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Niwabeine Enock  

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  • Age: 19
  • Birthday: October 28, 1996
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: Uganda
  • Center: Kinoni Child Development Center
  • Child ID: UG2200053
    • Child lives in an AIDS-affected area.
    • Child lives in an area with higher risk of exploitation and abuse.
Enock lives with his mother. His mother is sometimes employed as a farmer. Enock works at home carrying water, gathering firewood and teaching others.

Soccer, swimming and volleyball are Enock's favorite activities. In high school his performance is average and he also regularly attends Bible class, youth group and choir.

Your love and support will help Enock to receive the assistance he needs to develop his potential. Please pray for him.
Enock lives in the hillside community of Kinoni, home to approximately 12,100 residents. Typical houses are constructed of dirt floors, mud walls and tin or grass roofs. The primary ethnic group is Banyankore and the most commonly spoken language is Runyankore.

The regional diet consists of beans, bananas, cassava, beef, plantains, milk, maize, millet, bread and sweet potatoes. Common health problems in this area include malaria, intestinal worms, malnutrition, HIV/AIDS, eye problems and respiratory tract infections. Most adults work as subsistence farmers and earn the equivalent of $8 per month. This community needs tuition assistance, scholastic materials and income-generating skills training.

Your sponsorship allows the staff of Kinoni Child Development Center to provide Enock with Bible teaching, health monitoring, dental screenings, games, life skills training, community service opportunities and academic support. The center staff will also provide health education and adult literacy programs for the parents or guardians of Enock.
Straddling the equator, Uganda has a diverse terrain with plains, forests, lakes, swamps and mountains. Much of the south is forested and most of the north is grassland. The country's high altitude moderates the tropical climate. The population is largely rural; its density is highest in the south.

Uganda is made up of a hodgepodge of African natives where no one ethnic group dominates. Forty-two percent of Ugandans are Protestant, almost another forty-two percent are Catholic, and about twelve percent are Muslim. English is the official language and other languages, such as Luganda, are used for small-scale commerce. Sub-Saharan Africa, where Uganda lies, bears the heaviest burden of the AIDS epidemic. In this region approximately 22 million children and adults are living with HIV/AIDS; approximately 940,000 of these are Ugandan.

By the fifteenth century, the Buganda kingdom ruled much of what is now central Uganda. European explorers entered the area in 1862. Following civil war, a British protectorate took control in 1896. Independence movements of the 1950s came to fruition in 1962 when Uganda was granted self-rule. In 1971, army commander Idi Amin took control through a coup, looting the country and killing an estimated 300,000 during an eight-year reign of terror. An invasion by the Tanzanian army in 1979 overthrew Amin and the country went through a period of instability where governments arose and were overthrown. In 1986, Yoweri Museveni and his National Resistance Army took over the leadership after a brief war; he is the current leader. Since then, Uganda's economy has strengthened and the government has remained stable but the 1990s have seen a rise in insurgency in the north.

Map of Uganda

Child's Location: Southwest of Mbarara

This child lives in an AIDS-affected area. In Africa, the disease has impacted the entire continent, creating a generation of orphans and vulnerable children. God can use you to help ease the pain of a child in desperate need.

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