You can assist a Ugandan child in desperate need that simply cannot afford to go to school. In addition, many children risk being pulled from school if they cannot pay school fees the following term. Help ensure that these children receive an education. We currently work in Uganda.
We work with communities, Civil Society Organizations, Private Sector and Government (County Governments and the National Government) to ensure better health for communities.
Lwv offers Advancement of education and training, Vocational skills training, arts, culture, heritage, sports, recreation
HIV / AIDS AWARENESS
LWV supports the most disadvantaged groups which include women, persons with Disabilities, persons living with HIV/ AIDS, in addition to the youth and elderly. .
Child Safeguarding against abuse and exploitations & Human trafficking prevention
LWV offer Equal opportunity for all and harassment reduction, empowerment for children Maintenance, regeneration and improvement of the vulnerable children and families.
LWV makes efforts to integrate community participation in the planning management, implementation and monitoring of programmes. The participation of community beneficiaries gives communities the ownership of the effective and sustainable programmes
LWV started as a small local Church youth group and grew into a competent development organization operating in Lango, Bukedi, Busoga and Central regions of Uganda.It was established by youth volunteers in 2007 in Lira district .we partners and collaborates with various stakeholders, ranging from grassroots community
LifeWorth Vision Emergency, Disaster, Relief Response and Recovery services aims to promote social justice, solidarity, Love and Care through timely emergency and recovery actions that address the needs of the most vulnerable groups particularly the children, women, PWDs and the Elderly
LifeWorth Vision-Uganda has a long-standing record of providing quality reproductive health services that include safe motherhood, family planning, HIV/AIDS, adolescent interventions and advocacy in Uganda.