Message from the New Executive Director!

Dear Friends of Beacon of Hope Uganda,

I am excited that I have joined Beacon of Hope Uganda as the new Executive Director. I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our online home.

We are a non-profit, mission-driven organization delivering support to children, youth and women in need while building their capacities. We are a different organization and I encourage you to spend some time on our website to understand why.

Since my first encounter with BoHU activities 8 years ago, I immediately saw love, care and respect for everyone and my dream was always to serve with this wonderful organization.

At this moment my biggest goal is to make absolutely sure people understand our mission, vision and objectives we stand for.  I and the team are passionate about making a difference in all communities where we serve.

I am very grateful to my predecessor, Mr. Ssamba. I feel honored and blessed for having worked under his guidance and I am grateful for his continued dedication to this organization.

BoHU is helped by community leaders, teachers, peer educators, social workers and community members to identify unfortunate children, youth and women who need support.

On behalf Beacon of Hope Uganda, I, Sandra Nakagiri, the Executive Director,  I extend my sincere gratitude and indebtedness to my fellow directors who stood all the challenges since the inception of this organization, your generous contributions; in terms of finance, moral, technical and social contributions has made BoHU what it is as we stand today.

In this 2018, you will be hearing and reading a lot more about our future plans and ongoing programs.

Please consider liking our facebook page, to join BoHU’s online community and stay current on pressing development issues and ways you can make a difference in the lives of people we serve.


Sandra Nakagiri (Ms.)

Executive Director

About Author: Beacon of Hope Uganda
Beacon of Hope Uganda designs and conducts programs which contribute to the welfare and social productivity of disadvantaged individuals and communities with an emphasis on children and youth. BoHU addresses some of the most pervasive problems in rural Uganda, including HIV/AIDS, malaria, hunger, education, poverty, access to clean drinking water, and orphaned children. In addition, it focuses on empowering the youth of Uganda empowering them with different skills and leadership training.

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