Fighting a problem of economic crisis and vulnerability in Uganda.
Muwanika is a native of Iganga District in Uganda and he has worked in the rescue organisation in Iganga as a community mobiliser. He is head of sports and culture in Iwawu village and Iwawu parish under youth committee for the last four years. He received a bachelor degree in social work and social administration from Kampala International University with a focus in community social work and change.
Muwanika's devotion for the charity organisation as a beneficiary of education,water and agriculture(food) program in Iganga, Busoga sub - region in Uganda nearly 3 years ago. This experience gave him a deep appreciation for how charity work seek to improve the quality of life for our region; one program at a time. His project, 'Our Social' is working with Amy Varle and her team at Socially Homes through our Global Gatherings social impact network, working to bring help to this much needed orphanage. We will bring monies and further resources to enable Muwanika to take part in our Spreading Organic Farming in Africa [SOFAfrica] project with Simon Murungi.
Muwanika shared this message with us.
Children are identified as a vulnerable group, especially children with a single mother or parents ( there is no welfare support system for these families). Children with out families since play a big part as social welfare system. Children as carers. Boys, girls and their mothers have responsibilities in the home and emerging trends."Muwanika Fahad, Our Social Uganda