Aims

The Charity's aims are the relief of poverty, the advancement of education, the relief of sickness, the advancement of religion and the promotion of sustainable development in the area of Mityana (Kibogo & Mubende) Uganda. Sustainable development means "development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.".

  1. The advancement of education, by
    • sponsoring education for people under the age of 25
    • sponsoring vocational training and enterprise education for people under the age of 25 ( in particular, for girls, to become economically independent)
    • funding school building projects
    • providing educational facilities (including those for children with special needs)
    • provision of opportunities for girls to become economically independent

  2. The improvement in standards of healthcare, by
    • funding health clinics
    • assisting in the provision of medical facilities
    • assisting in the provision of medical programmes which improve healthcare for HIV/AIDS sufferers and the care of elderly
    • funding training for health worker
    • providing humanitarian assistance in prisons

  3. The support of local church communities, by
    • sponsoring clergy
    • providing assistance for church projects and mission
    • providing resources and training

  4. The development of sustainable development, by
    • providing farming equipment (including crops and livestock)
    • providing agricultural training
    • providing grants to start self sustaining projects and promote their development

  5. The provision of clean drinking water, by
    • providing water bore holes in particularly dry areas
    • providing rainwater collection systems for schools, clinics and prison
    • providing latrines and toilets where these are most needed

  6. The provision of help to those in prison, by
    • providing blankets and bedding
    • providing legal services to help those who have none