The Potter's Village

The Potter’s Village is a Child Crisis and Medical Centre in Kisoro, South West Uganda. Abandoned and orphaned babies find care and new hope in the Crisis Centre. Potter's Village has a health care facility for all children up to the age of 12 and a Special Care Baby Unit to care for premature babies, alongside facilities to help the recovery of acutely malnourished children.

Our goal is to save lives. Without this ministry every baby here would have died. Thanks to the generosity of many donors from the UK and beyond, we are able to provide loving Christian care for an increasing number of little ones.

Jenny Green, Founder of Potter’s Village.

Latest News

Debby's Visit to Potter's Village
  • 18 November 2016
Debby's Visit to Potter's Village
Debby McLelland, her daughter and two friends were able to visit Potter's Village in the summer of 2016.
Alternative Gifts Christmas Catalogue 2016
  • 14 October 2016
Alternative Gifts Christmas Catalogue 2016
We have just published our Alternative Gifts catalogue for Christmas 2016.The Potters Village has identified gifts that will help save the lives of children in Kisoro. You simply choose a gift for a relative or friend and we'll send you one of our cards for you to give to them, explaining about their gift. We also have a range of Christmas cards available to order.
Hostel Appeal - 2016
  • 10 May 2016
Hostel Appeal - 2016
Project: Potters Village is a Child Crisis & Medical Centre, offering a safe and secure environment for vulnerable babies and toddlers, many whom have been abandoned or their families are unable to look after them.

OUR VISION

The Potter’s Village exists to rescue babies who have no other chance of survival. Up to 20 babies can be given a home on the site. Babies will be given optimum provision to thrive with one-to-one care, within a family environment.

Potter's Village Address

P.O Box 252, Kisoro, S W Uganda.

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Your kind donations help to meet the running costs of the Medical and Day centres in Kisoro.
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Sponsoring a child helps towards the running costs for that child's individual needs.

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