Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this : to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world. -James 1:27

About LCH

LCH= Lulwanda Children's Home

Those who have visited LCH would agree with me that once you have visited LCH, you have seen a little piece of heaven.  The beauty of the lush, green landscape of Uganda is only brightened by the beautiful faces of the children you meet at the Home.  There are over 2 million orphans in Uganda.  But I can testify that God is restoring hope in the lives of 90 children at LCH. 

Lulwanda Children’s Home opened its doors on December 1, 2004, the first children’s home established by the Grace International Children’s Foundation (GICF). Lulwanda now houses and cares for 120 orphaned or abandoned children between the ages of 3 and 17.
Before coming to Lulwanda Children’s Home, many of these children had no one to care for them, while others were living in desperate conditions with aging and overburdened grandparents. Now the children are thriving in a healthy, nurturing environment. The children not only live at Lulwanda, they also attend primary school on site, learning basic life skills, English, math, and a variety of other subjects. Pre-school, kindergarten, and first through seventh grades are held simultaneously for five hours daily, five days per week. The children receive regular medical care, nutritious meals, and lots of outdoor play time – all in a warm family environment that promotes bonding between the children, their house mothers, and the rest of the staff members.

Facilities at the Lulwanda Children’s Home include the Home itself (boys’ and girls’ dormitories and bathhouses, living / dining areas, large playground, kitchen and laundry room), the Primary School (9 classrooms, library, administrative offices) and a "Health Center II" medical clinic serving the children and staff. Food crops are being grown and harvested on our 10 acre farm located a few miles away. The Home Administrator lives on site, as do the four housemothers. The Children's Home and the Health Center are fully licensed by the Ugandan authorities.

For more information, visit our site at www.ugandaorphans.org