What we do

We support children and youth to reach their full potential!

We run shelter homes, schools and a reasonable mess that helps such needy young people. We also have our helpline offices that can be approached at any time.

Empowering Formerly Incarcerated Individuals in Uganda through Entrepreneurship and Business Plan Training

In Uganda, formerly incarcerated individuals face significant challenges when reintegrating into society. Their criminal record often stigmatizes them, making it difficult to secure stable employment and rebuild their lives. However, entrepreneurship and business plan training present a transformative opportunity for these individuals to break free from the cycle of incarceration, empowering them to become self-reliant and productive members of society. This article highlights the key benefits of entrepreneurship and business plan training for the formerly incarcerated in Uganda, emphasizing the potential positive impact on their lives and communities.
  1. Unlocking Economic Independence: Entrepreneurship and business plan training offer formerly incarcerated individuals a chance to develop their unique business ideas and ventures. By learning crucial skills such as market research, financial management, and marketing strategies, they can establish sustainable businesses that provide income, allowing them to achieve economic independence. This newfound self-reliance not only boosts their self-esteem but also reduces the likelihood of falling back into criminal activities due to financial struggles.
  2. Fostering Resilience and Determination: The journey of entrepreneurship is filled with challenges and setbacks. By engaging in business plan training, formerly incarcerated individuals learn to persevere through adversity, build resilience, and develop a strong determination to succeed. This newfound mental fortitude extends beyond business ventures, enabling them to tackle other life obstacles effectively.
  3. Creating Positive Role Models: As formerly incarcerated individuals embark on their entrepreneurial journeys, they become inspiring role models within their communities. Their success stories can motivate and encourage others, including at-risk youth and those who might be on the brink of criminal activities. By showcasing the possibilities of redemption and transformation, they contribute to a safer and more prosperous society.
  4. Reducing Recidivism Entrepreneurship and business plan training have shown promising potential in reducing recidivism rates. When individuals have viable employment options and avenues for self-improvement, they are less likely to return to a life of crime. This training equips them with the skills and mindset needed to stay away from illegal activities, reducing the burden on the criminal justice system and promoting a safer environment for all.
  5. Fostering Community Development: The success of formerly incarcerated entrepreneurs can have a ripple effect on the surrounding communities. As their businesses thrive, they create job opportunities for others and contribute to local economic growth. This spurs community development, leads to improved living conditions, and enhances the overall well-being of society.
  6. Building Entrepreneurial Networks: Entrepreneurship training programs provide a platform for formerly incarcerated individuals to build valuable networks. By connecting with mentors, fellow entrepreneurs, and industry experts, they gain access to advice, support, and potential partnerships. These networks open doors to further business opportunities and continued personal growth.

Entrepreneurship and business plan training will offer a transformative path to empowerment the formerly incarcerated individuals in Uganda. By providing economic independence, fostering resilience, and reducing recidivism, these programs play a vital role in their reintegration into society. Moreover, their successes inspire and uplift others in their communities, contributing to broader societal growth and development. Implementing and supporting such initiatives can lead to a more inclusive and prosperous future for all Ugandans.

We Find & Fund

We are in search of opportunities to help as many youths as possible. We approach and fund all those who are in need.

We Educate

we sponcer several disadvantaged children with school fees.

We Provide Care

We provide necessities to children.

We Consult

We consult with other non-governmental, charity  organizations.

We Build Schools

We run organizations where we employ youngsters so they can live their dreams for themselves and their families.

We Strengthen

We believe that education, and care gives people an inner strength to live a better life.

What we care for

New life for children, in a new land

A new future for exploited children

Children and youngsters who are exploited in their early days need a helping hand and support for their mental health. We take them out of this zone to give them a better life.

Bringing dreams within reach for children

The underprivileged children do not have access to required financial help and resources needed to live the life of their dreams. We help them with everything they’ll need to live their dreams.