Through the provision of clean and safe water to rural schools and communities of Luwero and Nakaseke. CGC work closely with Drop Foundation, Drop was established in Canada with the major goal of raising funds to dig one well each year for children in Uganda. Every year drop constructs one borehole for the communities and Schools of Luwero and Nakaseke Districts. Thanks to Drop foundation for this high quality support rendered to the people of Uganda clean and safe water save life and eliminate disease like dysentery,Typhoid and cholera.
Dr. Ann Hayes is a Pediatrician who worked in Uganda in 1980 with the Department of Pediatrics at Mulago Hospital, she continued to have an interest in Uganda and a commitment to the children of Uganda. In 2000, in collaboration with Fred Kasozi, his family and colleagues, she helped found Concern for the Girl Child. She is a USA/Canadian Citizen who lives with her two daughters in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Ann Hayes the patron of CGC and has been very instrumental in our work.
CGC was honoured as one of the organizations selected to recieve the foundation's grant towards transportation/communications support. Many thanks to DANICA foundation for supporting our cause.
Kiwatule Rotary Club has been very instrumental in the implementation of the Health programme of CGC. Through this programme, CGC seeks to improve the health of the girlchild through sensitization, medical check-ups and giving out sanitary towels. Kiwatule Rotary Club quarterly donates sanitary towels to the girls. We are so grateful to them for their support.
Individual donors from the United States and Canada donate to CGC through Charities Aid Foundation America (CAF America). We wish to thank CAF for their financial support.