To provide an environment and opportunity for children to grow and flourish.
Social conflicts, Poverty, HIV and AIDS, and many other issues affecting Uganda have left in its trail high mortality rates among children, and those from vulnerable families that survive face a bleak future.
In communities ravaged by the HIV/Aids pandemic most children are orphaned with no one to turn to, so are many others born into families in abject poverty without the means and hope to provide for the children.
In such conditions: children go hungry and malnourished; Education is a luxury, parents, and guardians can’t afford to take children to school, so kids drop out of school forced into the streets or work to share the burden of supporting the family.
Children born into such a life struggle to break free. They circle back to make the same mistakes their parents made, soon they are bringing forth children of their own into the same desperate conditions. And the cycle continues.
What We Are Doing About It
We work to bring hope and to improve the lives of vulnerable children in Uganda who have been denied their rights and welfare.
Areas that have the highest impact in the community
We provide children in vulnerable communities access to quality medical care, clean water, and essential health care services to prevent death from preventable diseases.
We take vulnerable children to school because we believe education gives children a fighting chance to break out from and end the perpetual cycle of poverty in Uganda.
We pluck vulnerable children from the most deprived communities in Uganda, move them into safe and stimulating environments conducive for a child’s mental and physical well-being.
- 50 children are getting the best care from our Makuula home
- 11 homecare homes built around Uganda
- 400 Children re-enrolled to school
Through projects, we work work to give vulnerable children hope.