Kinderhulp Afrika is a Christian charity that looks after the most vulnerable children in Uganda: the orphans. Since 1987, we have been providing these children with education, accommodation, spiritual and medical care. Our aim is to see them grow up to become healthy, responsible individuals who can meet their own needs in every aspect of their lives.
Christmas food parcels
Last Christmas we were able to distribute 400 Christmas food parcels with your help.
View a selection of photos here.
Thank you for your help! We couldn't have done it without you!
We offer the children a safe environment and provide them with quality education so that they can have a promising future in Ugandan society. We want the children to grow up to become healthy, responsible adults who can meet their own needs.Tell me more...
Sponsor a child
You can help a child in a very personal way. For every orphan at our school, we search a sponsor parent. By receiving school reports, pictures and drawings and by writing letters to ‘your’ child you can stay in touch and follow the child’s development. We have noticed that it means a lot to the children to have a sponsor parent or family.Tell me more...
Sponsor a child!
You can help a child in a very personal way. For every orphan at our school, we search for a sponsor parent. By receiving school reports, pictures and drawings and by writing letters to ‘your’ child you can stay in touch and follow the child’s development. We see that this means a lot to the children to have a sponsor parent or family. It makes a real difference in their lifes.
Jonathan was born in 2003. Jonathan was raised by his mother. She is a single woman. She has psychological problems and is very ill, she suffers from AIDS. Jonathan's grandmother made sure he could go to primary school, but in 2018 she sent Jonathan to his aunt.Read more
Rashida was born in 2007. Her father was seriously ill. His body continued to weaken until he passed away in 2019. Rashida comes from a large family and her mother is struggling to make ends meet. Rashida therefore initially lived with her aunt after the death of her father.Read more
Tito was born in 2009. When he was born, his parents found out they were both HIV positive. They blamed each other for the disease and this eventually led to a divorce. Tito and his older brother continued to live with their father. He was a carpenter. In 2015, he developed lung problems, which led to tuberculosis.Read more