Children
 Uganda
Project #7631

FEED AND EDUCATE 600 ORPHANS IN UGANDA FOR 1 YR

by ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND HIV/AIDS PREVENTION ORGANISATION (EDAPO)
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Summary

Community-based education programs, services to children with HIV/AIDS and orphans.The project will enable the Organization to provide food, medical care and school tuition to 600 orphans for a Year.
$6,746
total raised
94
donors
0
monthly donors
5
years active

Challenge

The local community is already burdened with supporting a troubled population. The Wakiso District of Kampala has one of the highest numbers of HIV/AIDS infected individuals, orphans and vulnerable children. School drop outs, early marriages and unwanted pregnancies, Many community members struggle to survive on one meal a day and make ends meet with less than $1 a day.

Solution

Activities will include HIV / AIDS prevention and care activities, subsistence education and care for orphans and vulnerable children. It give Our organization the ample time to raise more funds for permanent sustainability without stress.

Long-Term Impact

The project will establish a solid foundation for the upcoming months, EDAPO will work to build a sustainable future for its programs through school fees from those able to provide them, and expansion of its fund raising activities.

Organization Information

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND HIV/AIDS PREVENTION ORGANISATION (EDAPO)

Location: Kampala, Uganda East Africa - Uganda
Project Leader:
MARK MUGABE
Wakiso, Uganda

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