Together we can make a difference

Who We Are

Amani Initiative is a Ugandan registered grassroot non profit organization founded in 2012 to prevent and respond to harmful practices and barriers against children and women through integrated community led interventions.

Gender inclusive solutions

Directly working with both men and women to prevent and respond to violence against children and women because #Itakes2.

Low cost- high impact solutions

Adopting low cost – high impact sustainable  solutions that leverage existing resources and structures within community to address community problems. 

Community-led solutions

Engaging members of the community as active stakeholders through a community-led approach.

Human Centred Solutions

Designing and implementing interventions with the people being targeted to ensure that they respond to their needs.

Some milestones we've hit

In the time we've spent with the community, we have been able to achieve these!

Projects Implemented
Schools Supported
Youth Empowered
People empowered

Don't Take our word for it

Here is what some of our beneficiaries have to say about our work for the community

I got pregnant in senior two at the age of 17. I dropped out of school. When I gave birth, I wanted to resume school but there was no one to pay my school fees. Amani took me back to school and I will be completing my O’level next year.
Zulaika Angutaru
19 year, Child mother
I dropped out of school in senior two after I got pregnant. My baby died after birth. I wanted to resume school but my guardian was unable to raise my school fees. Amani Initiative helped me pay school fees and provided me with scholastic materials. They have continued to mentor and guide me to continue with my studies.
Stella Aluferu
16 year, Child mother
I was identified by a community champion from Oluffe Sub-County to be part of the leaders representing girls with disability and teenage mothers. I underwent training by Amani Initiative as a leader and peer educator. I use my story to campaign against teenage pregnancy and child marriage within my community as one of the Community Girl Leaders.
Viola Alia
18 year, Child mother

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the journey to 10 years