Poverty Release

Poverty Release

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  • Health and well being / research and care
  • Education
  • Poverty relief
  • Young people

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Poverty release specialises on the relief of poverty, sickness and distress, the advancement of education and the promotion and protection of good health among those in need of assistance by charitable means for the public benefit.

Our beneficiaries are vulnerable children and young adults in dire need of assistance, we also aim to work in the UK by partnering with local charities specialising on assisting young adults with gang related issues.


We are currently working with a local charity in Uganda with 100s of orphaned children by HIV/AIDS, and accidents who are currently staying in semi-permanent structure (grass-thatched house) made out of combination of mat, reeds, wood and dry star grass as the roofing. There is urgent need of the children to have improved permanent shelter/ a place they can call a home.
Our aim is to have improved and sustainable home care (orphanage) in the community, most of these orphaned children at the ages of 4-6 years had lost both of their parents and the children are being crushed by HIV/AIDS. Many are sick, suffering cruel deprivations, and are frightened and alone in a world where there is yet another burden. These children are stigmatized, made to feel ashamed by the source of their suffering, HIV/AIDS at a tender age. Building the orphanage home means these children can have a better life and education

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