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Welcome to the Canadian Page of

Sharing Ministries Uganda 

A registered not for profit orphanage and community support group in Uganda 

And one of you says to them, go in peace with my blessing keep warm and feed yourselves," but he does not give them the necessities for the body,


                              what good does that do? James 2:1 


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The Jeremiah Promise 


We are pleased to announce The Jeremiah Promise - A project of Bridges of Hope


 A project to provide food, education and the love of God to the vulnerable children in the care of Sharing Ministries Uganda.   

Jeremiah 29:11

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, to give you a future and a hope.

The focus of this project is to:

  1. Ensure that the children have access to healthy and regular meals.

  2. Ensure that health needs are met and those that become ill have access to medication.

  3. Ensure that the children have access to clean drinking water.

  4. See all school age children registered and attending school. This includes ensuring school fees are covered, purchase of scholastic material, and school uniforms.

  5. Maintaining their current rented facility even though this is inadequate.

Below are some of the stories of the children that this project supports, although any funds received are used to support the whole community. 

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Patricia, aged 5

Born on 24th December 2016.  Both parents are alive but in an impoverished state. For income, they break rock in a stone quarry. At a very early age, Patricia became a victim of child labour and had an abusive father. Her mother heard of Sharing Ministries In September 2019. Patricia loves drawing and imitating Bible stories

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Namata Birthday is not known, but Assumed to be aged five.  This child Was abandoned by parents, who locked him in a rental house for two days and ran away. It was in March 2020, in the first Covid-19 lockdown that Sharing Ministries were asked to take care of him from the hands of the local police.

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Deogratius 7 

Born August 1, 2014

His mother died giving birth, and his grandmother died in 2018 when his father went to work in Asia. He lived with several family members, but things failed due to a lack of support from his father. He started living with Sharing Ministries in Feb. 2019

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David, 5 years

Born Feb. 15, 2018.

David's parents: Emmanuel and Nassuna, died in a water accident two days before Christmas 2016. Rev. Semakula took care of him until 2018, when he officially handed him over to Sharing Ministries. 

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Boneri, 7 years

Birthdate and family background are unknown. Sharing Ministries rescued him from the streets of Minana, where he was starving for days with no food. Sadly, Hirwa is HIV/Aids positive.

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Alex 16 years 

Born January 4, 2005.

Alex was digging gardens with his mother for food. His father is deceased. When his mother remarried, his stepdad subjected him to forced labour and harsh treatment. He also struggles with Asthma. Due to his worrying health condition and home environment, his mother handed him over to Sharing Ministries in 2017. Sometimes she can visit him and bring food when possible. 

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Desire,  9 years

Born January 10, 2013

Born to a mentally unstable woman who reportedly was raped. Her mother is said to have been bewitched and spends her life on the streets. Desire is intelligent and hard-working. 

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Michael, 12 years

Born July 30, 2009. Michael's father died of aids, and his mother died of cancer and aids.  Michael is one of three candidates hoping to do his primary leaving examinations this year. 

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Harriet, 6 years

Born October 6, 2015. With no known father, Harriet is the 7th of eight children. Due to having a big family and no reliable source of income for the mother, they struggle without basic needs, and Harriet lives a life of forced child labour. Now she lives at Sharing Ministries 

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Merisha, 10 years.

Born August 21, 2011. Her mother is Annet Kirabo & her father is Johnson Kalegga. She is the youngest of six and comes from an impoverished family. Her mother is unemployed, and her father is a low-income, distant worker. Merisha struggles with basic needs, but she loves education, loves to pray and is shy in the presence of many people. 

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Anthony, 12 years

Born May 2009. Anthony's father died in 2014 leaving him with a step-mom. Having been a victim of child abuse, Anthony ran away from home and lived on the streets until 2017. Sharing Ministries rescued Anthony from the streets, and now give him the hope for a better life. 

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Clever, 7 years

Born June 25, 2014. 

When Rev. Amos took some of Sharing Ministries' initial children to a well-equipped orphanage in Buluma Village, they could add five more. Clever was one of them and a child from the streets. Unfortunately, Clever has had some medical and eye problems, but we trust God to help him recover. 

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Martin, 14 years

Born May 2007. 

Martin's mother died giving birth, and his father died in 2013. He had started school but quit when his father died. His relatives sold his father's home and neglected him. He lived on the streets and was added to Sharing Ministries in October 2021. He has ulcers, but he's a good athlete. 

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Nasejje, 14 years 

Born July 9, 2007

Nasejje is a twin, Reportedly born to a teenage mother who dumped them in a bag by the roadside and ran away. The twins were raised by their vulnerable grandmother and grew up working and playing on the streets of Buluma. They were added to the group in October 2021. 



The twin sister to Nasejje. They share the same history. These two twins love to weave baskets and play Dodge and Score. 

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Thirteen years old Birthdate unknown, likely born in 2008.

Matia came to Sharing Ministries from the street in October 2021. He had been working the stone quarries. Many scars and marks on his body indicate that his life hasn't been smooth. 

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6 years old. He's a brother to Shirat Namawejje. Both of them were born by Abdallah Walusimbi and Namirembe Milliam. They struggled for food and basic needs and had no support from their father. Their father is polygamous and has many kids with no reliable income.

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Tracy, 12 years 

Tracy was born on 16th August 2009. She was blessed to initially have a resourceful dad who succumbed to HIV/AIDS. His many wives took her dad's belongings. Many conflicts brought on by the inheritance left Tracy's mum imprisoned for 3 years until 2015. As the only child of her mom, Tracy suffered much during her mother's detention. After prison, they had to start a new life alone, with no resources left. We struggle together to ensure that She can also have better education

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Shirat, 8 years 

Shirat was born to Abdallah Walusimbi, a Moslem with six wives and Namirembe William, a Christian. Shirat's mom was the fourth wife, struggling for her children's basic needs. Unfortunately, Shirat's dad neglected them. So Shirat, the other two siblings, and their mother work various jobs to attain food. Shirat is now a Christian.


Derrick 13 years 

Brother to Merisha. The mother is unemployed, and the father has limited income. They struggle for basic needs and love. They desire education, and Derrick has a passion for education. 

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She lives with her mother, who had Merci when she was 17. The dad left them. 

Rosemary's mother left her studies to support Merci.  We share with her, comfort, and support her possible, and help support Merci. 

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