STGF assists families in our Child Sponsorship Program (CSP) by financing school related costs, such as fees, uniforms, books, and lunches in order to relieve economic burdens on impoverished families.
See Them Grow Foundation main focus is to assist children especially orphans, girls, disabled and other vulnerable children in the communities that are finding hardship in attaining quality education. Emphasis is on enabling them to have immediate access to free, high quality education by financing quality education, financing school costs such as fees, uniforms, scholastic materials and meals in order relieve economic burdens on impoverished children and families.
We believe by sponsoring a child’s education needs, we help support poor families to educate their children, and above all to provide a valuable incentive to keep children in full time education thus working towards meeting the fourth Sustainable Development Goal which seeks to ensure that by 2030, children everywhere, girls and boys alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling.
Many children in Africa lack access to basic necessities such as education, health care, good shelter and nutrition. The situation is worse in many remote communities because families are completely not aware of the rights of every human being and much worse, ignorant on issues related to children’s rights and well-being.
Sponsoring a child not only avails resources to these children to be able to attain quality education and other basic necessities but also provide an umbrella-shade in which they are able to be empowered, survive through the harsh conditions surrounding them and in the end, raising the standards of living of not only these children but also their families and the communities at large. Your donations are the smiles rising on the faces of these children and in reality, who would not want to see such amazing faces all over the globe.
Empower vulnerable girls and boys to break free from poverty for good
To reach out to girls and boys in risky situations and those suffering from social exclusion
To provide support of all kinds and technical assistance to improve access to quality schooling for the marginalized.
To support the development and implementation of specific actions to reduce the gender gap aimed at enhancing over all enrolment and attendance at schools.
Improved access to quality schooling among the disadvantaged children
Wide effective support network
Carry out stakeholder meetings
Conduct community dialogues
Supply education incentive
Pre-school 4-6 years
Learning with other young children, fostering solidarity in the group and the formation of their first friendships
The alphabet, numbers and words
Music, which is one of the most important educational element for children
Songs, associated with different concepts
Movements and exercises, following the rhythm of music to boost the child’s psycho-development
Simple arithmetic, music, simple reading, science (through contact with nature), physical exercise/education, crafts.
Elementary school 6-12 years
Mathematics, English, music, physical education, science, social studies and arts
From 13-17, the age group has been added to this category because the Ugandan education format does not consider age. Any child is allowed to study in a class for as long as resources are availed.