The Gayaza Hope Center (Uganda)

About The Gayaza Hope Center (Uganda)

ECM started the Gayaza project because we wanted to do something for the kids right under our noses.  The kids in the Gayaza project all live right around the former location of ECM's Uganda Headquarters.  Gayaza is a suburb of Kampala or a town very near Kampala, the capital of Uganda, on the northwest side.  This district is home to many orphans, including many AIDS orphans and children who are themselves HIV positive.  The children of the area speak Luganda, a Bantu language.  Children selected for the project receive educational assistance like school fees, school supplies and uniforms, and participate in a Saturday meeting.  The Saturday meeting includes Bible teaching, discussion of practical life matters, a health check, a vitamin and a nutritious meal. Your sponsorship of a child will change a life forever! You may choose to give monthly ($37), quarterly ($111), semi-annually ($222), or annually ($444). You can choose a child to sponsor or make a designated gift on the next page.