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Start of kitchen construction

It will be built again!

› It was quiet on our property for a few months – no machine noise, no construction workers, because: the construction of our school building and the work on the sidewalks had long been completed.

We still haven’t been able to start the school activities because we are still missing one important thing: the kitchen.

After a few months of fundraising events and appeals for donations, the time has come. We can finally start the first part of the kitchen construction!

Now the campus, which is filled with laughter from time to time due to various events, is again a construction site.

Material is brought up again and you can hear the construction workers filling and pottering.

We are very grateful for this step and the 11,000 euros that we have been able to collect so far and can’t wait to see a new building on our PMCO campus!

However, we are still missing a large amount to complete the kitchen construction.  We still need 32,000 euros to be able to complete the construction.

Can you already hear the happy and exuberant children’s laughter of the numerous students during lunch, who no longer must worry about the next meal?

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Happy Birthday to me!

Happy Birthday to me!

› Can you imagine what it’s like not to know your birthday? When you don’t know what the word ‚birthday‘ means? What does that do to your identity and self-worth? How do you introduce yourself somewhere if you don’t know how old you are? No presents, no encouraging words, no birthday cake, no candles, no birthday songs?

What sounds unimaginable to us is reality for most of our children, because most of them do not know their birthday. Not even the parents or grandparents know on which day their (grand)children were born.

The aim of our work is to educate a „whole child“. A child who is self-confident and can love because he or she is loved. A child who feels valued and can therefore value other people. A child who is sensitive, empathic, attentive, open-minded, strong-willed, honest and independent. A child who is secure in his identity and knows his own worth.

We think knowing one’s birthday and being celebrated for each year of life contributes greatly to this development.

That is why WE CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS!

For the PMCO children who don’t know their birthday, we set a birth month in the year and each month we celebrate the children who had their birthday in the previous month. Last week we celebrated all our August babies! There was cake, birthday songs were sung, birthday candles were lit, snacks, soft drinks, games and lots of fun!

The day was not only exciting for our godchildren – also for our parents, because they have never experienced such birthday parties themselves. Therefore, there was not only cake for the children, but also for the parents – what a great day!

Besides the fun part of the day, we also divided the children into small groups and talked to them about the topic of „communication“. Again with a view to developing a „whole child“ who can communicate confidently. At the same time, there was a parents‘ meeting where our parents received information about the third and last school term, which will start in a few days.

We think it was a very successful day!

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ATTENTION, COMMUNITY of GODPARENTS

New dates for the Community of Godpartens

Can I write letters to my godchild? Is there a possibility to visit my godchild in Uganda? Can I send him Christmas presents? What is my sponsored child’s everyday life like and what does my donated money do there?

We are sure that you have already asked yourself at least one of these questions as a sponsor – and you are not alone! We now have 75 children who go to school through sponsorships. And behind every child is a sponsor. Our organisation is growing and our sponsor community is growing with it. That’s great, but we still want to keep it personal.

For this reason, we, as sponsors, have created a sponsor community that meets and exchanges ideas online on a regular basis. PMCO godparents from all over Germany with the PMCO team from Germany, Switzerland and even Uganda attend these meetings to keep you up to date with the latest developments of the children. Current information and updates as well as reports live from Uganda are always part of these meetings.

This not only gives you the opportunity to ask your questions and make contacts with each other, but is also a chance for us to come up with new ideas and wishes. Because we want to be an organisation that continues to develop in all areas – and of course you can’t be left out!

Therefore, no matter whether you are already a sponsor or not, join us at the next Community of Godparents meeting on Tuesdays at 7 pm. The link to the meeting can be clicked on shortly before the date (takes place via TEAMS, as DSGVO compliant). Our next dates:

22.11.2022

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Personal report by former Lord Mayor Margret Mergen

Schools for Africa

› Report by Margret Mergen

The concrete school project in Uganda:
At the end of June, I was in Uganda together with Councillor Dr Kath and my sister Gerburgis, where we solemnly inaugurated the school. This is the school project for which many citizens of Baden-Baden have donated in the past years. I had chosen a school project in Uganda in the poor region of Mityana as a result of the refugee crisis of 2015. The region is located about 75 km west of the capital Kampala and has an area of 263 square kilometres, about the size of Dortmund. The region has about 100,000 inhabitants and is considered fertile but poor. Jobs are scarce, many people work as day labourers or live from the yields of a small piece of land. There is a public school there (School Open Heart), but it is bursting at the seams.

Reiner Meutsch’s organisation „Fly and help Stiftung“ has been working for years to get 1000 schools for Africa off the ground. Fly and help brought me to the Mityana region. Fly and help works with concrete organisations on the ground, which then buy the concrete land, plan and build the school and make sure that the school is run.

The local organiser is the German entrepreneur Thomas Bleile from Munich (www.pmco-uganda.org). Together with his wife Michaela and a small team of Germans and Ugandans, he has purchased a wonderful piece of land of 16,000 sqm at an altitude of 1,500 m under the name PMCO „Passion Ministry Christian School“ 2021, made it ready for building and has now built a primary school with four classes. The ground-breaking ceremony was
The ground-breaking ceremony was in January 2021, the official inauguration was celebrated together at the end of June 2022. Around 50,000 =ê have been invested in the project so far. Besides the school building with bright and friendly classrooms with blue school desks, there is a small toilet building for pupils and teachers, a well system for fresh water and a beautiful children’s playground. The children in Uganda do not know anything like this, because there are no playgrounds there. So at the inauguration, the children did not know how to move a swing. They sat on the swings and let their legs hang until we showed them how to move a swing to great heights – and, of course, have great fun doing it.

School operations can start regularly as soon as the canteen building with the kitchen is also ready. This is to be realised in an existing, former stable building. The school runs from 8:00 a.m. to about 5:00 p.m., so the children should have breakfast and a meal at noon. Breakfast is often just porridge, which would certainly not fill our children up. But it means regular meals during the day, and that is not at all a matter of course in this region. We have seen the happy laughter of the children who do not have to worry about the next meal. And we have also seen the families of the children who live from hand to mouth and cannot afford extra expenses such as school uniforms or learning materials.

Financial support is also needed to keep the public school running. The school relies on sponsors for the students, as the teachers are not paid by the state, but have to be paid by the private school. There are additional costs for living expenses, school materials, school uniforms and meals with breakfast and lunch. As soon as the school is also run as a boarding school, the children live in their own dormitories on the school grounds. Finally, regular medical examinations and monitoring are required, which are covered by health insurance. All in all, a full sponsorship for a child costs 65 ê/month. But even smaller sponsorship donations help the children.

The new school already has 75 sponsored children. However, the school could easily take care of 300 pupils. There are also plans to build a continuation of the school on the large site, a secondary school for further education. For now, however, the aim is to generate 15,000 Euros for the kitchen and 17,000 Euros for the dining hall.

Why build a school in Uganda now?
In theory, school attendance is compulsory for „primary school“ in Uganda, but many children and young people are in fact unable to attend school. Thus, exemptions from school fees have been enforced in recent years. However, the majority of teachers are not adequately trained and are poorly and irregularly paid (average monthly salary $50-80/month).

Money for school materials is not available, and thus there are often neither school books nor exercise books and pencils. In addition, many families cannot afford the cost of the compulsory school uniform. The illiteracy rate is 29 %. The enrolment rate for „secondary school“ is only 15 %, and only a vanishing minority reaches the top of the education system and can go to university.

Uganda had taken a hard line during the Corona pandemic. Schools were closed for two years and reopened first in early 2022. Many teachers looked for other jobs, so the schools could hardly start operating again. The individual school classes comprise 50-100 pupils and the schools are often in very poor condition, the equipment is desolate.

The school system is divided into the „Nursery“ (kindergarten 3-6 years), which in fact does not exist in rural and poorer areas. The Primary School is the primary school from grade 1 – 7, and the school year is divided into 3 sections of 3 months (term) each, interrupted by holidays. ln this time, the children return to be with their families. The distances to school are often too far for the children to walk to school every day. Secondary school lasts 6 years from 13-19 years and is generally fee-paying.

Because of the long distances to school, there are boarding schools, which are more or less boarding schools. The students live in the schools, separated by gender, have only large common dormitories with simple 3-storey metal beds, cramped together. Students can store their belongings and laundry in a metal box that sits on top of the bed. The children wash their school uniforms themselves, there is no privacy. For this type of school
This type of school requires school fees that a normal family cannot afford. The journeys to school are made on foot, often through rough terrain or simply along unpaved roads.

The average income in Uganda is $500/year. School fees for one term (3 months) are often as high as $500/term, sometimes even $2,500/term, i.e. for 3 months. From this it is easy to see that schools are a luxury. A friend recently told me: „Africa is the forgotten continent“. But we must not forget Africa, because in the coming years and decades it will be the continent with the most inhabitants on our planet.
most inhabitants of our planet.

Some general facts about Africa:
Population:
1.4 billion inhabitants 2022
2.5 billion inhabitants 2050
4.3 billion inhabitants 2100 = 40 % of the world population 2100

10 countries in Africa have more than half of all newborn humans, among them Uganda and Kenya. Incidentally, among anthropologists, Uganda is considered the „cradle of humankind“.
Uganda has 45.7 million inhabitants and 241,000 square kilometres, which is about 68 % of the size of Germany (357 square kilometres). It is a landlocked country in East Africa and borders Lake Victoria. The average age is 15.7 years – compared to 47.8 years in Germany. Half of the population is under 14 years old. Almost 85% of Ugandans belong to the Christian faith, 12% are Muslim.
Uganda was a British colony or protectorate from 1896 to 1962, when it became independent. The first head of state after independence was the dictator Milton Obote, who was succeeded by Idi Amin in 1971. Under his dictatorship until 1979, he had up to 300,000 people murdered. During his era, an estimated 60,000 Asians, especially Indians, also had to leave the country, which made the economic situation much worse, as Indians ran the businesses and the economy, especially in the cities. Intellectuals left the country for fear of arbitrary punishment. After Amin’s dictatorship, he was again succeeded by Milton
Obote until 1986.
Uganda is a presidential republic. The political system has been led by the head of government, Yowerie Museveni (76 years old), for 34 years. He has ruled since 1986, is considered a moderate president and is elected until 2026. He is supported by the „National Resistance Movement NRM-C.

After our visit to the Mityana region, after meeting the poor families in their simplest huts, after looking into the eyes of the many children who hope for a better future, I sincerely ask for support for the school in Mityana for the construction of the canteen. Above all, however, school sponsorships for further children will help. More info at: https://pmco-uganda.org/faq/

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A celebration of hope: our school inauguration

A celebration of hope: our school dedication

Excitement, dances, laughter, hope and love. Big tents, many cars, the smell of good, local food, balloons and music. That was our set up and the atmosphere on the PMCO property on the 28th June 2022: OUR SCHOOL DEDICATION.

There were many emotions, because there was a lot that touched and occupied our guests: from dance entertainment to serious words. There was also time for fun and games with the PMCO kids and good food – something for everyone!

Months of work, planning and preparation were put towards this event, and we can happily say that it was a great success!

One of the main purposes of the dedication was to officially launch the school building that was donated by the former mayor of ‘Baden Baden’ Mrs. Magrit Mergen. Mrs. Mergen was present herself, to see and experience Mityana and to dedicate the building that will be the primary school on our campus in Mityana.

We were able to give her and the community updates on how far the construction of the campus had come, but also to show the parents and children a glimpse of what the school they are going to be attending, looks like.

170 people were in attendance, these included the children being sponsored by PMCO, a few volunteers who made the day a success, the PMCO team in Uganda, the former Mayor’s team from Germany, local community leaders and Thomas and Michaela Bleile – the founders of PMCO from Germany.

There were a few speeches given by the founders, the german mayor, kids and parents. The team leaders of PMCO in Uganda, Juli and Raymond spoke to explain the relevance of PMCO in Mityana, but also to thank the parents for trusting PMCO with their children.

All speeches emphasized the importance of raising children based on good values, pedagogy and training them to become responsible leaders in their village community.

It was also emphasized that these children, regardless of their background, family circumstances and destiny, have a right to go to school and can hope for a great future! It was a celebration of hope and the vision of PMCO!

The children performed a dance and poem, which brought light-hearted moments to the event. Their joy while presenting brought many of the guests to tears.

It was a beautiful sight to see the effect that these little bundles have on everyone that encounters them. They were filled with so much excitement that was very evident to all.

We are in Uganda – which means no event can end without sharing a good meal! So after the speeches and the main ceremony of the dedication, everyone enjoyed fresh prepared local food. The children were catered for first and it was heartwarming to see their excitement to have a whole plate of food – just for them!

Our kids are our focus and the reason why we do this work – so of course one other objective of this day was to also spend some time with the children and let them play on their new playground for the very first time.

Their beautiful smiles and excitement to be playing together was really the highlight of the entire event and got some of our visitors and team members teary eyes.

The event involved the Mityana community in a unique way and we look forward to having more engaging events, but also registering many more successes with the children at PMCO.

A big thank you again, to Magrit Mergen and the team of Fly and Help who made the construction of this first school building happen! We are grateful for their support and that they came all the way from Germany to share this special moment with us.

*The goal is to open the school and have school operations running by January 2023 (next academic year in Uganda). In order to do so we are still in need of 20.000 Euros, to complete our Dining and kitchen hall.
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A short journey to the Pearl of Africa

Two reports from our visitors

› Did I think I would lose my heart for an organisation, for children and for the people of another country when I got on the plane? Did I realise how formative this short time would truly be for me? To both of these questions, the same small and simple answer is no.

Hey my name is Emmanuel and I had the honour to visit PMCO in Uganda for a fortnight. In that short time, I saw what a difference we can cause in other people’s lives if we are willing to advocate and invest ourselves in them. Again, how much we can learn from them that can shape us for life. The PMCO team truly loves children and their families, otherwise they could not give 120% to them. Be it in the office, on the construction site, at meetings with parents or playing with the children. The team takes a real stake in people’s lives and tries to support them where they need help to help themselves. Helping people to help themselves. This brief insight has left a deep impression on me and moved me. It is worth going on a dive and bringing out the pearls from the bottom of the sea.

Your Emmanuel

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Hello 🙂 My name is Lisa and I was in Uganda for 14 days this year in June 2022. Within my studies, I was scheduled to go abroad and I got to visit PMCO with two other students and get to know the organisation. It was my first trip outside of Europe and I was very excited because the trip was totally out of my comfort zone. Starting with my fear of flying and what it would be like to experience a completely different culture, I was up for the challenges.

Juli, Ray and the PMCO team looked after us incredibly well. It was really a very special, personal and inspiring care. During these 14 days we got an insight into the following areas: PMCO foundation and vision, parenting, school education system in Uganda, sponsorship work.

It was a life-changing journey and I am totally grateful to have taken this step. What touched me the most was the direct work with the children and the families. Seeing and experiencing how they live there was very emotional. We were always warmly welcomed and although from a western point of view one would say that they didn’t have much, they were extremely hospitable and gave us gifts. The joy they radiated was out of this world.

I have to honestly admit, before I went to Uganda, I underestimated the work that goes on in these areas. I underestimated how important and valuable it is to simply „meet“ the people and the children and thus show them that „we“ see them, perceive them and that they are not forgotten. The fact that we give them our attention and take time for them makes an essential difference. Of course, it also requires finances, but the personal relationship is worth much more than that. I was very impressed and inspired by the efforts of the PMCO team. It was definitely not the last time I was there and I really recommend it. Especially if you have a sponsored child. It is such a beautiful experience and enrichment.

Thank you very much for this unforgettable trip 🙂

Your Lisa

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INVITATION TO THE GROUP TRIP IN JUNE

Your unique travel experience to Uganda – the Pearl of Africa

› As PMCO Uganda e.V., our ultimate goal is to break the spiral of poverty through education. Thanks to your valuable donation, we are not only able to provide a minimum level of education, but have brought out the best possible to give families and children hope for a better life. As part of the group trip, we would like to invite you to see our work on site and celebrate the inauguration of the school building with us.

Travel date:

from 24.06. to 03.07.2022

-> Flight, hotel and transfer are included in these 9 exciting days. Also:

-> Get to know our team personally,
see for yourself our sustainable work with the children and their families and
be inspired by their hope in their challenging life situations.

-> Check out our school campus,
celebrate the school’s inauguration with us and many public figures, and
be swept away by our great vision for the region.

-> Enjoy a fabulous boat trip on Lake Victoria with us,
visit the famous chimpanzee island and
experience an impressive sightseeing tour through the capital Kampala.

ITINERARY

Day 24.06.22, FR Departure Germany MUC or FRA 22:35 hrs
Day 25.06.22, SA Landing in Entebbe and transfer to Hotel Royal Suites Kampala**** (7 nights half board)
Day 26.06.22, SO Boat trip on Lake Victoria with visit to Ngamba Island with chimpanzees
Day 27.06.22, MO City tour in Kampala, lunch in the city, free time for shopping, return to the hotel
Day 28.06.22, DI Visit of the PMCO sponsored children and families in their homes
Day 29.06.22, MI Visit of the current school OpenHeartSchool as well as a big party on the PMCO property with the sponsored children
Day 30.06.22, DO big school inauguration with speeches by various political representatives
Day 01.07.22, FR Free day at the hotel with pool, spa and fitness room at leisure
Day 02.07.22, SA Transfer to the airport and departure Entebbe – Germany
Day 03.07.22, SO Landing in Germany MUC or FRA 13:15 hrs
for only 2,299 EUR per person in a double room with half board in a 4* hotel

Supplement for single room +322 EUR

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ATTENTION: THIS IS A BINDING REGISTRATION!

! Booking deadline is 05.05.2022 !

INCLUDED SERVICES

Flight from FRA or MUC – EBB – MUC or FRA with Emirates or FlyDubai (each connecting flight via DXB)
all currently known security fees, taxes and fuel surcharge
free baggage allowance 1 x 23 kg
Rail & Fly 2nd class from all German railway stations
Transfers airport – hotel – airport
7 nights in Royal Suites Kampala**** with half board
Activities as per programme
English speaking driver guide
a map of Uganda
All local hotel taxes
AMREF insurance Flying Doctors – Air Ambulance Service in Africa
Tips
sufficient water bottles in the bus
Travel documents/hotel vouchers per room
German speaking tour guide from Munich by PMCO
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because the number of places is limited!

Fill out our contact form or send us an email to michaela@pmco-uganda.org with the following information: First and last name, email address and double or single room. ATTENTION: THIS IS A BINDING REGISTRATION, as we book the places immediately due to the short notice! You will then receive a form from FTI Touristik GmbH, which you must fill in, sign and return by email.

We are looking forward to unforgettable days with you in Uganda!

! Booking deadline is 05.05.2022 !

The travel group is limited to 20 participants. The minimum number of participants for the trip to take place is 10. If the trip comes about, there is no possibility of cancellation or withdrawal free of charge. We therefore recommend travel cancellation insurance (you will receive a non-binding offer with the form from FTI Touristik GmbH). All information and prices are subject to change.

Entry requirements Uganda: https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de Valid for German nationals! Customers with other nationalities who also have a residence in the EU will receive the entry regulations with notification of their nationality before booking.

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APRIL UPDATE PAYPAL DONATION CAMPAIGN

Fundraising event was a great success

Playing football, stop dancing, badminton, team games, laughing, running – being a kid. The first weekend in April was full of emotions for young and old. Our team in Uganda had visitors from Germany, and they came with a lot of fun as well as a big surprise in their luggage.

Review: In March, a Paypal link was shared on social media to donate to PMCO Uganda e.V.. The aim was to raise 11,000 euros for the completion of the school kitchen. The link was diligently clicked on and countless donations were received. Many influencers drummed up support and within just two weeks the big donation target was reached! We are incredibly grateful that the last major building project for the time being can now finally be tackled.

Boris, who initiated the fundraising campaign, came to Uganda in person to hand over the cheque. He was accompanied by a team of the CityChurch from Cologne, who wanted to inform themselves about our sustainable work together with him. For our visitors from Cologne it was the first time in the East African country, so the trip included shopping at the local market, original Ugandan street food, the typical traffic in Kampala and long car rides over bumpy roads to the children’s villages.

In addition to the many impressions from the Pearl of Africa, the travel group was able to visit our school campus with construction site and got to know all the sponsored children. They even visited some kids in their humble home and spent a lot of time with them. At a parents‘ meeting, they shared their heart and joy about the work with the visibly touched guardians of the sponsored children. Many conversations about vision, challenges and support opportunities took place with the Ugandan team.

The group was particularly touched when Boris was allowed to hand over the cheque to the children, but the circumstances in which our families live also left deep and lasting impressions. „We will go back changed“, say all four and assure that they would like to come back.

What remains are these special encounters with people that change our visitors, but also the parents and children, and trigger hope. We are therefore very much looking forward to further cooperation with the Citychurch from Cologne and are excited about who will be visiting us on the next group trip.

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MARCH UPDATE ON SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION

It goes on tirelessly

› The school building is finished, but in order to be allowed to run a state-recognised school in Uganda, our classrooms need to be connected to a kitchen facility, a dining hall and a playground. The latter is almost finished. A gatehouse at the entrance gate is also being built and the newly planted lawn is slowly growing due to the rain that has fallen in the last few days. Did you know that there will even be a basketball court? Our kids are already impatient!

In order to move forward with the opening of our school campus, we need many project donations for the kitchen and canteen. Our kids still go to a public school nearby, but soon there will be happy students running through the PMCO pathways.

Do you want to be an enabler? Get involved in our dream, every donation goes directly and transparently.

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HUNGER CRISIS IN UGANDA

The whole world suffers from this war

The war is also making itself felt in Uganda. Wheat and cooking oil prices are climbing remarkably. But here the poor suffer the most, because until recently they did not earn any money due to the Corona crisis. Now their daily wages are barely enough for a necessary meal. All our children come from such families. Through our emergency aid during the two-year lockdown in Uganda, we were able to ensure their survival.

The PMCO children receive regular meals at school. But on weekends and during vacations, the relatives with whom the children then live try to provide food. For many of our families, this is hardly possible, especially with the current price increases.

We only accept needy families into our school program, but couldn’t stand by for long and see that while this allows us to pay the children’s school fees, everything else essential to life is missing from the children and their families. That is why we started a living sponsorship some time ago.

If you feel the same way as we do and it tears your heart apart that the poorest of the poor are suffering even from wars thousands of miles away, and there is no way to escape from malnutrition, forced marriage and modern slavery, then sign up for a living sponsorship today. Because despite the terrible war in Ukraine, we will not forget the rest of the world. Today more than ever, children need our protection.

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