IMG_2260175IMG_2273A facilitator at grandmother workshop-1

Some of the supported OVC during their lunch time at school.IMG_2198IMG_2266175IMG_2236


Some of the supported OVC during their lunch time at school.IMG_2172IMG_2173158IMG_2248


IMG_2202IMG_2278Some of the supported OVC during their lunch time at school.IMG_2273IMG_2210

Bernadiina with some of her grand child taking care of the goats and sheep in a shelter -one of their Income Generating Activities


IMG_2191IMG_2270IMG_2198IMG_2270Bernadiina one of the beneficiaries with some of her grand children explaining about  income and expenditure in her record keeping bookIMG_2246070IMG_2205IMG_2172IMG_2199

About the Project

Good Samaritan Women's Group Project (GSWP), is a non profit making community based organization registered with Kalungu district local government in Uganda, East Africa. It was established in August 2006 because of the increasing number of Orphans and vulnerable children who were un able to meet their own basic needs yet most of them are in Orphan-headed households.

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About Uganda

Uganda is often held up as a model for Africa in the fight against HIV and AIDS. Strong government leadership, broad-based partnerships and effective public education campaigns all contributed to a decline in the number of people living with HIV and AIDS in the 1990s.

Although there is a lot to learn from Uganda's comprehensive and timely campaign against the AIDS epidemic, emphasising Uganda's success story must not detract from the devastating consequences that AIDS continues to have across the country: personally, socially and economically.

There are an estimated 1.2 million people living with HIV in Uganda, which includes 150,000 children.1 An estimated 64,000 people died from AIDS in 2009 and 1.2 million children have been orphaned by Uganda's devastating epidemic. (www.avert.org)