Christian Counselling Fellowship (CCF)

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CCF provides education, healthcare, and livelihood opportunities to war affected women and children in Uganda

Christian Counselling Fellowship (CCF) is a community based organization in Pader, Northern Uganda committed to providing education, healthcare, and livelihood opportunities to war affected women and children.

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CCF began as a community-based organization (CBO) in 2002 with the bold vision of supporting child mothers returning from LRA captivity. Since its inception, the organization has broadened its vision and evolved from a CBO focused on offering psychological and spiritual counseling, to a multi-focused organization with a clear mission to respond to the plight of child mothers, orphans and vulnerable children and other vulnerable members of the community.

Today, together with its collaborating partners in the District and donors locally and abroad the organization is well known for its commitment towards the rights to education and promotion and protection of vulnerable children as well as a champion of alternative education for child mothers.

CCF provides a wide range of service in education, child protection, health care, and youth livliehoods.

To date, CCF has served more than 4,000 children who returned from LRA captivity.


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