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FIGHT CHILD POVERTY

Child Poverty goes beyond a child lacking what he/she wants...

Excepting 30 families to benefit from this Project within communities.

30 Children excepted to receive Clothing's and/or other used items. 

All used Items will be donated to the Children and Families in extreme poverty.

Poverty is not simply a lack of physical items - food, healthcare, household items...it is a dynamic process that puts people into conditions with extreme physical and psychological risks, that if realized, are capable of ensuring a tipping point after which there is no recovery. It is through this we work diligently to offer as much support as we can.

How To Donate Used Items

  1. DELIVER USED ITEMS AT OUR COLLECTION POINTS - Contact The Team for directions to the nearest collection point near you. Contact The Team or Send us a WhatsApp Message Can I create sites for commercial projects?

  2. SEND THEM BY POST - You can send the used items by Post Office. (P.O. Box, 728, Nansana, Uganda) Don't Forget to include 'OCIA LIMITED' on the package so that you are not charged post fees. Need Help!

  3. CONTACT US TO PICK THEM FROM YOUR HOME -If you are unable to use the above ways to send your Donated items, You can contact us nd we Pick them from your Home. Call Us Now!

Used Items Donation Form

Fill the form below if you happen to have some used item you would like to donate to the children in Nansana, Kawempe and Wakiso in Uganda.

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DONATE A TOY, DONATE A SMILE

During the Covid19 holidays children all over the country have been doing what they do best,
having fun! 

Play is so important for children as they grow and develop and all children have the right to play. In the rural villages of Nansana, not all children have the chance to play and just be kids. Children living in extreme poverty often miss out on play and having time to just be kids. 

Social issues that often go hand in hand with poverty often prevent these children from gaining the benefits of play on a regular basis. Many children are given responsibilities far above their capability at their age because of poverty, whether that be work, taking care of younger brothers or sisters or doing household chores alone. 

Our Child's Play Program gives children a chance to play in a safe environment where they can just be kids for a few hours each week and receive food after a day of play.
These spaces have become a haven for children from all backgrounds who are growing up orphaned or from critically poor families. Currently we have 5 projects that have developed from the spaces for child play, run by volunteers in their own communities.. 

We hope to build a Children's Center which will serve a multifaceted purpose: safe spaces, fun and games, a chance to forget about the difficulties of daily life and also a chance to confide in a trusted adult.

It is from the Child Play Program that our volunteers hear about the true struggles of children’s lives and this has informed the development of so many of our projects. If a child is at risk or if their family is in a crisis, our Child Play Projects will often be the entry point at which they disclose these things before we can support them through our other projects.
This month our fundraising focus is to support children right to play and to be able to buy play equipment and resources so that they can have as much fun as possible. These kids don’t have toys, games or footballs at home. If you would like to donate even a small amount to help us towards our target
please follow this link.

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