Amasiko Street Children Programme

Save a vulnerable homeless child from abuse.

From just £2 a month or a one-off donation of £10 today, you will be helping street children in Uganda find a stable home, and protect them from physical and often sexual abuse.

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Transform A Life Today

You could transform children to live a fulfilling and independent life. For a regular donation starting from just £2 a month, you will help provide a safe haven for street children until they find a stable home. 100% of your contribution will go directly to the Amasiko Street Children Programme.

Your donation would also help fund training in skills that allows street children to live an independent and fulfilling life, thus reducing the need for aid.

For as little as £2 a month you will give opportunities to children to break out of the cycle of poverty and deprivation.

Donate to help transform street children’s life

You will give them a chance of a future as a productive member of society and a sense of self-worth?

The AA street children programme supports street children by providing trainings in skills that allows them to live a fulfilling and independent life.

In line with our mission of providing opportunities and not aid to the less privileged, we offer an open door drop-in centre; a safe haven where street children can access basic necessities such as food, clothing and medical care, as well as the opportunities to enter into fulltime education or peered with a foster carer.

 Darius is a street child from the streets of Uganda.

There are over 1.9 million orphans in Uganda, some are street children sleeping rough on the street.
They can be as young as 6 years old. They are at risk of abuse and local authority treat their situation as a crime.
The Alongside Africa, Amasiko Street Children programme provides opportunities for children like Darius with nowhere to turn.

Our on-going Amasiko Street Children programmes

Drop in Centre

Our drop-in centre in Kabale in Uganda is a safe-haven for street children to access basic needs such as food, health care and clothing. Drop-in Centre