Aalborg Østre Rotary Klub Donated A 40ft Container of Sports & Scholastic materials to the orphaned & vulnerable children in Kampala through Help Africa. 

The Aalborg Østre Rotary Klub in Denmark not only donated a 40ft container of school & sports materials, but also sent a delegation of five people; Henning Kristensen, Preben Lass, Anne Dorthe Rasmussen, Peter Rasmussen and Marianne Holmsgaard (Team Leader) who visited Uganda from the 10th June 2012 to the 17th June 2012. This delegation came purposely to take part in the donation of the various items to the final beneficiaries, an exercise in which they fully participated. These items were donated to the beneficiaries which included; Katanga slum, M-lisada orphanage in Nsambya, Muyenga High School, Kawuku Parents School, Missionary of the poor and Forever Sports Academy. 

During the visit, the delegation had various experiences and visited different places like the Help Africa office, where they also met the 4CC Club of Forever Living Distributors. This was also an opportunity for the guests to know about cultural differences between Uganda and Denmark. They visited Katanga Slum and donated items such as; clothes, bags, jackets, among others. There was yet another experience at MLISDA Orphanage in Nsambya with a lot of cultural dances, which the beneficiaries did as a way of expressing their great appreciation of the items they had received including; a 42 inch flat screen, key board, clothes, paint, sports and scholastic materials among others. 

On the 14th of June 2012, the delegation from the Aalborg Østre Rotary Klub met to fellowship with Rotarians from the Rotary club of Kampala Day Break at Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala. They also agreed to cooperate the next time they are doing a project in Uganda. The delegation took a trip to Jinja where they visited the source of the river Nile, waterfalls, and Butiki Village where they met Pastor Michael, a leader of one of the small churches and they also donated to his congregation. The donation exercise was crowned with a ceremony that was held on the 15th of June 2012 at Management Training and Advisory center (www.mtac.ac.ug). The ceremony was officiated by the General Secretary of Uganda Olympics Committee as the Guest of honor, the Board of Directors of Help Africa, guests from Muyenga High School, Kawuku Parents School together with Help Africa Children and other invited guests from different areas. Top jackets and bags were donated to the schools, as well as 5 laptops to Kawuku Parents School, 1 laptop to Muyenga High School and 1 laptop to MLISDA. 

 On Saturday the 16th of June 2012, the delegation visited Forever Sports Academy (www.4-sa.com), where children both within the Help Africa project and those outside the project participate. They meet every Saturday from 9am – 12: 00 noon not only to play for fun or pleasure but also to identify and develop the various sports talents. To these, the delegation donated Sports materials like sports uniforms, stockings, bottles, soccer boots and footballs. After visiting the academy, they went to Missionary of the poor and they also donated to them. 

 On behalf of Help Africa, Forever Sports Academy and on behalf of all the beneficiaries, we would like to thank you for donating a 40ft container with sports and scholastic materials that contributed to the social welfare of the Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC’s) in Kampala. May the good Lord Bless you abundantly.


Help Africa at Summer Party in Gothenburg, Sweden.

In the weekend 11th and 12th June 2011 Help Africa participated at Forever Livings Summer Party in Gothenborg, Sweden. The purpose was to sell clothes for Help Africa’s work with orphans in Uganda and to promote Help Africa for attracting more sponsors who want to help make a difference. For Help Africa participated Anja Madsen with her sponsor child Moses Kalanzi together with Britta and Carsten Bang Bæk, who is the sponsor family to Beatrice Alony through Help Africa.A large tent was at Help Africa’s disposal and here were arranged a very well visited store. There was throughout the weekend good sales and a great interest for Help Africa.The clothes can be purchased only in connection to special events and next time, it becomes possible, is in connection with Forever Living’s Summer Camp in Vrå, Denmark from 7th to 10th July 2011. Profits from sales will go to Help Africa’s activities


Christmas celebration in Uganda.

December 15th 2010: It was an unforgettable party that took place in Uganda, 2010. There was plenty of food, gifts, games, and music for all the children to enjoy; including decorative face paint, a bouncing castle, even a visit from Santa Claus himself. A big thanks to all FLP distributors and well-wishers that helped make the day a success.


Mosquito net donation.

September 12th 2010: A large amount of mosquito nets were donated to families living in the slums in order to provide the means of protection against malaria. The Kampala district is composed of a good number of slums, in which many people live trying to get by one day at the time. Most of these people cannot afford buying nets because other basic needs are in greater demand, which mean they have to live with the risk of getting infected.