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Welcome to Africa Initiative for the Needy (Uganda) Chapter
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Africa Initiative for the Needy Uganda (AINU)  is an NGO seeking  to help Marginalised groups that include the aged, youth, orphans and vulnerable children, women and individuals with Disabilities to Promote Sustainable development.
AINU operates in Kampala, Kyankwanzi, Kasese, Luwero, Kayunga, Kalangala, Mukono, Wakiso and Masaka Districts. Our head office is located in Kayunga District. 

Thanks for stopping by! We appreciate your interest in our work. AINU is an NGO  with a vision of empowering families in need to work towards sustainable Livelihood through implementation of Various Development Projects – An African prototype of an environmentally sustainable development projects in Uganda Supporting and Caring for women, Elderly, Youth and children living in the most neglected Rural areas of Uganda .  Humankind is vulnerable to natural disasters, extreme poverty, infectious disease and a host of other challenges. One in six people on the planet live on less than $1 a day.Read more

When you want your gifts to really matter, there's one gift you can always count on to save the day - it’s the gift you give to AINU. Please make a donation today.

"Creating a world that is truly fit for children does not imply simply the absence of war.It means having the confidence that our children would not die of measles or malaria. It means having access to clean water and proper sanitation. It means having primary schools nearby that educate children, free of charge. It means changing the world with children, ensuring their right to participate, and that their views are heard and considered. It means building a world fit for children, where every child can grow to adulthood in health, peace and dignity."


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