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Ainembabazi Children’s Project

Ainembabazi Children's Project seeks to advance opportunities and support the well-being of orphans and vulnerable children affected by the AIDS pandemic and poverty in East Africa.

The organization also supports school twinning programs with Canadian schools to foster friendship through the use of art.

Ainembabazi Children’s Project

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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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    • Support the Elders Craft Project
    • Improving Health through Nutrition and Sanitation Training in Uganda
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    Renee Vaugeois

    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 Todd

    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.

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