(UG) Secondary School (Phase 2)

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Prior to 2015, COTN-Uganda sent secondary students to boarding schools. However, this was expensive and the quality of education and housing was lacking. A COTN-operated secondary school not only assures quality teaching, but saves COTN money on boarding school fees and generates income from fee-paying students.
COTN began operating its own secondary school for two grades, in a temporary building, in February 2015.
Your gift will help build an actual school building for children in Uganda.
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Photos from Camp in Uganda

Students in Uganda finish their school year in December, so "summer" camp  isn't until then.  

Meanwhile, our students had another camp while they were still in school this summer. A Venture Team came to lead a science camp. The kids had tons of fun, and learned a lot!

Spiritual Care in Uganda

Help children in Uganda develop a vibrant and authentic faith in Jesus Christ

Our spiritual care goal at Children of the Nations (COTN) is to raise children who demonstrate a vibrant and authentic faith in Jesus Christ. People like you help to meet this goal by supporting the two main elements of our spiritual care: evangelism and discipleship.

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The Boy Who Never Smiled: Jonnathan's Story

It was Christmas when 5-year-old Jonnathan and his two brothers disappeared. Their mother had taken them to her family home in another village for the holiday. But when the time came for the children to return to COTN's school, they were nowhere to be found. 

Recipe from Uganda: Banana Pancakes

Making kabalagalabanana pancakes—is a fun way to explore the culture of Uganda. These little pancakes (called kabs for short) taste kind of like fried plantains and are very yummy. They’ll make a great side dish for your dinner—and they're gluten free!

Wordless Wednesday: Lunchtime in Uganda

Making lunch at our school in Uganda isn’t a job for the faint of heart. These guys are cooking to feed about 300 children. 

10 Things You Might Not Know About Uganda

Uganda is famous for its beauty and its violent past. But there is so much more to this country! Here are ten facts you probably didn’t know about Uganda’s history and culture. We hope you enjoy getting to know your sponsored child’s country a little better!

Fighting for Girls' Education in Uganda

It doesn't matter if you are only seven years old. In many families in Uganda, if you are the oldest girl, you are in charge of caring for the younger children. Even when you're supposed to be in school. 

Honoring the Father Figures in Our Children's Lives

For Father's Day, we asked some of the children to tell us about a father figure in their lives. Because so many of them have lost their parents, having adults in their lives who support them and who they can look up to is so important. Your support doesn't just provide children with resources like education, food, and clothing. You are also helping provide for the staff members who care for the children daily, often filling the roles of parents for them. 

Wordless Wednesday: Good Friends

“Two are better than one … if either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10) 

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