In rural Uganda and refugee settle camps, 28% of girls do not go to school when they get their period, which means they will miss around 20% of the school year. This because these girls do not have the access to proper sanitary products or hygienic toilets. Consequently, they do not get the most out of the education provided. Our goal for this campaign is to end period poverty in Uganda by using your donations to provide safe,hygenic toilets and sanitary products to those who can’t access them.
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The Ganda Foundation’s Empowered and Sustainable Communities Programme (ESC) in Uganda is starting a Pilot Project in the Buikwe District. The ESC Programme has been carefully positioned by the Ganda Foundation as a People’s Programme as this will be critical to its sustained success. The Programme has strong support and sponsorship at Ministerial, Parliamentary, Kingdom […]
The concert raised £10,000 for both the Queen’s NDF Charity (for pre-natal and post natal care for mothers in rural Uganda) and the Ganda Foundation. The event was a substantial success in all ways. In the run-up to the concert, the media was full of Ganda Boys interviews, TV appearances, radio shows and interviews […]
Kawolo Hospital, 40 km outside Kampala, the capital of Uganda, has been one of the first places to capture the Ganda Foundation’s attention. This busy hospital was built in 1967, commissioned by former president Milton Obote. However, there has been no renewal of facilities, equipment or materials since that time! The hospital is located on […]
The Ganda Foundation has recently focussed on programmes to aid Lugazi Community Primary School, as part of wider aim to promote programmes for economic and social regeneration and self esteem to communities traumatised by armed conflict, malaria and displacement. The Foundation is working with Lugazi Community Primary School for urgent supplies of education materials, including […]
This is Denis, a young boy who suffers from a severe cancer, manifesting as a badly swollen lymphoma (lymph gland cancer). Since December 2010, he has been resident at the Childrens’ Cancer Institute in Kampala, Uganda. His father, a single parent, can’t afford the costs for his needed course of treatment, nor to even feed […]