Ainembabazi Children’s Project (ACP) Canada exists to build self-reliant, sustainable and empowered communities in East Africa. Through a holistic, multi-disciplinary and child-centred approach to development, we aim to support families and communities to uphold the rights of the child and meet the needs of orphans and vulnerable children, particularly those affected by the AIDS pandemic.
The organization supports activities in communities that focus on self-reliance, sustainability and empowerment. Support is provided to projects that advance any one or more of three identified priority areas of work. ACP Canada believes these priorities are fundamental to building healthy communities, schools and children that have the opportunity and capacity to succeed:
ACP Canada supports activities to foster entrepreneurship and employment opportunities that provide sustained income for communities and families.
ACP Canada supports activities that reduce the burden of illness through health education, promotion, sanitation and and access in Uganda.
Education and Life Skills
ACP Canada supports activities that improve the quality of education for children and youth of all ages within schools in Uganda as well as projects that promote life and vocational skills and youth leadership outside of the school system.