About us

INTRODUCTION

Native Vulnerable Children Masaka is a non-governmental organisation based in Masaka, East Africa. It was started in 2013 by KATUMBA FREDRICK with the love of supporting the vulnerable with basic needs like food, water, shelter, education. Native has a mission to provide love, care and hope to less privileged with education to children in Masaka who were affected by AIDS, in this leading to many families to be orphans with no food, no education, no home, no hope, no love. We cater for over 30 children and 15 elders, the children are 3-15 years and the elders are from 70-100 years. We hope to share the basic needs with children to have good education.

Native children are always confronted with immense psychological and social problems, as they grow older and they are also vulnerable to maltreatment, economical, sexual exploitation due to no protection. HIV/AIDS has also increased; high poverty levels have aggravated the situation of the vulnerable in Uganda. In most areas of the country most vulnerable are actually malnourished in a country whose economy is largely driven by agriculture, orphans; suffer stigma, stress and trauma in addition to the loss of parental love, and care.

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YEARS OF CARE

 

Through our values Community, Respect, Integrity, Service, Teamwork, Empowerment, and Excellence we have identified over time as the key factors in the long term success of the Native Vulnerable Children Masaka and are not high-minded theory saved for discussions at staff meetings and retreats. We are a cohesive unit setting aside our personal agendas and working toward our shared mission.  We are committed to creating synergy by encouraging each other and working collaboratively for love of children and elders.

Our Mission

To have an educated society and extend other humanitarian help to people

Our Values

Community, Respect, Integrity, Service, Teamwork, Empowerment, and Excellence.

Our Vision

To bring an impact in our Community through Education, Helping the needy, Health and Counseling.

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