Okran Foundation targets a family as a whole

Small deeds Big impacts

The lack of an education needs not interfere with our learning.

Skills

Okran Foundation equips uneducated individuals with skills to reclaim the great potential they possess.

Awareness and Empowerment

Our intention is to promote awareness and empowerment, fight illiteracy and encourage unity.

Learn from anywhere

Classes are taken to the community

Real people, real issues.

Okran Foundation is a faith based organization that is created with the intention to build, empower, raise and promote firm families through small acts of love and kindness.

2k

Graduated Students

124

Expert Instructors

600k

Lives impacted

1.5k

Jobs created

About us

Vision

Empowered God fearing families that are literate, exposed and self-sustaining.

Mission

Sharing the gospel with families through providing practical and soft skills to alleviate illiteracy, ignorance and poverty.

Goal

To build family empowerment towards literacy and self-sustainability through providing holistic practical and soft skills.

Events

Fundraiser Dinner

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Fairway Hotel

NOV 28 $29.99

Children`s Saturday workshops

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Nsangi

FEB 2019 FREE

Awareness launch of Okran foundation

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Nsangi

JULY 27 FREE

Children/youth's camp

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Nsangi

JULY 29 FREE

Vocational and soft skills trainings

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Nsangi

SEP 9 FREE

Change is the end result of all our work.

Uganda has the highest rate of teenage pregnancy in Sub-Saharan Africa with over 25% pregnancies among teenagers registered every year. This onsets immense responsibility on teenagers at a very early stage in life, which subsequently leads to school dropouts and other social issues. To combat these issues; Okran foundation uses faith to bring in as many youths as possible for vocational training, counselling and guidance. This is important in giving the Ugandan youths many of whom hardly go past ordinary level of education a chance to self sustenance. We believe that we are not defined by out past and the future belongs to every youth regardless of the background.

Beneficiaries' stories

“An orphaned mother of two didn't get a chance to education, she learnt tailorng in the second phase of Okran outreach skills injection, and is now an instructor at Okran.”

Nakimbugwe Hanifah

Tailor and instructor

“From homeless to self employed, With the skills, he learnt at Okran's workshops, Mukisa started a Catering business”

Joachim Mukisa

Caterer

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Partners

Small deeds. Big impacts.

At Okran foundation we strongly believe in the power of working together as a family, village, community, country and the globe at large in a bid to eradicate poverty and illiteracy and improve livelihood.