Bringing families together

to change the world

for children

Every child deserves a family. Let's work together to prevent unnecessary family separation. 


We've helped 700+ children find hope and become thriving, healthy adults

Our Vision

To help kids be in loving families while having access to quality education - to be a model for best practices in the protection of orphans and vulnerable children.

Our Mission

To safeguard the lives of children and restore their dignity so that they may have an abundant life, especially for orphans, vulnerable, and isolated children

What we do

Children should be families and kinship care, not orphanages. That's why we're committed to tracing, reuniting, and strengthening families. 

about us

How we care for children

Redeemer Children's Home is a faith-based organization that supports orphans, vulnerable, neglected, refugee, and isolated children to be in families because every child deserves to be loved, safe, and have dignity. 

We currently have 64 children within our home under our care. Our goal is to educate them, trace their families, and help get these children and others to be in safe and loving families.

Redeemer Children's Home was started in 1991 to protect and care for the children affected by the Civil War in Northern Uganda.  Many children were newly orphaned or had gotten separated from their parents, experiencing poverty, violence, and trauma.

Over the past 31 years, more than 700 children have passed through Redeemer. Some have gone on to occupy important jobs in society. Most, if not all, have received an education and found their place in the broader community.


Changing the way we care  

Children should be families and kinship care, not orphanages. Kids have the best chance to thrive when they grow up in a family. 

That's why we're committed to strengthening families, and we shifting towards a family-based care model.


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