Supporting Orphans and Widows in Uganda
What is Bushikori?
The Bushikori Christian Centre is located in a rural village near Mbale, Uganda, East Africa. (North East of the capital Kampala)
The property consists mainly of a Health Centre and Maternity clinic, Joshua Primary School (grades 1 – 7, Christ-centred education), community library and administration offices.
Bushikori Christian Centre is a registered non-government organisation that cares for orphans, widows and vulnerable children though a child sponsorship program to help build a sustainable community.
The centre is not an orphanage.
The health centre deals mainly with malaria, giving birth and immunisations. The committed Ugandan staff at Bushikori provide a much-needed service to an impoverished farming community; particularly the vulnerable children who have been orphaned largely through the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It is run by Anne Wandendya, wife of the late Pastor Sam.
The main source of financial help comes from the Australian Support Committee, a non-denominational group based in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Click on the image to view the latest 2016 Annual Report from Bushikori Christian Centre - Uganda
For more information please see the Uganda NGO directory