Meet Our Pearls

A tiny grain of sand finds its way under an oyster shell, and it is so irritating that the oyster covers the irritant with a secretion. The longer the irritation is there, the more the oyster coats it. Eventually this grain of sand becomes a beautiful, smooth, shiny pearl.

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

Maria Tracy Alikoba
Maria Tracy Alikoba
Jerioth Alitubera
Jerioth Alitubera
Gerald Keloi
Gerald Keloi
Esther Nakato
Esther Nakato
Mathias Kasale
Mathias Kasale
Mercy Mwesigwa
Mercy Mwesigwa
Solomon Waboya
Solomon Waboya
Ruth Confidence Kyosimiri
Ruth Confidence Kyosimiri
Miriam Mukisa
Miriam Mukisa
Robina Kisakye
Robina Kisakye
Rachael Tumushabe
Rachael Tumushabe
Aseri Kwagala
Aseri Kwagala
Eddy Masiga
Eddy Masiga
Christiana
Christiana
David Nachwera
David Nachwera
Joan Awino
Joan Awino
Confidence Kyosimire
Confidence Kyosimire
Fiona Mirembe
Fiona Mirembe
Raymond Menyha
Raymond Menyha
Ruth Bakita
Ruth Bakita
John Kasadha
John Kasadha
Kevin Mugalaya
Kevin Mugalaya
Mercy Birungi
Mercy Birungi
Priscilla Nabukera
Priscilla Nabukera
Lydia Mukisa
Lydia Mukisa
Praise Kitaka
Praise Kitaka
Jane Nangobi
Jane Nangobi
John Otinga
John Otinga
Mercy Mbaru
Mercy Mbaru
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