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ccsae Archives - CCSAE

The  CCSAE project supports a lot of children affected by HIV/AIDS and extreme poverty .Children who  were sick  and didn’t know if they would ever have a future or ever visit a classroom . With your  contributions, CCSAE  can help these children to have quality Educations,  healthcare, nutrition  and other basic needs . In 2015,[…]

KindergatenPrimary SchoolCCSAE has supported the welfare of Destiny International School to foster Education in poor communities in Kiruhura District. Our  Kindergarten Section  at present has 3  classrooms  each with 40 children   ages 3- 6 years.  All  of these classrooms are constructed with wood  as  you can see below,  Whenever it rains it becomes a[…]

At CCSAE, we are enthusiastic  in  fighting malnutrition . Upon enrollment, students receive a basic physical exam because of the situations and extreme poverty of the families and backgrounds they come from. Most of these children come to CCSAE   suffering from kwashiorkor which is a form of malnutrition caused by lack of protein in the diet,[…]

ClothesBlankets Though  these needy children are in school they still lack a lot of basic needs like clothes , shoes and bedding.  By providing this service, CCSAE hopes to ease the financial burden on  poor  families and orphaned or street  children, to build self-esteem in children and improve their readiness to learn at school. Our[…]

Please stand with us to help these children get clean water   1-877-848-2630  The poor hygiene contribute to the prevalence of infectious and other water borne diseases such as Malaria, Typhoid, worms, Diarrhea and Respiratory tract infections.  All of which  can be prevented by providing clean and safe water to these children . We seek your  financial[…]

 Education Support Education SupportSchool Fees StructureDestiny International Christian Schools CCSAE is providing educational  support  for  550  Orphans and Vulnerable children who could not otherwise afford to attend school. These children have all been orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS or other diseases like malaria and cancer. Some of these children are themselves infected with HIV/AIDS.[…]