Our volunteers work with vulnerable children, women and elderly caretakers to meet the practical physical and emotional needs of these target groups.
Our volunteers work with prisoners including juveniles and inmates in prisons
Project works with vulnerable children, elderly, women and others. Through outreaches we support and care to meet the physical and psychosocial needs.
Abaana Community Outreach (ACO) Africa aims to serve the most vulnerable groups in society. We believe in giving selflessly of time, care and resources. ACO Africa is a non-discriminatory, non-profit organization committed to providing support for the most vulnerable groups in society. We place an emphasis on education, health, psychosocial issues, economic empowerment, and nutrition, human and environmental rights.
ACO Africa was founded in 2009 as a community based organisation (CBO) in Masaka-Lwengo District and later renovated into an international and non-profit organisation, committed to breaking the cycle of poverty by providing loving support and care to vulnerable individuals; laying an emphasis on education, health, psychosocial care, economic empowerment, nutrition, human and environmental rights to the poorest and most vulnerable people.
We have restored hope for number of vulnerable children & women in deprived communities through care and support laying emphasis on education, psychosocial care, economic empowerment, nutrition and child rights.
Volunteers enjoy a broad learning experience including many of the practical, social, and technical skills required to become effective leaders, engaged citizens, productive members of society. They gain skills that are vital for real success in future employment and in adult life.
What we do:
Abaana Community Outreach Africa (ACO-Africa) lays an emphasis on education, health, psychosocial care, economic empowerment, nutrition, human and environmental rights to the poorest and most vulnerable people— especially children and women.