Tororo, Uganda
Working with disadvantaged rural communities stabilising health, improving access to education and diversifying livelihood skills.

Tororo, Uganda

The people of Tororo are among the poorest in Uganda and face a multitude of poverty issues which include little or no access to livelihoods and healthcare, inadequate education resources in schools, entitlement deprivation and poor infrastructure.

The SAFE Foundation started working with our partner organisation TOCIDA in 2009 and have a long term commitment to improving the lives of the local people in a manner that respects their traditional culture and basic human rights.

The SAFE Foundation also sit on the board of Vale4Africa, a Vale of Glamorgan based group who also have aims and objectives towards improving the overall quality of life for people in Tororo, Uganda.

Tororo, Uganda Project Goals

Millennium Development Goals
The Tororo, Uganda project is helping to work towards these Millennium Development Goals. There are eight MDGs, ranging from halving extreme poverty to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by the target date of 2015 – form a blueprint agreed to by all the world’s countries and all the world’s leading development institutions. Find out more here.