FAOC

FOUNDATION FOR AIDS ORPHANED CHILDREN

Our Projects

The SNV-TIDE PROJECT

FAOC started implementing the School Milk feeding project in June 2016 to date mainly conducting sensitization for the Parent-led School feeding project, to fight Hidden hunger and Malnutrition among School children and refugee settlement of Nakivale.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

Through growing multipurpose tress for example grafted fruits in Isingiro because one of the issues affecting this District in Uganda is drought/climate change which affects agriculture to cover 550 households. [Supported by UNDP through WWF]. (2012-2014)

CAPACITY BUILDING & SKILLING

FAOC with support from USAID through Avis and TPO supported 608 families in Isingiro and Sheema to increase capacity of vulnerable women [widows, child mothers, vulnerable children and their households] to access, acquire or provide critical services. (2010-2013)

COLLABORATIVE CROP RESEARCH PROJECT

This was funded by the McKnight Foundation and implemented by FAOC in partnership with Mbarara Zonal Agricultural Research and development Institute [MBAZARD], Makerere School of food Science and ICRASAT.

SCORE

(Sustainable Comprehensive Responses for vulnerable children and their households) project implemented in partnership with TPO Uganda (Trans-Psychosocial Support organization) funded by USAID. Targeting five hundred Households in the area of Nyamuyanja Sub-county.

SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD

Sustainable livelihood project & commercializing agriculture has reached out to 960 households with an average of 4 orphans per HH. In 23 groups (2009-2013)

EXPANDING HIV/AIDS Information

Strengthening and expanding HIV/AIDS Information, Education and Communication/Behavioral Change Communication (IEC/BCC) activities funded by Uganda Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Project (UGFMTP) 2004-2014)

COMMERCIALIZED AGRICULTURE

Through the commercialized agriculture and value addition project, we promote the growing of chickpea, cassava, coffee, orange fleshed sweet potatoes, grafted fruits and vegetables.