WHAT IS SOZO?

"Sozo" is a Greek word found in the New Testament, that means "to save," both physical restoration and spiritual salvation.

Sozo Children operates multiple children's homes in Uganda, providing care for over 120 children. “Sozo” is a Greek word that means to save, to keep safe, and to rescue from harm. Through a continuum of care provided by a team of Ugandan care-givers, the 121 children of Sozo are loved, nurtured, and equipped with proper nutrition, healthcare, quality education, spiritual development and life skills to impact positive change in their communities and Ugandan society.

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Mission trips through Sozo Children invite you on a journey to build relationships through love and discipleship, while serving our homes and local village community.  Regardless of whether you have been across the world before or never been on a plane, Sozo Children will walk you through every step of a global mission trip.

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Our sponsorship program exists to connect individuals with vulnerable children to experience the love of Christ. We partner together to provide for their basic needs like medical care and education, as well as, cultivating personal development like essential skills and spiritual growth.

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The Village Project, the future home of Sozo Children, is a campaign to build 30 homes for 300 children, a church, a primary and secondary school, a medical clinic, and provide clean water wells in 3 phases. This is an opportunity for you to play an active role in the work of God to provide children with safe and loving homes.


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