A 501(c)(3) Foundation
American Friends of Northern Uganda was founded in 2003 with the objective of helping poor and less privileged people in the village of Adwila in Northern Uganda. Since that time we have facilitated donations of livestock, food, medical care, school tuition for children, and built a well to serve the people of the community. Read our About Us page to learn more about who we are and why we do what we do.
American Friends of Northern Uganda is helping less fortunate people by providing livestock, creating access to clean water, distributing mosquito nets for malaria prevention, sponsoring education for orphans and underprivileged children, and providing emergency food and medical care financial assistance for persons and families in need. For as little as US $4, you can make a real difference in someone's life by providing a them with a chicken that can function as a small but perpetual source of eggs and food. For about US $15,000, you can change the lives of a whole community with a well for fresh drinking water and improved sanitation facilities. And there are lots of ways to help in between. To learn more about how you can donate and make a real difference to people and families elsewhere, jump over to our page on How You Can Help.
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