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On about an acre piece of land, lies a deserted home akin to a war zone where guns have gone silent. Two dilapidated huts and a semi-permanent house stand aloof on different corners. No signs of domestic animals  like goats, cows, and chicken which are a common treasure in most African village homesteads. What’s left is a fresh air of wind blowing from a Eucalyptus trees in the home yard. This is a place that not so long ago, Judith Auma called home.

It was all rosy for the family and life was as normal as day follows night until five years later, divorce of her parents struck! With a very weak government laws on domestic relations, Judith’s mom left with all her four siblings, leaving her dad behind who now lives alone in the home. Mr. Wilberforce speaks with fond memories of a happy family he once held together. He desired that his children would someday be a pillar in society and break the yoke of illiteracy in his family lineage. His hopes are now vested in Judith.

In a country where most village folks survive on less than a dollar per day, and no government free education, when the family budget is hard to meet, girls are usually the first victim to drop out of school and get married off. No effort in children ministry is more enduring or more stabilizing in our Christian faith than outreach to children. Perhaps Judith would be a victim of such circumstances if she hadn’t been rescued through Beyond Uganda. Our role is to provide a conducive  environment so that every opportunity to grow and thrive can be fulfilled through every child that crosses our path. They start to see possibilities through their eyes, their ambitions are put into new perspectives, and eventually they start to aspire to conquer new horizons that otherwise would have eluded them.

Judith is on steady path at school and hopes someday she would be a human rights lawyer and focus her energy on uplifting the plight of a girl child in her community. Societal change can start at the very bottom with the life of one child. She aspires to make a better marriage and change her family tree as she believes that on certain occasions, God uses children instead of adults to accomplish strategic things in his kingdom.

Judith has dreams like any other child and now sees the hope to attain those dreams but she can’t do it alone. Beyond Uganda partners with 8 sponsors for each of our kids to ensure their immediate needs of food, clothing, shelter and school fees are met but also a future fund for University, life skills training and housing as she transitions to adulthood. Judith still needs 7 sponsors to ensure her future needs are met, would you consider being a part of Judith’s story and investing $25 a month to change her life and future? A simple click can change a life…

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AUMA JUDITH

Judith was born on February 2nd 2000 and she lives in Bugiri, Uganda

Auma Judith is one of five children.  She lives with her dad after her parents went through a divorce.  Her father aspires for Judith to break the illiteracy gap in their family and be a roll model figure in the community.   Judith dreams of being a lawyer some day but is currently attending school and focusing on being a positive influence among the other girls she is around.  Our role is to provide a conducive environment so that every opportunity to grow and thrive can be fulfilled.  Through your partnership with Beyond Uganda Judith will have opportunities, love, and hope that will help build her up so she can be a leader in her community one day. 

 

AUMA JUDITH

Judith was born on February 2nd 2000 and she lives in Bugiri, Uganda

Auma Judith is one of five children.  She lives with her dad after her parents went through a divorce.  Her father aspires for Judith to break the illiteracy gap in their family and be a roll model figure in the community.   Judith dreams of being a lawyer some day but is currently attending school and focusing on being a positive influence among the other girls she is around.  Our role is to provide a conducive environment so that every opportunity to grow and thrive can be fulfilled.  Through your partnership with Beyond Uganda Judith will have opportunities, love, and hope that will help build her up so she can be a leader in her community one day.

 

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. 

AUMA JUDITH SPONSORSHIP

$100 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