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EDUCATION GIVES CHANCE TO CHILDREN FOR A BETTER FUTURE,



                                               Educating Children | Transforming Worlds,

TO EDUCATE, MEDICATE AND EMPOWER THE CURRENT GENERATION OF CHANGE AGENTS, WHOSE DREAMS AND ACTIONS TRANSFORM THE FUTURE FOR AFRICA AND THE WORLD,
                                                                             
                                                                                                   1 $ DOLLAR CAN FEED A CHILD     

 AUDACITY VOLUNTEERS UGANDA (Save Children) (AVUSC) is nonprofit organization rooted in exactly last 2 words, - Saving Children

    AUDACITY VOLUNTEERS UGANDA(Save Children)
(AVUSC) also known as Mother Care Foundation is a registered in Uganda,(REG No. 80020001227494) interested in improving and providing high quality education to orphans, children   from extreme poor families and children neglected of their right to education in Uganda.

     We are operating a kindergarten, elementary schools, All our schools support orphans and other vulnerable children with Almost 750 children. We are a community development solution to support our community children 


       Child  neglect occur in all sections of our society, but the risk factors are greater in  orphaned families, parents  having economic  challenges ,have difficulty controlling anger, alcohol or drugs abused ,have little to no education and were abused or neglected as children






ABOUT US:

       For more than 9 years, (AVUSC) projects have responded to the nation's education and health care needs. Today, we are a major provider of free education and medication for children, seniors and others coping with illness or injury. We offer a continuum of services that extends to the children, elderly and disabled people requiring long-term education and health support, including, homing children at our orphanage school, mothering orphaned children as well visioning for future.

      In our changing and developing society, a number of Orphan, Semi Orphan and Street Children are found. The problem of orphan / street children is acute due to urbanization and industrialization. Due to the deaths of HIV/AIDS affected parents, Re-marriage of deserted / widowed / divorce women, absence of love and security in the families, Family disputes, Unwanted pregnancy of Trafficking / Sexually exploited girls; these orphan and street children are left without care and support. These children are involved in rag picking; pick pocketing and participating in anti-social, crime activities.
        Therefore, we create awareness for the well development and provision of education to most of the Orphans and other helpless children per time we are able to provide, support and save the Children in Uganda.

OUR DIFFERENCE
Audacity Volunteers Uganda Save Children (AVUSC is currently focusing on a local community-based projects in Uganda. This AVUSC supports almost 750 of Uganda's most vulnerable children across three different facilities in Nansana Wakiso district, Namayumba, and Silimula Kiboga district. Most of these children have lost one or both parents to disease, poverty, or conflict, relying on this project to receive not only basic life necessities, but also education, training, care, and nurturing.
 Basing on our Mission, we are transparent, treasuring integrity and honesty, seeking life time -term impact on to the vulunerable people; we are a catalyst for transformation through child development and charity. We seek to create a life long-term impact through increasing access to free quality education and development for vulunerable children, support these dear vulunerable children from nursery level to university, till the children grow to Adults.


          OUR MISSION, is to Provide Education, Skills Programs, child life planning that are taking into account Education, Homing every Child, Healthcare, Incredible skilling, future visioning and child rights protection,

.Formal Education.                                                                                                
. Dual Education.                                                                    

. Skill education. 

 We are focusing on;
  • Providing; formal and dual education primary, secondary school to university.
  • Identify children denied of their education and health rights.
  • Enroll children in government and private schools.
  • Providing basic needs and home for every child.
  • Providing scholastic materials to neglected children.
  • Stop child employment in shops, factories, house girls or any employment sector.
  • Parental counseling, guiding and parent education.
  • Developing, promote, sustainable skills and transform children who can adjust and deal with the newly developments in this ever evolving world.
  • Get sponsors for these children.
  • Prevention of child abuse and neglect.
  • Incredible skilling and talents development (teach a child to fish).
  • Child protection and advocacy.
  • NOTE, Caring and homing the homeless children. 


                                                          Background  

     AUDACITY VOLUNTEER UGANDA(Save Children) (AVUSC) began in 2010 as an initiative to support children (orphans), neglected streetkids with HIV AIDS, refugees and people with disabilities in kabumbi village in the Wakiso and silimula kiboga district in Uganda.  The program is also known as Mother Care Foundation(MCF) due to the emphasis on involving people outside the agency in the work, began with 7 children orphaned in the Nansana Community, left alone with no support from an adult,  Seeing their suffering, a small community based organization was set up to by six community volunteers to help these children survive: Mr. Kigundu Stuart, Mr. Segawa Ephrime, Mr. Soona Josh, Mrs, Ssekiziyivu Beatrice, Mr. Mukazi Dan and Mr,JJagwe Patrick, Mr, Sali JOHN,Mr. Sekiziyivu Samuel.

     A MOTHER LEES Outreach was set up to provide education and needs to such children in the community. This school was named Nansana Community Primary School.  Supplies such as school uniforms, books, pencils and pens, as well as school fees were paid for by community volunteers.  As time went on, more and more children were left orphaned, as HIV/AIDS claimed countless lives in Uganda.  The need to provide care and support to orphans became greater and edible as the number of orphaned children grew by day, susceptible to social economic hardships, due to loss of parents, illness in the home, homelessness, displacement and often involuntary neglect. These conditions have contributed to vulnerability of children who lose out on care and protection, fail to access their basic child Rights including Food and Nutrition, healthcare, education, social protection ,clothing and bedding hence on streets and Out Casts as the need to survive at tender stage of range 2 to 14. Insecure environment, many children experience trauma and need psychological rehabilitation, NOTE, Everybody is responsible for the welfare of the world children..

      50% of the 350 children are currently educated as well as provided with a home and their basic needs.  They receive food, a home, education healthcare support and emotional support from their 'extended family'.  Some of our students attend their school in the schools around the community, colleges/Universities, either live with one or both parents in the community, or have been placed with guardians in the surrounding environs through the efforts of Mother Care Foundation/ Audacity volunteers Uganda Save children
(AVUSC)

      Beginning in 2010, friends from the England, Canada, United States, Asian and the African countries came as volunteers to the Center   to support the children with school Fees and others, work with the children, and help grow the organization.  At present, steady stream of international volunteers find their way to AVUSC and help care for, educate, and support the orphans and vulnerable boys and girls at the Center. NOTE these children a high working attitude, so they need supporters, helpers to lift with the burdens.

     The (AVUSC) program currently educates children from the Nursery level ,primary ,high school up to the university level with a near term goal of Buying Land for school, Hospital, Orphanage and high school construction, for the first level that’s Nursery and Primary  level in order to continue to provide a formal high quality education for their children plus dual education , to reduce the costs on fees and to create a skillful childhood .   An additional intention of an Orphanage   Center and a high school for the graduating Primary 7 students and other teenagers within the program's care continue their education university to the   and move that much closer to a promising, independent life.

     The project is located at, Nansana kabumbi Wakiso District in Uganda, and six miles outside of Kampala city on Hoima road. We invite your participation, involvement, and support in a variety of ways. Visit our 'Volunteering', 'Immediate Needs', 'Make a Donation ,Get to know what we do, Services Offered ,Sponsor a Child ‘and Visit the Project pages to learn more about your opportunities to support the children of AVUSC

    The organization is committed to sharing its knowledge and expertise with the world. It has developed links with national and international organizations and international volunteers in order to further its mission to provide a quality education and basic needs to the needy children.

   


We invite your participation, involvement, and support in a variety of ways.  Visit our project grounds 'Volunteering', 'Immediate Needs', 'Make a Donation', and 'Sponsor a Child' pages to learn more about your opportunities to support the children of AVUSC

Organizational Structure

The Center at present is a Nursery, Primary and secondary school, based on formal primary and secondary education and Christianity.  AVUSC is managed by a small, yet very active, board of directors, all who share a deep passion for the needs of our children at AVUSC

The Center is committed to sharing its knowledge and expertise with the people in the community. It has developed links with national and international organizations and international volunteers in order to further it's mission to provide a quality education and basic needs to the needy children in Central Uganda.

   Over the past 7 years, the organization has expanded from 7 children in one center to over 750 children in 3 centers in Wakiso and Kiboga district in Uganda. just in plan of setting up another school by 2019- 2025, A commitment is made to support each child by giving him or her strong educational foundation, a good time, self-esteem and values, and to help them plan how they can earn a steady livelihood as a step towards improving their standard of living

   The Center is an advocate for all children. It advises, recommends, and promotes for changes at many different levels to improve children's health and wellbeing.

    Funding and Sponsorship

    Funding for the Center comes from a number of sources. International volunteers from Canada, USA, UK and Hungary have spent time at the Center and have contributed their resources and time to AVUSC.  Modest contributions from guardians who are able to afford to do so is another source of funding for the Center.  AVUSC is actively seeking additional funding from corporations in Kampala, and is also exploring the avenue of foreign based foundation grants, with the help of our international volunteers.  

   Thanks to everyone who has helped us sponsor children from our Center.  If you would like to sponsor a child in our centers, now is a perfect time to do so.   Click on the 'Sponsor a Child' link to learn more.  If you would like to make a lump sum donation to AVUSC, please visit our 'Make a Donation' page and we have a number of easy and secure ways for you do so.'  By visiting our 'Immediate Needs' page, you will learn precisely what AVUSC projects require our focus right now, and you will have a very clear picture of how we will be using your donations.  Lastly, click on the 'Volunteering' link in the left margin of this page to find out more about what it means to be a volunteer at AVUSC.          


One Dollar a day gives a child at AVUSC the resources needed to get adequate care and an education

    Many children in Uganda have been orphaned as a result of the country’s HIV/AIDS epidemic and war and now as a result many orphans are  living alone or with one of their extended family; this means that in every family there is an orphan living with them.  Some of these children are living on the streets of Kampala and other towns with no access to education, health care, shelter and feeding. As a result, many find their way into crime.

   Over the past 7 years, the organization has expanded from 7 children in one center to almost 750 children in the centers in Wakiso and Kiboga district in Uganda. just in plan of setting up another school by 2019- 2020, A commitment is made to support each child by giving him or her strong educational foundation, a good time, self-esteem and values, and to help them plan how they can earn a steady livelihood as a step towards improving their standard of living


   The Center is an advocate for all children. It advises, recommends, and promotes for changes at many different levels to improve children's health and wellbeing.

Funding and Sponsorship

    Funding for the Center comes from a number of sources. International volunteers from Canada, USA, UK and Hungary have spent time at the Center and have contributed their resources and time to AVUSC.  Modest contributions from guardians who are able to afford to do so is another source of funding for the Center.  AVUSC is actively seeking additional funding from corporations in Kampala, and is also exploring the avenue of foreign based foundation grants, with the help of our international volunteers.  

          Thanks to everyone who has helped us sponsor children from our Center, schools,   
 If you would like to sponsor a child in our centers, now is a perfect time to do soGET to the sponsorship page  to learn more. 
         If you would like to make a lump sum donation to AVUSC, please visit our 'Make a Donation' page and we have a number of easy and secure ways for you do so.'  By visiting our 'Immediate Needs' page, you will learn precisely what AVUSC projects require our focus right now, and you will have a very clear picture of how we will be using your donations.  Lastly, click on the 'Volunteering' link in the left margin of this page to find out more about what it means to be a volunteer at AVUSC.          



One Dollar a day gives a child at AVUSC the resources needed to get adequate care and an education
   
  Many children in Uganda have been orphaned as a result of the country’s HIV/AIDS epidemic and war and now as a result many orphans are  living alone or with one of their extended family; this means that in every family there is an orphan living with them.  Some of these children are living on the streets of Kampala and other towns with no access to education, health care, shelter and feeding. As a result, many find their way into crime.

  That’s why initiatives like
AVUSC have been put into place, in order to assimilate these children into society and give the children future prospects. We are making a real difference in their lives.  


    We cannot ignore the plight of these children any more. It is time to accept our responsibility as a caring community and work to make a positive change in the lives of children ,


 That’s why initiatives like AVUSC have been put into place, in order to assimilate these children into society and give the children future prospects. We are making a real difference in their lives.  


   We cannot ignore the plight of these children any more. It is time to accept our responsibility as a caring community and work to make a positive change in the lives of children ,



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