Shepherd’s House Childcare Ministries .
VISIONSupporting and educating orphaned and needy children from impoverished familiesand empower their families with income generation so that they can be able to support their own children.
MISSIONEnsuring that every orphaned and needy child is given HOPE and meaningful future through education, care and support while living with the family and Nurture their dreams.
GOALBreaking the circle of poverty in children and their families through education
Managing Director Shepherd’s House Childcare Ministries-Uganda
Jimmy was born in Uganda raised up by several good Christian members of the church after being rejected by the young couple that was not ready to have a child.
Life was not easy for him as a young boy having grown up as an orphan but all was to prepare him for a time like this.
God was everything to him and in Christ he had to learn to find rest and come to the full understanding that his help shall always come from God through good and faithful people who had compassion on the needy.
Jimmy’s heart has always been and still is to see that an orphaned and needy child goes to school, gets necessities of life and has a HOPE for the future. God has been faithful and every single day has been an opportunity for him to learn to abide in Christ and to father, mentor, and educate the next generation that will have a chance to break the circle of poverty and spark HOPE for the FUTURE.It doesn’t take much to change a child's life.
With compassion and humanitarian efforts combined, so much can be done. Already, lives of 67 orphaned children have been transformed. They no longer fear what tomorrow will bring, but rather rejoice when tomorrow arrives because they know they are safe with Shepherd’s House. Jimmy has worked with children in so many international children’s project; GSF is one of the few to mention. He worked as a father figure and he managed to bring up children in a Godly way. He has undergone a lot of trainings on Child advocacy, child protection and child development.