Child Focus Uganda (ChiFU) is a Community Based Organisation which was founded in November 2012 by MrsNalunga Florence M in response to many mentally/ physically handicapped children /who are greatly discriminated in the community

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Our main bjective is to intervene particularly in the health and education sector of these mentally/physically handicapped children/ youth whose lives and education has been greatly hindered by the ongoing discrimination

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Child Focus Uganda (ChiFU) started with three children and now we have 35 children. Although the 15can make up to the centre for training but we have a group of others (20) in a severe state whom we consider under the outreach program. This makes a total of 35 intellectually/physically children and youth! help us to support ..

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Payment of tuition is very hard because parents find it hard to pay school fees because they consider them as misfortunes

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what we do at CHIFU

We work with individuals, family foundations, wealth advisors and donor-advised funds to drive CHIFU foundation giving in support of strategies that scale-up solutions to significant social problems.

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