Wama Children of Uganda is an independent, indigenous non-governmental organization which was started in 2008 by pastor Steven Hynes Kakuma to address the growing needs of orphans and widows due to the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Though started as a community based organization, Wama Children of Uganda will soon be upgraded to a non governmental organization to better handle the anticipated future characterized by abject poverty and the unending spread of HIV/AIDS.
Wama children of Uganda has been a fully independent CBO/FBO since 2008 with the headquarters in Bugiri Town, about 2 hour drive from the capital (Kampala) Uganda operating in all the subcounties of Bugiri district in the Eastern part of Uganda.
THE ORPHANAGE IS LOCATED IN BUGODO VILLAGE, KAPYANGA SUBCOUNTY, BUGIRI DISTRICT
2 HOURS DRIVE FROM KAMPALA CITY
Our Mission as Wama children of Uganda is to secure the life of Uganda children through education for orphans, empowerment for widows, education and prevention of HIV/AIDS, income generating activities, evangelism, and church in order to meet the physical, spiritual and emotional needs to orphans and widows facing welfare problems.
Our vision To ensure the well being of orphaned children and widows facing welfare problems, our aim is to reach all kinds of HIV/AIDS afflicted people in both rural and urban communities through various means.