Siyabonga House

Siyabonga House (Uganda)

Siyabonga House in Uganda (‘Siyabonga’ means “thank you”) was started by a group of young Africans in their 20′s, working with local churches and families, identified 18 orphaned and vulnerable children and pooled their resources to rent property in which to house them. They provided them with a secure environment to thrive and grow. Heather and Tamsin have worked alongside several of these young Africans since 2002 on tours overseas and in community run programs in South Africa and Uganda.  Siyabonga House orphans attend local boarding schools and return to the home on school holidays. Hope of Africa shares the cost with Siyabonga in sponsoring some of these children to attend school.

If you’d like to read more about the Siyabonga House, you can read their ministry profile here:  Siyabonga House Profile





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