WECO Uganda started as a home for orphaned and vulnerable children. WECO Uganda founders, Meddie Sseremba and his mother Maama Fatima had a vision to rescue children from dire situations. As you can imagine, in 2018, their vision and dream began to truly take shape. What started as a dream to care for a few children, became a vision to transform entire communities.
Gradually, each of WECO Uganda's projects was added in response to the needs of the vast community. As the years have passed by, new needs and new opportunities have presented themselves. WECO Uganda approaches each new project possibility with an open mind and a desire - not to give hand outs - but to empower families to stay together.
WECO Uganda child care program is aimed at raising up the next generation of Ugandan children in such a way that they understand their incredible value and are equipped to go out and change the world!
Education For All
WECO Uganda believes in the power of education to help end poverty. We work to give children the education they need and fight the inequalities that stand in their way.
Feeding the Nation
No child should have to wonder where their next meal will come from. Yet every 15 seconds around the world, another child dies from hunger and related causes. We are delivering food relief packages.
Children are the future of the world. Hence, we strive to provide the better education for our children, so that they can make our world more beautiful. In order to provide valuable education, we are building the state-of-the-art infrastructure.
There are various areas, where the children are exploited and deprived of their basic rights. In order to support child equality, we have processed the campaign to support child equality.
Our mission is to provide the finest medical care and treatment for every kind of disease to the child. We initiate campaign to reach to remote areas and help doctors as well as strive to provide all kinds of required medicines
Where we work
Luvule Village : Masaka district, Uganda
We work in remote and rural regions of Uganda where many people are surviving below the poverty line; meaning children are leaving school without the basic skills they need.
WECO Uganda know that each community we support is different. We take time to understand their unique needs and pride ourselves on the relationships we maintain. We employ local staff, not just with expertise in our projects, but in the social and cultural environments in which they work.