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WHAT WE DO

BaNgaAfayo offers education, health, nutrition, and community development programs that currently benefit approximately 300 children in Kayunga District in Uganda. While our primary focus is children, our community-based approach ensures that parents, teachers, and community leaders also receive the knowledge they need to create an environment where children can thrive.

BaNgaAfayo delivers its programs to children and community members in Kayunga District. BaNgaAfayo offers programs in five strategic areas to support our mission to empower underserved children and their families to reach their full potential, improve their livelihoods, and take advantage of economic opportunity through education and nutrition.

The children directly under our care comprise of HIV/AIDS affected, vulnerable street and orphaned children. We identify the most vulnerable and nurture them for a brighter future. With the help of friends and donors, we have successfully been able to help over 50 less fortunate children who would otherwise have no place to call home.

At the moment some children are attending different schools already. We continue to solicit sponsorship for every child under our care and we make sure they have a good education, scholastic materials, clothes and medical care.

OBJECTIVES

  • To educate under privileged children from the lowest to the highest level of education/from kindergarten to university or vocational learning.
  • To provide high quality care for children and adolescents by providing useful and beneficial skills through our own programs and follow through with state run education.
  • To promote the importance of family planning, the dangers of drug use and STIs especially HIV/AIDs and caring for victims or the infected and affected.
  • To facilitate the reunion of the children with their own families whenever possible
  • To rescue more and more under privileged children from their physical and spiritual poverty
  • To make children under 18 years less vulnerable to crime and protect them from going to remand homes.