Sixty Feet board member Michael Lines said that roughly 1 in 6 children in Uganda younger than 17 is an orphan, and there are approximately 2.5 million orphans.
Using his talent as a filmmaker, Lines documented "M" through his film "Bereaved."
"I truly believe that if you look at all that's been accomplished in the short time, I don't think any of it would be possible without God's specific guided hand in this process," Lines said.
The owner of Abiyoyo Productions learned of "M," located in outside Kabala, Uganda, in March through his friend, Betsy Biedlingmaier. She blogged about her visit to the facility with her friend, Nathalie, who discovered it.
"The film allows people to experience 'M.' You can walk into this place. You can look into these kids' eyes and you can see the need and you can see their pain," he said. "I wanted to capture that experience for people back in the States.
In a short time, Sixty Feet improved conditions by renovating facility bathrooms and sewer system, funding hospital visits and meals and sending a medical team to the facility. Long term, Lines said, Sixty Feet hopes to build a village on land they own where the most vulnerable children can have a safe family like environment.
After seeing the wretched conditions, Nathalie began visiting the facility weekly and building relationships with the children who have little adult supervision.
Awakened by Betsy's blog, Lines shared the news with his friend, Dan Owens. In April, Lines and Nike Tech Fleece Sweatshirt Owens traveled to Uganda. Nike Jacket Camo
"The stats became reality when we came to know those kids by name and by face," said Lines who has traveled to Uganda on four occasions.
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"Conditions (at "M") are absolutely terrible," said Lines. He said as many as 1,500 children have lived there at a time though the notorious facility was built to accommodate Nike Windrunner Red And Black
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150 to 200. Lines described malnourished children locked in rooms or to window bars, the lack of beds, and smell of urine everywhere.
Sixty feet below the polluted surface water of Uganda is clean water that can change the lives of people. Sixty Feet is an action based ministry dedicated to changing the lives of orphaned children in Uganda at a "child prison" referred to as "M."
Before the trip, they formed the nonprofit Sixty Feet with five other friends: Judd Harper, Scott Harty, Garry Hill, Lee Mitchell and Nike Windrunner Women Red
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