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Love Uganda Foundation

Love Uganda Foundation is a non-profit organization; with the purpose of rebuilding the lives of those orphaned and widowed due to AIDS and poverty. It was founded by McMillan Emmanuel in 2006; compelled to help the orphans and widows in his community, devastated by the effects of AIDS and poverty.

Picture of Emmanuel McMillan, the founder

Picture of the Late. Emmanuel McMillan sharing a light moment with one of the children supported by the Foundation

The Foundation has established different projects to empower the vulnerable people. These projects include and Orphanage in Mukono district that is taking care of more than 30 children, a Primary School in Kabale district with more than 50 Pupils and the Elderly project in Gulu districts that empower the lives of those affected by the Lord’s Resistance Army(LRA) war. This really sounds amazing to fellow Ugandans.

Children supported by the Foundation

One of the projects of the Foundation is a Primary School in Kabale district

Thus the Foundation is working in line with fulfillment of the Preamble of the United Nations (UN) Charter of; (i) saving succeeding generations from the scourge of war; (ii) reaffirming faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small; (iii) establishing conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law can be maintained; (iv) promoting social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom; and (v) practicing tolerance and live together in peace with one another as good neighbors.

Therefore, i call upon the government of Uganda to support and work with Love Uganda Foundation in rebuilding the lives of those who are vulnerable and devastated after losing their loved ones as a result of wars or AIDs.  I also call upon fellow Ugandans to emulate the work of this foundation. I further call upon fellow Ugandans to stop isolating the vulnerable people; but rather to support and work with them so that they can fulfill their future dreams and goals just like everyone hoping for a bright future.



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