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Neil urgently needs a family

Severely malnourished and unable to walk, 9-months-old Neil was admitted to Malaika Family Centre in February 2012. He underwent a series of recovery nutrition programmes, therapies and surgery, and with the dedicated professional care at Malaika, he was able to recover fully. 5 years on, Neil’s birth family has never been found and our endeavours […]

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Tribute: Fare thee well Christine Ssempebwa

We have truly lost a gem in you, Christine! We celebrate your life and your big, noble heart. Till we meet.

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David needs a family to call his own

10-year-old David is in urgent need of a permanent family placement. Please contact us on 0776110304 or email [email protected] if you could adopt or foster David.

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Patel gets a second chance to life

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A foster family for Jojo

Jojo’s biological family is unable to care for him, but that should not make him grow up like an orphan, so we found Jojo a loving foster family. However, many more children like Jojo are still in need of foster placements. Could you consider fostering today?

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Anitah is safe in a loving family

We are glad to have been a part of Anitah’s journey from being unwanted to being a loved daughter. Every child deserves a loving forever family.

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Highlights from Information Day on Adoption and Foster Care, 27th February 2016

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Ugandan families sign up for emergency foster care

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. ┬áCall 0776110304 or to foster a child […]

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Neil needs a family

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 […]

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Meet George’s family

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 […]

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