Empowering through Education

Our Model

Omuto Uganda is a non-profit organization poised to proffer a helping hand to the vulnerable and orphaned Ugandan child by creating seamless access to quality, Christ-centered education through one of its invaluable projects, The Emmaus School.

Our prime objective is to see that the less advantaged and impoverished children can have a chance to study, although this can only be achieved if someone from the outside is inspirited to help with whatever they can.

The Emmaus School is constantly growing (currently we have 632 students and 22 staff) and increasing enrollment as it has developed a very strong reputation in the local district. Parents are desperate to see their children fed, educated and cared for. You can choose to give a one time financial gift in support of the Emmaus School or through recurring monthly gifts of $25, $50, or $100 or any amount you choose. Recurring gifts help to pay a teacher’s salary, provide scholastic materials as well as twice daily meals for each child. There is a space to indicate the class you are supporting or the nature of your donation on the online donation page.

VISIT US When you decide to come to explore the golden infinity of Uganda’s beauty, you relish the opportunity of meeting the wonderful children whose lives are changed by your trip. For more information about the humanitarian safaris, please visit our Kisa Safaris webpage.


Thank you all so much for supporting me through prayers and donations on my trip to Uganda. I have been journaling a bit about my adventures so far, and I thought it would be fun to share a little bit about what is going on in this part of the world.
We intend to establish a corn mill plant at Kizigo, Buikwe district, with a chief aim of creating a sustainable local economy within the community, and also to help local farmers to upgrade from subsistence to commercial farmin
In brief, we are believing in God for funds directed towards the construction of the Girl’s Dormitory which will not only provide accommodation to the poor girl child who resides awfully long miles away from the school but will also help