After two years of COVID-related school closures, it is estimated that more than a third of Ugandan youth may not return to their classrooms, particularly those from poor, rural communities. Of this “Lost Generation”, adolescent girls are especially vulnerable, many of whom were exploited and became pregnant during the pandemic.

Our projects in Uganda span the country from the fertile eastern plateau to the western mountain ranges. We are working together with our community partner organizations to address issues such as teenage pregnancy, post-pandemic school abandonment, child labor and exploitation, and food insecurity.

For more information about our partners and projects, follow the links below.

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