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What We Do

Current Activities

  • Carpentry project. This project aims to equip the vulnerable youths with lifelong skills in carpentry and Joinery.
  • Purchase of scholastic materials for the school going needy children. These scholastic materials are books, pens. Pencils, Uniforms, school socks, bags, mathematical sets.
  • Animal protection and welfare.
  • Guidance and counselling: We guide and counsel the orphans that are recruited at our centre and those that are with the care givers. We also educate the care givers on how they need to give care to the young ones/orphans
  • Computer training project. We train the school dropouts in the area of computing. We equip them with a skill of Microsoft word, Excel, power Point, Publisher and internet surfing.
  • Sports promotion: We support Boda Boda Fc through purchase of Balls, Uniforms and transport facilitation during matches

Previous Activities

  • Tree planting. We planted trees along the Trans-African High way to curb down carbon dioxide produced by auto-machines that use the Road.
  • HIV/AIDS reduction methods Advocancy.

Our Work in pictures

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Scholastic materials

(Mathematical sets, Books, Pens, Pencils, Bags)
supplied to 141 kids for the first term of the 2023 academic year.
Money worth UGX 2,418,900 was made available by Mr. Thomas Crook -USA

Carpentry products:

Visitors from USA looking at the carpentry items made by trainees during the training. The Trainers explains to the visitors (Mr.Howard Crook, Tom Crook, as Nate Crook talks to the trainees).


Some trainees in for a group photo in the carpentry laboratory. All the trainees in this Photo are under 18 years, dropped out of school due to inability of their parents to pay fees and provide scholastic materials.

Christmas Celebrations:

 Celebrations at the premises of Abexinah orphans and Vulnerable Community Information Centre. Kids enjoyed Soda and Biscuits thanks to Mr. Howard Crook for the facilitation.

Mr. Nake crook is donning a Uganda flag cloth. All was fine for the visitors. It was a wonderful experience visiting Abexinah Orphans and Vulnerable Community Information Centre for the first time.

Computer Vocational training:

 11 beneficiaries both boys and girls have so far gained ICT basic training. Thanks to Mr.Tom Crook who donated money for the construction of the temporary computer Lab 

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