64% of Kampala's population lives in slums.
Living in a slum means inadequate access to safe water, inadequate access to sanitation and other infrastructure, insecure residential status, poor structural quality of housing and overcrowding. The high density of low-income earners or unemployed persons means children are left highly vulnerable to staying trapped in cycles of poverty and illiteracy.
Kitiibwa exists to break the cycle of poverty by supporting local schools and providing quality education.
Support Local Schools
We believe in empowering and equipping existing schools to more effectively and sustainably impact a community.
An estimated 2 out of 10 students graduate from primary school at age 12 and are still unable to read. We want to change that statistic by supporting quality education.
End the Cycle of Poverty
Our 3-fold approach of education, sports, and the Word of God provides vulnerable children with the practical and spiritual tools they need to pursue a future full of hope.