How We Help
Access to a health clinic means a young mother can have her baby immunized to prevent him or her from becoming ill, and that the occurrence of malaria drops 253% in one year. This success is due to the public health initiatives by clinic staff.
When girls thrive, a country thrives. Women are central to the health of families and communities. Each year of primary education that a girl receives lowers the rate of infant mortality and improves her earning capacity (up to 20%).
Entrepreneurial and Livelihoods Development
Our program is designed to help end poverty, improve nutrition and food security and promote sustainable agriculture. Ultimately, ELD is designed to promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth for our partners.
This unique program employs a holistic approach. Families enrolled in this program and living in deep poverty in Uganda are able to provide a stable, healthy environment for their children. The whole family has access to resources related to parenting, health care and business, and one child per family attends a private school. Together, all members of the family work to build a sustainable future.
Make a difference with Family to Family Sponsorship
THE SAINT PAUL CLASSIC is ON! Ride with us in the Saint Paul Classic Bike Tour on Sunday, September 12! Be an active participant in this family-friendly, outdoorsy, heart-pumping, fun and healthy bike ride that we enjoy as a Give Us Wings fundraiser. The 26th annual Saint Paul Classic Bike Tour will be a music-filled…
SUMMER 2021 Welcome to the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter! Important updates about COVID-19 cases in Uganda, updates from St. John’s Kayoro Health Center, Family to Family, as well as upcoming events in the Twin Cities. PAST ISSUES
Give Us Wings International Board of Directors Opening We are seeking 2-3 new board members at this time. Deadline to apply is December 31, 2021 APPLICATION FORM Organizational Summary: GUWI programs focus on: HEALTH CARE – We offer accessible, high quality health care to over 18,000 people annually through our clinic in Kayoro, Uganda. EDUCATION…
Spring 2021 Edition
Encourage, support and partner with people living in extreme poverty in Uganda as they transform their lives and become self-sufficient through greater access to quality health care, education and economic opportunities.