Walusimbi's orphan children in Mityana, Uganda.
Organized by: Justin Brink
EVENT DATE Jun 29, 2017
I am shifting to give Walusimbi another chance for the sake of the children. After much research and digging around I have decided a suitable way to proceed with donations to the Tabasamu with very strict accountability measures, primarily relating to the use of a new camera which I just funded Walusimbi to buy. He will be showing us where our hard earned donations are going towards and posting pictures everyday for everything (receipts, products, crops). All 35 children will get a bio with a picture too.
He has his work cut out for him. Right now there is still a big need for donations. Rent payment ($500) is coming up February 19 and there is no food to speak of at the moment for the children too.
Wally is not doing well. He has Malaria and is going to the hospital for treatment soon. In addition to that , the local "code officers" rumored to be coming to visit the orphanage very soon and Wally is not ready to be audited. The biggest complaints the might have are the fact that they don't have enough beds for the children. He needs 9 more beds and in addition to that he also needs 26 mosquito nets for the beds when the children go to sleep. This is to prevent malaria and the spread of AIDS!
Wally is still doing poorly in a Kampala hospital fighting Malaria. His helper, Mariam, is tending to the orphanage in his absence. With the donations we were able to pay the quarterly rent fee of $452, but they still need much donations for food for the children as well as hospital bill Wally will have when he gets out. Right now we need prayers and donations more than ever. As you can see from the picture he doesn't look too well. Please consider donating!
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Please if you find it possible to donate to this good cause, don't hesitate. These lives are on the line and there is always a need to increase the food supply in the pantry as well as saving for the quarterly rent fee.
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