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OCIA

Nansana, Uganda
Joined February 2021

OCIA relentlessly ensure that adequate care and support is provided to both orphans and vulnerable children, abandoned by parents & families; and assisting such children to be educated and trained.



Presence in: Uganda
Focus: Education, Family, Gender-based violence, Health, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Livelihoods, Other

OCIA is a multi-layered non-profit organization focused to ensure that adequate care and support are provided to both orphans and vulnerable children, abandoned by parents and families; and assisting such children to be educated and trained so as to be successful and useful members who can contribute productively to their societal development, Back To School Appeal (BTSA) Youth Empowerment and programs (YEAP), Run For Women Empowerment (R4W), In Giving Tree (IGT) and, Save Another Life (SAVEAL) for HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, Enock Buhler Kagimu has created a movement of orphans and younger advocates through a orphan led and orphan serving platform of 10 core team members and 20 volunteers (growing yearly) under Project OCIA Watch.

People Associated With This Organization

Enock (Bühler) Kagimu

Uganda  
OCIA
Joined February 2021
Interests: Education, Family, Gender-based violence, Health, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Livelihoods
Founder, Enock Kagimu, organized OCIA in 2017.
Team Leader with a demonstrated history of working with non-profit organization management industry. Strong business development professional skilled in Management, Computer Innovation, Digital Media and Volunteer Management.
Enock (Bühler) Kagimu is the network champion (main point of contact) for OCIA.

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