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September Newsletter 2012 - SBH

September Newsletter 2012 - SBH

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Sanyu Babies’ Home, P.O. Box 14162, Mengo, Kampala, UgandaTel: +256 414 274 032 Mob: +256 712 370 950 Email: sanyubabhome@yahoo.com“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time, we shall reap a harvest if we do not give up” (Galatians 6:9)
Sanyu Babies Home
Quarterly Newsletter – Issue 16– September 2012
In this issue:Hello’s and Goodbye’s
The Story of Beatrice
Stories of new arrivals
Update on Samson
Baby class startswalking
Baptism
The story of Mark
Volunteer Report: Naomi Glover
Reuniting Story of Pepita AngelBasemera
Thanks for the car
Donations needed
 
Donors this quarter include, but not limited to
Letter from the Chairman
God is good, all the time and all the time God is good. By the grace of God we havealmost come to the end of the third quarter of the year 2012. We have receivedmany blessings from God by your generous hands. Without your contributions,looking after and putting a smile on these baby faces would have been impossible.We are trusting God to mobilize and send us many more volunteers from Ugandaand beyond. We are also looking to develop capacity to plan and implement aschool and church outreach program to sensitize Christians to their Christian dutyto orphans and other vulnerable children. We hope that not only soon but verysoon Sanyu Clubs will spring up in schools and churches all over the country andeveryone will become a strong pillar of support for Sanyu Babies Home. May Godbless you as you partner with him in raising a generation of successful leaders andcitizens out of Sanyu babies. Amen
Rev. Prof. Sam Luboga – Board Chairman
 
Sanyu Babies’ Home, P.O. Box 14162, Mengo, Kampala, UgandaTel: +256 414 274 032 Mob: +256 712 370 950 Email: sanyubabhome@yahoo.com“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time, we shall reap a harvest if we do not give up” (Galatians 6:9)
Letter from the Administrator
Over the past months, God has continued to be extremely good to us. Hislove, provision and protection over the entire Sanyu family is so amazing.Many children have been blessed with foster and adoptive families. Thankyou, to the Social Work Department for the great work they have done intracing known relatives so the children can be reunited with their families.We thank different companies, individuals, schools and churches that havesupported the Home in various ways. Thank you all for your kind hearts. Icannot forget to thank the MTN Foundation for the van. A special thank yougoes to our dear friends from Shell Uganda as they are working on a solarproject for the home. We thankMeindorfer Zahnarztpraxis for raising fundsduring a concert in Germany for the Sanyu babies andthe Union of Hairdressers’ Association Uganda for the Sanyufamily hair dressings. We were privileged to have with us Learning Through Play Uganda Chapter who trained the Sanyuworkers in Brains Development, Child Development Calendars, Attachment and Importance of Play. I also express anextra special thank you to the staff and volunteers who so generously give their time, skills and energies to serve thebabies. Remember that “God is not unjust; He will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you havehelped his people and continue to help them.” (Hebrews 6:10)
Barbara Nankya Mutagubya – Administrator
Hello’s and Goodbye’s
New Arrivals
Shadrack Maraka (3 months) arrived on 26
th
May 2012, was brought in by a woman who claimed to have found himabandoned on the bus. It later turned out that this woman was actually the biological mother who couldn’t look afterhim.Stanly Mpagi (4 months) arrived on 1
st
June 2012, was abandoned in Kawaala .Martin Katawa (1 year and 6 months) arrived on 7
th
June 2012, got lost at the New Tax Park and was brought in by thepolice. His father, a soldier, came to look for him.Gordon Osiro (1 month) arrived on 7
th
June 2012, found abandoned in a house in Katanga.Duncan Bbaale (5 months) arrived on 10
th
June, found abandoned in a ditch in KigandaZone Kawempe Division. The mother is now serving a prison sentence for abandoninghim.Beatrice Nampiima (1 year and 8 months) arrived on 11
th
June 2012, found abandonednear the Sanyu gate, by a woman who took her to the police station.Annet Nampijja (4 weeks) arrived on 16
th
June 2012, found abandoned in a restaurant in Kisenyi.Duncan Bbaale
 
Sanyu Babies’ Home, P.O. Box 14162, Mengo, Kampala, UgandaTel: +256 414 274 032 Mob: +256 712 370 950 Email: sanyubabhome@yahoo.com“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time, we shall reap a harvest if we do not give up” (Galatians 6:9)
Saul Kaweesa (1 year and 6 months) arrived 27
th
June 2012, brought in by a man who claimedto have found him abandoned in a taxi while travelling from Masindi. It later turned out thatthe man was the child’s step father who didn’t want to look after him.Hope Babirye & Hellen Nakato (3 days) arrived 4th July 2012, brought in bytheir father because the mother had passed away during child birth and could not lookafter them right away. Sanyu will take care of them for about 6 months and then theywill be reunited with him.Annabel Mbabzi (7 days) arrived 16
th
July 2012, found abandoned in Kisenyi.Justine Kirabo Kaitesi (3 months) arrived 17
th
July 2012, was brought in by her teenage mother who is a refugee from theCongo.Joel Kabanda (6 weeks) arrived 27
th
July 2012, abandoned in a house by his mother.Livingstone Arinaitwe (3 weeks) arrived 9
th
August 2012, abandoned on a veranda outsideKiboga Hospital by his mother, after giving birth to him. Someone looked after him for 3 weekswhile they searched for the mother. When they couldn’t find her he was brought in.Joshua Muwonge (3days) arrived 20
th
August, found at night time abandoned in Lubya Parish,Rugaba Division.Caroline Zana Kisunga (7 months) arrived 27
th
August 2012, was brought in by her father whois a refugee form the Congo.
Reunited with family
Johnsson SSali (11
th
May 2012)Frank Muyanja (28
th
May 2012)Stanly Mpagi (4
th
June 2012)Daniel Lukwogo (15
th
June 2012)Martin Katawa (15
th
June 2012)Robert Kateregga (10
th
July 2012)Saul Kaweesa (30
th
July 2012)Joel Kabanda (1
st
August 2012)Shadrack Maraka (7
th
August)
 
Caroline Zana KisungaAnnet Nampijja

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