Last Saturday, Ugandans Adopt was delighted to host a get together for prospective and adoptive parents. When we started planning this event it was important to us that we make [...]
Abaana bangi mu Uganda bakulira mu bitongole ebyannakyewa olw’ensonga yobutaba na maka gebenyumirizaamu ng’agabwe.
Ab’ekitongole kya nnakyewa ekiyitibwa ” Ugandans Adopt”banoonya amaka agayinza okweyama okuwa omwana awaka awali okwagala n’obukuumi kisobozese abaana bano okufuna obusobozi n’ebirubirirwa.
Bwoba obadde olowooza okuwaayo obudde bwo n’okwagala eri omwana ali mu kibiina twandibadde bassanyufu ssinga tuwuliza okuva gyoli.
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
On Saturday February 27, 2016, we hosted an information event where individuals interested in emergency foster care came to learn more about why children need to grow up in families. Our social workers were present to explain what it takes to foster, and several wonderful people signed up. Call 0776110304 or to foster a child […]Read Post
Neil needs a loving family. Neil was abandoned at two years old, severely malnourished and not able to walk. With specialised care and then the love of a foster mother, he has recovered, is healthy and can walk well. Neil is four years old now. He loves playing with other children and would make a […]Read Post
Little Praise was found abandoned in Mulago, a Kampala suburb in February 2015, at one-and-a-half months and placed into emergency care. After our social workers tried in vain to trace her family, she was approved for adoption in August. Luckily for Praise, there was a loving heart waiting to receive her. Her adoptive mother had […]Read Post
Two weeks after George went home to his new family, social worker Evelyn made a follow up visit on him. Previously a very quiet and withdrawn boy, George was bursting with life and shouting out to his brothers and little cousin when Evelyn arrived. In this video, we document his progress in fitting within his […]Read Post