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Allan is married to Juliet Kyeyune. They have 2 children. Allan holds a degree in Information Technology. He has also done several studies like Certification in pastoral ministry, Certification in keeping children safe, Counseling and Guidance certification, Advanced first AID certificate and Local coordinator training Certification.
Allan Kyeyune .”I grew up in a family of 13 kids. It was a real struggle for my parents to pay for me school fees. Sending me repeatedly out of school to get school fees negatively affected my studies because I could often miss classes. I can really say it was by the grace of God that I completed my studies.
When I was growing up, many negative circumstances impacted my life to have a passion of giving a helping hand to children or young people who are struggling to be in school because of various reasons like no school tuition. I could imagine children without parents or children without anyone supporting them how they are being affected mentally and socially.
Losing 2 sisters plus their husbands due to HIV AIDS was a huge blow for me. My sister Sarah left 3 children and my sister Juliet left 3 children. The children were still very young when my sisters passed on and their husbands.
I saw how my parents, my big brothers and sisters contributed the small money they had to cater for these children’s education.
Right now 2 of my nieces for my late sister Sarah are serving with me in the ministry. One of them is Esther Nanyumba. She completed her degree in social sciences and she is such a great support to the community and she is also our music ministry leader. Another one is Winnie Nakibuuka. Winnie completed a degree in counseling and psychology. She is a counselor in the ministry. She counsels children and young adults in schools”.
I believe together we can make a difference in the children lives and lives of young people. Lets walk this journey together!
Juliet is married to Pr. Allan Kyeyune. Juliet is a mother to all the children in the program. She supports the teaching staff. She holds a degree in Mass communication and also a certificate in counseling and guidance. She coordinates all school outreaches, she counsels young people and part of the career guidance team.
Yusuf is a bible teacher and a dance teacher in the ministry. He is also part of the reach out team organizers. He is married to Harriet Buyondo.
Geoffrey is married to Rose Kayizzi.
In this program, he liaises with different local authorities to ensure, authorities are notified about the reach outs and upcoming projects for the smooth running of projects in different communities.
Christine is a retired professional teacher. She has vast experience in teaching infants. She is an author. She has written a number of books which are on the Ugandan education curriculum. She is a counselor and a grandmother to all children in the program. All children and young people in the program call her Grandy.