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If you are in Uganda and are  thinking of giving a Ugandan child a future by opening your home and heart through adoption,then you are in right place.We offer guidance, support   and resources before, during and after your adoption process. You can click on : Ugandans Adopt Brochure to download our brochure

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Adoption stories: ” I gave birth to baby Lindah from my heart”-Jackie

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“…Baby Lindah… baby Lindah…baby baby Lindah …” It is singing time in Jackie’s home, something that has become somewhat of a ritual every Saturday morning.  Jackie holds Lindah as they, together, clap and sing to their favourite song. “…Baby Lindah… baby Lindah…baby baby Lindah …” the tune goes. “I gave birth to her from my […]

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Foster Carer Stories : How Harriet’s love for children led her to foster

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At the recently concluded media engagement event , Harriet was asked how she is able to  afford to foster children in addition to caring for her own to which she replied that whereas she leads  a modest life ,her love for children has enabled her to open up her home to abandoned children. She also […]

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Engaging the Ugandan media to create awareness and promote family based care for Ugandan children

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In Uganda, the media continues to shape the agenda and change public perceptions in the country. However, in matters of children rights and protection, it sometimes portrays orphanages as a good solution without highlighting the harm they cause.With a view to change this narrative and encourage family based care, we invited top Ugandan journalists to […]

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The Adoptive Families Association of Uganda to host a gathering for prospective and adoptive families

AFA

The Adoptive Families Association (AFA) of Uganda in partnership with Child’s i Foundation will be hosting a gathering for prospective and adoptive families and all those interested in learning more about adoption on Saturday 9th March 2019 at Lugogo Baptist Church from 10:00-12:00 pm. The AFA which was launched on November 10th 2018 is a […]

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