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  • Fund for War-Affected Children and Youth in Northern Uganda
  • c/o Mary Page
  • 140 S. Dearborn Suite 1100
  • Chicago, Illinois 60603
  •  Phone: 504.314.2714

Youth Leadership Project: Changing Lives

Meet Alfred Okello -- moto driver and orphan turned accountant and social worker thanks to a university scholarship from the Gulu NGO Forum Youth Leadership Project, funded by the Uganda Fund.


Pader Girls on CCTV!

Check out this video featuring students from Pader Girls Academy (PGA) addressing the drop out rate among Ugandan girls. PGA, as always, makes important contributions to the conversation about educating vulnerable populations of girls in northern Uganda and throughout the world. “Educating a girl is educating a nation!”


MacArthur Foundation Video on Pader Girls Academy

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has supported the Uganda Fund’s efforts since its inception. They recently produced a powerful video about the work being done at the Pader Girls Academy.

Portrait of the Uganda Fund

Created by Students of the World, this video captures the essence of the Uganda Fund and two of its funded projects. Enjoy!

Video of Grace, PGA Graduate
December 2011

Grace was a vocational student at PGA studying catering and hotel management. She is now employed at a restaurant in Pader town as part of the Christian Counseling Fellowship's work.

Pader Girls Academy Head Girl Makes Headlines During Visit to London, July 2010

Uganda Fund Video for CGI Annual Meeting

Uganda Fund video that aired at the Clinton Global Initiative 2009 annual meeting.


Pauline, Head Girl at Pader Academy

This is Pauline. She is 19, in Grade 10 at the Pader Girls Academy, which is funded by The Uganda Fund. At age 11, Pauline was abducted by the LRA and spent 7 years in captivity in the bush where she suffered horrific violence. Pauline is one of scores of former sex slaves who now learn and live in the safety of the Pader Girls Academy, receiving a high school education. The vast majority of girls in these situations have children as a result of rape, which makes them ineligible for Ugandan public schools. The Pader Girls Academy is the only school in northern Uganda to educate girls who are pregnant or have children. It truly serves the most vulnerable of the vulnerable. Pauline was recently elected Head Girl of the Academy. She is a most impressive young woman and a testament to the strength of the human spirit! Pauline is being interviewed in this video by Ambassador Allan Rock, Chair of the Uganda Fund.

US Office - Get In Touch

  •  Fund for War-Affected Children and Youth in Northern Uganda
  • c/o Mary Page
  • 140 S. Dearborn Suite 1100
  • Chicago, Illinois 60603
  •  Phone: 504.314.2714



Gulu Office - Get In Touch

  •  Uganda Fund
    Plot 3 Erinayo Oryema Road
    P.O. Box 1541
    Gulu, Uganda
  •  Phone: +256.790.916.017
  •  Skype: Uganda.Fund
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