Over ten thousand people live in Namuwongo in conditions of extreme poverty. Most of them are displaced people from Northern Uganda or refugees who fled civil wars in Kenya, Congo, Sudan, and Rwanda. The majority of Namuwongo residents are unemployed, and even those who manage to find jobs earn an average income that falls short of the international poverty line.

Little Light was established in July 2007, as a self-help community center at Namuwongo Zone B, one of the largest and poorest slums in Kampala, Uganda. The program is operated by a local voluntary non-profit organization, ‘Little Light UG’, an organization that grew organically from the local community.

Give monthly:

15$ - Monthly scholastics and art

30$ - Full scholarship for a children

50$ - Hot meals for a whole class

Give one-time

20$ - Scholastics and art (books, stationery, painting colors)

40$ - Music instruments and costumes for our Youth Dance Groups

80$ - 200 Nutritious local hot meals

200$ - Medical equipment: Malaria and HIV testing, Hygienic products, First aid etc.

300$ - Scholarship for a full year

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