Heritage Christian High School has been officially launched for four weeks! It has been off to an amazing start, with classes set up for all of our 40 secondary students.
Exciting plans are underway to start a secondary school with a vocational skills program called Heritage Christian High School.
The children had a great day out celebrating Christmas Day. Each year at Christmas, the children attend church and later spend the day enjoying some Christmas activities and games.
Apostle Steve Davis from Dreamlife Church visited Heritage Children's Centre in November 2016, where he spent time with Pastor Moses and Flavia and the children.
Our very first quiz night fundraiser for The Uganda Project was held on Friday 7th October, 2016.
Meet Hope Alice, who was one of the first children to join Heritage Children's Centre.
Meet Annet, a young lady who found a home at Heritage Children's Centre five years ago.
At The Uganda Project we love being able to share stories of hope from the children we support. Reagan is an orphan who has called Heritage Children's Centre home for three and a half years.
Great news! One of the cows kept at Heritage - her name is Hope - gave birth to a bull this month.
On behalf of all of the children and staff at Heritage Children’s Centre, Pastor Moses Katende would like to wish all of our supporters a very Merry Christmas!
Have you ever wondered what Christmas is like for the children we support in Uganda? Take a look at our Q & A with Pastor Moses, who tells us about how Ugandans celebrate Christmas and the special Christmas traditions at Heritage Children’s Centre.
Isaac was one of the first children to arrive at Heritage Children’s Centre when it began in 2008.
We recently received this photo and update from Heritage Children's Centre - "Hi friends, 20 of our children are writing their Primary Leaving Examinations today. We thank God for your support and trust God for their success".
Apostle Steve Davis and his team from Dreamlife Church visited Heritage Children's Centre during a missions trip in October. They were able to see the new classroom buildings in progress, and sit in on some of the children's classes. Another exciting development is that the centre now has two dairy cows onsite to provide an ongoing source of fresh milk for the children. Take a look at some photos from the trip.
One of the biggest needs for Heritage Children's Centre has been to build new classrooms to replace the original temporary dirt-floor structures. The new buildings will provide a much-improved learning environment for the children.