Kamwokya (pronounced Kah-moh-tchuh) is a downtown slum area in Kampala, Uganda, and is home to many ethnic populations including refugees who moved from the north when Joseph Kony's LRA bands were terrifying the countryside.  In Kamwokya, ECM helps vulnerable children, including those with albinism, stay in school or receive vocational training through child sponsorship, seeking to reach these children and youth with the Gospel and to help provide developmental opportunities for them.  Some families have been helped with assistance to start family businesses.

Kamwokya Project Album--Enjoy!

Cutting cake for a special occasion Children in praise & worship Learning to make paper beads
Richard, Project Director, in his office Richard, Project Director & Resty, National Director, outside Kamwokya office Harriet has learned hairdressing & now has a job