Here are some of the students we have supported through college and university. Studies included a variety of subjects: law, business and management, mass communication, journalism, clinical medicine, community health, surgery and meteorology.
They have all come through our sponsorship programme at the Children's Centre and all have sponsors who helped to support them through university. The cost of university varies according to subject and accommodation. There are bursaries available but generally the cost is around £100 per month.
We have several more students achieving high grades at 'O' and 'A' levels. If you'd like to help provide them with a university education please contact us.
Charles Lwanga (middle) with his family. Charles studied Mass Communication and has graduated.
Charles studied all forms of communication. In his last year his studies included human rights and culture in media, sociological of media, investigative journalism, politics and government of east africa, public relations and media and newspaper and magazine production.
Charles wants to specialise in broadcasting and advertising.
Godfrey Mugambwa studying for Bachelor of Clinical Medicine and Community Health.
Godfrey is in his final year at Kampala International University. He studied at primary level at Stephen Jota Centre.
This is a new course in Uganda intended to improve care at health centre level. It includes training to manage diseases such as malaria, cholera and other common diseases that have resulted in millions of deaths in Africa. It also includes training in maternal health and related problems.
Godfrey has the vision of transforming his community by building a centre to provide good health care to mothers, children and other patients and educate them in how to keep themselves healthy.
Frank Kawooya studying Meteorology at National Meteorological School in Entebbe.
Frank has been part of our sponsorship programme for many years. He attended Stephen Jota Children's Centre and went on to Muyenga High to study to A level.
In 2014 he joined National Meteorological School to study for a Diploma in Meteorology. Meteorology deals with Water and Environment, Tourism, Aviation, Climate Change Unit, Agriculture, Defence, Construction, Education, Forestry, Planning Sector and Marine Sector. The Ugandan National Meteorological Authority is looking to employ people who have qualifications in this area.
"If we don't show the children love they will never know in the whole world that there is anything called love. That's why I want to build the Children's Centre to show the love of God to the children in our country." Stephen Jota, Uganda.
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