About Accomplish Children's Trust
The Charity // 01
Accomplish Children's Trust provides grants to organisations in Africa who work with children with disabilities. The trust focuses on education, medical care, and addressing poverty.
It is a registered charity in England and Wales (charity number 1127235) and was founded in November 2008.
Accomplish is governed by seven trustees, spread across Yorkshire and London, who possess a range of relevant skills. Three of the trustees are medical professionals: a doctor, a physiotherapist and a pharmacist, all of whom have experience of working in Africa. The other trustees bring skills from the fields of public relations, environmental consultancy and IT.
Our Partners // 03
The Trust provides grants to organisations in Africa who support children with disabilities and their parents. We are currently working with four organisations, all based in South-West Uganda:
Rwenzori Association of Parents of Children with Disabilities (RAPCD)
Save the Disabled Child’s Home (SADICH)
Rwenzori Special Needs Foundation (RSNF)
Kyaninga Child Development Centre (KCDC)
Find out more on our partners page - read more
Our Objectives // 02
Accomplish Children's Trust has the following three objectives:
Education for children with disabilities;
Medical relief and treatment for disabilities affecting children and young adults under 25; and
A Christian response and social outreach to children with disabilities and their families in Africa.
Most of Accomplish's work is in Uganda, but the longer-term vision is to reach children with disabilities across Africa.
Our Vision // 04
Our vision is to see the lives of children with disabilities transformed in rural areas of Africa, through medical intervention, education and by changing attitudes towards disability.