Based in Uganda

save te marginalized uganda

A Non-profit

Organization Details

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SAVE E THE MARGINALIZED is working towards the well being of the  mothers, children, youth, PWDS, and positive living peoples to reduce stigma and increase access to community services like health and knowledge through capacity building, these are to be attained through a holistic approach  without discrimination of sex, age, race and culture.

Its registered under the ministry and the NGO board as (Non-profit Organization Registration no.: NB.CD/2499). Mission:

To bring equality and realized the dreams of the marginalized; women, children and people with special needs, their rights and reduce inequality through economic empowerment.

Vision: STM visions a society free of oppression, suppression, poverty and HIV AIDS among girl children and youth.

For orphans its believed that the parents who died are claiming for food through menstruation blood.

 

 

 

Impact Story

STM Uganda is a charitable, non-governmental organization, registered with the National NGO Board under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uganda.

 

The organization was born out of commitment, love, hope, and prayers by Dr. CHRIS Substantial, Mrs maryabooti, and Mr. Paul bamu and they started implementing projects in  2008.

STM operates entirely in the Busoga region of Eastern Uganda, and owns, runs, and operates the following institutions and programmes:

 

Nabaya clinic for 50 HIV/AIDS orphans from child-headed families without any relatives

A communit bore hole that serve over 68 HIV/AIDS  family and 640 children.

A life-skills training unit

A micro-finance program for the marginalized women and youth

Programs for food security and access to safe water

Increased access to health and care (safe motherhood and maternal health, sexual reproductive health & rights, mosquito nets access & fight against malaria).

Increased access to education and child protection (primary school, vocational & life-skills training, orphanage, public health education, window of hope and sports & games).

Increased access to markets and economic opportunities (micro-finance credit, social media to market local produce, access to business-related information, village banking, research and studies on economic trends).

Human-rights awareness and promotion (ending child/human sacrifice, ending domestic violence, promoting family peace, documentation and reporting of human rights abuses).

Access to safe and clean water (borehole drilling, water harvesting, irrigation, hand-washing, pit latrine, bio-gas, reducing water wastage).(wash project)

Food security (growing of fruit trees and vegetables for household nutrition and income generation, modern agriculture, access to milk/dairy products),