give, sponsor a child.
Any way you choose to help, know that God will use it to bless children in Uganda! Thank you for your support!
Steps to help people.
1) CHECK THE NEED
Start with your surroundings to see if there is a gap.
2) FORM THE PLAN
After realizing the need in the community, plan on how best you can help! Your resources are important
IMPACT THE WORLD
Take a step and reach out to them! Your giving will make a difference in lives of people in communities
Agape House Urgent Needs This Month
HOW TO DONATE
Mark "gift" (always mention -Agape House) and use bank account or paypal balance
NB: Always write back on its check Agape-Uganda
PO Box 264
Mount Clemens, MI 48046
*Joseph Roberts Sserwadda
Agape Community Centre Program/Agape House Childrens Ministries,Uganda
TEL +256772864477/what's up
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AGAPE HOUSE COMMUNITY PROGRAM
JOSEPH ROBERTS SSERWADDA
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Gladys Kahima Sserwadda
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING
Great pictures. I shared with FB friends. Praying for God to prosper Agapa Uganda and your health.
Eugene T Dickinson
The Parent Project
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