Uganda

Uganda has a history of conflict and violence with thousands killed under the rule of Idi Amin and attacks by the rebel group known as the Lord’s Resistance Army.

Bright Hope partners with the local, in-country church to bring Hope to communities in Uganda. By empowering the extreme poor through programs for orphan care, maternal healthcare, school feeding, microenterprise, church resourcing and leadership development, Bright Hope is moving these communities towards self-sustainability

In Uganda, Bright Hope and our Allies are currently doing this amazing work:

184

Churches supported

128

Pastors supported

1,213

Received medical care

1,079

Received animals

15,383

Have clean water

1,490

Microfinance recipients

58,790

Lives impacted

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While Uganda has made an effort to reduce the prevalence of HIV/AIDS, it continues to be a serious issue and many children have been orphaned due to this disease. These issues have hindered progress and development in Uganda, and many people in Uganda continue to experience extreme poverty. 

25.2%

of the population does not have access to clean water.

2.7 million

of the children in Uganda are orphans; about 1,000,000 of those children are orphaned due to HIV/AIDS.

38%

of the population lives below the international poverty line of $2 a day.

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Stories of Hope and Transformation

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Sustainable Farming in Uganda

Bright Hope empowers families by supporting sustainable farming in Uganda. As the morning sun rose, Michael and his brother picked one corn cob after another. They rejoice in another bountiful…
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Building a Home for the Future

Building a Home in Uganda As she reclined on her woven mat, a satisfied smile spread across Jessica’s face. With their newly built home in the background, her despair had…
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Exhausted Ugandan Pastors Receive Encouragement

You could visibly see the stress on their faces as they arrived. Some had lost their children. Others have faced financial struggles. Still others endured relationship and familial strife. More…
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