The Future is Today

Giving back through life-changing experiences.

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About Us

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RISKS, CHALLENGES AND ASSUMPTIONS

RISKS, CHALLENGES AND ASSUMPTIONS

RISKS, CHALLENGES AND ASSUMPTIONS

 

Refugee children bare the emotional and physical scars of war and loss of family. The support of the community is integral as part of their recovery so they can properly develop socially, physically, and emotionally with their peers, their future families, and the community.


. Lack of sufficient funds to facilitate all projects.

. Language barrier as a result poor communication with the community.

. Difficulty in accessing information regarding the refugee system in Uganda.

Lack of shelter for children refugees.

Lack of enough skills among refugee children.

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Our History

RISKS, CHALLENGES AND ASSUMPTIONS

RISKS, CHALLENGES AND ASSUMPTIONS

 War and conflict in Uganda’s neighboring countries left many children without parents, forcing them to seek refuge in Uganda. Upon arriving at Uganda’s urban centers, they become homeless and subject to abuse by members of the community and local police. The Future is Today strives to provide refugee orphan children with a loving home and a promising future. 

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GOALS

RISKS, CHALLENGES AND ASSUMPTIONS

Our Mission

Our goal is to provide each refugee child with access to education, medical and mental health services, independent living skills, and all the tools necessary for success. 


It is also our goal that upon arrival to the home, we guide refugee children through the registration in Uganda in order for them to become asylum-seekers and possibly obtain resettlement in a third country

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Our Mission

Our Mission

Our Mission

 We provide refugee orphan children with access to education, medical, mental health services, independent living skills, and all the tools necessary for success. When the children reach 18, the children are capable of supporting themselves. 

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Our homes

Our Mission

Our homes

 We provide to the orphans with a loving and nurturing environment to grow up in. Over 1300 orphan refugees comfortably reside in our safe haven, where we provide emergency medical assistance, food, and basic necessities. Our experienced foster parents nurture children until they can support themselves. 

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OBJECTIVES

Our Mission

Our homes

To improve the well-being of refugee children by providing physical, emotional and mental health services.

To provide happiness to refugee children through providing them with ability to engage and develop socially, physically, spiritually, and emotionally with their peers, family, and community.

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Access to Education

Access to Education

Access to Education

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Limited access to quality and relevant education.

Safety and Security

Access to Education

Access to Education

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Limited access to quality health services.

Gender Inequality

Access to Education

Gender Inequality

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Gender inequality.

Promise

Teaching

Gender Inequality

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Some of children are becoming homeless and subject to abuse by members of the community. This project strives to provide orphan children with a loving home, education and a promising future.

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching

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Through availing education, this project will seek to assist in the process of teaching a new language, a new culture, and proper integration into a new community with support of teachers.

water

Teaching

Teaching

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The nearest source of water is about 5 km away. If  children cannot fetch water, we have to pay RFR100 for someone to do it for them. We need to build our water. 

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Life in Refugee Camp. We have to fight everyday. 

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 When refugees are displaced by conflict or disaster, life as they once knew suddenly comes to an end. Their jobs, their homes, their dreams and plans – all gone. One of our Program’s key roles is to help them rebuild their resilience so they can start over. 

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 If she can take care herself and her sick brother, we can at least providing them a education.