We work to increase children's access to quality education through child sponsorships and bursary schemes focusing on
orphans and vulnerable children.
02/ Education & vocational skills
Our education program further seeks to establish educational centers that provide nursery, primary, and secondary schools, and vocational skills training centers where children have access to quality education.
We provide vocational skills to equip both male and female youths to engage in development activities. Vocational skills include but are not limited to the following: Computer and ICT skills, tailoring and dress making, hair dressing and salon management, carpentry and joinery and vocational areas.
Child Support Ministries Africa works in communities to bring about development in orphan care and support, child protection, education, music skills training, health, agribusiness, household income generation and vocational skills programs that benefit whole communities with a focus on orphans and vulnerable children, disadvantaged youth, and low income households.
01/ Orphans & vulnerable children
Children's Holistic Development: CSMA focuses on orphan care and support, and on the social, physical, mental, and spiritual growth of children and youth, and on helping children discover and nurture their
gifts and talents to their full potential. Activities include developing children's skills and talents in formal education, music, dance, drama, and the Arts, and sports activities. We seek to provide child sponsorships and scholarships for children and youth in Uganda.
Child protection: CSMA promotes and protects the rights of all children in Uganda. We protect children's rights to life, good health, education, decent shelter, belonging, property, skills development and clean environment, through prevention of child exploitation practices such as child labor, child soldiers, child sacrifices, early marriages, sexual abuse and other forms of child abuse.
Drilling boreholes, digging wells and protecting existing springs, rain water harvesting, irrigation and improving pit latrine facilities. Hygiene training in the communities.
04/ WASH (water, sanitation & hygiene)
03/ Agriculture & food security
Crop growing, animal rearing, poultry keeping, fish farming and bee keeping for both domestic consumption and commercial purposes.
Micro enterprises funded through microfinance services.
06/ Household income generation
05/ Health & HIV/AIDS intervention
HIV/AIDS prevention, care, counseling, treatment and advocacy.