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African Child Foundation, Kampala, Uganda

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Address: P.O. Box 29523,
Kampala, 0000  
Uganda
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 50
EIN: n/a
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Mission Statement


The African Child Foundation (‘ACF’) is an independent, indigenous, non-political, non - governmental organization with a primary mission to provide education to poor, disadvantaged and neglected orphans whose parents have died of HIV/AIDS. We aim to help their families to overcome poverty and hopelessness in Uganda through helping them initiate sustainable income generating projects

Description


ACF's primary mission is to reach out to the Orphans and their families by helping them have a better life now and a constructive future through initiating community sustainable projects and program aimed at uplifting the standard of life of the rural communities through: Education &Training for Orphans. Women Empowerment Program. Community Development. Primary Health Care Programs; HIV/AIDS Care, Counseling & HIV/AIDS Blooding Testing; Adult Education Program; Vocational Training for Rural Youth; Sports Outreach Program; The foundation provides holistic care for these needy people through a range of activities. These include: The provision of home-based care for people living with HIV/AIDS, free blood testing and counselling for HIV/AIDS, and the provision of condoms to the sexually active; An empowerment program for widows who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS to assist them to generate a sustainable income; An education and awareness scheme to increase knowledge about HIV/AIDS in educational institutions and in the wider community; and The caring and support of orphans using sponsorship schemes.

ACF's primary mission is to reach out to the Orphans and their families by helping them have a better life now and a constructive future through initiating community sustainable projects and program aimed at uplifting the standard of life of the rural communities through: Education &Training for Orphans. Women Empowerment Program. Community Development. Primary Health Care Programs; HIV/AIDS Care, Counseling & HIV/AIDS Blooding Testing; Adult Education Program; Vocational Training for Rural Youth; Sports Outreach Program; The foundation provides holistic care for these needy people through a range of activities. These include: The provision of home-based care for people living with HIV/AIDS, free blood testing and counselling for HIV/AIDS, and the provision of condoms to the sexually active; An empowerment program for widows who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS to assist them to generate a sustainable income; An education and awareness scheme to increase knowledge about HIV/AIDS in educational institutions and in the wider community; and The caring and support of orphans using sponsorship schemes.

Mission Statement: The African Child Foundation (‘ACF’) is an independent, indigenous, non-political, non - governmental organization with a primary mission to provide education to poor, disadvantaged and neglected orphans whose parents have died of HIV/AIDS. We aim to help their families to overcome poverty and hopelessness in Uganda through helping them initiate sustainable income generating projects

Organizational Statement of Faith


We strongly and Constantly focus on Jesus Christ and His mandate to us as believers - "You shall Love the Lord Your God with All Your Heart, with All Your Soul, with All your strength and To Love your Neighbor as Yourself... (Luke. 10:27)" Thus Christ's Love is our Central driving force in our efforts as we reach out to help the AIDS orphans. As members of the body of Christ, we are motivated by reflecting on God's broken heart for " Orphans and Widows" and His concern that their rights should be protected. "Learn To Do Good, Seek Justice, Rebuke the Oppressor; Defend the Fatherless, Plead for the Widow" (Isaiah 1:17).


Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Health Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No