Showing Christ's love by supporting Ugandan entrepreneurs so they can provide for their family

The other 90% have loving, capable parents who desire to raise their children. The question has to be raised: Why isn't more being done to help these parents? 

Kingdom Shop

John and Dorothy Ndimukulaga have twelve children. In 2020, when Dorothy lost her job due to COVID the two began brainstorming other ways to generate an income. They decided to start a small retail shop in their village of Soweto, called Kingdom Shop.

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Abey Grocery Shop

Owomugisha Gorret Blessing (Nisha) started Abey Grocery shop in 2017 after her husband abandoned her and their six children.

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Travel & Tourism Dry Cleaners and Laundry

Alex and Proscovia Ollie started Travel & Tourism Dry Cleaners and Laundry in 2021 after a year of struggling to feed and house their family during COVID.

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When You See the Whole Story

The same wheel of orphan care keeps getting reinvented and the cycle just continues. C.A.U.S.E. Uganda is seeking to be one of the 5% who addresses the larger issue at hand.

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What Makes Us Different

In our last Blog, we clarified that we in no way believe that we are the only organization out there that focuses on family preservation when it comes to orphan care. However, there are some things that are unique about C.A.U.S.E. Uganda. This blog post details 4 things that make us different.

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