Our Mission

AOET-USA is a Christ-centered organization that engages supporters to partner with AOET-Uganda, providing orphans and vulnerable children with a primary and secondary education, nutrition and medical care.

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  • MUGABI FRANCO

    Mugabi Franco was born on January 25, 1999.  He is a partial orphan, having lost his father in 2006.  He has 1 brother and 2 sisters, and his mother struggles to provide for her children on her own.  Franco is in the Primary 6 Class at Butiki Primary School.  He loves playing football (soccer), and he dreams of becoming a doctor one day.

    Franco lost his sponsor in December 2013, and is waiting for a new one.

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  • MUKWAYA WILLIAM

    Mukwaya William was born on April 3, 1998.  He lost his father in 2005 to HIV/AIDS, and his mother passed away during child-birth in 2012.  He is being cared for by his grandmother.  William has 4 brothers and 4 sisters.  He finished the Primary 7 Class at Mafubira Primary School and is just starting secondary school.  His favorite subject is science, and he dreams of becoming a doctor one day.

    William lost his sponsor in December 2013, and has been waiting for a new one.

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  • BAKAKI IMAN

    Bakaki Iman was born in 2006.  He stays with both of his parents in Bugembe, but they struggle to provide for their large family.  Iman has 4 sisters and 3 brothers, and he helps out his parents with fetching water and washing dishes.  Iman is in the Primary 2 Class at Rehaboth Integrated Primary School.  He loves learning how to read, and his favorite game is keep-away.

    Iman lost his sponsor in September 2013, and has been waiting for a new one.

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  • KAWOYA ABAKARI

    Kawoya Abakari was born in 2006.  He is a partial orphan, having lost his father to a combination of polio and HIV when he was young.  His mother is unemployed and struggles to provide for her 3 sons on her own.  Abakari is in the Primary 2 Class at Nabataba Primary School.  He loves learning math and enjoys reading books.  He hopes to become a pilot one day.

    Abakari lost his sponsor in December 2013, and is waiting for a new one.

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  • Educate

    A $38 monthly sponsorship provides a child with school fees, medical care, lunch, a school uniform, and the tools to improve

    their world.

  • Empower

    We believe that empowerment happens when people learn to provide for themselves. AOET communities focus on teaching skills and giving confidence for a happy life.

  • Engage

    We encourage all of our donors to personally engage with the children they sponsor. We suggest writing letters, sending pictures, or even traveling to the community!

  • Christ Centered

    We are a Christian organization compelled by the desire to help those in need, but are careful to respect community beliefs, no matter what.