Biggi Family Project, is a Uganda based Non-Governmental Organisation, that offers a wide range of research, training and social transformation opportunities to less privileged communities across Uganda.
One of our core initiatives is to impart life-changing skills to vulnerable persons — teaching them how to process nutritional foods and medicine, as well establishing and managing small cottage industries.
Through the generous support of friends local and far afield, we occasionally collect and deliver clothes and day-to-day household supplies to elderly and orphaned rural and suburban households.
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In line with our commitment to social transformation, especially amongst the rural and urban poor, we have resolved to forge partnerships that will enable us provide subsidized education to several vulnerable children.x
Since 2002, we've worked tirelessly to enable several communities access nature friendly herbal medicine and healthier foods. We believe that it's through this that the chronically sick and frail can lead healthier lives.
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We believe women play a pivotal role in the transformation of our suburban and rural communities. We therefore engage them in several all year-round activities.
I learnt a lot at this year's technical skills workshop. Thanks Hellen and your team. I won't miss
— Mrs. T. Kirabo, Workshop Attendee
I was so down on my luck and you stepped in to help. My girl is very happy now to be at school like
— Mr. H. Mukasa, Bweya Junior School Parent
Technical Skills training - September
All throughout the year, we enroll individuals that wish to participate in our various sessions.
Technical Skills training - December
We will be running Group Skills training sessions this December. Should you wish to attend any of
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