Through our vocational training schools, young people till the land and plant fruit trees as food for the future. They grow their own food and build their homes and communities and learn economic development.
Rei Vally School in Pagirinya refugee camp, Uganda, is one of three schools Restore a Child pays tuition for more than 1,500 students and 430 orphans. We also built an elementary school in the refugee camp where the Adventist school had a torn roof and bare walls. We give dignity through quality education.
“Eremugo Charles is 9 years old, his brother is 11 years old. A few years ago their father was shot in a cross fire as he tried to protect his family. The mother was brutally raped several times and did not survive the horrific acts. These two orphans get up very early in the morning to fetch water for their very old grandmother. After school they collect firewood to help the grandmother cook their only meal, when they have food.
We are deeply grateful for Restore a Child donors for impacting lives of thousands of children in South Sudan for now and eternity.”—Dr. Clement ArkAngelo, President of South Sudan Field