About

Support the African child is a community based organization which was founded in August 2011 by Aida Kagoya. Aida Kagoya is A 21 year old lady pursuing a bachelors degree in management science at Kyambogo University on government sponsorship. Aida was raised up by a single mother and six of her siblings from Jinja district in eastern Uganda after she lost her dad at the age of nine in primary four. She was enrolled in an organization that paid her fees from primary six until senior six where she excelled highly for government allowance. Aida is facilitated with a sum of sh.800000 per semester which she is using to help six disadvantaged children to achieve their dreams.I have the children enrolled in affordable schools, two in senior 3, two in primary 4 and one in primary two and primary one.I provide food, clothing and accommodate the children in my late father's second home in mafubira, Jinja Uganda. I was inspired by my past status as an orphan to start up this organization so that i can help children who are just like i was.I rely on the university government allowance and a little funds from my friend as the only support. I have 2 more years of university education and the support shall be stopped as soon as am out of university.With support from helpers and any one willing to donate for the well being of the African child, i hope to set up a spacious children's home and school for the disadvantaged children where i shall there after provide university education for the children.

About
Support the African child (STAC) is an independent non- profit indigenous community based charitable organization. The organization was started in 2011 by Kagoya Aida to care and give support the disadvantaged children so that they can achieve their goal

Mission
To uphold the sanctity of human life and endeavoring to meet the physical, spiritual and emotional needs to the disadvantaged children including but not limited to orphans. HIV/AIDS orphans and widows facing welfare problems.
"POSITIVE CHANGE THROUGH ACTION, LETS SUPPORT THE AFRICAN CHILD"

Description
Support the African child is a pro life giving ministry whose mission and mandate is to up hold the sanctity of human life and endeavoring to meet the physical, spiritual and emotional needs to the disadvantaged children including but not limited to orphans, HIV/AIDS orphans and widows facing welfare problems.

OUR VISION
"To ensure the well being of disadvantaged children through provision of education, accommodation, and good standard of living and upholding the status of widows facing welfare problems".

VISION
To ensure the well being of disadvantaged children through provision of education,accommodation and upholding the status of widows facing welfare problems.

OBJECTIVES
Providing formal education to disadvantaged children including but not limited to orphans, HIV/AIDS orphans, and vulnerable children whose families are affected by AIDS

Assessing child welfare needs for disadvantaged children including but not limited to orphaned, abandoned and vulnerable children and coordinating resources for their care

Providing psychosocial care to widows and children and spiritual care and support.

To set up projects intended to enhance the cultural educational and economic development of all children without any form of discrimination based on religion, tribe, sex, region etc

To carry out intensive advocacy campaigns to enhance the rights and equal opportunities of all the children in the country.

CORE VALUES
In order to realize our mission, vision and objectives, support the African child believes that certain values and principles must be upheld. These include;

Transparency and accountability.
People centered organization.
Creative, innovative and learning organization.
Efficiency and sustainability of interventions

WHAT WE BELIEVE IN;
We believe that children should be raised in a safe and caring environment.

We believe that poverty,disability or tribal background should never be a reason to lock a child away.

We are dedicated to transforming the lives of disadvantaged children by facilitating the end of institutional care for good.