As a generation of dedicated students can attest, learning has its own intrinsic joys and satisfaction. The mere fact of St. Kizito entering Uganda has changed the lives of many. It has helped and continues to help children from the streets who were abandoned by their parents, some who have suffered from the consequences of civil war insurgences, others due to poverty and orphans who lost their parents to diseases and domestic violence. They were all given hope through educational sponsorship opportunities at various school levels and now most of them are working as community change agents and in leadership positions throughout Uganda.
Those who worked toiled hard at their education and in doing so were given chances to join various institutions and universities. After graduating, they secured steady employment. As an everlasting and positive impact to their families, they are now able to provide basic needs as well as break the viscous cycle of poverty and have a better future outlook.
Graduates of St. Kizito gain a lot such as behavioral changes through psychosocial support and individual empowerment, through knowledge, through the support of good mentors, as well as through languages and technological advancement. These developments have nurtured and helped our scholars meet and face the day to day life challenges of their communities and the world at large.
Long live the St. Kizito Foundation and family; and long live the Founder and the dynamic team working every single day of the week to ensure the sustainability of the human family!