Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 Our Vision: "an educated, healthy, HIV/AIDS free and God loving society in Uganda".
Priority projects of the month
 “PRAYER REQUEST ----- 117 ORPHANS OF TOORO HIGH SCHOOL WILL NOT GO TO SCHOOL THIS YEAR….”
Our Vision
Parents Concern envisages "an educated, healthy, HIV/AIDS free and God loving society in Uganda"
Our Mission
To provide support, education and skills to address HIV/AIDS and improve the general welfare of the young people, orphans and other valnarable children through a holistic aproach.
Our Values
+ Accountability
+ Credibility
+ Loyalty
+ Transparency
+ Voluntarism

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Parents Concern
CHAI ( COMMUNITY HIV/AIDS CONTROL INITIATIVE )

CHAI ( COMMUNITY HIV/AIDS CONTROL INITIATIVE )

Funded by GTZ through Basic Health Services, Uganda AIDS Commission (UAD ), Kabarole District Local Government- Health Department

This project is to build capacity of communities to manage and mitigate HIV/AIDS related problems. It is a project funded by Uganda Aids Commission working with community based organizations to combat AIDS and its effects. The community especially women and youth groups are encouraged to participate in the program. Parents Concern does more of the supervision and monitoring the progress of these community activities. The projects help to improve the welfare and the quality of life of orphaned children and those who take care of them.

Facilitate training councilors, home care providers, service providers for people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. Activities include providing support and grants for starting and sustaining development projects to child- headed homes, widows, facilitate training young people in livelihood and vocational skills to improve their own lives and to support promotion of school gardens and school feeding for schools.

To Advocate for children's rights, promote and encourage community participation in development programs and promote Youth friendly services in schools, homes and communities. To have effective advocacy one has to work with both print and electronic media to advocate for children and youth rights. The project is a great success as it is owned by the community themselves.