You can change one child's future Today!


Did you know that majority of the families in Sub-Saharan Africa live in rural areas? And did you know that between 40-50% of the 496 million children in Sub-Saharan Africa live below the Poverty line? Becasuse of poverty, these children have, been locked out of the one proven path out – a quality education


Contrary to the free education we get in the US, the greatest barrier for these underprivileged children is the cost of school fees and scholastic materials. The associated cost of education has pushed over 33.8 million children in Subsaharan Africa out of School.


Edu Child Foundation International Inc. addresses this challenge with a simple three-step model:


We identify and partner with quality local schools in rural Uganda.


We find promising children near these schools who cannot afford the costs of their education.


We provide these promising children with Education scholarships and after-school mentoring.

Donate towards Scholastic Materials

Your Donation will be spent on procuring books, pens, school shoes, school bags, and other school requirements for rural  underprivileged children under our care in Uganda

"If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants."

(Isaac Newton)

Together, We Are Creating A Better World - One Child At A Time

Let’s Rewrite Their Stories

Become A Child Sponsor Today!

The impact even small donations can make to a child and his or her family in rural Uganda where we work through our partners at Edu Child Foundation Uganda is enormous.  The average cost to send one rural Ugandan child to school (fees, uniforms, books, school supplies, etc,) for ages 5 to 12 is only $240 a year, and $350 a year for ages 13 to 18.

You can sponsor a child’s education and give them an opportunity to learn, grow and prosper.  Please consider becoming an ECFI Inc. Child Sponsor and permanently change one child’s future. By choosing to become a child sponsor today, you will help turn the lights on for an underprivileged child in rural Uganda?