Northern Uganda covers an area approximately the size of West Virginia. For over 20 years, the region was ravaged by a brutal civil war. The area has been described by UNICEF as “the worst place to be a child.”
You Can Help the Children of Northern Uganda by Sponsoring their Future
We believe that education can empower the children of Africa and transform their Futures.
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Our work depends on your donations. When you donate to TCAF, you're making a personal investment in the life and future of an orphan, former child soldier, or other vulnerable child in Northern Uganda. Your support has a direct and lasting impact.
Brian OmiyaStudent ID # 1216 Support Me
Brian's name means in the Acholi language; 'Rwot omiya' as 'God has given me'. He is 6 years old, and lives with his single mother whom is 35 years old with six children. Brian wants to be a pilot when he grows up.
In a post-conflict region; ravaged by war, affected by HIV/AIDS and extreme poverty, TCAF's mission is to support northern Uganda's most disadvantaged and vulnerable children through the gift of an education.
Nearly a third of the Ugandan population (more than 10 million people) survive on less than a dollar a day.
The UN estimates that 1 million school-age children in Uganda are unable to attend school.
Over 20% of Ugandan primary school children are orphans.
I need to stop my contributions. What happens to my sponsored child?
We understand that there may be urgent reasons why you need to stop sponsoring a child. If you must stop your contribution, we will attempt to find a new donor to take over for your child. Anytime you wish to start contributing again, you are welcome to do so.
Do I need to be a member of a specific religion or belief system to sponsor a child through TCAF?
Today’s Children, Africa’s Future is a nondenominational organization. We welcome sponsors of all religions, ages, genders, and beliefs. The communities and children we sponsor, as well as the mentors we assign, are also of varying backgrounds and beliefs.
Where does my money go?
For a full explanation of how TCAF operates, visit our Financial Accountability page.