In our community a girl child is still taken as an inferior creature. She is not valued and respected in life and in the community leadership.
So as LGM we focus on showing the value of woman in this girl, we are aiming at keeping a girl child in school with all the affordable needs for in the future we have a hope they will show up.
In this same campaign we protect a girl child from early pregnancy, early sex, rape, and defilement plus abortions which may result in HIV/AIDS and deaths also. We do this by teaching them how to live an executive life, keeping them so focus on their future and the most important is that we teach them the word of God and doctrines of Jesus.
On the same issue of the girl child try to provide them sanitary pads when they reach in their age of menoples. Some days back, these girls have been using old clothes, old tons of mattresses and leaves, of which these infected them with difficult nameable diseases in their private parts in a like with skin rashes but producing blood and puth, this was so painful and altering that we could not just sit and watch them suffering. So we buy sanitary pads in these seasons.
Water is one of the most basic of needs in Uganda, Lords Grace Ministry hopes to brings sources of clean water closer to the people in Uganda to stop vulnerable children and women moving long distances in search of clean water.
The kind of water they get from the wells is not as such the best due to the fact that this water is normally contaminated.
These factors above lead to water borne diseases. Our intention is to buy a water tank to help the children under our care to have access to safe water.
Basing on the raising number of school dropout due loss of their parents, family negligence, the insufficient funds to pay for school fees and scholastic materials, Lords Grace Ministry was started to help the most vulnerable and humble children so that they can attain quality education and become responsible citizens of Uganda.
Ttamu B, Mityana -Uganda.
P.O. Box 411 Mityana, Uganda.
Tel: +256 (0) 787 939 880 Or
+256 (0) 758 130 091