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Kampala School of Excellence Minisries, Kampala, Uganda

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Address: P.O.BOX 8612
Kampala, 256  
Uganda
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 4
Number of People Being Served: 600
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Mission Statement


To develop the talents of marginalised children and youths through creation of opportunity for sustainability in future.

Description


Eight years ago Daniel Ntale, a former international footballer, started a free football club, KSEM, and ran training sessions for local children with the ideal of helping the community through sport and education. It was at these sessions that he met so many children in desperate need of a home that he started to take in some of the children to live at his house. He used his income from his career as an international professional footballer to help them and to found KSEM, retiring prematurely to give himself to this work. Through his enthusiasm and hard work KSEM is now a registered charity. Although retired from football Daniel does have another career but uses much of his spare time to help with the boys. In Uganda the KSEM charity is run by a team of local volunteers headed by Daniel, who is a committed and practising Christian. There are two permanent members of staff in the home, Moses the administrator and Geoffrey, the cook. Many of this team had the benefit of help when they were growing up from the Rugabe Christian Miracle Centre. They now want to help disadvantaged and rescued street children to have a better start in life by providing housing, emotional and physical support, education, and recreation.

Eight years ago Daniel Ntale, a former international footballer, started a free football club, KSEM, and ran training sessions for local children with the ideal of helping the community through sport and education. It was at these sessions that he met so many children in desperate need of a home that he started to take in some of the children to live at his house. He used his income from his career as an international professional footballer to help them and to found KSEM, retiring prematurely to give himself to this work. Through his enthusiasm and hard work KSEM is now a registered charity. Although retired from football Daniel does have another career but uses much of his spare time to help with the boys. In Uganda the KSEM charity is run by a team of local volunteers headed by Daniel, who is a committed and practising Christian. There are two permanent members of staff in the home, Moses the administrator and Geoffrey, the cook. Many of this team had the benefit of help when they were growing up from the Rugabe Christian Miracle Centre. They now want to help disadvantaged and rescued street children to have a better start in life by providing housing, emotional and physical support, education, and recreation.

Mission Statement: To develop the talents of marginalised children and youths through creation of opportunity for sustainability in future.

Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Rehabilitation Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No