Donations to UFVRA Australia are Tax Deductible
Your gift builds hope among disadvantages communities in Africa, and other part of the world.
Your Donations enables vulnerable children, refugees and women to leave the streets and gain new skills to support their families and gain greater safety and opportunity. Your gift also facilitates education and medical programs to help prevent the spread of diseases amongst youth and disadvantages communities. Thank you for all you make possible
Help Disadvantage Orphans
Helps Uganda orphans and children living in extreme poverty lead healthier, more productive lives. Program priorities emphasize the education, Protection, well-being, and safety of young girls and the fight against female genital mutilation and childhood marriage in African regions.
Your assistance Bridges the healthcare gap by distributing surplus medical supplies and equipment to underserved communities in Africa and emerging countries. Provides equipment ranging from hospital beds and ultrasound machines, to gloves, sutures and wound dressings.
Viola For Kibera slum Project
Viola for kibera project, was develops to supports local leaders, catalyses positive change and alleviates poverty in the Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya. Viola has been driven by local children needs, Viola project advance, food support, non food items, education, ethnic cooperation, gender equality and economic development.
Charity Organizations that work in Kenya
Viola for kibera work throughout Nairobi need areas, such Eestleigh its surrounding. Viola for Kibera is grassroots project that a child got trumatised when exposed to kids that survive through street food, working with partners in kibera we are help children, families, and communities. If you want to support the work of a Viola young girl age of 4, please contribute online donation page, please visit the Donate
Education For All Children
We provide talented, disadvantaged orphans with high school and scholarships, intensive mentoring, leadership training and career preparation, enabling graduates to successfully enter Africa’s workforce where they are.