Projects we support in Uganda

  • Read Victims of Violence and Famine in East Africa Appeal Launched

    Victims of Violence and Famine in East Africa Appeal Launched

    Archbishop Glenn Davies has been joined by the three former Archbishops of Sydney in calling for Sydney Anglicans and their friends to support the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Uganda and Northern Kenya where people are now dying. Their letter begins "We, the current and former Archbishops of Sydney, are jointly calling for your help to respond to two major humanitarian crises unfolding in parts of East Africa." Read more by clicking the headline above

  • Read AmFuture

    AmFuture

    AmFuture is short for "I am the Future", a name that inspires hope among the young people of Uganda in a country struggling with the highest youth unemployment in Africa. AmFuture provides support and opportunities for young people to gain employment and change their future.

  • Read Sustainable Livelihoods (Kitgum)

    Sustainable Livelihoods (Kitgum)

    You won't read about the massacres that took place in the Kitgum region under Joseph Kony, who controlled the area for many years before fleeing Uganda for Central African Republic, but the ghosts of Kony live on. The area has been destroyed and the infrastructure needs to be rebuilt. People need to learn how to provide for themselves again.

  • Read Theological Scholarships (UCU)

    Theological Scholarships (UCU)

    Anglican Aid and the Ugandan Christian University (UCU) have partnered to recruit and train the next generation of gospel ministers in Uganda.

  • Read Sustainable Livelihoods (Bugayi Parish)

    Sustainable Livelihoods (Bugayi Parish)

    Despite the fact that Uganda’s Bugayi district has rich, fertile soils and relatively reliable annual rainfall, only 42 per cent of the population receive one or more balanced meals per day.