Our Impact

1,000 Children
Every child should grow up safe and happy. We offer support to help them thrive – and step in to help when times get tough

We work to improve the lives of children, young people and families in rural Uganda. We do this by building solid foundations and spotting problems early

How We Measure Impact

At Omuto, we believe that impact is a cycle. Our work aims to set in motion a cyclical process of impact based on three key themes: learning, leading and growing. We conduct ongoing impact assessments together with the students, parents and teachers in our communities to quantify the impact our work is having, whilst identifying strengths and weaknesses. Ultimately, we hope to create an ongoing data infrastructure that is integrated within our work, capturing the perceptions of communities so that our work can continue to be driven by genuine local needs while becoming increasingly efficient and
Our definition of impact, below, captures the core values of Omuto's vision and central mission

LEARN: Developing personally; gaining knowledge, skills and confidence; encouraging action. Are
young people learning?

LEAD: Acting to inspire and empower others, enabling growth. Are projects led and driven locally, and are
young people being encouraged to be leaders in their communities?

GROW: Empowerment takes hold; Omuto´s long-term and self-sustaining focus leads to ongoing and continuous growth of individuals and their communities. What goes on to happen as a result of this project?

Our Commitment

Omuto Foundation is committed to helping children in poverty in remote places, no matter where or how difficult. Your faithfulness makes our mission come to life everyday, as we create smiles that last for children in poverty

Our contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals

Through our efforts together with partners, we aim to have an impact on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the global goals for peace and prosperity adopted by the United Nations in 2015.

We are committed to taking action to contribute to building a sustainable future for children. 

Find out more about how we support the SDGs.

Since 2019, Omuto Foundation, an independent, nonpartisan, non-governmental organisation which is incorporated under the laws of Uganda, improves the lives of marginalized children by nurturing young talents, challenging child poverty, and upholding their rights.