We are an non-profit organization that supports good causes and positive change all over Uganda.

Our Mission

“A Non-governmental organization that promotes mind set changing of child and single young mothers towards work in support of young ones and to all its valued beneficiaries to live a meaningful life in society.”

Our Vission

Sustainable Development and a Health community. 

Our Values

Objectives

  • To offer developmental and humanitarian support that works towards sustaining the well being of child and young single mothers in special consideration of their children.
  • To establish a training center where young mothers will acquire different skills of their interests for self reliance.
  • To encourage the young mothers to make savings through VSLA for personal development such as beginning a business.
  • To eliminate GBV in such homes to promote peace so that there is stability in marriages.
  • To promote agriculture in their homesteads to supplement and therefore increase on food security.
  • To sensitize the mothers on health. 

Our agency has been present for over 10 years. We make the best for all our children and single mothers.

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What We Do

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Our Team

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Mr. Kareem Muhammed

Founder/ Director ICT

Mr. Waiswa William

Founder / Finance Manager

Ms. Christina Marie

International Education Sponsorship Coordinator Canada
Marcia Johnson

Ms. Marcia Johston

International Programs Manager USA

Ms. Namutamba Beatrice

Program Officer/ Board Member

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One morning, when Gregor Samsa woke from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a horrible vermin. He lay on his armour-like back, and if he lifted his head a little he could see his brown belly.