strategy for supporting orphans and vulnerable children

To give hope to the Orphans

To empower the orphans and vulnerable

To look after children of the different categories

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I am pleased to introduce the St Menas Orphans and Vulnerable Children home. Official web site. It is intended to be informative and collaborative with information concerning our Establishment and activities. We anticipate that this link will be a platform for communication, accountability and closer links with our partners, friends, well-wishers, donors and other stake holders.

To help achieve our shared vision of ‘Eradicating and putting to an end street going children in Uganda’ through this vision,

our continued goal of restoring hope for the orphans and vulnerable children gains an upper hand. Jesus specifically says that, “When you give a dinner or a banquet, do not invite your friends or your brothers or your relatives or rich neighbors, lest they also invite you in return and you be repaid.

 But when you give a feast, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed, because they cannot repay you. You will be repaid at the resurrection of the just” (Luke 14:12–14).

When Paul received his specific ordination for ministry the Apostles gave him only one direct charge: “Only, they asked us to remember the poor, the very thing I was eager to do” (Gal 2:10). He took collections from the other churches to meet the needs of the poor in the Jerusalem church (Rom 15:26). He further told the church in Corinth to take this collection every week, so that when Paul would arrive there, there would be no shortage for the poor in Jerusalem (1 Cor 16:1–4). When Paul established the criteria for eldership, one of the qualifications was that an elder be “hospitable,” a word which refers to how one loves and cares for the poor. It is evident that a care for the poor is a mark of New Testament ministry. As Keller puts it, “the work of mercy is fundamental to being a Christian.”

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The project reaches out to Orphans and Vulnerable children, parents, and caregivers sensitize and addresses the vulnerability, and involve them in activities intended to restore hope and emotional healing, improve the quality of life of Orphans and vulnerable children and their households through the provision of care and support for the infected and affected children and enhance prevention and protection.

FACTS ABOUT ST MENAS OVS
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orphans

students receiving financial aid

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Primary Going

students receiving financial aid

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Teachers

They teach students

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Voluteers

People who help us

ACTIVTIES AT ST MENAS OVC

HOME

Improved psychosocial support services for OVC and their households.

FEEDING

Increase community groups providing quality care and support services to OVC

EDUCATING

Mobilize the community to pull together their resources and capacities to address OVC care and support epidemic.

Pre k through 12 college

Why Support ST MENAS OVC

Improved psychosocial support services for OVC and their households

  • Improved psychosocial support services for OVC and their households.
  • Increased HIV/AIDS awareness among school children
Education

To educate Orphaned and Volunarable children 

Healthcare

Improved psychosocial support services for OVC and their households

Social Support

Increased OVC and households enabled to cope with the increased demands of providing care.

Mobilize

Mobilize the community to pull together their resources and capacities to address OVC care and support epidemic

Protection

Increased level of advocacy on OVC protection from abuse and exploitation

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