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Children’s Clubs

3,000 children gathering to have fun, learn life skills, and receive encouragement every week.

JENGA is actively investing in the lives of vulnerable children and young people across some of the poorest communities in and around Mbale. Each week approximately 3,000 children and young people of all tribes, religions and backgrounds meet in various JENGA supported clubs. These clubs provide the rare freedom and opportunity to play, have fun with other children, learn life-skills, and receive guidance and teaching from experienced community mentors.

In providing a safe, loving, and fun atmosphere, JENGA helps to offer an opportunity for these children to gain a sense of worth and significance in a culture where this is not always the case. This space for positive role-modelling and guidance is helping to shape the way these children engage in their homes and in their communities.

Martin’s Story

Martin joined the children’s club in his first year of secondary school. At the time, he was often disobedient, his family struggled with getting him to attend school, and he would often be spending his days with friends who pressured him into bad behaviours such as stealing. For these reasons, Martin’s parents struggled to believe in him, and it was difficult for them to invest in basic items such as school exercise books, pencils and pens.

Through Martin’s involvement in the children’s club, the trainings given and the friends he met there who are a good influence, he began attending school again. Martin’s parents have noticed a real improvement in his behaviour as he is now being kinder, avoiding alcohol and he is now obeying his parents. Martin is now in positions of leadership in his church, organising the choir, and the essential supplies given by JENGA to the group at the beginning of each term has helped to make sure that he has what he needs for school. Best of all, the Children’s club has helped him to deepen in his relationship with God, and to live a life of purpose.

The Children’s club teacher shares that, “Martin’s Grandma shares thousands of words to describe how big it is for her and their family that JENGA was able to meet their school needs, and today she is calm and has peace”

Names have been changed to protect identities