National sports academy extra

"To provide quality, affordable, innovative, all round education to the most vulnerable children in Uganda"

National sports academy extra
Lungujja Zone 8, Yanga Playground
Rubaga Division
Kampala, Central 256
Uganda
1-218-760-1622
http://www.nsaug.org

Executive Director

Ian Matovu Sendi

Management Team

Duncan Asiimwe, Musoke Martin, Kayemba Edris, Muyimba Yasin, Sseban Robert, Meere Ntabadde

Board of Directors

IAN SENDI MATOVU, CAROLINE KIRAMA, OSCAR MATOVU, VENANCIO ASIIMWE, HARRIET NABAGESERA NAMULI, MUGANGA MARTIN, SAM MAURICE, CALEB BARKER, Duncan Asiimwe, Musoke Martin, Kayemba Edris, Muyimba Yasin, Sseban Robert, Meere Ntabadde

Mission

"To provide quality, affordable, innovative, all round education to the most vulnerable children in Uganda"

Programs

National Sports Academy Extra helps to provide real homes to cater for children who have lost their family or are vulnerable for many reasons. Each family consist of a mother who takes care of up to 10 children (2-years-old and above). The model is designed to meet, not only the physical needs of the child, but also to provide everything else they require to grow up healthy and whole with purpose and meaning. We help to place these unprivileged children in homes where their physical needs of clothing, food and shelter are met. We purposefully create a family setting so that they learn love and respect as they live with their mother and siblings. This allow them to grow up knowing a healthy, functional life. We help every child have their own bed and space to manage their belongings thereby building a sense of ownership and responsibility. Being a sports core organization, we help our children develop their talents in sports and other areas thereby helping them to explore and discover their natural gifts and skills alongside providing platform for them to live a better future.

Statistics on National sports academy extra

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2011: $33,478
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $33,478
  • Other funding sources: 70% Individuals, 25% Donor, 5% Other
  • Religious Affiliation: Christian, but no descrimination