Marianne Foundation – Empowering women, Ending poverty

Care about a girl child

The Introduction of UPE led to increase in Enrollment for all primary and secondary schools. However, over 67% of those who start Primary don’t finish the seventh year and the same trends of drop outs are evident in Secondary schools.

Access to Clean Water.

Global crisis
Nearly 90%of Uganda’s 40+ million people live in small towns and rural areas and roughly two thirds of them lack access to clean water. Poor sanitation worsen the problem. Water borne diseases and infant mortality are wide spread.

Women home businesses.

With partnership from Hope seeds Inc, Day3seeds and Lutheran Church of Uganda, over 120 women in Ibanda district were trained in vegetable growing, value addition and nutrition! Many seeds were freely distributed and we are grateful to the partners who paid for these seeds.

Welcome to Marianne Foundation for youth Development.

we a registered not for profit. a company limited by Guarantee. we are registered by the registrar of company as No. 80020001212310 with focus on empowering youths to save this world, one day at a time! our interlocking bricks, curved and in curved, use marram as we discourage the use of our loam soils which is needed for farming. we are equipping youths with informal training especially girls. empower a girl, empower a nation. join us!

Our motivation.

So many people will tell you ”no”, and you need to find something you believe in so hard that you just smile and tell them ”watch me”. Learn to take rejection as motivation to prove people wrong. Be unstoppable. Refuse to give up, no matter what. It’s the best skill you can ever learn. What i mean is that, one person’s disapproval shouldn’t make you quit. If it’s your passion, a thousand people screaming ‘No.’ still won’t stop you. Because nothing is so rewarding than the patience that you take to go over the ramps of life. They may slow you down, but you are an unstoppable hero. Keep driving!!

village savings and loaning scheme.

Since 2017, women groups trained under village savings and loaning scheme have independently saved their own funds and loaned amongst themselves.

Using their own fund, a total of 20,000 USD has been saved and loaned amongst themselves.

Women have accumulated assets in their homes through buying buying mattresses, Home furniture, house hold utensils etc. They have been able to support their husbands with contribution to children’s school fees

Our Performance.


Years of amazing experience!


Community Satisfaction


Water points Constructed


Reusable sanitary Pads distributed


Girls and Women impacted

Our Partners.