Known as “The Pearl of Africa,” Uganda is home to beautiful Lake Victoria and just under 40 million people. Twenty years of conflict with the Lord’s Resistance Army and a decades-long battle with AIDS have left the country struggling, contributing to its ranking as number 163 out of 188 on the Human Development Index. In addition, the country has a high undernourishment and child mortality rate.
preventing tomorrow’s orphans in Uganda by…
pastoral and laymen training
Through Truth Centered Transformation training, over 100 pastors are being equipped to lead their communities out of poverty. Children’s directors are being taught by Lulu staff how to love the kids in their congregations. To learn more, please go here.
In partnership with local churches, hundreds of mama kits and reusable pads (both sewn and packaged by our mamas in Uganda) have been distributed in an effort to both save newborns and redeem the lives of teen girls, as well as to share the Gospel message. For more info on Lulu outreaches, please go here.
teen mama school
The Lulu Tree is housing, educating, and reconciling teen mothers who’ve been kicked out of school due to getting pregnant. To learn more, please go here.