Future for Bweya's Children e.V.
A German Charity supports a Ugandan children's home
Covid-19 Situation in Uganda

While industrialised nations can still cushion the economic consequences of the Corona pandemic relatively well, people in developing countries are confronted with existential worries: Jobs and income are lost and supply chains are disrupted. In Uganda, too, people are suffering from hunger and lack of supplies due to the pandemic. To stop the spread of the virus, Uganda has imposed some of the strictest exit rules in Africa. Schools, universities and almost all restaurants and shops must remain closed.

The country's borders are closed, buses no longer run. The fact that they have not been allowed to go to school since March also puts a heavy burden on the children of the orphanage in Bweya. Home schooling is difficult due to the lack of equipment. With the donation, the association can buy books and utensils to help the children learn at home. This contribution will help the children get through these difficult times.

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Nico Schumann

Nico Schumann

Chairman of the Board (CEO) of Future for Bweyas Children e.V./ Zukunft für Bweyas Kinder e.V.

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