Study in Uganda: a project carried out by the Christian association Action Solidaire in favor of the Destitute
Victims of the civil war that devastated Uganda, more than 60 orphans or "left behind" have been welcomed since 2008 by James and Norah. They provided for them and offered them the love of a Christian home. The association Action Solidaire in favor of the Destitute supports their work!
The association Action Solidaire in favor of the Destitute (ASD) which claims Christian ethics (spreading humanity through the values of the Gospel) has as its exclusive object one or more assistance and/or charitable activities for foster, develop and promote actions in a field of social intervention.
The association supports an action with the victims of the civil war which ravaged Uganda led by a couple James and Norah. Since 2008, they have welcomed more than 60 orphans or "left behind" and offered them the love of a Christian home within the Nachu project.
Education has always been one of the pillars of this ambitious project to free young people from the generational cycle of poverty from which they cannot afford to escape on their own.
Seniors are now coming to the end of their high school education. Engaging in vocational training enabling them to find a job and become independent adults is essential. But very expensive and beyond their reach or that of James and Norah. Currently the cost of a semester for all students is €10.
Alone they cannot but with your help they will be able to follow a vocational training. ASD undertakes to finance the studies of the first students of this “Nachu family”. The first beneficiaries of this action undertake to donate part of their future income for several years to finance the studies of those who follow them.
You can help us start this virtuous circle by contributing to the study costs of the first generation!
Jean-Marc Brunel, ASD board member