Ainembabazi exists to improve the quality of life and enhance educational opportunities for orphans and vulnerable children in Africa through the creation of self-reliant and sustainable communities.
Ainembabazi Children’s Project envisions the fulfillment of the community’s goals of:
improved access to health care
eradication of poverty
access to quality education
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Convention of the Rights of the Child
Education as a critical tool for the advancement of children, families, and communities
To operate as an organization that facilitates empowerment within children, families, and communities.
Respect for community voice and appreciation of cultural values.
Utilizing holistic, multidisciplinary approaches to development in order to embrace the multiple dimensions of poverty, health, and child development.
The power of public awareness and education in Canada as essential elements of responding to the crisis facing children in Africa.
Partnership and collaboration with existing organizations internationally and locally.
Addressing the local and global reality of poverty as integrally interlinked. ACP’s work is guided by the belief in collaborative projects linking local and global issues.
Authentic relationships with children, families, community and organizations between Canada and countries in Africa.
We align with the vision of the founders of Ainembabazi that started the work in Uganda.