What We Do


Nakusi generous society is dedicated to defending and advocating for the rights of the disadvantaged children and youth, so that we create for them avenues and opportunities to achieve productive and sustainable livelihoods, through education, care and support.

Description of our programs.

We run foster and vulnerable families provide school fees and supplies, healthcare, clothing, beddings, income generating activities, vocational skills for the children and youth, peer education and hospital visits. We conduct regular life skills camps and annual conferences for the children and youth.

We organize courses on human rights and Restorative Justice to empower the community to promote the rights of the disadvantaged and vulnerable children.

Global Youth Service Day

Every April we mobilize young people to design and implement service and learning projects to meet the needs of their community through volunteering.

Care Corner

Here we aim to alleviate child poverty so we collect unwanted items and in-kind donations of clothes, shoes, food stuff, beddings, and school supplies and give them to the identified less privileged children in our community.

Youth Centre for Skills Development

It is in its initial stage, meant to provide vocational skills to the jobless youth and women to start their own jobs. Currently we are offering computer, Art & Craft and tailoring classes