Good Samaritan Children's Home

Action for Restoration of Hope  

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About Us

New Faces Of 2017. 11 Children have been rescued  from the Slums of Kampala City Surbub.

This Children were Abandoned in Kanyanya long gayaza Road and he was rescued By Police of Kawempe and Now In Good Samaritan Children's Home Uganda.

GOSACHU was established in 2004 as a community based Organization  after recognizing the need for urgent action in rescuing, caring, supporting children, families and communities who were affected by HIV/AIDS and other health related illnesses. However, it wasn’t until that GOSACHU was officially registered as an NGO.  the organization is  currently operating in Buyende District the newly recent founded district in the eastern Uganda.

  Abandoned Children in samaritan Home.

It’s mandate and philosophy, coupled with a robust program and targeted beneficiaries are attuned to increase family and community capacities to care for orphans and other vulnerable children, who are either affected or infected by HIV. 

The organization’s main focus is the orphaned child.

Activities are centered on supporting these children but also improving rural communities in which they live through: Education, family based skills empowerment and community health care programs.

In health care, HIV and AIDS is the most critical component that GOSACHU is involved with.

GOSACHU interventions are based on the understanding and appreciation that family and community needs cannot be separated from the general care of children, and responses need to be developed as part of broader-based community care initiatives.

 

   Child Outreach Program.

Community–based action to support families fostering young children is essential to providing the care they need to grow into healthier, contributing members of society. This calls for strategies to provide support, care and guidance to families, parents/guardians and caregivers that are directly or indirectly affected by HIV/AIDS

However, small family-based solutions are the most realistic options for children and need to be expanded within and beyond the boundaries of just the family into the community.