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I learned to GIVE not because I have many, but because exactly how it feels to have NOTHING!

Thank you to everyone who has brought joy and happiness to these little ones! Are you interested to join us and sponsor a child/children? to in our project? "You too can be part of Kazira Projects"

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Are you looking for ways to make a difference while gaining relevant work experience to add to your resume? Do you want to learn new skills? Do you want to explore potential career areas?

You can accomplish all of this, and more, by becoming a volunteer with Kazira Organization! Doing volunteer work with Kazira can be one of the most rewarding and best investments you can make with your time.

Where we are


We are a Uganda community based Organization with our concentration around lake bunyonyi and we are dedicated to help the children around Lake bunyonyi in Uganda before we explode to other communities in Uganda. Lake Bunyonyi is known to be a place of birds though birds live with communities around Lake Bunyonyi. Therefore visit Kazira orphans around Lake Bunyonyi, One need to cross the second deepest lake in Africa after Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania.

Crossing the lake one needs to use motorboat or canoe however it takes 10 minutes from the main land of Harutindo which is the mainland for every Ugandan that crosses the lake to get to the project or to get to their homes around lake bunyonyi whether in the islands that constitutes lake bunyonyi and are known to be 29 islands that make up of lake bunyonyi.

Latest News About Kazira Orphans

Uganda – Kazira Orphans
 

Uganda – Kazira Orphans

    “Every one is a star” There are well over 2 million orphans in the African country of Uganda, largely as a result of HIV AIDS. Most of these orphans live with a grandparent or other relative, but some of them have no one able to care for them. Kazira...
Change the future of a poor child
 

Change the future of a poor child

More than 2 million children in Africa are orphans, as a result of loosing Parents to the wrath of the dangerous killer diseases like AIDS, Malaria and many other infections. The lack of the basics in life has created hopelessness because of lack of money for food, Health care and...
The out come of HIV / Aids in Uganda
 

The out come of HIV / Aids in Uganda

Children and young people whose parents have become infected with AIDS virus begin to suffer even before a parent or caregiver has died, the study goes on to say. Since children are unable to earn the same income as their parents, household income plummets. As a result, there is little...
Feed Kazira Orphans
 

Feed Kazira Orphans

As hunger and disease claim more lives, some ask if Africa can be saved AFRICA – At the dawn of a new millennium, the continent that some say witnessed the birth of the first human civilizations — may be dying. As widespread drought, starvation and the unchecked spread of deadly diseases...
Future for Africa
 

Future for Africa

What can we do … when it is too late? So many people in developed countries haven’t been able to grasp the magnitude of the crisis facing African men, women and children, An entire continent of people are in dire need of food, clean water,education and affordable medicine. That’s why we...
Water Crisis!
 

Water Crisis!

No Clean Water! Results from a recent study of current living conditions throughout Africa report that more than one billion people do not have enough clean water to provide for their basic human needs. As a result, more than 2,500 children are dying each day. “When people are desperately thirsty,”...

Charles Kukunda

He was born and raised around Lake Bunyonyi, Charles and other community members identified a number of problems that were experiencing in their community which were related to high school dropouts, Child labor, early marriages, and HIV/AIDS.Charles was a victim of schools problems during his secondary school periods, he spent most of his time out school after his secondary school and failed to get money to pay for his school fees at the University.

He started working for an American invest in the café in Kabale town for two years though an opportunity came for Charles to meet two Dutch couples Erik and Florens who promised to link Charles with a sponsor when they are back in Netherlands. Later correspondences were made with him and finally Charles was sponsored to join Kabale University in 2010, Charles was enrolled for a degree in ICT and completed his degree in ICT in 2013 and therefore Charles is a University graduate who is very keen to help his community follow the route he passed through.

More information about Kazira Oprhans

Kazira Orphanage rests upon the principle of provision, holding fast to the ideal that providing children with an education equips them to become the decision makers of tomorrow. Supplying students with a daily meal has become an important part of this program also, as children need nourishment in order to learn.