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We‘ve seen thousands of lives transformed through our work

Kids Club Kampala is a lifeline to so many, and what started as a small project in one slum now supports over 300,000 individuals across 12 communities in Uganda. 

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Read our Annual Reports 

The Ewafe Project - Hannah’s story

Eight-year-old Hannah was found abandoned in a slum. Kids Club Kampala were able to reunite her with her aunt, where she has a loving home and is able to attend school.

The Ewafe Project - Amy’s story

After finding herself alone in one of Kampala’s biggest slums, Amy was taken into a Ewafe Project Home, where she was cared for until she was reunited with her loving family.

The Football Project - Ben’s story

At just 17, football-loving Ben cares for his younger brothers and sisters so that they can eat and go to school. Ben plays for the Kids Club Kampala team, giving him space to focus and dream. 

The Ewafe Project - Pauline

Pauline was lost in a crowd at just five years old. After she was found alone and taken into a Ewafe Project Home, Kids Club Kampala located and reunited her with her mother.

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