Namusobya Patience was born in Uganda on July 13, 2003. Her family is Protestant and they stay in Bweyogerere, located in the Wakiso district. She is cared for by her mother Eve, who works at a small business. There are 4 people sharing their home, including 3 girls, and Patience helps her mother with cooking and mopping the floors. She is in the Senior 1 Class this year at Rehaboth High School, which is run by AOET. Patience’s favorite subject is commerce, and she’s interested in becoming an accountant one day. In her spare time, she loves reading the newspaper and playing games with friends.
Patience applied for sponsorship in June 2016, and is anxiously waiting for a sponsor.Sponsor Me
Wadapa Sulaiman was born on December 27, 2005. His family stays in the capital city of Kampala, located in the Kampala district. He is a partial orphan, having lost his father to an unknown cause when he was young. His mother works as a street sweeper in the city, which doesn’t provide enough income for her children to school regularly. Sulaiman has one sister, and he helps his mother with fetching water for their family. He is in the Primary 2 Class this year at Naguru-Katale Primary School. Sulaiman loves literacy and enjoys playing football (soccer) with his friends. Although he is still deciding what he wants to be when he grows up, sponsorship will provide Sulaiman with the stability he needs to obtain a good education.
Sulaiman applied for sponsorship in August 2015, and is anxiously waiting for a sponsor.Sponsor Me
Aringo Salume was born on June 9, 2003. Her family is Protestant and they stay in the town of Lira, located in the Lira district of rural northern Uganda. One of her parents is working as a teacher, but they struggle to provide for their 10 children. Salume helps out at home with washing dishes and sweeping their compound. She is in the Primary 5 Class at Rehaboth Primary School ~ Lira campus, which is run by AOET. Salume tells us that her favorite subject is science and she hopes to become an accountant one day. In her spare time, she enjoys singing and reading the Bible.
Salume applied for sponsorship in May 2016, and is anxiously waiting for a sponsor.Sponsor Me
A $38 monthly sponsorship provides a child with school fees, medical care, lunch, a school uniform, and the tools to improve
We believe that empowerment happens when people learn to provide for themselves. AOET communities focus on teaching skills and giving confidence for a happy life.
We encourage all of our donors to personally engage with the children they sponsor. We suggest writing letters, sending pictures, or even traveling to the community!
We are a Christian organization compelled by the desire to help those in need, but are careful to respect community beliefs, no matter what.