Read about some of our projects here. A large part of the work we do consists in sustainable efforts To earn money for the projects. Furthermore, these projects contribute to creating jobs for many people in Uganda.
Founded in 2018, this is now home for eight children. The children come from the baby home where they have spent the first two years of their lives. To social workers work here, each taking turns living with The children. The children here live a normal life with chores Rights. The school they attend is two minutes away from the home.
In our Secondhand shop in Klarup we sell nice recycled clothing, some of which is collected in our clothing containers, which are located in Gistrup (v. Butcher) and at Norremarksvej 28, 9270 Klarup at the warehouse hotel.
In addition to recycled clothing, we have African utility items as well as coffee. The coffee is sold in whole beans, but you can always grind the beans yourself in the store.
At our farm at Emmanuel School and Orphanage we have our farm project. Here we cultivate pineapples, which are sold as well as bananas, beans, corn and more. to benefit the school and orphanage.
Besides this field we have a forest of 6000 eucalyptus trees. These are also being sold for the benefit the orphanages.
Klarup Storage Hotel is located at Norremarksvej 28, 9270 Klarup Denmark. The buildings are a closed slaughterhouse that we bought. We have now converted the slaughterhouse into storage rooms and boxes that people rent for storage.
It has turned out to be a really good idea with storage space and everything is rented out. Right now we have some maintenance on the buildings, but in time all the profits of the warehouse will go to the projects in Uganda.
We have set up clothing centres in Gistrup and Klarup Where are you can hand in your used children’s clothing. Some clothing is packed and brought to Uganda but other organisations have also benefited from the clothes packed in our storage hotel
Our Craftshop is located in Masaka, Uganda at Café Frikadellen.
The shop is looked after by Joan Sørensen, who buys things in Kampala and who then price tags and sets it up in the store. So when tourists come to visit the Café, while waiting for the food, they can visit the store and buy gifts to bring back home for the family.
All the profits from the business goes to our orphanages and projects.
In addition to our website, we sometimes write Diary from Uganda and we are on the social media.
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