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About Us

LSCU is a trustworthy non-profit organization working to transform lives of orphans and other vulnerable children in areas of greater Masaka regions in Uganda.

Program goals

The overall goal of this program is to improve on Community Based Organization’s response to reach critical vulnerable children with quality and comprehensive services in an efficient approach.

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Our Plan

All donations will go to support food, education, health and water problems. Our project is working with troubled kids in Uganda more than 4 years and we’ve achieved great successes.

Our transparency makes us trustworthy. Funds entrusted to us are utilized effectively. 

  • 90% of funds go to direct beneficiaries
  • 5% for administration
  • 5% for advocacy and awareness

Our Mission

We fight for the survival and development of the community’s most vulnerable children.

Our Vision

A community in which a child attains the right to education, protection and development.

Core Values

A community in which a child attains the right to education, protection and development.

Children need your help!

We envision that if core values are upheld, quality and comprehensive services will be provided to orphans and other vulnerable children.

  • To provide guidance and counseling services to traumatized children (psychosocial support)
  • To ensure that orphans and other vulnerable children access quality education services.
  • To protect children from all forms of abuse and hazards in greater Masaka region.
  • Ensure that orphans and other vulnerable children get access to health services.

LSCU History

LSCU is a children’s Organization started to restore hope among children who are both double or single orphans and those who are critically vulnerable. In 2009, the founder conceived the idea of helping children who fall in this category in Masaka region . The organization is based at Katwe Suburb in Katwe-Butego Division – Masaka Municipality. In 2016, with her meager financial resources, the founder of LSCU, started this non profit organisation so as to help the needy children. This program will demonstrate the feasibility and desirability of targeting children with a view of assisting them in areas of psychosocial support, counseling and education. The program has revealed an overwhelming need for helping children who are extremely vulnerable, but the program’s goals cannot be met with LSCU’s current meager resources and scope. Parents with children whom they cannot support educationally can stay with them and LSCU go ahead and cater for their education.