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Inspire

Wamu  is being a role models for the young people who lost their hope, , teenage mothers, orphans {vulnerable people} and they are doing so in order to challenge the associated social stigma through showing compassion, love, care and support. This will in return inspire action by community activists and policy makers improve lives, impact

Educate

 

Community

In the slums of Africa, children live with the harsh realities of extreme poverty every day. Some who are a little often live with one parent who struggles constantly to find one meal a day and money for school fees, their homes are small shacks nestled tightly together with no running water, electricity or sanitation

Child Education

The Child Sponsorship program provides a long-term opportunity to make a difference in the life of an African child who otherwise might not have the chance to receive a quality education. The program’s current focus is in Uganda, where you can decide to sponsor a needy boy or girl in an age category of your

Health Education

Uganda’s burden of disease is dominated by communicable diseases, which account for over 50% of illness and death. Malaria, HIV/AIDS, TB and respiratory diseases, diarrhea, epidemic-prone and vaccine-preventable diseases is the leading causes of illness and death. There is also a growing burden of non-communicable diseases. A combined team of medical professionals, skillful coordinators, and

Career Guidance

Wamu strongly believes that guiding children, youth makes them better people in future. The community people more so the youth may be in the process of choosing a stream or a career, deciding whether or not they should change careers, many who are hopeless and feel they can not amount to anything. This program gives

Disability and Hand Capped

Men and women with disabilities have faced segregation yet they also want to be productive members in their societies. Being disabled shouldn’t be perceived or branded as shameful and as a disgrace. Study of the population statistics in Uganda shows that there is an increase in the rate of disability. It shows that one out