Welcome to the online home of Beacon of Hope Uganda (BoHU)! We are glad that you are here to learn more about us! BoHU is a community based sustainable development organization, founded in 2006 in Mukono district. BoHU provides long-term sustainable solutions to problems in rural Uganda which are mainly caused by poverty.

  • Culture Diversity

    Culture Diversity

    The culture of Uganda is made up of a diverse range of ethnic groups. Lake Kyoga forms the northern boundary for the Bantu-speaking people, who dominate much of East, Central, and Southern Africa. In Uganda, they include the Baganda and several other tribes In the north, the Lango and the Acholi peoples predominate, who speak Nilotic languages. To the east are the Iteso and Karamojong, who speak a Nilotic language, whereas the Gishu are part of the Bantu and live mainly on the slopes of Mt. Elgon. They speak Lumasaba, which is closely related to the Luhya of Kenya. A few Pygmies live isolated in the rainforests of western Uganda. [Read More]
  • Education System

    Education System

    The system of education in Uganda has a structure of 7 years of primary education, 6 years of secondary education (divided into 4 years of lower secondary and 2 years of upper secondary school), and 3 to 5 years of post-secondary education. The majority of literate Ugandans go through two basic levels of education i.e. primary and secondary schools and very few make progress to university and other tertiary institutions [Read More]
  • Friendly People

    Friendly People

    Uganda is a country of amazing uniqueness. Its friendly people, mystic cultural sites and natural endowment assure visitors of an elegant adventure. In this beautiful country, you will find contrasts at every turn. From the moment you land at Entebbe with its breathtaking equatorial location on the shore of Lake Victoria, it is clear Uganda is no ordinary destination. [Read More]
  • Unique Villages

    Unique Villages

    Beacon of Hope Uganda aims to improve the living conditions for the rural poor regardless of their faith, origin or gender with an emphasis on children, youth and women. We envision a future in which Uganda has realized its vast human and resource potential and, through training, investment, and partnerships. [Read More]
  • Natural Beauty & Wildlife

    Natural Beauty & Wildlife

    Uganda has an extraordinary natural beauty and significant untapped tourism potential. From the highest mountain range in Africa — the Mountains of the Moon — to the mighty Nile, Uganda is filled with natural beauty. So, it’s only natural that there is a variety of wildlife and flora found within the country’s boundaries. More than half of the world’s endangered mountain gorillas, over 1,000 bird species, along with seven out of the 18 plant kingdoms, and more than 340 mammal species find sanctuary in Uganda. Uganda is also home to many vast lakes, including Lake Kyoga, Lake Albert, and one of the world’s biggest lakes, Lake Victoria, in the south. Lake Victoria is so massive, it prevents the temperature from varying and helps increase rainfall. [Read More]


Together with the communities we serve we have identified 5 key areas where change needs to have a positive impact if poverty is to become a challenge of the past: Education, Agriculture, Health, Water, Environment and Community Development. 

What We Do


Healthcare is neither easily accessible nor affordable for many people living in the rural areas of Uganda. As a result, an overwhelming number of Ugandans never receive proper healthcare. People in rural villages face health concerns [Read More]

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Beacon of Hope Uganda’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) aid project provides sustainable and integrated services in rural and isolated areas, breaking the cycle of contamination caused by unsanitary latrines, contaminated water and unsafe hygiene [Read More]

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Education plays the central role in escaping generational poverty. It has been estimated that for every year a child stays in school, their future earning potential increases by 10-20 percent. Unfortunately, many families in poverty [Read More]

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Beacon of Hope Uganda’s agriculture development program strives to improve the livelihoods of rural communities in Uganda through improved agriculture practices and technologies that are environmentally sustainable (such as pest management, soil and water conservation [Read More]

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Beacon of Hope Uganda is improving the life of vulnerable and marginalized communities through a number of  grassroots development programs that are focusing on capacity empowerment, economic empowerment and social development projects. The goal of [Read More]

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Uganda has lost nearly a third of its forest in the last two decades and could lose most of its tree cover in about 40 years unless measures are quickly taken to reverse the situation, [Read More]


We are privileged to work in some of the most beautiful rural communities in Uganda. These wonderful communities also have some of the poorest people and at risk youth, women and children.

Current Projects

Kibuku District

Kibuku District is a district in Eastern Uganda and its one of the poorest districts in Uganda. It is named after its ‘chief town’, Kibuku, where the district headquarters are located and where Beacon of [Read More]

Current Projects

Kayunga District

Kayunga District is a district in Central Uganda. Like most other Ugandan districts, it is named after its ‘chief town’, Kayunga and its one of the poorest districts in Uganda. Kayunga District is bordered by [Read More]

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Gomba District

Gomba is a district in Central Uganda and also among the poorest districts in the country. Gomba District is bordered by Mubende District to the west and north, Mityana District to the northeast and Butambala [Read More]

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Kaliro District

Kaliro District is a district in the Eastern Region of Uganda and one of the poorest districts in Uganda. Kaliro town is the site of the district headquarters and home of Beacon of Hope Uganda [Read More]

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Buyende District

Buyende District is a district in Eastern Uganda and one of the poorest districts of the country. It is named after Buyende, the ‘chief town’ in the district and the location of the district headquarters. [Read More]

Current Projects

Mukono District

Mukono is one of the districts in the Central Region of Uganda. The town of Mukono is home to the district’s main commercial center and district headquarters and here is where Beacon of Hope Uganda’s [Read More]

Who We Work with

Beacon of Hope Uganda is privileged to work with companies, businesses, government departments, nonprofits and international organizations who share the same vision and mission towards sustainable development. Some of our notable partners include but not limited to: Volunteering Solutions, Frontier, SunTrack Adventureshowareyou….Read More