OUR PROJECTS

Dressing for Success

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Purchase sewing equipment for orphans' school uniforms

Cost: $800

For an orphaned child, lack of a uniform is one of the barriers to attending and succeeding at school. A uniform is also a powerful symbol of belonging for children who face the stigma of being an orphan and amongst the poorest of the extreme poor.

Bopoma Villages’ sewing project brings together a veteran seamstress with a love for sewing with volunteers from the community to sew uniforms for orphaned children whose caregivers cannot afford one. Caregivers are asked to contribute $1 for fabric, a local business has donated thread, Bopoma Villages supplies the space and sewing machines, and local volunteers supply the labour. The result? More than 300 orphaned children are now attending school in brand new uniforms, bringing much joy to the sewers and the uniform recipients! There are many more orphaned children in rural Zaka waiting for a uniform. It's the dream of every orphaned child we've met to attend school and not be left behind.

Raising funds to buy two new sturdy sewing machines (total cost $800), Bopoma Villages is thrilled to partner with local volunteers to help them develop and use their skills to care for the most vulnerable children in their communities.

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THIS MONTH'S PROJECTS

Summer School Program

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School Kits for 40 Children

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Primary Education for 20 Children

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THIS MONTH'S PARTNER

WE Charity (formerly Free the Children)

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Founded in 1995 by international human rights activist Craig Kielburger, WE Charity (formerly known as Free the Children) believes in a world where all young people are free to achieve their fullest potential as agents of change. They are an internatio...
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