Project Uganda undertakes a range of projects within the boundries of our mission statement.  Our project range includes the very successful mosquito net installation project, washroom construction, student scholarship and perma-culture project.  All of these are aimed at allowing individuals and families to become self-sufficient, whether through enabling students to stay healthy and malaria free during their studies, or allowing families to maximise yields from their land.

The projects are managed by our local Project Representative Akampa T Moses to ensure control and accountability of project spending.  He is guided by the Project Uganda Committee in the UK, with regular visits being made by committee members to assist in the management of the projects.

Project Representative Akampa T Moses 2008