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PARENTS in Africa.

NOTE: This post isn't intended to bash parents in Uganda but to simply point out the 
incredibly large differences in how kids are handled and how usually their best 
interests aren't considered. Most of this is due to Ignorance because the parents aren't educated. 
They end up making the worst possible choices for their kids and our program and the kids suffer because of this. 


Many times over these 6 years of an official "Sponsorship program" 
we've seen parents pick an expensive school (not on our list of chosen schools)
and move their child to it
without our knowledge or consent. 

May 25, 17   10:56 am 

Then they try and stick us with the bill which is higher than 
any schools we've chosen. So even when parents agree to pay the difference 
whatever that may amount to (usually $30-$50 more a term per child ) and 90 % of the time 
parents fail to even $5 or sometimes nothing at all . Then again a child is left in a bad position because schools don't care they w…