HOPE SHINE UGANDA

Formerly Teenage Mothers Outreach

Hope Shine Uganda, previously known as Teenage Mothers Outreach (TEMO) is a Christian, Non-profit organization operating in Kampala’s slums. Hope Shine serves primarily girls in crisis pregnancies (teenage mothers) and women, by providing medical care, food, education and sustainable livelihood programs like vocational training programs. Hope Shine creates opportunities for vulnerable women and girls in the slums to break the cycle of poverty and THRIVE. Hope Shine believes that by empowering and inspiring these women and girls to achieve their financial freedom through entrepreneurship for income generation, they will make informed decisions and reach their full potential.

Lagum Angel

Age: 7 years -- Class: No Schooling

Tuition:  $55 per month

Kayira Hassan

Age: 12 years -- Class: Primary 6

Tuition:  $40 per month

Nakazibwe Caroline

Age: 8 years -- Class: Primary 4

Tuition:  $40 per month

Kyomugisha Naomi

Age: 5 years -- Class: Top (Pre-K)

Tuition:  $40 per month

Nanyombi Danielle

Age: 6 years -- Class: Primary 2

Tuition:  $40 per month

Namulindwa Suzan

Age: 12 years -- Class: Primary 5

Tuition:  $40 per month

Nalubega Chloe

Age: 9 years -- Class: Primary 4

Tuition:  $40 per month

Nazziwa Kevin

Age: 6 years -- Class: Primary 1

Tuition:  $40 per month

Alinda Kia Mulungi

Age: 4 years -- Class: Primary 1

Tuition:  $40 per month

Lagum Angel

Age: 7 Years Old Class: Top Class?? Tuition: $55 Monthly

Angel is seven years old and has never attended school.  Her mother has HIV, which is rapidly advancing, leaving her unable to care for Angel, her sister, and her brother.   Angel’s sister was taken to live with her grandmother in Lamwo, while Angel and her brother were taken live with their aunt Esther in Kampala.  Angel dreams of attending school, but without support, she will never be able to.

Kayira Hassan

Age: 12 Years Old Class: Primary 6 Tuition: $40 Monthly

Hassan lost his father to HIV several years ago.  Since that time his mother has struggled to work and provide for her children.  She is currently unemployed and can barely provide the basic necessities for her family.  Without support, Hassan will not be able to attend school and get his education.

Nakazibwe Caroline

Age: 8 Years Old Class: Primary 4 Tuition: $40 Monthly

Caroline lives with her single mother.  Her mother is unemployed and struggles to provide for basic necessities for Caroline.  There is no money for school fees, so without support, Caroline cannot attend school and get an education.  

Kyomugisha Naomi

Age: 5 Years Old Class: Top (Pre-K) Tuition: $40 Monthly

Naomi recently lost her mother and was taken to live in Kabale with her unemployed grandmother.  Her grandmother lives in poverty and cannot afford school fees for Naomi.  Without support, Naomi will not be able to attend school and get an education that will help her become self-sufficient in the future.  

Nakawombe moreen

Age: 9 Years Old Class: Primary 2 Tuition: $40 Monthly

Moreen lives with her mother in the slum.  After two years of the covid lockdown, her mother lost everything.  They live in extreme poverty and there is no money to pay the fees to send Moreen to school.  Without support, she will not be able to attend school and get her education.  

Nanyombi Danielle

Age: 6 Years Old Class: Primary 2 Tuition: $40 Monthly

Danielle’s mother is single and unemployed.  She is currently enrolled in the TEMO vocational school hoping she will be able to find a job when she graduates.  Danielle will not be able to attend school without support.  Her mother has no money to pay the tuition.  

Namulindwa Suzan

Age: 12 Years Old Class: Primary 5 Tuition: $40 Monthly

Suzan lives with her mother in the slums.  After two years of covid lockdown, her mother lost all she had.  Suzan was attending school, but now her mother has no money to pay the school fees.  Suzan will not be able to attend school without support. 

Nalubega chloe

Age: 9 Years Old Class: Primary 4 Tuition: $40 Monthly

Chloe’s parents separated when she was two months old.  Her father sold the house and all the property, leaving the family with nothing.  Chloe’s mother didn’t have a job and started looking for work in hair salons.  She currently works in her friend’s hair salon, making very little money.  She makes just enough to feed her children.  There is no extra money to send Chloe and her siblings to school.  

Nazziwa Kevin

Age: 6 Years Old Class: Primary 1 Tuition: $40 Monthly

Kevin and her five siblings live with both of her parents in Kayunga Village.  Her parents do subsistence farming to provide food for their children.  However, they do not earn enough to pay the school fees to send their children to school. Kevin needs support to be able to attend school.  

Alinda Kia Mulungi

Age: 4 Years Old Class: Primary 1 Tuition: $40 Monthly

Kia started living with her grandmother after her mother died.  At the time of her mother’s passing, the family was living on the streets of Kampala and had nothing to eat and nowhere to stay.  Kia and her three siblings will not be able to attend school consistently without support.