Your Help Needed!

The community is recovering after the recent Covid outbreak in Uganda. Schools are starting to reopen. Grades 1, 2, and 3 have been permitted to reopen and grades 4 and 5 are permitted to reopen on September 5. Other parts of the community remain shut down. The people of Bwindi seek your prayers and support during this time.

Help Give Clean Water to the Bwindi Children + Community

BUCC needs your help to drill a water well to establish clean water for the school and orphanage, and it will also help the local community.

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Bwindi Uganda Children Charities (BUCC)

is a U.S. nonprofit founded to rescue orphans in Uganda and provide a safe home and education in partnership with Bwindi Eco Children Uganda (BECU) located in Uganda.
BECU provides free education programs to orphans and other
needy children from the community through its private school to
prepare children with the skills they need to succeed.

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The Children's Home

Beginning as a response to poverty in the Bwindi community, the children’s home has grown to house more than 80 orphans, which all receive 3 nutritious meals a day and attend the primary school for free.

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Children's Farm and Shop

BECU recognizes the need for self-sustainability. We have established projects to help the poor generate income for themselves and to help purchase school supplies for their children.

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Bwindi Junior School

Education is one of the pillars of our program. We have established a private school now providing a free education to over 500 children who could not otherwise afford one. We have also established a partnership with LivingStone Int’l University.

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Growing Projects Create Demand

With growing school attendance and an increasing number of orphans come growing financial demands.
In just six years the community has grown from 27 to 67+ orphans and admitted 500 children into the private school. BUCC is currently seeking partners to invest in the long-term vision and help see these needy children to their day of success.

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