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Nutrition Program

The Nutrition Program has been running smoothly since May of 2018. Christina first visited Uganda in 2015, and went back again in February of 2017. She had the opportunity to spend time with the Director of Nakaseeta Foundation Primary Christian School, John Joseph Mutegeki, who has become like family. During the time she was there, they discussed the lives of the children at the school. Due to their financial circumstances, the children were eating only one meal while at school, a small bowl of porridge, and for many of them, that was the only meal they would eat during the day.The more they talked, they realized that for $500 USD/month, all 225 children enrolled at that time could receive two meals/day, a bowl of porridge, as well as a traditional Ugandan dish of posho and beans.  When she returned from Uganda, she began the work of opening a nonprofit organization called Hope Restored Christian Ministries, and almost immediately was able to procure $500/month in sponsorship. Beginning in May 2018, all the children and staff at the school began eating two meals daily. Factoring in inflation and increased school enrollment,  $650/month pays for the price of 2 meals/day for more than 400 children at the school, as well as each of the staff.

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“We are so thankful for Hope Restored. The children can concentrate in class now that they’re not hungry. They are much more healthy now. 

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Each of these children would benefit from sponsorship. Many of their parents are farmers, and earn less than the equivalent of one US dollar per day. A sponsorship of $35/month would make a tremendous difference in a child’s life, helping to provide food, clothing, school supplies, and medical treatment. Remember that all donations are tax deductible. 

Contact us for more information about sponsoring:


Tel: 360-480-9126

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Medical staff and supplies are needed at the medical clinic in Nakaseeta. Malaria is a preventable disease, but it continues to take the lives of 400,000 people around the globe every year, with the bulk of those people being in Africa. Hope Restored is looking for partners in the medical community in Nakaseeta in order for children to be vaccinated against diseases such as malaria, polio and other diseases.​

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Poultry Farm

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Demonstration Farm

The study of crops is an important part of their school lessons, and the children also have the benefit of eating delicious veggies that nourish their growing bodies from crops that are being grown on school grounds.

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