We make the best for all our children
Yesu Anajali started in May 2010 as a community based organisation with a vision of transforming society physically and spiritually and Mission to create an environment where everyone is protected and cherished within strong families. Starting with widows and orphaned children. Through our five year program we empowered widows to sustain their families with success stories. While in Buduka we didn’t have a space later relocated to Luwero where we registered to work on a National level as a Non profit organization and now registered in United Kingdom
Why we exist
In Uganda, more than a third of all inhabitants live below the poverty line. Children are the primary victims of this deplorable economic situation. Their families cannot ensure their health or their well-being, particularly in remote regions of the country.
It is widely acknowledged that basic needs is the key to success in human development, yet very difficult to access, especially in developing countries like Uganda. Life-threatening impacts due to poverty in Uganda include; domestic violence, Child sacrifice, street children, shelter deprivation, malnutrition, access to education among others.
Yesu Anajali is a Christian organisation that seeks to fight poverty, rescue and shelter child victims of ritual sacrifice, domestic violence and empower children and communities with education, skills training and physical and spiritual support. Yesu Anajali is working to realise the day when every child has equal opportunity to a healthy and equitable society where they are loved, and access to education.
We carefully seek out those most in need of our care, support and time and provide shelter, Education, advocacy and community empowerment through Vocational training and entrepreneurship skills like farming, Beekeeping among others
Mama Harriet Napia
“I love the kids we serve and when love is the motivation, there is no things that can’t be achieved.”
Mzee Andrew Mukuye
“To be of benefit to all children who need the support of the greatest goal in my life.”