The Ganda Foundation is a UK-based charity
(UK Charitable Registration Number: 1158040) created in 2009 by the award-winning and internationally recognized Afro-fusion music group the Ganda Boys.
The mission of the Foundation is to raise awareness about the dire conditions in hospitals, schools and refugee asylums in Uganda, where displaced migrants from the surrounding war-torn countries of Sudan and the DRC have been welcomed with open arms.
While Uganda has been a safe haven for thousands of people, the country struggles to provide basic standards of healthcare and education to this growing population.
The Ganda Foundation uses money raised through events, album and ticket sales at Ganda Boys concerts and by direct donations to its website to provide sustainable assistance directly where it is needed, empowering communities and bringing messages of peace and hope from around the world.
Women Empowerment and Poverty Alleviation
Ajdumani Refugee Camp