A Child’s Life Changed Forever

Miriam lost her father who succumbed to HIV/AIDS. Her mother died a year later. Miriam was brought to Pearls of Africa Children’s Home at the age of 6 by a local council leader.
This is Miriam today!  She and 28 other children and young adults are thriving in a loving home environment at Pearls Children’s Home.
They are given a safe place with food and clothing and attending school.
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Pearls of Africa Children’s Home in Gulu, Uganda

A loving home for disadvantaged and vulnerable children

Just $125 a month provides a child with everything he or she needs – food, lodging, clothing and school fees.  

Our Home

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Kirangi Rosette, moved by compassion for the hundreds of suffering children living around her own community, founded Pearls of Africa Children’s Home in 2006. 

Our Children

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We take our tiny “pearls” of children and cover their hurt, abandonment and pain with love, community and acceptance.

Our Successes


Angela has a diploma in catering from Father Bodewig Vocational School, Prossy Nangobi will graduate soon with a diploma in Business Administration.