We are members of Age Care Group an organisation started in 2002 located in Uganda East Africa. Fully registered at the District with the (Certificate of Registration Kyenjojo District Local Government Council KCD 00942).  The Organisation was started to foster its
services to elderly people and their dependants who has HIV/AIDS.  

Elderly people in Uganda have no policy to cater for them and many of them do not have benefits because they were not formally employed. Those who were formally employed suffer the same fate because the benefit are meager and in some cases there is alot of
bureaucracy to access the benefits saved during the time of employment.


It is on that background that Age Care  Group was formed to help these people's survival to continue earning a living by for example making crafts for sale to raise funds to care for Ophans left behind by their children who passed away, a majority of them due to HIV/AIDS.

We are therefore seeking for cooperation and assistance in proving  Clothes, Food, Medical, Shelter Grants, Fees to the poor  grandchildrens who were left behind by
their children and grief counselling mostly to the elderly who are living with HIV/AIDS from United Way Uganda.

We are therefore seeking for cooperation and assistance in proving Clothes, Food, Medical, Shelter Grants, Fees to the poor grandchildrens who were left behind by their children and grief counselling mostly to the elderly who are living with HIV/AIDS from United Way Uganda.

Thanking you and waiting for your respond, If you have any thing to ask please dont hesitate.

Yours

Debbie Akiiki Kiiza
Age Care Development- Uganda
Chairperson.
P.O.Box 7461
KAMPALA UGANDA.

+256702871802

 

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