ESEZA KHWAKA

Eseza was born on April 12th 2009 and lives in Namayemba Uganda.

Eseza is the younger sister to Masaba Anthony, also in the Beyond Uganda program, and one of 6 children in the family. The father abandoned the family many years ago and Eseza’s mother works hard farming. Eseza is a caretaker by nature and loves to help her family digging in the garden and fetching water but also helps neighbors and friends whenever she can.

ESEZA KHWAKA

Eseza was born on April 12th 2009 and lives in Namayemba Uganda.

Eseza is the younger sister to Masaba Anthony, also in the Beyond Uganda program, and one of 6 children in the family. The father abandoned the family many years ago and Eseza’s mother works hard farming. Eseza is a caretaker by nature and loves to help her family digging in the garden and fetching water but also helps neighbors and friends whenever she can.

HOW IT WORKS

Each child has a total of 8 sponsorship of $25 per slot or $200 per complete sponsorship.   

This allows multiple people to invest and pour into each child’s life. 

With your investment you will receive sponsor T-Shirt and a info packet  

Each investor will receive at least 2 letters from their child per year  

You can also write them as often as you would like. 

ESEZA KHWAKA SPONSORSHIP

$25 of $200 raised

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WHAT YOUR INVESTMENT PROVIDES

A safe home to live with a local Ugandan “house mother”

Full medical care

Regular and nutritional meals

Tuition for an education (School is not free in Uganda)

Clean clothing and shoes School needs and requirements

Church camp and field trips

A future fund for university, vocational school or a plot of land to transition to adulthood

All the above done in a faith based setting where they are receiving the Gospel through mentors and other opportunities

WHAT YOUR INVESTMENT PROVIDES

A safe home to live with a local Ugandan “house mother”

Full medical care

Regular and nutritional meals

Tuition for an education (School is not free in Uganda)

Clean clothing and shoes School needs and requirements

Church camp and field trips

A future fund for university, vocational school or a plot of land to transition to adulthood

All the above done in a faith based setting where they are receiving the Gospel through mentors and other opportunities