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The Mission of ABA Foundation is Helping People Live Better Life and to Promote the Socio - Economic Welfare of the Vulnerable Communities especially the Destitute Children, Orphans, Widows, Disaster Affected People and Poor Families affected by HIV / AIDS among others. https://youtu.be/Kkp0vieZJCM https://youtu.be/JnEzzV3h0Vk https://youtu.be/-pcExyNapZA https://www.givingway.com/organization/aba-foundation, https://www.givingway.com/donate/aba-foundation, Website: https://abafoundationafrica.org/. Our volunteering website link: https://volunteeralliance.org/cbo/aba-foundation. Our Face book page: https://www.facebook.com/www.abafoundationafrica.org/
ABA Foundation is a Non Governmental and Non - Profit Organization registered under the laws of Uganda. ABA Foundation is validated by an "Apostille" based on The Hague Convention held on 5th October 1961, (Certificates issued by one country can be officially legalized in other countries).
The objectives of ABA Foundation is Helping People Live Better Life and to Promote the Socio - Economic Welfare of the Vulnerable Communities especially the Destitute Children, Orphans, Widows, Disaster Affected People and Poor Families affected by HIV / AIDS among others.
Uganda has been through several Humanitarian Crisis including Civil Conflict, Food Crisis, Floods, Refugee influx, Persistent Droughts, Human Trafficking, HIV/AIDS Pandemic etc. This has left the People in Uganda in Great Need of Resources, including Medical Resources to help with the Major effects these Crises have had on the overall Health of the Nation.
Uganda is a country slightly smaller than the state of Oregon, USA and is home to more than 35 million people. Uganda, while having a relatively stable government and substantial natural resources, is still a country with much suffering. The 44 year average life-span is evidence of the harsh social climate. Disease and war have taken the toll of the people of Uganda.