The projects we get involved with fall into several main categories: Education, Rural and Social Development, Medical, Social housing, Disabilities, and Enterprise.
As our work in Uganda continues and develops, we have learnt that many of these areas are closely linked together. A disabled child or adult may not have a house which meets their needs, for example, or a medical condition may prevent a child from attending school regularly. So when we see a new situation on the ground in Uganda, we try to understand the complex web of factors which may be affecting an individual or family’s wellbeing. Only then can we, in conjunction with the Ugandan team who are permanently on the ground, find the right solution for the circumstances. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of the communities we work in and ensuring, as far as we can, that all our work in Uganda is sustainable.