Take A Child To School-Uganda (TACTS-UGANDA) is a registered Non-Government Organisation which was established in 2014 by Mr. Mubiru Mahad and a group of children rights activists and professionals in response to the increase of under privileged children with an ambition of facilitating them with educational and health services.
Take A Child To School Uganda is a charitable, indigenous and not-for-profit children centered organization established with a mandate of providing education, skills and improving the livelihoods of children in their homes. We are dedicated to supporting orphans, disabled and underprivileged children with scholastic materials, schools fees, soft skills and financial support to their guardians / grandparents as a way of empowering them to self-sufficiency. With over 200 children under our support and care, we have managed to address their plight by providing them with clean water, good learning environment, health facilities as well as food at school since 2014.
The School Bag Project
This is TACTS-UGANDA’s flagship project under school outreaches aimed at providing school children in rural areas with a bag full of all the required school materials. The project is implemented twice per term in partner schools. It has been implemented in different partner schools in Wakiso, Mukono and Buikwe districts. The school bag project has been implemented in the following schools so far impacting over 200 children;
- Imam Nawawi Islamic Primary School, Mende, Wakiso
- St. Aloysious Primary School,
- Nakisunga RC Primary School, Katosi, Mukono
- Kayunga Primary School, Kayunga
- Kawthara Bukoto School
- Nakivale Refugee Settlement, Nakivale, Isingiro
The Kijani Project
The Kijani Project is an environmental conservation intervention implemented once every quarter of the year. It involves the following activities;
- Community Agricultural mobilization
- Tree planting
- Waste Management
- Environmental Conservation
TACTS-UGANDA runs a scholar’s program where it helps children and parents with school fees problems stay in school. The organisation pays 100% of the school fees of the selected beneficiaries in its areas of operation. TACTS-UGANDA currently pays school fees for 28 children as well as providing them with scholarstic materials.
The Mukeeka ¨Project is a community empowerment program implemented once every quarter of the year. The project aims at providing soft skills to less previldged parents of the schools where TACTS-UGANDA visits in preferred vocations. The main objective is to realise economic self sustanence to enable them sustain their families.
Health Kit Program
Our Health Kit program provides medical intervention to those children, teenage mothers and HIV positive children. The Health Kit program also provides support to the disabled children in terms of physiotherapy and equipment to aid them in their mobility.
“Every rural child educated, skilled, healthy and having an improved livelihood”.
- To provide educational support to Orphans and Vulnerable children (OVCs) in terms of scholarships and materials at all levels.
- Provision of inclusive and friendly recreational facilities for Orphans and Vulnerable children, enabling a fun and good learning environment.
- To champion the plight of Orphans and Vulnerable children through provison of basic needs for proper mental and physical growth.
- To network and collaborate with different organisations with shared goals, objects and focus on OVCs.
- Empowerment of OVC parents and/or guardians with soft skills as a way of helping them achieve economic self sufficiency.
- Transformation of the lives of children and the elderly in impoverished areas.
- To address the plight of refugee children and their parents and/or guardians.
- To preserve the environment by cleaning up communities, planting trees and waste management.
TACTS-UGANDA maintains strict non-partisan political and empowerment neutrality. However, the organisation is focused on helping and closely working with communities of Wakiso, Mukono, Buikwe and Kayunga on the humanitarian front as well as removing obstacles to child development.
TACTS-UGANDA shall never relent discrimination based on race, sex, ethnicity, nationality, opinion or social calls of disruption and victimization.
TACTS-UGANDA bases the conception, relation management and assessment of its programs on professional standards and years of experience in order to maximize its efficient programming and resources in Wakiso, Mukono, Buikwe and Kayunga districts.
We value accountability for our actions and take full responsibility as well as embracing the best practices in all aspects of organisational management.
Respect to the people we work with (partners) and those we work for is of paramount importance to the success of our programming.
Team work is an engine of our programming, effectiveness and efficiency to achieve our goals together. It brings out the best of our synergies, corset of ability, comprehension and aptitude.
TACTS-UGANDA is committed to respecting policy of openness and encourages the availability of information and allocation of its funds and management. TACTS-UGANDA is also committed to provide guarantees to prove its good management.