Nnina Olugero means: ‘I have a story, I have something to say’. It was founded in June 2012 with the main aim of empowering less fortunate people with relevant skills, knowledge and means to increase self-sustainability. The Nnina Olugero foundation works together with local organisations to enable a better future for the vulnerable people in Ugandan society.
Prevention, self-sustainability and empowerment are keys to our work.
Our mission is to equip less fortunate Ugandans with knowledge, skills and means to increase self-sustainability, empowerment and to work on the prevention of social-economic issues.
Our vision is that people can be self-involved because they everyone has their own piece of expertise. So you shouldn't take over a community but give people an opportunity for self-development which gives self-confidence and inspiration to do even more.
- Poverty and education
- Unwanted pregnancies and unsafe abortions
- Domestic violence and rights for women and children
- Health care
- Marginalized groups like commercial sex workers
- School youth
- HIV positive people
- Mentally/psychically disabled people
- Influential people like local leaders, (head) teachers, police (wo)men and nurses
- Street children
- Single (teen) mothers
We approach these problems through offering free interactive workshops, personal guidance and start-up kits to begin an agricultural business. We aim to make sure that our projects are working closely together so that individuals can be helped in a multidisciplinary way. For more information please visit our 'project page'.
We are both in the Netherlands as in Uganda officially registered under the Chamber of Commerce/NGO board.
We choose not to spend our money on expensive quality labels, but on the projects. We do have the Public Benefit Organisations status (PBO), also known as ANBI status, which mean that the taxes are deductible. For more information; Find out about our ANBI status here (in Dutch).
Year reports and projectplan (in Dutch):
Some of our partners: