Elshadai Children's Village
The Elshadai Wukro Children’s Village was founded in 1989 to provide a safe, nurturing home with access to education and healthcare for 160 children who have been orphaned by civial war, famine and HIV/AIDs. It is partly self-sufficient from its 11 hectare farm and provides on-site schooling from 5 to 11 years.
SHARE has worked with the Elshadai Wukro Children’s Village since 2010, specifically providing support in the areas of:
Essential dental healthcare and supplies
The donation of clothing, including school uniforms
The donation of educational materials and classroom supplies
General healthcare education
The provision of toys, games and celebration ceremonies
SHARE’s mission is to assist the village in achieving its ultimate goal of self-sufficiency and securing a bright future for the children.