• #Located at Mutungo Biina Road - Kampala Uganda
  • (256) 757-825-042
  • info@testimonyafrica.org Or gilbertolinga01@gmail.com

About Us

Testimony Africa is a children and women centered charity organization with its focus on

dignifying humanity, human development and advocacy  on children and women rights,

Opportunity for a better livelihood and restoring back hope by protecting the vulnerable children from abuse and empowering mothers through practical hands on skills education.

In our aspiration to dignify humanity, we ensure protection of vulnerable children from abuse and torture as well as empowering disadvantaged vulnerable mothers and provision of opportunities for vulnerable communities in Africa to thrive through skills transfer with a keen focus on our mission of Protection, Preparation and giving children opportunities.

we offer more than just practical support – we restore hope and dignify humanity.

With the support from our partners, donors and friends, we make a difference in the lives of children, mothers and civil war displaced communities today, tomorrow, and into their future across Africa.

Our values & Guiding Principles

Commitment to dignifying humanity and community Service Delivery

Equity & Fairness

Peace & Tolerance

Participation & Inclusion

Transparency & Accountability

Non-Discrimination

Sharing & Openness

MISSION

To work for the development & empowerment of socio-economically disadvantaged vulnerable community Children, Mothers  and a solution to poverty-linked issues.

VISION

We envisions a poverty-a free, secure and safe, empowered & democratic  society for Children and Women; guided by the values of equity, accountability, inclusion and respect.

Core Programs Strategic Focus Areas

Livelihoods & Food Security

Hands on life skills Education and Training

Gender Equality, Early Child Development and Educational Support

Water, Sanitation and Physical Infrastructure

Children, Youth and Civil war victims

Health, HIV & AIDS Education

Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Change

Structural Violence