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UGANDA HIDDEN TRUTH
There are 19.5 million children under 18. Thirty-eight per cent of children under five suffer from chronic hunger. Many families have no access to health care
We want to build a place that they can call home and get them out of these brutalities that are part of their daily lives
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A small family NGO that has gotten clothes, food, medication, education and now we are going to build a schoolhouse
About Life Mu Ghetto
Life Mu Ghetto is an NGO based in Uganda and Spain
We are fully committed to help and improve the situation of street children through different programs.
«No child should call the street home»
And so we work, for a world in which no child has to live like this
Life Mu Ghetto started working in Kampala (Uganda) in 2012 by the hand of Peter Manyaku who started going to the ghetto, singing and sharing what was available at that time (bread, some clothes, sometimes cooked food...)
On 17th November 2015, LMGU was definitely established as an NGO in Uganda. At that time LMGU activities were already known to friends, who also started to help and attract other people interested in the cause of the ghetto
In 2017 Jessica Palacios Hervás starts collaborating with LMGU and when she knows all the needs of the ghetto she decides to become a member and in 2018 she establishes the NGO Life Mu Ghetto in Spain in order to bring European resources to the most needy in Uganda
1. To get children off the streets.
2. Mitigate the economic effects of street children.
3. Reduce the prevalence rate of street children.
4. Provide education and counselling services
5. Build village homes for orphaned street children
6. Relocate street children back to their vulnerable homes after rehabilitation, following up with families
7. Establish learning institutions for street children