Testimony Africa

Lets Build a World Where All Women Are Safe, Strong & Valued

Who We Are

TESTIMONY Africa is a non-profit, non-government organization working with the Marginalized  section of the society, especially rural women, vulnerable children, people with disabilities (PWDs) and civil war displaced communities.

Focusing on socioeconomic empowerment through capacity building for sustainable livelihood, increased agricultural production for household, acces to education, emergency relief, health care, and clean water through collaboration with local non-governmental and governmental partners in Africa, as well as the local communities involved in the projects. Emphasizing on understanding the root cause of vulnerability in Africa for the implementation of sustainable programs that have real impact in communities that are culturally-appropriate in design, while utilizing interdisciplinary long and short term volunteer teams which seek to support on ground efforts of Testinony Africa projects and its partners through an indepth planning, development, implementation and evaluation to ensure outcomes are achieved.

What We Do

Empowerment

At Testimony Africa, we believe that all women including those with or
without formal education to have the potential to learn and earn a livelihood.
We work to empower vulnerable women to become financially independent so that
women can create a better future for themselves, their families and
communities. We do this through practical skills transfer and entrepreneurship
training programs.
We work with women by empowering them to be self-reliant through our hands on life
skills and entrepreneurship training programs for a better quality livelihood
and job creation or gainfully be employed for a fair wage.

Leadership development

Through our women leadership and personal development programs, Testimony Africa provides women with a safe environment where they are able to heal, make friends, learn new skills and gain the confidence and knowledge needed to become catalysts of change and leaders in their communities. In most cases women are extremely vulnerable and still living in unsafe dangerous conditions with women being abused emotionally and physically being wounded by culture setting through our leadership programs, we’re preparing generations of women to be catalysts for change and leaders in their communities

Child Protection and Early childhood Development

Protecting the wellbeing of children by Strengthening, restoring hope in the life of children, parents and community members.  At Testimony Africa, together as women, we strive to improve the lives of children with better nutrition, shelter protection, health, education love and a future. Testimony Africa is giving disadvantaged/ vulnerable community children an opportunity to regain and have control of their lives and to realize their potential. Testimony Africa motel is designed to provide a holistic support to impact communities in the process 

Emergency social Relief

Testimony Africa has got a team of full time social workers who are trained to attend to women and children in crisis situations such as medical emergency, women facing domestic violence and abuse, protection issues and luck of basic needs like food, clothing and shelter

Counseling And Social Services

Testimony Africa has got a team of full time social workers who are trained to attend to women and children in crisis situations such as medical emergency, women facing domestic violence and abuse, protection issues and luck of basic needs like food, clothing and shelter

Teenage & Single Mothers Rehabilitation

Testimony Africa has got a team of full time social workers who are trained to attend to women and children in crisis situations such as medical emergency, women facing domestic violence and abuse, protection issues and luck of basic needs like food, clothing and shelter                

Impact Stories

Loy, a 23-year old single mother from Kitintale wants to be a designer

Loy, a 23-year-old single mother from kitintale, wants to be a fashion designer. Agatha, a 19-year-old teenage girl from kasokoso slum, had dreams of becoming a lawyer to protect women.

A Brighter Future — For Uganda’s Single mothers

Partners