Success Stories

Masaba James

James was admitted to Chrystal Children’s Center on June 1, 2018, when his mother was hospitalized in Batubika due to mental illness. The social work team at Chrystal’s made a follow up visit to the mother, and later realized that her mental health had improved and that she had gained back her stability. On July 26, 2018, the social welfare team at Chrystal’s picked her from Batubika, as she was discharged and resettled her with her brother. The team plans to support her financially, since she has a skill of hairdressing. We believe that with this support, she will be able to take care of Masaba James, hence his well being and safety.

Tusubila David – Baby admitted

David was admitted to Chrystal Children’s center on May 18, 2017 after being rescued from the depth of a pit latrine in Bweya, Kajjansi. David has been staying at the center and grows into a lovely, healthy, handsome boy with each day passing.  We still look forward to finding him a home, as we follow up on his background to help him reunite with his relatives. If these attempts fail, a local family will be identified to integrate him into a stable, loving environment.

Muwanguzi Mathew – Child with disability

Mathew was admitted to Chrystal Children’s Center on May 12, 2017, when he was abandoned in Entebbe Grade B Hospital by his mother. Mathew was diagnosed with Down Syndrome and had difficulty functioning independently. He lived at the center for some time until Chrystal’s found a suitable place for him. Mathew was referred to a home for disabled children, since this facility offered better services to meet his developmental needs.

Mukiisa Blessing Kisakye – Baby admitted

Kisakye was admitted to Chrystal Children’s Center on January 31, 2017 at one day old. She was rescued from a pit latrine and taken to Doctor’s Hospital Seguku for a general check up.  The medical examination revealed that she was healthy and also HIV negative. The social welfare team at Chrystal’s is working dilligently to locate her relatives. If these attempts fail,  a local family will be identified through the panel to integrate her into a home setting.

David

David was a victim of torture, and rescued by the police in Nateete. He was referred to Chrystal’s as a child in need of adequate care and protection. David 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 his other relatives and eventually located his grandmother who was willing to take care of him. David has been successfully resettled with his grandmother.