Hand of Provision to the Vulnerable Child Uganda Global High School
In the small village of Ikulwe, Uganda, there is a piece of land and two small, run-down buildings that house and provide schooling for one hundred sixty children ranging from toddlers to teenagers. Hope of Provision for the Vulnerable Child is a ministry that cares for any abandoned or orphaned children and runs a secondary school (high school.) A passionate and courageous man, Pastor Emmason spearheads this school and ministry. Pastor Emmason and Missionary Christian Welch developed a friendship over the years, and The Mandate has helped with their needs on many occasions.
The Global High School is operating now. Around 160 students are attending. The school is only secondary level, but they have eleven students that they help attend a primary school in town. These are at-risk kids who were just abandoned or orphaned. The school has a staff of seventeen. There are five full-time teachers, nine part-time teachers, and three support staff.
Free, publicly funded schools are not available. It is only by private supporters like you that these children have the benefit of education. The children at the Global High School are the poorest and most vulnerable in life. Without support, education is not a possibility for them.
The Mandate is in full support of this new high school. In faith, we have granted the funds to purchase the land for this school (Phase One). We are asking you to share in this vision to build the new school on the new property.
You have the power to change the lives of hundreds of Ugandan youths for many years to come. You can provide the tools to save youth from trafficking, free them from a future of poverty, and improve their health, ultimately extending their lives. Academic education is the key to all of this. Will you partner with us to raise $250,000 to build a residential high school in Ikulwe, Uganda?