Welcome

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Ucare Project is a non-profit foundation. Our vision is to reduce child mortality. Our projects are localized in Kenya and Tanzania. 

All administrative work is performed by our volunteers. 100 % of the donations goes directly to the projects. 

Below is a short introduction to our projects. Please follow the links to find out more. 


our projects in Kenya: 

Ucare Project started Project Kisumu in order to help children at risk in the area around Kisumu. Project Kisumu consists of two initiatives:  

 

Ucare Maisha center

In Kisumu, Ucare has opened a development center for orphans. Every day 130 children spends time at the center. 

The center is a safe place where the children who needs it the most receives help.

 

 
 
 

children´s education project

We believe that by helping children stay in school, they will have greater options later in life.  

We are giving financial aid to education by selling gift-cards. The value of the card goes directly to financing a child's education. 

 
 

our projects In TANZANIA

In Tanzania we have four projects:  

 

ucare family home

We are building a home in Arusha, Tanzania for orphans who can not be adopted or returned to family members. 

We are building a home where these children can live with foster parents,  a Family Home. Will you help us? 

 
 

 

Pamoja basketball project

Ucare supports a local basketball team in Arusha, Tanzania.

We believe that by engaging the youth in a healthy after-school activity and teaching them good core values in life, we are helping defeat poverty.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

project girl effect

Ucare wishes to promote women’s rights in the african society.

We are working to empower women so that they may become strong leaders in their community.  

 

 

a warm welcome

Help us to give babies a warm welcome to this world. 

We are knitting wool-incubators to premature babies. These young ones are not able to regulate their own body-temperature. By knitting wool-incubators we are helping them to stay warm.