We care for Nodding Syndrome victims and provide clothing and shelter. Through partnerships, we will fund research into understanding the nature and causes of Nodding Syndrome among children.
Ability to read and write is vital for any community. We maintain and improve primary schools attendance and participation by provision of lunches and sports equipment. We also pay school fees for children who are unable to attend schools.
Orphans and Widows
It is everyone's responsibility to look after the orphans and widows. We care for orphans and widows through provision of school fees for education, clothes, food and counseling.
Disability can happen to anyone but we must support those with a disability. They are functional members of the community. We support families of children with Nodding syndrome, River blindness through financial assistance and counseling and linking them to mainstream services, which are paid by Acholi Resilience. We also prescribe disability equipment to children and adult requiring equipment to perform ADLs.
We provide financial assistance to small businesses and farmers for setup and maintenance.
We dig and repair boreholes, which are broken down. Previous aid organisations dug thousands of boreholes in Acholi communities to provide clean drinking water. These boreholes are now broken down without repair.
It is everyone responsibility to look after the orphans and widows especially for HIV/AIDS, which is highly stigmatized and stereotyped. We care for orphans and widows through provision of school fees for education, clothes, food and counseling.
Through the government of Uganda, we perform health checks and provide treatment for the following medical conditions: HIV/AIDS, Orthopedics, Ophthalmic, Malaria, Kwashiorkor and further research into Nodding Syndrome.
It is a blessing to live to old age with good quality of life. We directly look after the elderly in the community through provision of food, human support, health screening and ongoing medication as advised by the doctors.