Home of the Holy Angels

 


Harriet Tusiime
Harriet

Brenda Tusiime
Brenda

Ronald Tumusiime
Ronald is 8 years old; born November 1, 2005. He began at The Home of the Holy Angels in 2014 and is in second grade. Ronald is in good health and he likes soccer. His mother, Harriet Nabukeera, is HIV positive and ill. Ronald’s father died in 2013. Ronald is in the care of his grandmother who is looking after 10 children.

Agnes Murungi
Agnes began at The Home of Holy Angels in 2012 She is academically bright especially in science. She may become a medical worker. She is sociable and likes playing netball and listening to popular music.


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Sisters Convent

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For 2014-2015, we are focusing our building plans on creating a comfortable living space for our sisters and campus guests. This will provide a home for our sisters as well as short-term immersion retreats by Friends of KUDU who would like a close-up inspection of our school. It will permit us the opportunity to partner with U.S.-based colleges and schools who have post-graduate programs in global initiative programs in public health and pediatric services. A convent and chapel for the sisters will be an invaluable addition to our spirituality program and will serve to attract quality personnel.

My Gift for the Sisters Convent

We estimate the total cost of the convent to be $130,000. The first $12,500 raised for this building fund will be matched, so your dollar-for-dollar donation is actually worth twice the amount! Having local religious sisters visit our campus to worship with the children, to add their perspective on educational assignments and become a part of our identity is a significantly positive step in the development of The Home of the Holy Angels.

The source of the religious sisters will be from both Uganda and other sources abroad to provide a diverse mix of skills that may include primary education, health care education, nutritional education, mentoring, nurturing, spiritual advisement, community development and administrative support.

Plans for the convent include housing up to 12 religious sisters and four visitors. It will be staffed by a cook and housekeeper. It will include private bath and toilet facilities, hot water and climate control, adequate opportunities for private Mass by the sisters, and reading and reflection.

                            Thank you