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Support the Elders Craft Project

Purchase one of these beautifully handcrafted bowls and help the Elders of East Africa!

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Support the Elders Craft Project


  • Full Project Summary

    This project covers several districts in Uganda. The craft materials are to be provided to the 40 members of the Aged Groups of Guardians as an empowerment during their income generating activities.

    Check out the crafts on our Facebook page and see how to donate.

This Project

  • Project Facts

    • Lives Affected
    • CountryUganda
  • Map and Location

  • Contact Info

    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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