Nurture Africa

Nurture Africa
54 Pembroke Road
Co Dublin

Not-For-Profit Information

Nurture Africa is a small Dublin based NGO, set up in 2003 to provide health care and education for Ugandan AIDS orphans and those children infected with HIV.

How does Nurture Africa help them
We give them the highest standard of health care and education available.

What impact does Nurture Africa have on their lives

We prevent the HIV infected children from dying by gaining them access to lifesaving anti - retroviral medication which stops the HIV replicating in their bodies.
We enable the orphans to stay in school. This will eventually lead to them going to university, getting a job and becoming a positive influence in Ugandan Society.

Why does Nurture Africa exist

To ensure that the most vulnerable children in the developing world receive the same health care and education as any child in the developed world.

We have several programmes running in Uganda

1. HIV Community Care Exit Empowerment

2. Sponsorship Programme

3. Kesengejee Community Resource Centre

4. A-Z Childrens Library

5. Schools Twinning Programme

6. Peer Education

Number of paid employees: 
51-250 employees
Current board size: 
Annual turnover: 
€1,000,000 - €5,000,000
Not-for-Profit focus: 
Advocacy, Civil and Human Rights, International Development, Children and Families, Business and Enterprise Development, Disability


Office Address

54 Pembroke Road
Co Dublin