LEBENSzeichenAfrika e.V. (former LICHTzeichen aus Düsseldorf e.V.) is a German registered society which actively helps on the spot by supporting a choice of projects in Africa – like the SALEM School of Nursing in SALEM-Uganda, near Mbale.
Mbale CAP is a coalition against poverty, which comprises of Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and Local governments of three districts in Uganda. Mbale Cap was founded as a result of a community link between the Towns of Mbale in Uganda and Pontypridd in Wales.
RJW is a non-denominational Christian charity run by dedicated volunteers working in the UK, Africa (Uganda) and other countries. Their vision is to give young people the opportunities to reach out to others across the world less fortunate than themselves.
The aim of the Swiss foundation SALEM-HELVETIA is to support christian charities financially. It particularly funds programmes helping needy children and young people as well as programmes for drug addicts. The foundation supports the Children’s village in SALEM-Uganda.
The Stiftung Helfende Herzen (Foundation Helping Hearts) was founded to support especially the youth, disabled and elderly people. The foundation is supporting projects in different countries.
tugende means “Let’s go!” in Luganda, one of the many languages in Uganda. This tour operator offers multifaceted project and encounter tours to Africa. During the tour, participants visit SALEM-Uganda among other projects. The main focus of the tour is the encounter with local people.
Tukolere Wamue e.V. is an Association established under the impression and the experiences of living in developing countries. The foundation is supporting projects which promote long lasting solutions for social and environmental development.