SORD Uganda has put up two primary schools "LAURA STANFORD FOUNDATION SCHOOL" ,one in kamapala, and the second one in Amolatar
SORD is a non-profit NGO registered in Uganda. Our aim is to change lives of poor abandoned and orphaned uganda children by Educating, Sheltering and feeding them. We now have a school in which we are educating community children, now over 200, and 15 orphans – catered for by SORD in all their needs
Our Mission Statement
SORD Uganda is a Christian organization whose mission is to follow our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in working with the Orphans and Vulnerable people to provide education, fight poverty as education is the best tool to fight poverty and bear witness to the good news of the Kingdom of God.
Our Mission is ” Creating Hope in the Lives of Orphans “
Our Vision Statement
Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness.
Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
We look forward to a world where every child experiences Jesus’ promise of life in all its fullness.
Where they are protected, cared for and given the opportunities to become all God meant them to be.
Where they grow strong in communities free of need and full of promise.
Where they become responsible citizens of well led nations. Where peace and justice reign and all have the right to contribute.
A tough issue, poverty. Knowing where to begin and how to make a difference can be challenging.
We therefore encourage you to start with a young child. When you sponsor a kid through SORDUganda, you give them access to education, medical treatment, and basic items to use. Your prayers and encouraging words will help them feel more self-assured and validated in Christ.
SORD are doing amazing work, helping children from all backgrounds to get an education that will improve their life chances. I have been particularly impressed by the financial stewardship of the charity's funds, so sponsors and donors can be confident that their contributions will go to improve the learning experience for all the children at the two schools.
In March, while we were in Australia visiting our son, I decided to be a little bit crazy and do a tandem skydive.
I decided it would be good to try to raise some money towards building a new classroom for the Amolatar school. We had started sponsoring a scholar in January, and had been very impressed with the enthusiasm and effort of Jimmy and Calvin, and others, and also how friendly and caring the community was that supported the schools.
I was overwhelmed by the support I got from friends and family, and managed to raise enough to build ‘the skys the limit’ classroom for the nursery children.
Although we are far away in England I loved all the photos that showed the progress of the building, and finally, all the children sitting at their desks in the completed room.
I am sure that it will be very well used, and I feel very blessed that we have been involved