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Watu wabaya @kelvinyondan5
@jumamahadhi21
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Hawa ni wachezaji wa @yangasc sio wasanii kama mnavyo niuliza dm niwakumbushe unapo zungumzia @gsmtanzania unazungumia kuusu muonekano .
#wapesalamu #mekumjanja #daimambelenyumamwiko #ligikuutanzaniabara #azamsports2

Watu wabaya @kelvinyondan5
@jumamahadhi21
@niyonzimaharuna 💛💚💪
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Hawa ni wachezaji wa @yangasc sio wasanii kama mnavyo niuliza dm niwakumbushe unapo zungumzia @gsmtanzania unazungumia kuusu muonekano .
#wapesalamu #mekumjanja #daimambelenyumamwiko #ligikuutanzaniabara #azamsports2

Earlier this week on Tuesday I had a great opportunity to celebrate the #menstrualhygieneday in Kisenyi Slum with The One Love Foundation community @wellbeing.foundation @breakdanceprojectuganda1 @she_is_hiphop and other people from Kisenyi. 
The @wellbeing.foundation in partnership with @breakdanceprojectuganda1 @she_is_hiphop threw a FREE event educating people about menstrual health and reproductive health. The day had so many activities happening. We had free health and art (dance, visual arts, music) workshops and performances. Much respect for this community ❤️❤️ #SocialChange #streetchildren #kids #Kampala #Uganda #Streetkids #children #arts #reproductivehealth #Africa #Hiphop #notforprofit #beatboxers #emcees #bgirls #bboys #community #unity #mensturalhygieneweek #menstrualhygieneday #education #rights #slums  #ghetto  #kisenyi #breakdanceprojectuganda #wellbeingfoundation #sheishiphop #swipe #swipeleft

Earlier this week on Tuesday I had a great opportunity to celebrate the #menstrualhygieneday in Kisenyi Slum with The One Love Foundation community @wellbeing.foundation @breakdanceprojectuganda1 @she_is_hiphop and other people from Kisenyi.
The @wellbeing.foundation in partnership with @breakdanceprojectuganda1 @she_is_hiphop threw a FREE event educating people about menstrual health and reproductive health. The day had so many activities happening. We had free health and art (dance, visual arts, music) workshops and performances. Much respect for this community ❤️❤️ #SocialChange #streetchildren #kids #Kampala #Uganda #Streetkids #children #arts #reproductivehealth #Africa #Hiphop #notforprofit #beatboxers #emcees #bgirls #bboys #community #unity #mensturalhygieneweek #menstrualhygieneday #education #rights #slums #ghetto #kisenyi #breakdanceprojectuganda #wellbeingfoundation #sheishiphop #swipe #swipeleft

Mmmmmmh YANI KILA NIKIIFIKIRIA ILE MIPASI YA HUYU MTOTO WA #KISENYI @niyonzimaharuna 🤔 WAKUITWA FABREGAS HARUNA HAKIZIMANA NIYONZIMA ⚽️,ILE MIPASI UNAIBETUA KUSHOTO HALAFU  UNATAZAMA KULIA YANI KAMA #GAUCHO VILE 😀😃,BASI NAONA KABISA MASAA HAYAFIKI,MAANA NATAKA NIKAMTIE MTU AIBU NA NATAKA BOSS MWARABU ANUNE NA AJIUZULU KESHO 😀😃 (Msipaniki Msitukane Hii Ni Football Tu Mtani) 🙏🖐 #GROW_UP #mbeledaimanyumamwiko💛💚💛💚⚽

Mmmmmmh YANI KILA NIKIIFIKIRIA ILE MIPASI YA HUYU MTOTO WA #KISENYI @niyonzimaharuna 🤔 WAKUITWA FABREGAS HARUNA HAKIZIMANA NIYONZIMA ⚽️,ILE MIPASI UNAIBETUA KUSHOTO HALAFU UNATAZAMA KULIA YANI KAMA #GAUCHO VILE 😀😃,BASI NAONA KABISA MASAA HAYAFIKI,MAANA NATAKA NIKAMTIE MTU AIBU NA NATAKA BOSS MWARABU ANUNE NA AJIUZULU KESHO 😀😃 (Msipaniki Msitukane Hii Ni Football Tu Mtani) 🙏🖐 #GROW_UP #mbeledaimanyumamwiko 💛💚💛💚⚽

A group of street children at 6 in the morning is standing in the Kisenyi slum in Kampala, Uganda. Soon they will start collecting plastic bottles. By collecting them, they can earn 200 shillings for 1kg. Around 5 cents of dollar. The picture is from my project about street children in Uganda⠀
“Children of God” ➡️ #DzieciBogaAleksandraDynas⠀
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#kisenyislum #kisenyi #ugandaafrica #helpuganda #proudlyugandan #kampalauganda #ugandanphotographer #thisisuganda #kampalalife #kampalacity #slumlifephotography #slumphotography #Kampala #uganda #theslums #humanrightsdefenders #humanrightsaremypride #fightforhumanrights #humanrightsadvocate #standupforhumanrights #humanrightsactivist #humanrightsforall #humanrightswatch #reportagens ⠀⠀
#reportages #photoreport #photoreporters #photojournalistic #photojournalists

A group of street children at 6 in the morning is standing in the Kisenyi slum in Kampala, Uganda. Soon they will start collecting plastic bottles. By collecting them, they can earn 200 shillings for 1kg. Around 5 cents of dollar. The picture is from my project about street children in Uganda⠀
“Children of God” ➡️ #DzieciBogaAleksandraDynas

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#kisenyislum #kisenyi #ugandaafrica #helpuganda #proudlyugandan #kampalauganda #ugandanphotographer #thisisuganda #kampalalife #kampalacity #slumlifephotography #slumphotography #Kampala #uganda #theslums #humanrightsdefenders #humanrightsaremypride #fightforhumanrights #humanrightsadvocate #standupforhumanrights #humanrightsactivist #humanrightsforall #humanrightswatch #reportagens ⠀⠀
#reportages #photoreport #photoreporters #photojournalistic #photojournalists

A girl saw me with the camera and jumped making silly faces. ⠀
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The photo was taken while visiting the Kisenyi slum in Kampala, Uganda. Kisenyi is the biggest slum in Uganda. I spent in this slum 3 months when I was working on my project about street children in Uganda. ⠀
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#kisenyislum #kisenyi #ugandaafrica #helpuganda #proudlyugandan #kampalauganda #ugandanphotographer #thisisuganda #kampalalife #kampalacity #slumlifephotography #slumphotography #Kampala #uganda #theslums #humanrightsdefenders #humanrightsaremypride #fightforhumanrights #humanrightsadvocate #standupforhumanrights #humanrightsactivist #humanrightsforall #humanrightswatch #reportagens ⠀⠀
#reportages #photoreport #photoreporters #photojournalistic #photojournalists #photojournlism

A girl saw me with the camera and jumped making silly faces. ⠀

The photo was taken while visiting the Kisenyi slum in Kampala, Uganda. Kisenyi is the biggest slum in Uganda. I spent in this slum 3 months when I was working on my project about street children in Uganda. ⠀
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#kisenyislum #kisenyi #ugandaafrica #helpuganda #proudlyugandan #kampalauganda #ugandanphotographer #thisisuganda #kampalalife #kampalacity #slumlifephotography #slumphotography #Kampala #uganda #theslums #humanrightsdefenders #humanrightsaremypride #fightforhumanrights #humanrightsadvocate #standupforhumanrights #humanrightsactivist #humanrightsforall #humanrightswatch #reportagens ⠀⠀
#reportages #photoreport #photoreporters #photojournalistic #photojournalists #photojournlism

The views from #craterdrive at Queen Elizabeth National Park got me in the feels, one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen! ... @kasenyisafaricamp
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#safari #queenelizabethnationalpark #kisenyisafaricamp #kisenyi #discoverlocal #seeuganda #uganda #melanin #blackgirlswhotravel #tstmkrsafrica #travelnoire #naturalhair #naturalista #outdoors #wanderlust

The views from #craterdrive at Queen Elizabeth National Park got me in the feels, one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen! ... @kasenyisafaricamp
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We’re roughly 1 week from heading back to the States.
If you’d like to share a coffee or a meal or schedule a time for me to speak to people who need to hear about Benjamin House, let me know! I can definitely do something on these days:
Friday, 9/27
Saturday, 9/28 Breakfast or lunch in Spartanburg area
Saturday, 10/5 Dinner or evening in Spartanburg area
Wednesday, 10/9

We’re roughly 1 week from heading back to the States.
If you’d like to share a coffee or a meal or schedule a time for me to speak to people who need to hear about Benjamin House, let me know! I can definitely do something on these days:
Friday, 9/27
Saturday, 9/28 Breakfast or lunch in Spartanburg area
Saturday, 10/5 Dinner or evening in Spartanburg area
Wednesday, 10/9

Fondly known as the green city in the sun or as the city of 7 hills, Kampala is the commercial and administrative capital of Uganda. The  7 hills are: Kampala Hill, Kasubi Hill, Mengo hill, Kibuli Hill, Namirembe Hill, Lubaga Hill, Nsambya Hill. I started the tour with Kampala Hill. The Uganda National Mosque, formerly called the Gaddafi National Mosque is located in this hill. This is the biggest mosque in Uganda, and it is said to be one of the biggest in East Africa – accommodating up to 50,000 people. After climbing 272 steps, I reached to the top of the minaret and had an impressive bird’s eye view of the city. Next stop was the Kisenyi Slum which is located in the heart of Kampala adjacent to the capital's central business district. This is a huge neighbourhood where some of Uganda’s poorest and most vulnerable residents live in extremely close quarters, many without access to running water. Adventure for today was crossing the Nakivubo Lane which is the habitat for thugs. I was damn scared to cross the criminals hideout. Next stop was old taxi stand, from there I headed to Owino Market which is the second largest market in Africa for second hand clothes occupying 7.04 hectares of land in Kampala. It’s like an over populated maze. My last stop was huge and chaotic Nakasero Market. One of the most colorful food markets in Uganda with cheapest option for purchasing fruits and vegetables. For travellers with more adventurous appetites, the market is dotted with vendors selling a favourite local snack, Grasshoppers!!! #kisenyi #gaddafimosque #owino #nakaseromarket #grasshoppers #taxistand #uganda #kampala #kampalahills #

Fondly known as the green city in the sun or as the city of 7 hills, Kampala is the commercial and administrative capital of Uganda. The 7 hills are: Kampala Hill, Kasubi Hill, Mengo hill, Kibuli Hill, Namirembe Hill, Lubaga Hill, Nsambya Hill. I started the tour with Kampala Hill. The Uganda National Mosque, formerly called the Gaddafi National Mosque is located in this hill. This is the biggest mosque in Uganda, and it is said to be one of the biggest in East Africa – accommodating up to 50,000 people. After climbing 272 steps, I reached to the top of the minaret and had an impressive bird’s eye view of the city. Next stop was the Kisenyi Slum which is located in the heart of Kampala adjacent to the capital's central business district. This is a huge neighbourhood where some of Uganda’s poorest and most vulnerable residents live in extremely close quarters, many without access to running water. Adventure for today was crossing the Nakivubo Lane which is the habitat for thugs. I was damn scared to cross the criminals hideout. Next stop was old taxi stand, from there I headed to Owino Market which is the second largest market in Africa for second hand clothes occupying 7.04 hectares of land in Kampala. It’s like an over populated maze. My last stop was huge and chaotic Nakasero Market. One of the most colorful food markets in Uganda with cheapest option for purchasing fruits and vegetables. For travellers with more adventurous appetites, the market is dotted with vendors selling a favourite local snack, Grasshoppers!!! #kisenyi #gaddafimosque #owino #nakaseromarket #grasshoppers #taxistand #uganda #kampala #kampalahills #

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This is home for the majority of the children in our ministry. Parents make less than $1 each day, so paying for food, health care, education, and clothes for the entire family is practically impossible. Every day, Ugandan parents are faced with a choice: either I can keep my child and when they're older they'll struggle with life just like I do now, or I can take my child to an orphanage where they'll get 3 meals a day, an education, and a chance for a better life. We believe that's a choice no parent should ever have to make. While the quick fix to the orphan care crisis in Uganda is to build orphanages and give kids the most comfortable life possible, in the long term it makes the situation exponentially worse. Kids need families! Our desire is to remove the barriers that might keep a child from their family or tribe of origin so they can grow up learning what family looks like. If the expense of school fees or providing enough food for the family is the challenge, we offer sponsorship for the child so that he can stay with his parents. Building another orphanage would essentially put a bandaid on the Ugandan orphan care crisis. We want to provide solutions at the root of the issue by restoring families, one child at a time!
You can be an integral part of that restoration! Become a forever family to a child that you may never meet, by partnering with BHM! Learn more at www.benjaminhouse.net.

This is home for the majority of the children in our ministry. Parents make less than $1 each day, so paying for food, health care, education, and clothes for the entire family is practically impossible. Every day, Ugandan parents are faced with a choice: either I can keep my child and when they're older they'll struggle with life just like I do now, or I can take my child to an orphanage where they'll get 3 meals a day, an education, and a chance for a better life. We believe that's a choice no parent should ever have to make. While the quick fix to the orphan care crisis in Uganda is to build orphanages and give kids the most comfortable life possible, in the long term it makes the situation exponentially worse. Kids need families! Our desire is to remove the barriers that might keep a child from their family or tribe of origin so they can grow up learning what family looks like. If the expense of school fees or providing enough food for the family is the challenge, we offer sponsorship for the child so that he can stay with his parents. Building another orphanage would essentially put a bandaid on the Ugandan orphan care crisis. We want to provide solutions at the root of the issue by restoring families, one child at a time!
You can be an integral part of that restoration! Become a forever family to a child that you may never meet, by partnering with BHM! Learn more at www.benjaminhouse.net.

“If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Lives are being changed every day that we can get food onto families’ tables! Let’s keep moving forward!

“If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Lives are being changed every day that we can get food onto families’ tables! Let’s keep moving forward!

Many of the families we serve are multi-generational and parents are not only working to provide for their children, but for their parents as well! This Grandma and her grandchildren had just finished meals of porridge (maize flour, water, and sugar if they had any) and were doing the dishes when we came across them and gave them enough food to get through the week! No more flour-water for them!

Many of the families we serve are multi-generational and parents are not only working to provide for their children, but for their parents as well! This Grandma and her grandchildren had just finished meals of porridge (maize flour, water, and sugar if they had any) and were doing the dishes when we came across them and gave them enough food to get through the week! No more flour-water for them!

What does every 13 year old girl want for her birthday? A chicken of course! 🐔

These are the kinds of gifts that we love — the empowering ones! Catherine and her family will now be able to sell eggs from their chicken, thanks to her sponsor’s birthday present!

What does every 13 year old girl want for her birthday? A chicken of course! 🐔

These are the kinds of gifts that we love — the empowering ones! Catherine and her family will now be able to sell eggs from their chicken, thanks to her sponsor’s birthday present!

The news of 3 more weeks of lockdown is challenging to hear, but our sponsored children have such strong parents! This is Suzan, mama to #BHMsponsor kiddos Namono and Sylvia. Before the COVID-19 lockdowns began in March, Suzan was working in one of the largest markets in Kampala city where she sold buckets for domestic use. When the market closed, Suzan created new ways to provide for her family of eleven. She called everyone she could walk to and took orders for buckets. For the past 7 weeks, Suzan has walked door-to-door to deliver 10-20 buckets each day (roughly half the inventory she sold before lockdowns).
To supplement her sales, Suzan has partnered with local vegetable stands to sell buckets to their clients, as well! Suzan also shared that she may add bananas and avocados to her door-to-door deliveries to be able to work closer to her 10 children at home.
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Please continue to pray with us as we continue to partner with families like Suzan’s. They are determined to make a better future for themselves and their families. We won’t let them down!

The news of 3 more weeks of lockdown is challenging to hear, but our sponsored children have such strong parents! This is Suzan, mama to #BHMsponsor kiddos Namono and Sylvia. Before the COVID-19 lockdowns began in March, Suzan was working in one of the largest markets in Kampala city where she sold buckets for domestic use. When the market closed, Suzan created new ways to provide for her family of eleven. She called everyone she could walk to and took orders for buckets. For the past 7 weeks, Suzan has walked door-to-door to deliver 10-20 buckets each day (roughly half the inventory she sold before lockdowns).
To supplement her sales, Suzan has partnered with local vegetable stands to sell buckets to their clients, as well! Suzan also shared that she may add bananas and avocados to her door-to-door deliveries to be able to work closer to her 10 children at home.
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Please continue to pray with us as we continue to partner with families like Suzan’s. They are determined to make a better future for themselves and their families. We won’t let them down!

We met Brian, Syfa, and Zam yesterday and were able to take them grocery shopping for 1 week of food! Zam misses her work and looks forward to being able to sell her brooms and beautiful papyrus mats again once the lockdowns permit her to go door-to-door. But tonight, they’re eating in style! 🍽 Thank you for feeding this sweet family!

We met Brian, Syfa, and Zam yesterday and were able to take them grocery shopping for 1 week of food! Zam misses her work and looks forward to being able to sell her brooms and beautiful papyrus mats again once the lockdowns permit her to go door-to-door. But tonight, they’re eating in style! 🍽 Thank you for feeding this sweet family!

Thank you so much to our sponsors who remember even the little things during lockdown! You add so much joy even to quarantined birthday parties! 🎉 We went with Linda and her family to help them pick out groceries and some special treats, like soda, for Linda’s birthday!

Thank you so much to our sponsors who remember even the little things during lockdown! You add so much joy even to quarantined birthday parties! 🎉 We went with Linda and her family to help them pick out groceries and some special treats, like soda, for Linda’s birthday!

Happy Mother’s Day! 🌷

This week we had the immense pleasure of meeting Mary. She is the mother of these 4, including their newborn baby brother, Isaiah! Mary and her husband, Edward, are both out of work due to the COVID-19 lockdowns. Edward has been able to lay brick for a day’s earnings, but it is far from consistent.
As we talked with them, we learned that little Isaiah is only 1 day old!
Last Sunday, Mary, Edward, and their 3 kids were eating 1 meal a day and making do with porridge in between meals. That night, Mary realized she was going to have Isaiah soon, but chose to stay home to respect the COVID-19 curfew. In the morning, she left their home in labor and walked for 2 hours until she reached the nearest hospital!
We were so happy to be able to bless this family with ample food for the week and some newborn essentials as we looked toward this special holiday! Thank you, Mamas, for adding a sponsored child into your heart, teaching your little ones about family restoration, and sacrificing to put food on the tables of people you may never meet! Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day! 🌷

This week we had the immense pleasure of meeting Mary. She is the mother of these 4, including their newborn baby brother, Isaiah! Mary and her husband, Edward, are both out of work due to the COVID-19 lockdowns. Edward has been able to lay brick for a day’s earnings, but it is far from consistent.
As we talked with them, we learned that little Isaiah is only 1 day old!
Last Sunday, Mary, Edward, and their 3 kids were eating 1 meal a day and making do with porridge in between meals. That night, Mary realized she was going to have Isaiah soon, but chose to stay home to respect the COVID-19 curfew. In the morning, she left their home in labor and walked for 2 hours until she reached the nearest hospital!
We were so happy to be able to bless this family with ample food for the week and some newborn essentials as we looked toward this special holiday! Thank you, Mamas, for adding a sponsored child into your heart, teaching your little ones about family restoration, and sacrificing to put food on the tables of people you may never meet! Happy Mother’s Day!

We completed our first Family Restoration a little more than 2 years ago! As we look back, it's important to remember why we tackle the orphan crisis the way we do.
Building another orphanage would essentially put a bandaid on the Ugandan orphan care crisis. We want to provide solutions at the root of the issue!
Click the link in our profile to read more about why we use transitional homes! #BHMtransitionalhomes

We completed our first Family Restoration a little more than 2 years ago! As we look back, it's important to remember why we tackle the orphan crisis the way we do.
Building another orphanage would essentially put a bandaid on the Ugandan orphan care crisis. We want to provide solutions at the root of the issue!
Click the link in our profile to read more about why we use transitional homes! #BHMtransitionalhomes

The switch to online shopping isn't all bad! 🛒
If you love Amazon, then you’ll love this! You can use your everyday shopping to restore families! AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.
So register Benjamin House Ministries Inc. as your charitable organization at www.smile.amazon.com to donate 5% of your everyday purchases to family restoration! #weareBHM

The switch to online shopping isn't all bad! 🛒
If you love Amazon, then you’ll love this! You can use your everyday shopping to restore families! AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.
So register Benjamin House Ministries Inc. as your charitable organization at www.smile.amazon.com to donate 5% of your everyday purchases to family restoration! #weareBHM

Our lockdown has been extended another 2 weeks, but we will do all we can to ensure that the next 2 weeks are not hungry ones for your sponsored children and for our neighbors! Here is Shilla with her sponsor’s gift of rice, sugar, and biscuits!

Learn more about our wholistic approach to Sponsorship at www.benjaminhouse.net/sponsor-a-child!

#BHMsponsorship

Our lockdown has been extended another 2 weeks, but we will do all we can to ensure that the next 2 weeks are not hungry ones for your sponsored children and for our neighbors! Here is Shilla with her sponsor’s gift of rice, sugar, and biscuits!

Learn more about our wholistic approach to Sponsorship at www.benjaminhouse.net/sponsor-a-child!

#BHMsponsorship

"God has not left you. He knows your name."
We are so grateful to be able to worship with our House Church family through technology. Go to @thehouseug's Facebook page to watch more worship and sermon videos! #housechurchuganda

"God has not left you. He knows your name."
We are so grateful to be able to worship with our House Church family through technology. Go to @thehouseug 's Facebook page to watch more worship and sermon videos! #housechurchuganda

We are privileged to be the hands & feet alongside so many of you who have made sacrificial donations to put food on families tables!
Know that as we pray for each family we’re able to help during this crisis, we are also praying for each of you! We thank God for you everyday! Together, we are the family restorers!

We are privileged to be the hands & feet alongside so many of you who have made sacrificial donations to put food on families tables!
Know that as we pray for each family we’re able to help during this crisis, we are also praying for each of you! We thank God for you everyday! Together, we are the family restorers!

“You ran and everyone won!” ➡️ SWIPE to watch!
The 50 miles are finished but the impact all of our donors have made in Uganda is unforgettable! We tallied up your Facebook, website, and mailed-in giving and you all have provided enough food for families to eat for nearly 2 months! We are blown away by your kindness and are especially thankful to @jonathanomics for organizing this campaign!
Please continue to share our story and get involved as you feel led! #weareBHM

“You ran and everyone won!” ➡️ SWIPE to watch!
The 50 miles are finished but the impact all of our donors have made in Uganda is unforgettable! We tallied up your Facebook, website, and mailed-in giving and you all have provided enough food for families to eat for nearly 2 months! We are blown away by your kindness and are especially thankful to @jonathanomics for organizing this campaign!
Please continue to share our story and get involved as you feel led! #weareBHM

We were walking our neighborhood, supplied with the food and charcoal that donors have sacrificed to provide when we happened along her. She was sitting on the ground crying and alone, outside of a home with many children playing in front of her. We approached her and as she saw us coming, she wiped away her tears and attempted to compose herself. She shared with us that all 6 children were hers, but that she was raising them alone. Before businesses closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19, she worked as a laborer in a nearby factory. With each day's pay, she bought enough food for 1 meal for her entire family and paid rent. Without this work, they have been evicted. For days, they have been chased away from one rental home to the next. As she shared that they were told they could stay outside of her former home for shelter, she cried out that their lives will never be the same again.
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No longer able to hide her pain, she confided that she would rather take poison and meet her Maker than watch her children starve in her presence. No words can accurately describe the pain in her eyes as she looked off at her 6 beautiful children.

Immediately, we gave her food for the week.
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Thank you to the many who have sacrificed to put food on our neighbors’ tables! In order to protect the identity of people in desperate situations, our updates may change — less photos of faces, more pseudonyms — but our mission remains the same. We will always continue to work to transform the lives of vulnerable children and empower them for a better future! Thank you for standing with us!

We were walking our neighborhood, supplied with the food and charcoal that donors have sacrificed to provide when we happened along her. She was sitting on the ground crying and alone, outside of a home with many children playing in front of her. We approached her and as she saw us coming, she wiped away her tears and attempted to compose herself. She shared with us that all 6 children were hers, but that she was raising them alone. Before businesses closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19, she worked as a laborer in a nearby factory. With each day's pay, she bought enough food for 1 meal for her entire family and paid rent. Without this work, they have been evicted. For days, they have been chased away from one rental home to the next. As she shared that they were told they could stay outside of her former home for shelter, she cried out that their lives will never be the same again.

No longer able to hide her pain, she confided that she would rather take poison and meet her Maker than watch her children starve in her presence. No words can accurately describe the pain in her eyes as she looked off at her 6 beautiful children.

Immediately, we gave her food for the week.
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Thank you to the many who have sacrificed to put food on our neighbors’ tables! In order to protect the identity of people in desperate situations, our updates may change — less photos of faces, more pseudonyms — but our mission remains the same. We will always continue to work to transform the lives of vulnerable children and empower them for a better future! Thank you for standing with us!

Viruses are contagious, but we believe kindness is contagious too!
You've raised over $1️⃣,0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ since Friday to feed Ugandan families who are without work due to the coronavirus! This means 200 families will be able to eat this week! We've already begun to distribute the food and charcoal these donations provide for!
Follow along with @jonathanomics’ fundraiser as he runs 50 miles in a weekend to raise awareness that every $5 donated feeds a family!

Viruses are contagious, but we believe kindness is contagious too!
You've raised over $1️⃣,0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ since Friday to feed Ugandan families who are without work due to the coronavirus! This means 200 families will be able to eat this week! We've already begun to distribute the food and charcoal these donations provide for!
Follow along with @jonathanomics ’ fundraiser as he runs 50 miles in a weekend to raise awareness that every $5 donated feeds a family!

"I think there has never been a time to serve people more relentlessly than now. We will do all we have to, even walk." - Joakim Matende
To which Jonathan Keisler says, "Even run!" 👟

You can feed a family for 1 week with a single $5 donation. On April 24th at 8pm EST, BHM supporter @jonathanomics will start running 4 miles every 4 hours for 48 hours to bring awareness to this opportunity to give! We'll share his posts here as he updates us on his fundraiser and his run! But please don’t wait until then to donate! All gifts go straight to these families in need. You can donate here or make a tax deductible donation through our website (choose COVID-19 Support). Let’s go make a difference!

Learn more and give at https://www.benjaminhouse.net/

"I think there has never been a time to serve people more relentlessly than now. We will do all we have to, even walk." - Joakim Matende
To which Jonathan Keisler says, "Even run!" 👟

You can feed a family for 1 week with a single $5 donation. On April 24th at 8pm EST, BHM supporter @jonathanomics will start running 4 miles every 4 hours for 48 hours to bring awareness to this opportunity to give! We'll share his posts here as he updates us on his fundraiser and his run! But please don’t wait until then to donate! All gifts go straight to these families in need. You can donate here or make a tax deductible donation through our website (choose COVID-19 Support). Let’s go make a difference!

Learn more and give at https://www.benjaminhouse.net/

This is a time unlike any other. Parents are out of work. Children are out of school. And travel is extremely limited. By now, the food distributions we were able to complete 2 weeks ago have run out.
But it only takes $5 to feed a family! 🖐🏿
Help our neighbors get through the next 3 weeks by donating through Instagram, online, or by mail! You can even start your own fundraiser on your Story by clicking the Donate sticker!

This is a time unlike any other. Parents are out of work. Children are out of school. And travel is extremely limited. By now, the food distributions we were able to complete 2 weeks ago have run out.
But it only takes $5 to feed a family! 🖐🏿
Help our neighbors get through the next 3 weeks by donating through Instagram, online, or by mail! You can even start your own fundraiser on your Story by clicking the Donate sticker!

Meet Brian!
Brian Kitibwa is 13 years old and lives in the Katanga slum. His mom, Juliet, is raising Brian and his 2 brothers there. Brian's mom works 2 jobs in order to provide for everyone, including sweeping the city streets early each morning.
Yesterday, Juliet called saying Brian wasn't feeling well. Health precautions surrounding the coronavirus have prevented Juliet from working for 2 weeks and they are worried about covering medical expenses. We encouraged them to go to the hospital and were told this morning that Brian has malaria and has lost a lot of weight. The hospital is giving Brian fluids, but has offered no medication.

Brian's favorite color is red, he loves soccer, and wants to be an Engineer when he grows up! We want to be able to tell Brian and his family that they are not alone — someone wants to walk alongside them to see Brian get well and fulfill his dreams. Could that someone be you?
Go to https://benjaminhouse.reachapp.co/sponsorships to sponsor Brian, and others like him, today! Link in profile.

Meet Brian!
Brian Kitibwa is 13 years old and lives in the Katanga slum. His mom, Juliet, is raising Brian and his 2 brothers there. Brian's mom works 2 jobs in order to provide for everyone, including sweeping the city streets early each morning.
Yesterday, Juliet called saying Brian wasn't feeling well. Health precautions surrounding the coronavirus have prevented Juliet from working for 2 weeks and they are worried about covering medical expenses. We encouraged them to go to the hospital and were told this morning that Brian has malaria and has lost a lot of weight. The hospital is giving Brian fluids, but has offered no medication.

Brian's favorite color is red, he loves soccer, and wants to be an Engineer when he grows up! We want to be able to tell Brian and his family that they are not alone — someone wants to walk alongside them to see Brian get well and fulfill his dreams. Could that someone be you?
Go to https://benjaminhouse.reachapp.co/sponsorships to sponsor Brian, and others like him, today! Link in profile.

Our days are looking very different here, but we wanted to say hello from home! Here's a quick look at a few of our staff members working to restore and preserve families from a distance! We miss you all and hope you are doing fine! Stay safe and trust in the Lord! #staysafeUG

Our days are looking very different here, but we wanted to say hello from home! Here's a quick look at a few of our staff members working to restore and preserve families from a distance! We miss you all and hope you are doing fine! Stay safe and trust in the Lord! #staysafeUG

How are you keeping entertained during this Quarantine? Share some ideas down below. So we can all help each other out with the boredom.

But yes this is a polite reminder that we do have 
Circle Mirrored Glass
@40000
DM
Call/Message the numbers below 
0703059743/ 0780509444
These make wonderful centerpieces. 
Picture Credit: Glass Uganda 
#glassuganda 
#circlemirror #quarantine #blackangels #centerpiece #homedeco#simpleideas#hourglass
 #hourglassdesgins#clutterobjects #staysafeoutthere #staysafe
#Makindye #Kololo #Muyenga #Rubaga #Kisenyi #kyadondo #madeinkampala#glasswork #glassworkuganda 
#onlinestore #homesuganda #ugandahome#ugandainterior #kampalainteriors 
#proudlyugandan  #localbusiness #Simpleliving #realestateuganda

How are you keeping entertained during this Quarantine? Share some ideas down below. So we can all help each other out with the boredom.

But yes this is a polite reminder that we do have
Circle Mirrored Glass
@40000
DM
Call/Message the numbers below
0703059743/ 0780509444
These make wonderful centerpieces.
Picture Credit: Glass Uganda
#glassuganda
#circlemirror #quarantine #blackangels #centerpiece #homedeco #simpleideas #hourglass
#hourglassdesgins #clutterobjects #staysafeoutthere #staysafe
#Makindye #Kololo #Muyenga #Rubaga #Kisenyi #kyadondo #madeinkampala #glasswork #glassworkuganda
#onlinestore #homesuganda #ugandahome #ugandainterior #kampalainteriors
#proudlyugandan #localbusiness #Simpleliving #realestateuganda

We have 40 children ready to be sponsored! 🎉

While most child sponsorship programs around the world focus on the needs of the child — and do so very well — we like to view sponsorship in terms of the whole family. We work with families to develop an individual sustainability plan for them to work to lift themselves out of poverty. Sponsorship covers schooling, basic medical care and AIDS/HIV testing and treatment, spiritual nurturing and leadership, periodic food baskets, and job skill training for the child’s parent(s)! All for just $30/month! 100% of the money you give through sponsorship is used for your child. Not a single dime is used on administrative overhead costs, so that your gift can have the greatest impact on your child and their family!

Ready to sponsor? Click the link in our profile!

Have more questions? Leave us a comment below!

We have 40 children ready to be sponsored! 🎉

While most child sponsorship programs around the world focus on the needs of the child — and do so very well — we like to view sponsorship in terms of the whole family. We work with families to develop an individual sustainability plan for them to work to lift themselves out of poverty. Sponsorship covers schooling, basic medical care and AIDS/HIV testing and treatment, spiritual nurturing and leadership, periodic food baskets, and job skill training for the child’s parent(s)! All for just $30/month! 100% of the money you give through sponsorship is used for your child. Not a single dime is used on administrative overhead costs, so that your gift can have the greatest impact on your child and their family!

Ready to sponsor? Click the link in our profile!

Have more questions? Leave us a comment below!

Do we have any big fans of ‘The Lion King?’ 🦁 It’s amazing how many children's movies are centered around themes of reunification! Even Disney’s ‘The Lion King!’
Click the link in our profile to read our latest blog, “Movies to help your Children understand Family Restoration!”

Do we have any big fans of ‘The Lion King?’ 🦁 It’s amazing how many children's movies are centered around themes of reunification! Even Disney’s ‘The Lion King!’
Click the link in our profile to read our latest blog, “Movies to help your Children understand Family Restoration!”

Whether our prayer magnet is on your fridge, you sponsor a child (or 4), or you've served with us on a mission trip, explaining family restoration to the littlest members of your family can be a challenge. The vast majority of our children haven't had to go without meals, shelter, or their parents. But they have seen Disney movies. Many of the themes incorporated into children's films can help our children grasp the complicated concepts of family restoration.
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​We hope you can use these films to help make connections for your kids to the ministry your family holds dear to your hearts!

Whether our prayer magnet is on your fridge, you sponsor a child (or 4), or you've served with us on a mission trip, explaining family restoration to the littlest members of your family can be a challenge. The vast majority of our children haven't had to go without meals, shelter, or their parents. But they have seen Disney movies. Many of the themes incorporated into children's films can help our children grasp the complicated concepts of family restoration.

​We hope you can use these films to help make connections for your kids to the ministry your family holds dear to your hearts!

These are confusing and uncertain times for all of us. But this doesn't mean the important work of inspiring hope across Uganda has stopped!
Each of us is working from home on the menial, behind-the-scene tasks that are crucial to further empower and disciple families!

Meanwhile, we cannot wait to show you our new offices when we’re able to open our doors again! How about a tour?

These are confusing and uncertain times for all of us. But this doesn't mean the important work of inspiring hope across Uganda has stopped!
Each of us is working from home on the menial, behind-the-scene tasks that are crucial to further empower and disciple families!

Meanwhile, we cannot wait to show you our new offices when we’re able to open our doors again! How about a tour?

In an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19, starting at 10pm EAT (or 3pm EST) a ban on local movement/travel and a ban on setting up food banks went into effect.
Today, we are reminded of God's perfect timing as we completed distributing food to all 3 of our sponsored regions just before these measures took effect! 🙌🏿 In fact, since this past Friday, our child advocates have worked tirelessly to get 2 weeks worth of food to 194 sponsored families and clean water to 73 sponsored families in Katanga slum!

As we wait to be able to see these families face-to-face again, we know that many of you are looking for extra ways to stand with us and help provide for families during this crisis. So, what can you do?
1. Pray for our country, and especially our sponsored children and their families.
2. Continue to faithfully give, or even give an additional amount as you are able, to Benjamin House on Instagram, through our website, or through the mail. We will divert resources for relief as soon as we are freed to do so by the government.
3. Give a family the gift of sponsorship at www.benjaminhouse.net/sponsor-a-child.
4. Stay updated on our social media pages for the latest information.

In an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19, starting at 10pm EAT (or 3pm EST) a ban on local movement/travel and a ban on setting up food banks went into effect.
Today, we are reminded of God's perfect timing as we completed distributing food to all 3 of our sponsored regions just before these measures took effect! 🙌🏿 In fact, since this past Friday, our child advocates have worked tirelessly to get 2 weeks worth of food to 194 sponsored families and clean water to 73 sponsored families in Katanga slum!

As we wait to be able to see these families face-to-face again, we know that many of you are looking for extra ways to stand with us and help provide for families during this crisis. So, what can you do?
1. Pray for our country, and especially our sponsored children and their families.
2. Continue to faithfully give, or even give an additional amount as you are able, to Benjamin House on Instagram, through our website, or through the mail. We will divert resources for relief as soon as we are freed to do so by the government.
3. Give a family the gift of sponsorship at www.benjaminhouse.net/sponsor-a-child.
4. Stay updated on our social media pages for the latest information.

With so many families living off of their “daily bread” here, social distancing has been tough on families. Students are at home, no longer receiving school lunch, and many parents cannot get to work without public transportation. Our child advocates acted quickly and we were able to get extra food to 60 of our Ntinda sponsored families yesterday!
Today we’ll be distributing food and water in Katanga and next is Nangabo!
Your sponsored families will not go hungry during this global pandemic! #lovegoesbeyondborders

With so many families living off of their “daily bread” here, social distancing has been tough on families. Students are at home, no longer receiving school lunch, and many parents cannot get to work without public transportation. Our child advocates acted quickly and we were able to get extra food to 60 of our Ntinda sponsored families yesterday!
Today we’ll be distributing food and water in Katanga and next is Nangabo!
Your sponsored families will not go hungry during this global pandemic! #lovegoesbeyondborders

@babayangu_foundation is so grateful to the leadership @irenegleesonfoundation #MrKiffasiJohnPaul for supplying babayangu with rice to help feed the #streetchildren in #kisenyi through these hard times we are all facing, they will be much more than grateful.
For more contributions and support please donate to ⬇️ :
ABSA A/C NO: 6005281863
A/C NAME: Baba Yangu Foundation 
PayPal.me/babayangufoundation
MobileMoney: 0787684459 babayangu.
Let’s all stay prayerful, stay safe and follow the guidelines @ministryofhealth_uganda and together we’ll kick #coronavirus out of uganda 🇺🇬

@babayangu_foundation is so grateful to the leadership @irenegleesonfoundation #MrKiffasiJohnPaul for supplying babayangu with rice to help feed the #streetchildren in #kisenyi through these hard times we are all facing, they will be much more than grateful.
For more contributions and support please donate to ⬇️ :
ABSA A/C NO: 6005281863
A/C NAME: Baba Yangu Foundation
PayPal.me/babayangufoundation
MobileMoney: 0787684459 babayangu.
Let’s all stay prayerful, stay safe and follow the guidelines @ministryofhealth_uganda and together we’ll kick #coronavirus out of uganda 🇺🇬

Our child advocates have had to get creative in order to check in on families while they practice social-distancing of no more than 7 people!
To distribute food, water, and gifts and to allow parents to add to and withdraw from their savings, we are having meetings in our offices with no more than 1 family at a time.
We are also using the office’s can of drinking water to allow families to wash their hands with soap and water.
We’ll keep this up as long as we need to and are working hard to keep families safe!

Our child advocates have had to get creative in order to check in on families while they practice social-distancing of no more than 7 people!
To distribute food, water, and gifts and to allow parents to add to and withdraw from their savings, we are having meetings in our offices with no more than 1 family at a time.
We are also using the office’s can of drinking water to allow families to wash their hands with soap and water.
We’ll keep this up as long as we need to and are working hard to keep families safe!

At the beginning of this school term, Cosmas visited with some of our restored families! Kevin and his dad, Francis, were reunited last June. During their visit, Francis had nothing but good things to say about his son! He shares that Kevin is very helpful at home, maintains good hygiene, and is as obedient as any 15 year old can be expected to be. 😉
Later we visited Kevin's school together to meet with the Head Teacher and heard his proposals on helping Kevin catch up in school. This boy has a brilliant mind and with more time and extra help from teachers, we all know his smarts will begin to be reflected on paper!

At the beginning of this school term, Cosmas visited with some of our restored families! Kevin and his dad, Francis, were reunited last June. During their visit, Francis had nothing but good things to say about his son! He shares that Kevin is very helpful at home, maintains good hygiene, and is as obedient as any 15 year old can be expected to be. 😉
Later we visited Kevin's school together to meet with the Head Teacher and heard his proposals on helping Kevin catch up in school. This boy has a brilliant mind and with more time and extra help from teachers, we all know his smarts will begin to be reflected on paper!

Sarah's 11th birthday just got a little sweeter! She was overwhelmed with excitement to receive these gifts from her sponsor today! #BHMsponsorship

Learn more at www.benjaminhouse.net/sponsor-a-child!

Sarah's 11th birthday just got a little sweeter! She was overwhelmed with excitement to receive these gifts from her sponsor today! #BHMsponsorship

Learn more at www.benjaminhouse.net/sponsor-a-child!

Happy Employee Appreciation Day! We wish we could clone all of these amazing people! #weareBHM

Happy Employee Appreciation Day! We wish we could clone all of these amazing people! #weareBHM

Mmmmmmh YANI KILA NIKIIFIKIRIA ILE MIPASI YA HUYU MTOTO WA #KISENYI @niyonzimaharuna 🤔 WAKUITWA FABREGAS HARUNA HAKIZIMANA NIYONZIMA ⚽️,ILE MIPASI UNAIBETUA KUSHOTO HALAFU  UNATAZAMA KULIA YANI KAMA #GAUCHO VILE 😀😃,BASI NAONA KABISA MASAA HAYAFIKI,MAANA NATAKA NIKAMTIE MTU AIBU NA NATAKA BOSS MWARABU ANUNE NA AJIUZULU KESHO 😀😃 (Msipaniki Msitukane Hii Ni Football Tu Mtani) 🙏🖐 #GROW_UP #mbeledaimanyumamwiko💛💚💛💚⚽

Mmmmmmh YANI KILA NIKIIFIKIRIA ILE MIPASI YA HUYU MTOTO WA #KISENYI @niyonzimaharuna 🤔 WAKUITWA FABREGAS HARUNA HAKIZIMANA NIYONZIMA ⚽️,ILE MIPASI UNAIBETUA KUSHOTO HALAFU UNATAZAMA KULIA YANI KAMA #GAUCHO VILE 😀😃,BASI NAONA KABISA MASAA HAYAFIKI,MAANA NATAKA NIKAMTIE MTU AIBU NA NATAKA BOSS MWARABU ANUNE NA AJIUZULU KESHO 😀😃 (Msipaniki Msitukane Hii Ni Football Tu Mtani) 🙏🖐 #GROW_UP #mbeledaimanyumamwiko 💛💚💛💚⚽

This is Annet Nambi. Annet is a single mother of six living in Ntinda. She is also a small business owner and runs a small restaurant along Kigoowa Road in Kampala, Uganda, offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner to her clients.

When we met Annet in 2017, three of her children — Shamirah, Shamim, and Sharifah — had been chosen for sponsorship and she was working as a food vendor in the city. The hours and the distance kept her from spending hardly any time with her youngest children.

Annet shared that when her BHM child advocate, Susan, emphasized the need for closer involvement between Annet and her children, Annet began contemplating finding work or starting a business closer home. She found a space, saved up, and with a loan of 800,000 UGX (about $218 USD) Annet finally stepped up to the challenge of opening her own business! She put up a makeshift structure and stocked it with the most essential items to kickstart her restaurant. ​It's been 1 month now and Annet says she is able to monitor her children all day, repay a weekly fee to clear the loan, and even makes enough money to save with the Parents of Sponsored Children in Ntinda savings group!
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https://www.benjaminhouse.net/blogs/category/full-circle-stories

This is Annet Nambi. Annet is a single mother of six living in Ntinda. She is also a small business owner and runs a small restaurant along Kigoowa Road in Kampala, Uganda, offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner to her clients.

When we met Annet in 2017, three of her children — Shamirah, Shamim, and Sharifah — had been chosen for sponsorship and she was working as a food vendor in the city. The hours and the distance kept her from spending hardly any time with her youngest children.

Annet shared that when her BHM child advocate, Susan, emphasized the need for closer involvement between Annet and her children, Annet began contemplating finding work or starting a business closer home. She found a space, saved up, and with a loan of 800,000 UGX (about $218 USD) Annet finally stepped up to the challenge of opening her own business! She put up a makeshift structure and stocked it with the most essential items to kickstart her restaurant. ​It's been 1 month now and Annet says she is able to monitor her children all day, repay a weekly fee to clear the loan, and even makes enough money to save with the Parents of Sponsored Children in Ntinda savings group!
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https://www.benjaminhouse.net/blogs/category/full-circle-stories

We’re celebrating 5 years of family restoration! 🎉 For the rest of the week, all #BHMswag is 5% off! Use code HAPPY5TH at BHMswag.com!

We’re celebrating 5 years of family restoration! 🎉 For the rest of the week, all #BHMswag is 5% off! Use code HAPPY5TH at BHMswag.com!

Little cycle breakers!

Little cycle breakers!

🎉 Happy Birthday Benjamin House! 🎉
We’re celebrating 5 years of family restoration through BHM today! We know that the orphan crisis in Uganda is big, but we have seen that the hearts of those praying, serving, and sacrificing with us are bigger! God has used so many people to change countless lives here in Kampala. Our BHM family is unmatched in the love you share for us and the passion you put into action to restore families! Your support has empowered more than 544 families through child sponsorship, entrepreneurship training, family reunification, and the saving knowledge of the Gospel! Today is for all of you and for all of the lives that have changed because of your support. Happy Founders’ Day, BHM family!

🎉 Happy Birthday Benjamin House! 🎉
We’re celebrating 5 years of family restoration through BHM today! We know that the orphan crisis in Uganda is big, but we have seen that the hearts of those praying, serving, and sacrificing with us are bigger! God has used so many people to change countless lives here in Kampala. Our BHM family is unmatched in the love you share for us and the passion you put into action to restore families! Your support has empowered more than 544 families through child sponsorship, entrepreneurship training, family reunification, and the saving knowledge of the Gospel! Today is for all of you and for all of the lives that have changed because of your support. Happy Founders’ Day, BHM family!

Tukusinza! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Tukusinza! Kulwekyo kyoli, oli mulungi! 🙌🏿

Tukusinza! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Tukusinza! Kulwekyo kyoli, oli mulungi! 🙌🏿

The House Church is busy with construction both inside and out! (These pictures were taken just 1 month apart!) God is using this body of believers so powerfully in our community and we are ecstatic to see the Kingdom grow as our meeting place is improved to better reach the lost! #HouseChurchUganda

The House Church is busy with construction both inside and out! (These pictures were taken just 1 month apart!) God is using this body of believers so powerfully in our community and we are ecstatic to see the Kingdom grow as our meeting place is improved to better reach the lost! #HouseChurchUganda

We are excited to announce that Joakim ‘Jho’ Matende is our Acting Interim Executive Director! 🎉 He has passionately helped restore families with us since 2015 and will continue to do an incredible job as the Rogers family turns the reigns of leadership over to the Ugandan staff and return to the USA. Please pray for Jho, our ministry, and God’s continued work!
To find out more about supporting BHM or to ask questions about our future plans please email info@benjaminhouse.net.

We are excited to announce that Joakim ‘Jho’ Matende is our Acting Interim Executive Director! 🎉 He has passionately helped restore families with us since 2015 and will continue to do an incredible job as the Rogers family turns the reigns of leadership over to the Ugandan staff and return to the USA. Please pray for Jho, our ministry, and God’s continued work!
To find out more about supporting BHM or to ask questions about our future plans please email info@benjaminhouse.net .

Child Sponsorship doesn't simply put a child in school. It gives our child advocates an opportunity to share what Christ-like parenting looks like. Without child sponsorship, Annet may never have considered changing her job and starting a business in order to better pursue her family.
We are so grateful to be a part of stories like hers and cannot wait for the day when her family becomes fully self-sufficient!

Read Annet’s story at www.benjaminhouse.net/updates (link in profile)!

Child Sponsorship doesn't simply put a child in school. It gives our child advocates an opportunity to share what Christ-like parenting looks like. Without child sponsorship, Annet may never have considered changing her job and starting a business in order to better pursue her family.
We are so grateful to be a part of stories like hers and cannot wait for the day when her family becomes fully self-sufficient!

Read Annet’s story at www.benjaminhouse.net/updates (link in profile)!

“You won't have it all figured out, even if you tried. The world waits as the hurt grows, but faith stands in wait for you. Dive in, trust God, and just start the work to which He has called you.” - Joakim ‘Jho’ Matende; BHM Assistant Director

“You won't have it all figured out, even if you tried. The world waits as the hurt grows, but faith stands in wait for you. Dive in, trust God, and just start the work to which He has called you.” - Joakim ‘Jho’ Matende; BHM Assistant Director