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Peculiar Child Care Support (PCCS)

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Education & Literacy
  • Faith-Based
  • Women


Plot 934 Bombo Road, Makerere KavuleP.O Box 21062 Kampala Uganda (East Africa)Kampala, Kawempe Division, Kampala District 21062Uganda Uganda

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To take action for fundamental change and development to eradicate poverty in the communities of Uganda.


Who We Are;
Peculiar Child Care Support (PCCS) is a registered non-profit organization working to support and address critical issues facing vulnerable children and youth in impoverished communities of Uganda Africa

we work with both local and international volunteers to provide basic daily needs, education, healthcare, vocational skills and resources to needy families and vulnerable young people to create and establish sustainable solutions for community growth.

At PCCS, we believe in the power of partnership and volunteering to enrich the lives of vulnerable young people in the communities and projects are basically community-based and sustainable

Our Passion
To ensure that our grassroots efforts supports sustainable initiatives that drive social change, improves the lives of underprivileged people and produces a profound impact on education, health and welfare of the communities we serve

We have a wide range of activities, projects and events to compliment the variable individual needs of our young people and we're honored to run some of these in partnership with our local partners and support of volunteers from all around the world to implement sustainable development initiatives for community growth, education and social transformation.

What We Do
1. Youth Empowerment (Leadership Training & Vocational Skills)
2. Education/Teaching project
3. Water and Sanitation
4. Medical Care outreach
5. Community Development


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