GIDCCO is an independent, indigenous, community based organization in Uganda with a vision to rescue, nourish, and spiritually strenghthen street kids, orphaned children, and widows in need as a result of AIDS/HIV. By sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and with the help of religious leaders, our community, and volunteers, we strive to uphold the sanctity of human life by meeting their spiritual, physical, and emotional needs through education, health care, and social welfare. Today, much of Uganda remains undeveloped. It's populace is ravaged by civil wars, hunger and the AIDS/HIV epidemic that continues its foray into every village. Currently, 80% of the overall population of Uganda is youth, of the 80%, 39% are orphans, and 41% are infected with HIV/AIDS. 62% of the villages that we reach out to, have the highest population level of AIDS/HIV. Through Gods word and His will, we seek to bring hope and a future to this generation of parentless children. Our organization for community development can have a great impact on the lives of the people it serves, given proper funding. Even though we are a private charity organization, we are registered with the Ugandan government. If you need more information on this site, or if you would like to help please contact Pastor Fred Mwanje c/o Hope Missionary Baptist Church P.O. Box 5164 Jinja, Uganda Email firstname.lastname@example.org
$25.00 per month, the amount most families spend on a single dinner, will send one of these orphaned children to school and provide them with food, clothing and other essential needs for a month. The children and widows of Uganda need your contributions, act now in any way possible. No amount is too small.
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