Nurture Africa is a non-governmental organisation registered both
internationally and in Uganda. The organisation has a targeted
focus upon providing access to healthcare, education
and economic empowerment through business training and
micro-finance projects, and mainstreams child rights and
gender equality throughout its projects.
We are are non-denominational and non-political organisation.
We operate an established volunteer programme for students and
professionals which includes structured short-term placements in
Uganda; enabling participants to support our work, learn about the
success' and challenges of international development and work
hand in hand with our Ugandan staff to serve the communities
Nurture Africa exists to serve
Travel Advise Uganda:
Joint advisory on Ebola virus disease in Uganda from Government of Uganda and World Health Organisation
As of 28th October 2019, the Ministry of Health would like to officially declare the end of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak which occurred in Kasese District. The declaration comes after completion of 42 days of the post-EVD surveillance countdown period for the
contacts of the last confirmed case, as per the World Health Organization (WHO) requirement for declaring an end to an outbreak of any Viral Haemorrhagic Fever (VHF).
Therefore the Ministry of Health in Uganda reiterates that Uganda is safe and all national and international travellers are free to travel to and within the country.