The Uganda Foundation
Apartment 35, Honduras Wharf, 14 Summer Lane, Birmingham, B19 3SA, United Kingdom
Registration number 1176019
The object of the CIO is: the prevention or relief of poverty in Uganda by providing: grants, items and services to local charities, projects or other organizations working to prevent or relieve poverty in a sustainable way within the country. The Ug...See more
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The students are hard at work in different classes. The laptops they are using in Picture One have been donated over the years by people like you who were generous enough to send them over. Thank you for your continued support you are giving them. ...See more
"It is more blessed to give than to receive." Thank you for your continued support of the children at St. Josephs school.
And they are back!! The students are back at school and last week were lucky enough to be coached by Mark, a coach and member of Uganda Marathon. The students have learned lots of new things with his instructions and it is a step forward in their dre...See more
Who is happy to be back at school?! The pupils have returned to their nursery. They welcome all their guests with lots of smiles and energy. Thank you for continuing to help them.
The children are back at school! Classes begun on Monday and pupil numbers are currently at half the expected number. Teachers and other staff send their best wishes to all their friends around the world who are helping to improve the conditions of ...See more
EXCITED!! The 2019 Foundation projects are here! Here they are; 1) Scope 2) Ideal Women 3) House of Love & Hope 4) St Jude Primary School 5) Kyabakuza Support The Elderly Person 6) Kakunyu Parents Support Association 7) JOMAIN Midland Academy 8) Ss...See more
Happy New Year!! All of us at the school, organisation and community wish your kindness is rewarded this year as you continue to help us. The pupils are still on holiday but here are some photos taken last term at their Key Hole garden before plantin...See more
Happy New Year!! All of us at the school, organisation and community wish your kindness is rewarded this year as you continue to help us. The pupils are still on holiday but here are some photos taken last term.
A big thank you to Robert and Pierce of Oxford International for their contribution to feeding the pupils of St Joseph's. Their holidays have begun but here are some of the scenes that took place when 2018's Uganda Marathon volunteers visited the sc...See more
A big thank you to Fahra and Helen of Oxford International for being the first responders to the Suubi School call! The students are on holiday now but here are some of the scenes that took place with the 2018 Uganda Marathon volunteers who came in ...See more
Meet Moreen. A thirteen year old beneficiary of the copier her school desperately needs. She delivers this message to the kind people of Oxford International.
John is a 4 year old beneficiary of the water well his school is in need of. He delivers this message for the kind people at Oxford International.
The Pupils of St Josephs with an egg plant they planted infront of their class to supplement their diet. They are waiting to acquire a chicken coup that will greatly improve school meals. Much appreciation to Pierce of Oxford International for being...See more
The teachers and their pupils are excited to hear that the first donations have been sent through. A big thank you goes to Pierce and Paula of Oxford International for being the first to respond to their call!
Pupils of St. Anthony Childcare playing. Their teachers are happy in the knowledge Oxford International is fundraising for them to acquire a fresh water well.
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