Our Mission To enable sustainable development for, and led by, the local community of Kisaabwa, Uganda.
Aims Hands Up for Uganda supports community development in Kisaabwa, South East Uganda, in the District of Bukomansimbi (formerly part of Masaka before local government reorganization). Support is given to assist agricultural improvements, job creation and business development, education, finance and the provision of health care. 'Hands up for Uganda' aims to enable the community to become self-sustaining, built on the creation of mutual trust and respect. (the full Charitable Objects are below).
'Hands up for Uganda' Charitable Objects
1.“The prevention or relief of poverty in Uganda by providing or assisting in the provision of education, training, healthcare projects and all the necessary support to enable individuals to generate a sustainable income and be self-sufficient.”
2. “The promotion for the public benefit of urban or rural regeneration in areas of social and economic deprivation in Uganda by all or any of the following means: (a) The relief of poverty in such ways as may be thought fit; (b) The relief of unemployment in such ways as may be thought fit, including assistance to find employment; (c) The advancement of education, training or retraining, particularly amongst unemployed people, and providing unemployed people with work experience; (d) The provision of financial assistance, technical assistance, or business advice or consultancy in order to provide training employment opportunities for unemployed people in cases of financial or other charitable need; (e) The creation of training and employment opportunities by the provision of workspace, buildings and/or land for use on favourable terms; (f) The maintenance, improvement or provision of public amenities; (g) The promotion of better methods of agriculture and management of natural resources. (h) The provision of public health facilities and childcare; and (i) Such other means as may from time to time be determined subject to the prior consent of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales.”