Child’s Destiny of Hope

Child's Destiny of Hope is a relief and development organization with a Christian background. Child's Destiny of Hope has an orphanage in Chawolo, Uganda where it tries to give children a better future. On this website you will find more information.

The Cause

Over 2 million children in Uganda have lost one or both parents. Child’s Destiny of Hope (CDHope) works in a remote area in eastern Uganda to provide vulnerable children and their families there with care, love, protection, food, a shelter, education and health care. Our goal is to help them on their way to a hopeful future and to provide them with opportunities and resources, to activate them and to motivate them to take initiative themselves and to rise above the hopelessness.

Child’s Destiny of Hope has established a small orphanage in Chawolo, Uganda. In addition, a nursery school was started in 2012 and CDHope provides disadvantaged village children with education and care. In 2013 a secondary school was started with 2 classes. We hope to start each year a new class in order to be able to run a complete secondary school in a few year.

CDHope also organizes weekly activities for about 250 village children. CDHope is active in the local community and in the local church. Since its start in Uganda in 2007, the project is led by Tim and Wilma Omalla. In the near future, Child’s Destiny of Hope is committed to being a blessing for the whole village of Chawolo and the surrounding region.

Child’s Destiny of Hope’s goal is to help these children on their way to a hopeful future and to provide them with the means to rise above the hopelessness.

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