Who we Are:

SMILE CHILDREN’S ORGANIZATION UGANDA (SCOU)

Is a Community Based Organization (CBO) supporting Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC). It was founded by a generous individual, CHARLES KIMERA, in 2016 and fully registered in 2020 .

For Chidlren's Rights

Caring for all Children to support a better future for them.

Community Centred Support

Taking Care of the Most Valunerable Community members

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6 years
of Community Support

Our featured Program

Health Program

We help vulnerable children who are victims of HIV/Aids and other calamities like domestic violence , rejection and promotion of sanitation and personal hygien.

We provide support and help to the vulnerable poor who have health problems that need critical help such as surgeries , medication.

70 Children

Supported with Medical Treatment

30Seniors

Provided with Health Care
Through Christ We Care

Support Programs

Through several Programs, we care for orphaned, Children, the Valunerable Families affected by Poverty, Bussiness support to Small Businesses & Many more;

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A Short Look

At Our Programs

Many families and needy children don't posses bedding materials such as blankets , bedsheets , mattresses etc which exposes them to health problems. With the efforts of our sponsors we provide bedding materials to these people and this problem affects mostly young young children and babies:
Through Smile Children's Organization Uganda we stand to get a resolution to the above mentioned challenge

Beddings Project

Working with friends ,donors and sponsors of Smile Children's Organization Uganda we help to provide accommodation by constructing houses to the vulnerable poor .
Many people here in Uganda sleep in houses that are not in good condition and this has led to massive loss of lives during the storm and rainy season as houses fall down which leads to loss of lives

Housing Project

Uganda remains among the poorest nations in the world despite reducing it's poverty rate in 1993 55.4% of the population was below the poverty line this decreased to 19.7% by 2013 although poverty overall fell between 1993 and 2016 they rose slightly between 2013 and 2016:
For this matter we empower the most vulnerable poor through Agricultural projects such as Poultry farming & farming, fruit growing & others to fight poverty

Empowerment & Job creation