Join us for SUMMER FUN and help us raise the funds needed to continue educating the children of Pukuka, South Sudan. Without a Banquet this year, we are hosting a virtual Walk/Run/Ride in July, then a Silent Auction and Live Event in August. Our need is for $60,000 to operate…
Greetings from the Seeds of Wisdom Board, teachers, staff, students and families in Ugandan camps. We pray you are doing well in this difficult time of COVID-19 and racial unrest. May Jesus be glorified in all these difficult circumstances, and may He fill our hearts with love, compassion and acceptance…
View some videos about our refugee camp tutoring program and the students attending boarding schools, all possible thanks to the sponsorship money received from our donors:
Debate teams are very important in both South Sudan and Uganda. The debate teams met every Friday afternoon and it was considered quite an honor to be selected to be on a team.
Winie has a unique talent for drawing and wanted to share some of her pictures with all of you. She is very thankful for the sponsorships and the opportunity to attend school while being away from her home country.
Joyce was a leader and an excellent student at St. John the Evangelist School in Pukuka. When the war started, she and her siblings were sent to the refugee camp on their own, with no adult to accompany them.
Despite their slower academic progress, the teachers have noted that the girls are highly disciplined, very loving and interact with other children in an extremely positive way. It is expected that they will continue to improve and be able to catch up to the appropriate grade and age level.
This week we would like to introduce Samuel George and Ruta Kamala who are shown working with their teacher at St. Kizito Catholic School in Arua, Uganda.
These three boys have exhibited exceptional performance in all of their subjects and lead the class in every way. They proudly say that they have confidence and they aim at excellent performance.
Patience is an example of the adaptability of the children in learning new languages and adjusting to a new culture while attending school. Patience is first in her class despite the language barrier and has adapted well to this completely new environment. Her future continues to look bright and brings her hope and a lovely smile!