Social Enterprise Africa trains teenagers from rural or slum districts in Uganda to become young social entrepreneurs
We are fundraising donations for New Hope Orphanage in Busia, Uganda. We want to purchase new mosquito nets and help rebuild some orphanage facilities like classrooms.
Community Concerns Uganda was founded on the pillars of love, hope and desire to change. It works to address the needs and aspirations of the underprivileged poor.We hope to see a self sustaining community with safe,clean households and healthy members. We also hope to improve on the social, economic,psychological and spiritual welfare of the community.
We cultivate humanity through reflection for a purposeful living in a farm setting. For the youth we organize holiday camps on themes of personal development, we carryout annual career forums, for the employees we make them follow their personal action plan to create jobs, for women we strengthen them through competence development for the community we demonstrate our good practice.
CIYOTA seeks to enable transformation of communities in Africa by preparing and developing a unified group of current and future leaders.
our vision is to support the needy i.e widows,youth, orphans, disabled and sickly and families financially crippled.
We are a mentoring program that is a friend - of - girls, non profit organization that inspires all teenage girls to reach their full potential , to understand, value and assert their rights to be safe and successful in the world. we respond to the changing needs of teenage girls and their communities through research based programmes and advocacy that empowers girls.
We are a group of medical students who are passionate about impacting society especially in education and health.Advocating for students to take on science related courses and reaching out to nearby communities through health camps on awareness campaigns such as breast and cervical cancer and reproductive health.
The dream is to open a cafe in the largest growing urban town in Uganda, East Africa. This town is called Mukono, and contains Uganda Christian University, a university that boasts 8,000 students. The primary goal is to promote education and boost the economy, by hiring UCU students that have trouble completing their tuition payments. Then secondly, boosting the economy in the Eastern region of Uganda, by hiring coffee farmers at the Uganda-Kenya border. And lastly, the dream is to create a hip, cute environment for students and locals to hang out, study, and be in community together.
AFFCAD is a non profit organisation providing HIV/AIDS awareness and economic empowerment services to youth, vulnerable children, women and families living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and Poverty in the slum communities of Bwaise Kawempe division Kampala district.