WELCOME TO NJC HOME OF MERCY A GOD FEARING CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATION
OBJECTIVE OF NJC HOME OF MERCY Located in Kampala Uganda
- To provide a good home environment for orphans.
- To provide good health meals and clean water to orphans and vulnerable families.
- To ensure that children's rights are respected.
- To facilitate the orphans/needy children sponsorship programs hence providing opportunities for children to go to school.
- To supply clothes, shoes, hygiene items etc for every child with out discrimination.
- To empower every child to develop their talents, skills and knowledge of the world around them.
- To raise farm animals for food supplies as well as education for children to learn how to care for animals.
- To teach the children and the community the word of God as we are a Christian organization.
- To look for support materially and financially so that the organization achieve its objectives.
- To be transparent with financial records for the purpose of being accountable to our donors as well as the government of Uganda
- And others more
- To reach to the communities and teach them the word of God.
- To raise funds to do charity work towards our neighbors who are in need.
- To fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS and to educate people on the prevention and the care of such.
- To provide counseling services to vulnerable people and the orphans/needy in different parts of the country.
- To teach families how to fight against poverty through teaching them good farming methods, providing to them good quality seeds and after their harvest they also provide good quality seeds to other needy families.
- To teach families how to fight against poverty through teaching them how to raise animals for both home consumption and sell
- And others more
MAY BLESS YOU
We welcome all who would love to work with us as volunteers, supporters, sponsors, churches and all visitors from different parts of the world. Njc home of mercy takes care of orphaned children, elders and single mothers etc.
Njc home of Mercy also looks after needy cancer patients, sickle cell patients, HIV/AIDS patients and patients with other diseases, who are unable to access treatment because of extreme poverty in our country.