Have you ever considered what it would be like to see the Project for yourself? Well you can and this is perhaps the place to start!
Many of our supporters first discovered Chilli Children when they visited Rukungiri with a Christian charity, Mission Direct, who organise teams of volunteers each year to work on a variety of building projects, teach in local schools, or do medical work. Last year Mission Direct took on a new Project which is continuing this year. They will be taking out teams of volunteers to continue work on a unit for disabled children within a local church school.
This new unit is the fulfilment of a dream for us in Chilli Children. Currently there are no schools in Rukungiri that cater for the many disabled children on the Project’s books. The Project Team have been very involved with discussions and planning for the new unit and are excited about the new possibilities it will bring. As part of the Mission Direct ‘package’ you will also be able to visit a family who grow chillies, a Club Foot Clinic, a Life Skills Clinic and the Nyakibale Deaf Unit.
To find out more about what a trip to Rukungiri with Mission Direct will look like and what you may be doing download their information sheet here.
To book a trip contact Mission Direct.