In 2015, Sozo Children purchased 28 acres of land outside Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. Sozo has been bulding relationships within this community years before acquiring land.
The Village Project, the future home of Sozo Children, is a campaign to build 30 homes for 300 children, a church, a primary & secondary school, a medical clinic & provide clean water wells in 3 phases.
The church and wells have been fully funded; however, we still need funds to build the homes for our children. Sozo Children currently rents homes and Phase 1 will allow us to build permanent homes for the Sozo children. Each house will provide a safe place for 8 children and 1 Ugandan mom. The project contractor has committed to employ, train and develop local Ugandan men & women which empowers and supports the local community and economy. Teams and interns from the United States will serve alongside the local men and women as we build. The ultimate goal of the Village Project is threefold. Children will have a safe place to call home, the local community will have access to vital resources, and most importantly Christ’s name will be glorified. Sozo Children and the Village Project are not the work of human hands, but a movement of God. The Village Project is an opportunity for you to join the journey and play an active role in the work of God to provide children with safe, secure, and loving homes.