Ainembabazi works to build self-reliant communities that promote and advance the well-being and rights of orphans and vulnerable children.
The organization achieves this goal through economic development activities such as community gardens, business development and micro-lending, tailoring and crafts cooperatives; health education initiatives to support water, sanitation and nutrition; and, programming to foster improved access and quality of education through libraries, teacher training, scholarships and infrastructure.
In Canada, the organization supports teachers in bringing a critical perspective of development to their classroom through an art based twinning project.
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Renee is the founding president of Ainembabazi Children's Project. Having worked in development since 1998, Renee has learned a lot from the people in Uganda on how development is about friendship and respect.Vice President
Shannon first visited Uganda following her first University degree and launched off the organization's micro-lending program. Her strong business sense has brought a great deal to the organization and has resulted in many women starting up businesses that have improved the lives of their families in Uganda.