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SEEDS FOR AFRICAN CHILDREN-SFAC

Kampala, Uganda
Joined June 2018

SFAC carries out activities in the fields of Child Rights advocacy, Skilling orphans and vulnerable children, economic empowerment of vulnerable youth and women in greater Masaka region and Wakiso dis

Presence in: Uganda
Focus: Education

Seeds for African Children (SFAC), a local and registered Non- Governmental Organization (Reg, No.INDP5807110NB) with the Government of the Republic of Uganda. SFAC was mandated to carry out activities in the fields of Child Rights advocacy, Skilling orphans and vulnerable children, economic empowerment of vulnerable youth and women in Uganda. SFAC is a member of Gender Based Violence (GBV) Prevention Network a platform for Activists and practitioners committed to preventing Gender Based violence in the Horn, East and southern Africa and Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage. Currently SFAC operates in greater Masaka region Uganda and wakiso district. SFAC’s Vision: A Community where Children and Youth have Rights to Health, Education and Protection.. Mission:  Empowerment for Children, Youth and families through Community Health promotion, Life skilling and Economic development using Rights based approach. Core Values: Transparency, Accountability, Team work and Respect for Human Dignity. Headquarters: The offices of the organization are located at Butenga trading center in Bukomansimbi District-Uganda.

People Associated With This Organization

Ahmed Ssentume

Uganda  
SEEDS FOR AFRICAN CHILDREN-SFAC
Joined June 2018
Interests: Education
Ahmed Ssentume is the Executive Director for Seeds for African Children-SFAC. NGO mandated to carry out activities in the fields of Child Rights advocacy, Skilling orphans and vulnerable children, economic empowerment of vulnerable youth and women in Uganda.
Ahmed Ssentume is the network champion (main point of contact) for SEEDS FOR AFRICAN CHILDREN-SFAC.

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