IMBIITSAI Ministry Uganda serves underprivileged communities in Uganda. Our programs reach youth, women, children, elderly, and those working to save and improve their lives, including parents, caregivers, community members and members of our partner organizations. We help save lives of underprivileged communities, protect them from exploitation and assist them in accessing education, health care, and improve on their economic welfare.
Education is vital to lasting positive change in children’s lives. Yet for thousands of children and youth in slums a quality education is beyond reach. Many other kids are not prepared when they start school and drop out in the early grades. IMBIITSAI Ministry Uganda reaches the Uganda’s most marginalized children, those who urgently need a better foundation for learning in Uganda.
IMBIITSAI Ministry Uganda’s education programs reach children at risk girls, ethnic minorities, and children affected by urban poverty, kidney disease, and conflict from early childhood through young adulthood. We focus on communities in greatest need, design programs that make it easy to participate, even for children who work or have missed years of schooling, prepare toddlers for school, and make the lessons meaningful to children’s lives and local culture. What’s more, we are meeting the needs of children with disabilities who might otherwise never be able to go to school.
Scholarship: Girls and boys enrolled in education programs supported by IMBIITSAI Ministry Uganda receive a quality education through outreach, teacher training, books, fees, food, and other learning materials. Time and again children in these programs score better on standardized tests than children enrolled in government schools.
Health and Nutrition
IMBIITSAI Ministry Uganda works to ensure that elderly, children, their mothers and other caregivers I slums have access to and use key health and nutrition services, and adopt healthy behaviors, in both development and emergency situations, we use evidence-based interventions to address the major causes of illness, death and malnutrition, and continue to develop innovative strategies to deliver these services most effectively to as many people as possible, especially in resource-poor and emergency situations. Global and national advocacy and partnership with IMBIITSAI Ministry are key to informing and influencing policies and programs, and for increasing funding to serve more children. We focus our efforts on maternal and newborn health and nutrition, child health and nutrition, elderly health and nutrition adolescent health, school health and nutrition, emergency health and nutrition and HIV/AIDS.
IMBIITSAI Ministry Uganda gives support to family members whose household heads are in jail. We give food, shelter, medication and schools fees to family members whose parents are jailed. IMBIITSAI Ministry Uganda also promotes skills development among people from prison so that they can able to earning a living through work.