Nambiriizi Good Samaritan Christian School is in the Kyotera district of Uganda.  The area is one of the most remote and impoverished areas in Uganda.  At times, the school cannot be reached by vehicle because the roads become impassable with even small amounts of rain.  Thousands of children in the area were orphaned during the war and the HIV epidemic.  To help these hopeless children, over 20 years ago, Pastor Sserwanja Josham founded Nambiriizi Good Samaritan Christian School.  His son Kagwa Moses, who was the first student at the school, is now in charge.  Currently, over 300 children attend Good Samaritan.  These children are provided with a Christian education and taught critical vocational skills.  
Many of these children are sponsored through Engage Hope, but so many more are in desperate need of support.  A donation of $40 per month for a primary student (Pre-K and Elementary) or $55 for a secondary student (High School) provides tuition, food, and minor medical care as needed for the child.  Without support, many of the remote children in the Good Samaritan program will never be able to attend school.