PEACE IN HOMES

Lsandra
Posted July 29, 2020 from Uganda

My name is Sandra Lubanga from Uganda. I work for Center for Peace and Technological Innovation. I also serve in the Women's ministry at City Christian Church Kazo. I have passion for children which connects me to  families where they come from. My goal is to see poor families  leaving their Godly purposed Life.  During the Covid 19  pandemic lock down my heart has been bleeding,  there has been an increase in Domestic Violence which has led to Divorce , school drop outs and arise of street children.  

This story was submitted in response to The Real Me.

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Tarke Edith
Jul 29
Jul 29

Hello Sandra
You highly wellcome to this platform.
Thanks for sharing sis

Lsandra
Jul 30
Jul 30

Thank you

Chi8629
Jul 29
Jul 29

Hello Beautiful Sister ,
Welcome to worldpluse
And congratulations on your
First post , Thank you for sharing . You are so amazing and thoughtful .

Lsandra
Jul 30
Jul 30

Thank you for the warm welcome

Harris Namutebi
Jul 29
Jul 29

Hi Sandra,
Thank you for sharing
Harris

Lsandra
Jul 30
Jul 30

Thank you

Nini Mappo
Jul 29
Jul 29

Hi Sandra,
Welcome to world pulse, and thank you for sharing your life and vision with us. As Covid destabilises homes around the world it is heart breaking to see women and children caught in the quick-fire. We will need much wisdom and resources to rebuild communities and look after the vulnerable. Good on you for our desire to help others shine.

All the best

Lsandra
Jul 30
Jul 30

Hello Nini, it's so heart breaking. So many marriages have broke up and there's a rise of tennage mother's that has rose up because of the School Lock down

Hello, Sandra,

Welcome to World Pulse! I'm happy that a new voice from Uganda is rising up!

We share your heartbreak with regards to the effect of this pandemic. How is the situation in your community? Please stay safe.

Please keep on writing. We would love to know more about you. I hope you can connect to our global sisters and access opportunities on the Resources Page.

I'm looking forward to reading more from you. Welcome again to our growing sisterhood!

Emi' Alawode
Aug 04
Aug 04

Hi Sandra,
Welcome to the sisterhood and congratulations on your first post! Please, keep writing.
I share your passion for children. It is a shame that globally, domestic violence and child abuse has risen astronomically, especially during this period of the pandemic. We must keep praying fervently. We must act too. These kids need us. Their mothers need us. Even their fathers and the society need us.

I am available to collaborate in whatever way possible.

Hugs, Sis.