Child sacrifice is increasing among the Uganda Communities both rural and urban areas. Some cases have been reported to the authorities and its believed many other cases have passed unnoticed thus leading to not only severe suffering of innocent children but also death.

All the culprits who have been caught in this criminal acts claim that the innocent children are sacrificed for wealth in local shrines and at construction sites to appease the gods.
However, this is a barbaric, inhuman criminal act that has violated the rights of innocent children and traumatized the parents of these victims.

This act therefore, calls for total condemnation and a serious sensitization campaign where respect for child rights can be the main subject and how the public can be watchful for the culprits. Therefore, we are inviting friends and well-wishers to join hands with us to fight this increasing criminal act in Uganda.

ABA Foundation will be running supplements in the newspapers and television stations not only to condemn these inhuman acts of defilement and child sacrifice but also to educate the public on how to respect child rights. We appeal to everybody to financially support this noble cause. A friend in need is a friend indeed!

We thank our partners, friends, donors and well-wishers from the depth of our hearts for supporting this noble cause and for all your efforts to promote the objectives of ABA Foundation.

We are looking forward to continue working with you to fulfill the objectives of ABA Foundation.

NIV: James 1:27. “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world”.

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The objectives of ABA Foundation is Helping People Live Better Life and to Promote the Socio - Economic Welfare of the Vulnerable Communities especially the Destitute Children, Orphans, Widows, Disaster Affected People and Poor Families affected by HIV / AIDS among others.

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