What we do
The different AHI-Uganda teams carry out the following tasks, with the support of AHI partners, interns and volunteers; Mentorship programs, media outreaches, seminars, conferences, youth and children camps, hope debates in local communities and schools, workshops, voluntary services, Behavior/Character change campaigns, bursaries, child sponsorship, youth development projects, peer education, community health mobilization, HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care, Peaceful living, Referrals, Sex education, Child advocacy and educative youth film shows.

How we work

AHI-Uganda offers training for financial development among members in poor communities like Kasenyi Banda Slum, visits prisoners, refugees, homeless individuals, the poor elderly and the sick to give them hope, care and support, interacts with sex wokers and encourage them to allow behavior change by quitting prostitution and adopting healthier means of earning income, and visits schools to campaign for behavior change and introduce ACC clubs(Abstinence Character Change Clubs) in those schools to be able to help the students better.

Where we work

AHI-Uganda is currently operating in Uganda, with branches in, Kampala district Wakiso district, Jinja district, Mbale district, Mbarara district and Masaka district. The main office is located at Kireka-Kamuli, Wakiso district, along kilule road. P.O Box 40491. Uganda East Africa.

Focus areas
The organization focuses on Behavior/Character Change, HIV/AIDS prevention and care, poverty eradication, economic development, archiving a corruption free state, child sponsorship, community voluntary work, care and support, and safe media out reaches.