Did You Know?

Across Africa, Girls Still Face Huge Challenges With Getting A Quality Education With Over 9.5 Million Girls Within Sub-Saharan Africa Alone Unable To Acquire Formal Classroom Education.


We exist to create a world in which children are empowered, protected, and given opportunities to live to their fullest potential.


Edu Child Foundation Uganda is committed to tackling illiteracy, early marriage, and poverty affecting the underprivileged in Ugandan rural communities.


We are LIGHT - Loving | Involving | Generous | Honoring | and Transparent


Most of Edu Child Foundation Uganda's work is focused on the empowerment of the young underprivileged rural girls in the communities we serve in Nebbi District (Uganda).

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Our Impact

Learn more about the impact of our work in rural Nebbi district (Uganda)

Who We Are

Edu Child Foundation Uganda is a registered charitable organization based in Nebbi District (Uganda) with a strategic vision of creating a world in which children are empowered, protected, and given opportunities to live to their fullest potential. ECFUG was initially founded in 2014 as a Community-based Organization. However, in 2017, the nonprofit was fully incorporated with the Central Government (NGO Bureau) (Reg # INDR13499238NB) as a fully-fledged charitable organization. Our current program areas include 1] the provision of education sponsorship opportunities for orphans and vulnerable children, 2] promotion of STEM education in rural communities served in Uganda, 3] advocacy for girl child empowerment, 4] micro-enterprise development for vulnerable groups, 5] community health, among others.  We are committed to being builders of hope, touching the lives of those we serve with unconditional love while empowering them through education, character development training, and other practical initiatives to become people of significance in societies, who are self-reliant and are empowered to discover and do exploits with their unveiled potentials.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela

Foska K.

Foska is the first and only child in her family to have joined high school. Just like all her older sisters, Foska’s future was destined to be terminated by early marriage. Sponsoring Foska is empowering a girl to defy all odds.

Cynthia A.

Cynthia comes from a family greatly ravaged by extreme poverty. Her parents mainly rely on subsistence agriculture to feed the family. Cynthia needs a sponsor to secure her dream of becoming an English Teacher.

Jordan M

Jordan dreams of becoming a medical doctor one day. Jordan lost his dad in an accident at the age of 3. His dad was the main breadwinner at home. Sadly, becoming an orphan meant an end to his hope for education.