Please help us today
Our fundraising goes to support CALM Africa, a Ugandan NGO, who support children who are living in dire conditions, often without adult care, at high-risk of poor nutrition, malaria, HIV and other illnesses. Our aim is to give children hope for a healthier, happier future.
CALM Africa is featured in a BBC World Service podcast by Oritsé Williams called ‘Kids who Care’. Listen to James Sekiwanuka’s (Director of CALM Africa) interview with Oritsé Williams.
Our Core Projects
For many, school is not an option. CALM Africa’s child sponsorship scheme enables these children to attend school and live a better childhood with boarding facilities at the schools, where they have better food and shelter.
From family self-sufficiency kits, to foster care programmes, medical care and parental training, the Community Outreach programme spans a wide range of activities. Our fundraising not only helps provide necessities such as mosquito nets, cooking equipment and seeds to grow food, but extends so much more into improving family welfare.
Education is so important for a child’s future, yet to many children in these areas it is inaccessible. CALM Africa have founded and support 3 schools from nursery to secondary education. Maintaining these foundations and a high standard of teaching is fundamental to CALM Africa’s goals.
Find out more about how you could help a child today.
Making a difference each and every day.
Online donations are handled by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), please click on this the CFU CAF donation link to make a donation.
UK Registered Charity: Children First Uganda is registered with the UK Charity Commission and its number is 1130627. Click the link to view its entry on the GOV.UK web site.