We exist to support poor and vulnerable communities to become health and self-reliant, through Health, Educational and Economic empowerment interventions.
Youth unemployment remains a serious policy challenge in many sub-Saharan African countries, including Uganda. In 2013, youth (aged 15 to 24) in sub-Saharan Africa were twice likely to be unemployed compared to any other age cohort. For Uganda, in 2012, the Uganda Bureau of Statistics revealed that the share of unemployed youth (national definition, 18-30 years) among the total unemployed persons in the country was 64 percent.
Empowering Young Girls to be self-reliant
We strive to reduce the high levels of vulnerability that forces young girls into risky behavior early marriages, create employment opportunities and reducing on poverty levels in our communities.
Maternal Child Health (MCH)
We are directly involved in programs to contribute to a reduction in maternal and child mortality rates in Uganda to ensure safe child birth and reduce risk for the mothers.
Sexual and Reproductive Health
We support adolescent girls and young women to access accurate sexual and reproductive health information and a range of safe and affordable contraceptive methods.
Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)
We implement WASH activities in schools and communities at household level to improve and promote hygiene and healthy communities.
Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs)
We support orphans and vulnerable children with scholastic materials such as books, pens, pencils and uniforms and give part of the school fees.
If you would like to get involved through sponsorship, partnership, funding and voluntary arrangements, please reach out to us.