Abaana bangi mu Uganda bakulira mu bitongole ebyannakyewa olw’ensonga yobutaba na maka gebenyumirizaamu ng’agabwe.

 Ab’ekitongole kya nnakyewa ekiyitibwa ” Ugandans Adopt”banoonya amaka agayinza okweyama okuwa omwana awaka awali okwagala n’obukuumi kisobozese abaana bano okufuna obusobozi n’ebirubirirwa.
Bwoba obadde olowooza okuwaayo obudde bwo n’okwagala eri omwana ali mu kibiina  twandibadde bassanyufu ssinga tuwuliza okuva gyoli.

Ugandans Adopt

If you are in Uganda and are  thinking of giving a Ugandan child a future by opening your home and heart through adoption,then you are in right place.We offer guidance, support   and resources before, during and after your adoption process. You can click on : Ugandans Adopt Brochure to download our brochure


The Adoptive Families Association of Uganda Launches November 10

A mother's love

Kampala, Uganda: On Saturday, November 10, The Adoptive Families Association of Uganda will host their first gathering for adoptive families. The Association is pleased to invite any family interested in learning more about adoption or who’ve already completed the process of adoption to join this informal celebration of friends and family.The program will include a brief […]

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Can you offer emergency foster care?

Many more babies like Joan need the critical support of emergency foster families after they have been rescued from abandonment and/or abuse. Please contact us today if you can foster a child for a few weeks, up to six months. Call +256776110304 or email [email protected]

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“Adoption is about the heart”

Jotham is 2 years old. He was born with medical conditions that require specialised care. For this reason, many families had turned him down basing on his health status since he was approved for adoption nearly a year ago. But Catherine, a single mother of 3, changed Jotham’s story forever.

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Little John needs a family

6-year-old John has mild cerebral palsy which affects his movement, and some indications of autism in regard to his speech. However, thanks to early physiotherapy and other special interventions, he can now walk, feed himself, and has learnt to count and read simple words. He needs a loving family to give him a home and […]

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