Thematic Area

Education Program

LEAD Program (Leadership, Education, Access and Discovery)

Accreditations

thematic areas

We just love our work and plant nature, so we provide a high-quality products

Education

LEAD Program (Leadership, Education, Access and Discovery).

Livelihood

Our Strife to Improve the Well-being of Our Community at Large.

Health

Our fight against malaria among youth children and mothers.

KCDC

​A  vibrant indigenous grassroots organization that has been in operation since 2010.

Our local impact between 2016 and 2023

The Effect We Create

2,386

Secondary School girls mentored in life skills

4,200

Parents engaged in the learning of children

13,000

Children aged 6-12 years reached with FLN

439

Community members accessed business training.

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Play a Role

​Donate to Help 150 rural Uganda women with employment skills

​This project will assist 30+ Ugandan women to start up and run the Karacel Bakery & Training Center in Northern Uganda. Karacel Bakery & Training Center is a women-owned and operated business that was founded to give young women the opportunity for meaningful employment, personal growth, and professional development. It also benefits the local community by offering business training and access to nutritious breads made with soya flour that are high in protein and otherwise unavailable on the market.

All Donations are routed through Global Giving and are assured of direct impact.

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Our Team

Gregory Ripke

PEACE CORPS Volunteer

Patrick Ocen

PROGRAM COORDINATOR CBO STRENGTHENING

Emmy Zoomlamai Okello

eXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Testimonials

Stories of Change

Eunice Adong from Orib cing group borrowed a loan amounting to Uganda shillings 500,000 which she used to boost her fruit selling business at Loro town Council.

Eunice Adong

Doreen Adye borrowed 500,000 to boost her Tailoring business which is training 4 youths; all school dropouts

Doreen Adye

Teddy Akao borrowed Uganda Shillings 700,000 from the group and used to purchase beans which she sells in the nearby markets. She says she earns Uganda shillings 50,000 weekly.

Teddy Akao

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