Charity organization empowering vulnerable women and children in Uganda
Milele Foundation Uganda strives to support Uganda’s most vulnerable populations; Orphans, disabled children of Uganda, schools that have needs, vulnerable women, and our acts lead to great community empowerment of the most vulnerable local Ugandans that need help
We aim to empower people and create lasting changes that will leave communities better prepared to care for themselves and care for future generations
Lifeline to hope
Our Programs and Value
‘Milele’ means Forever in Swahili. We are the Forever Foundation because our programs are aimed at improving the lives of our beneficiaries forever.
Most importantly, we want to share the life-changing message of Christ that brings everlasting hope to the people of Uganda.
What is the reason behind our work?
To help create safer schools so children can attend school and learn without worry for their health or safety
To provide practical workshops that can give people a safe space to explore their faith and ask questions about Christianity
To identify children who’s lives could be dramatically improved by surgery and other health care
To teach women practical skills that will allow them to better provide for their families
Ensuring Every Child's Right to Education
The Milele Foundation Uganda consistently maintains its commitment to aiding underprivileged children in Uganda who lack access to education.
As a charity organization based in Uganda, we firmly believe that education stands as the pivotal factor distinguishing between a life of opportunity and a life of struggle. In Uganda, the absence of education for vulnerable children directly correlates with a rise in criminal incidents, heightened rates of HIV/AIDS, escalated poverty, and increased mortality
Empowering Vulnerable Women in Uganda
For the past years, the message to empower women has been spreading as fast as wildfire. Empowering women in Uganda, is the language that everybody is saying, however, the question remains “Who is responsible for putting the message into practice?
Milele Foundation Uganda has embraced a transformative approach to encourage women to become agents of change in their communities. The foundation’s philosophy is grounded in the idea that monumental achievements begin with small steps. According to their belief, the journey of empowering women becomes more achievable when these women are equipped to empower the very communities they are a part of