Project #4151

Keep 15 HIV Orphans from Rural Uganda in School

by Ngoma Aid Foundation
$223 Raised
total goal
monthly donors
This project will try to meet the challenges of rural poverty and the disadvantaged such as orphans and vulnerable children. Disadvantaged children in rural areas deserve a chance like other children.


Rural orphaned children, in most cases due to HIV/AIDS are some of the most disadvantaged children in rural Uganda. Rural girls, especially the orphans, are at the greatest risk given that even their own surviving relatives turn against them and abuse them. Protection, education, health care and a sense of belonging are some of the things that these children need. The beneficiaries are young HIV AIDS school going orphaned girls abd boys aged between 2years and 20 years.


This project will aim at keeping 15 Orphans and disadvantaged children in school for a year. The project will provide for their school fees and school requirements, provide a home and a maid to the children, and health care as and when it is needed

Long-Term Impact

To help rural HIV/AIDS orphans and disadvantaged/vulnerable children position themselves in the world for a better future. Emphasis will be put on the welfare of the girl child.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Organization Information

Ngoma Aid Foundation

Location: Kampala, NA - Uganda
Project Leader:
Andrew Martin Niwagaba
Executive Director
Kampala, Uganda

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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