Foodstep Uganda runs an orphange in Entebbe, which is home to just over 100 children ranging from babies to teens.
Every child has a different story, but the well qualified staff at Foodstep have helped to create a loving and nuturing environment for all. Imagine having a family with 100 brothers and sisters!
These images are amongst a collection donated to Foodstep Uganda. This work has also won a commendation from the RPS (royal PhotographicSociet) Documentary group.
Natalie and children. Natalie and her husband Werner set up the orphanage ten years ago.
Feeling Efem’s beard. Efem is a pilot, and a regular contributor and visitor to Foodstep.
Johnny Boy, proudly shows me where he sits in the nursery class.
Girls dorm. This is the girls dormitory. This image received a commendation from the RPS (Royal Photographic Society) Documentary group.
Nursery school. These children proudly show me their nursery school.
Pride. This young man was very keen to make sure that I made him look cool. I realised how noticeable it is that the children at Foodstep Uganda have consistently high self esteem – a tribute to the organisation.
Baby Moses was just 5 days old when this image was taken. He was born prematurely, and had been abandoned by a young mother.
Here is another shot of Baby Moses, who is now 7 weeks old thanks to the constant attention of the staff at Foodstep Uganda.