Meet Our Kids
Dan has completed his training at catering college, and is currently working in the kitchen of a 5 star hotel in Kampala whilst he pursues his dream to be a head chef in a restaurant or hotel. Dan likes music, fashion, cooking and reading books.
David likes football, reading, music, running, cooking and eating. He's keen to run the Uganda marathon so look out for an opportunity to sponsor him soon! He's just started his final year of A-Levels at Old Kampala Senior Secondary School, where he's studying biology, chemistry and maths.
Diego likes playing tennis and the piano, and plays a key role in the youth team at his church, Calvary Chapel in Kampala. He's started his GCSEs at Old Kampala Senior Secondary School, and will go on to study business entrepreurship at college for two years after his exams.
Mike loves music, reading, and volunteering to help others less fortunate, he is a keen artist who loves drawing and painting. His favourite subject at school is geography. He has started at technical college where he is to study computer design for two years.
Nazifah is the youngest in our project - although she's very much able to stand her ground with the boys! Nazifah likes making fabric crafts, reading, drawing and spending time with the rest of the Craft Aid family. She's in the penultimate year of primary school.
Noreen loves reading, fashion and dancing, as well as helping around the house - especially in the garden where she grows vegetables and flowers. She's currently training to be a midwife.
Nsumba's favourite things are football, football and... well, football. Nsumba is football mad, and a very talented goalkeeper. He's in full time training with a professional team in Kamala, and was recently picked to attend the national team's under 21 football camp. We're hopeful that he will be in full-time employment with a team this year.
Rashid loves basketball, boxing, reading and eating! He's just started his A-Levels and is studying maths, chemistry & physics. His favourite subject is maths and he consistently gets the best marks at school.