About Us

Maisha Holistic Africa Foundation is a social development organization that focuses on the well-being of children, youth and women. We're based on a Biblical and Christian foundation because we believe that God is the source of all life and Jesus Christ His Son is the solution to the world’s health, social, economic, and spiritual problems.



Empowering one Life to Save Generations



To support children, youth and women with a holistic approach to their health, social, economic and spiritual development and well being

  • HIV/AIDS has a caused the biggest number of orphaned and abandoned children. Over 900 babies are born with HIV and others abandoned every year in Uganda. HIV is on the rise among couples and it’s through these that mother-to-child transmission happen with few chances for the babies to thrive or survive. Those abandoned are usually dumped in dustbins, in bushes, on streets, on hospital facilities or in pit latrines. Social workers, hospital personnel, the Police or good Samaritans usually pick the lucky babies who survive and take them either to an orphanage, a hospital, a police station or very few to their own homes. The children grow up without knowledge of their roots, their lineage, their real identity, but most of all, without parental love. Child-abandonment breaches all fundamental parental roles of providing nurture, protection and guidance to one’s offspring, particularly during the most vulnerable stages of their lives. 
  • HIV/AIDs testing, counseling, awareness, and prevention programs among the Youth, Vocational training centers for school drop-outs, Talent development centers in natural talents and abilities, Provision of free ARVs for HIV infected youth, and Sharing with them the love of Christ and the fear of God and distribution of Bibles and Christian materials
  • Women are a very vulnerable people group. Women face a number of challenges in their marriages and in raising their children. Most times, the burden of looking after the family lies on them while the men resort to drinking and other women. Most women are infected due to the promiscuity of their husbands. These women carry out small farming projects to cater for the food to eat at home and sell off a small portion to meet other needs like scholastic materials for their children, salt, paraffin, and sugar. Others are in abusive and violent relationships and have no one to help.