Success stories

MASARA JAMES

He was admitted to Chrystal Children’s Center on the 1st of June 2018 due to mother suffering a mental breakdown/illness and was in Butabika hospital. The social work team at Chrystal;s made a follow up on the mother, and later they came to realize that she had gained back stability and in her proper senses. On 26th July 2018, the social welfare team at Chrysta’s picked her from Batubika as she was discarged and resettled her with her brother. The team also plans on supporting her financially since she has a skill of hairdressing. We believe with this support she will be able to take care of Masaba James, hence his well being and safety.

Tusubiika David – Baby admitted

He was admitted to Chrystal Children’s center on 18/05/2017 after being rescued from a pit latrine / outside toilet in Bweya Kajjansi. David has been staying with us and every day that goes by he grows into a lovely, healthy handsome boy. We are still looking forward to give him a home as we make a follow up on his background to help him reunite with his relatives but if it fails then a local family will be identified to integrate him into a willing family.

Muwanguzi Mathew – Child with Disability

He was admitted to Chrystal Children’s Center on 12/05/2017, the child was abandoned in Entebbe Grade B Hospital by his mother. Mathew had a Down syndrome or in other words he was impaired, he couldn’t do anything on his own. The child lived in the center for some time and later Chrystal’s found a suitable place for him and he was referred to a home for disabled since this offered better services for his health hence ensuring his well-being

Mukiisa Blessing Kisakye – Baby Admitted

She was admitted to Chrystal Children’s Center on the 31/01/2017 aged one day. As she was rescued from a pit latrine, the child was taken to Doctor’s Hospital Seguku for general check up and the medical examination revealed that she was normal and also HIV negative. The social welfare team at Chrystal is working hard in order to trace her relatives but if they totally fail then a local family will be identified through the panel to integrate her into a family setting.

David

David was a victim of torture , he was rescued by the police in Nateete and referred to Chrystal’s as a child in need of adequate care and protection. He was staying with a half brother who was married, but the wife didn’t like the boy. The social welfare team at Chrystal’s searched for the other relatives of the boy and in the end they met his grandmother who was willing to take care of him. Later David was resettled with his grandmother.