In Uganda, trees are so valuable you can use them as collateral for a bank loan
Di McCann, mother of N4A Executive Director Sophie McCann, visited our projects in 2015.
In the fight against HIV/AIDS in northern Uganda, the first step is countering stigma.
An update from CEO Annabel Harris about our project in northern Uganda.
N4A and PCCO’s new agricultural project in Patongo, northern Uganda.
A UK donor, Liberty Wines, gave an Italian lunch for the latest Ribbe Aye Teko project, a piggery.
Our counselors work tirelessly to prevent the spread of HIV and comfort those already HIV+.
John was abducted by Kony’s LRA when he was only six, but is now getting a chance to finish his education.
As a social worker in Patongo, Rose helps people work through trauma and depression.