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Supporters help build a new clinic to meet the medical needs of local children.

Because of you, the supporters of Sylvia's Children, who have faithfully and diligently sent your financial support, Mbiriizi, Uganda now has a brand new medical clinic building! This beautiful building will help meet the medical needs of the community which could not have been done without you!
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Ugandan Nurse Lydia Nunes Named “Nurse of the Week” by HireNurses.com

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To honor this year’s National Nurses Week, Boston-based HireNurses.com named Lydia Nunes, a 28-year-old Ugandan nurse, its first “Nurse of the Week.” Nurses who had been nominated for this honor had to submit a description of their job and why they are a nurse. Lydia’s winning entry was both heartwarming and touched the hearts of the judges.

The first of its kind online recruiting platform for the nursing community, HireNurses.com honored Nunes for the outstanding work she does around the clock caring for and nursing more than 1,000 children, one fourth of which are orphans, at the Mbiriizi Advanced Primary School in Uganda. HireNurses.com has formed an alliance with Sylvia’s Children to solicit health care professionals for upcoming medical trips thereby allowing Sylvia’s Children to fulfill its mission of providing quality health care to the school, its employees, the family members of the children and the village of Mbiriizi in general. Read Story

 


Join Us on a Future Trip for Sylvia's Children!

WINTER 2016
Dates: November 10-22, 2016

This is our combination medical and holiday trip where we work at the clinic as well as putting on a Christmas party for the children...gifts, cake, fireworks, you name it. $5,000 all inclusive (airfare from your location to Newark and on to Uganda, all airport transfers, hotel, food, guide and transportation for the entire trip, water...the works … plus a three day safari)! The only extra money you need is for souvenirs!

Steven Le Vine in Uganda, Africa.
Read about Steven's trip to Uganda, Africa!


Children Helping Children at Vacation Bible School

Shoes donated by children during VBS.

Children who participated in the Vacation Bible School at the Aitkin United Methodist Church collected 137 pairs of shoes for the children at the Mbiriizi Advanced Primary and Day Care School in Uganda, Africa. The project, entitled “Shoes of Peace”, was the brainchild of the VBS coordinators, Celia Doty (pictured standing on left of children) and Julie Hansen.

The VBS was held August 19-23 and ran from 9 to 11:30 am. A total of 15 children ranging in age from 4 to 12 participated in this drive. Sylvia Allen, founder of Sylvia's Children, spoke to the children, talked about how different the living conditions were for the African children and demonstrated how valuable these she contributions were to the Ugandan children, many of whom have no shoes.

Celia, who went to Uganda with Sylvia's Children on their Christmas 2010 trip said, “When our children learned that many children had no shoes at all, when they themselves had as many as 10 pairs, they began to enthusiastically collect shoes and bring them to school.” Interestingly, as people learned about the shoe drive they began to bring shoes to Celia's shop, Modern Beauty. She is still accepting donations and, as she said, “With 1,000 children needing shoes just keep bringing the shoes!” Sylvia's Children 9/16/13. Read entire article


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Child gives his own money to help African children.

A Child's Heart Touched by Sylvia's Children

When young Brendon learned of the children in the Mbiriizi Primary School in Masaka, Uganda, Africa, he knew he wanted to help. After talking to his parents, he presented his school teacher with a letter and $125 of his own money to give to Sylvia's Children.
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