Rescuing orphans and
raising them up to become
compassionate, capable
leaders in Uganda.

There are over 2.5 million orphans in Uganda.
Here’s what we’re doing about it.

Otino Waa
Children’s Village

Otino Waa Children’s Village began in 2003 as a mission to rescue 78 orphans who were being targeted by the LRA (Lord’s Resistance Army) to be abducted as child soldiers. Today, Otino Waa houses over 300 orphan children and has onsite medical and dental clinics, primary and secondary schools, vocation training centers, and a café that is open to the public. Children live in houses of 8 along with House Moms, who are widows from the community. Orphaned children as young as the age of 5 are accepted each year, as space allows, and are with us through graduation from secondary school. Many of our children qualify for scholarships and we continue to support them through higher education.

Otino Waa
Community-Based Care

Otino Waa Community Based Care started in 2018 to allow orphaned and vulnerable children to benefit from Otino Waa’s programs, while continuing to live in their home villages. Many of the children we aid with Community Based Care may have lost one parent, but still have a capable mother or father who can care for them. Community Based Care aims to elevate the family by providing some basic needs like food, medical care and education for the children. By helping to alleviate the pressure of simply surviving, the family can become more stable and the children can obtain a valuable education.

With Your Help

We’ve provided over 375 orphans with a safe, loving home, nutritious food, clean water, medical and dental care, and high quality education.

Once orphaned and abandoned,
our children are now changing the world for good.

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