Three teachers, one assistant and twelve students shared the Gospel in Uganda between November 29 and December 24 2015 as part of the first ever Redlands College mission trip to Uganda.
Members of the team (consisting of both current and past students) were busy fundraising prior to their trip, for the purchase of building materials to support the building of Teacher’s Quarters for Barnabas Project-Uganda at Busoke and a Classroom Block and Pit Latrine for Kyampisi Childcare Ministries at Kyampisi.
Monday - Sanyu Babies' Home
Monday was an early start as we drove to Sanyu Babies Home in the heart of Kampala. The home has been running for 82 years with a team of devoted people working tirelessly to make the lives of abandoned children worth living. The Home is administered by a Board of Governors as a voluntary organisation under the auspices of the Anglican Church of Uganda.
Caring for such young children is a round-the-clock task. The Sanyu staff includes an Administrator, an on-call doctor, nurses, domestic staff, social workers, teachers, cleaners, grounds men and security guards.