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A group photo of the staff and children from Kyaninga Child Development Centre, waving


Children at RAPCD's primary school

RAPCD Schools

The Rwenzori Association of Parents of Children with Disabilities (RAPCD) runs a primary school for children with disabilities and a secondary school, as well as offering community-based support. 

Climbing through hoops at Kyaninga CDC's camp

KCDC Therapy

Kyaninga Child Development Centre (KCDC) offers occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech and language therapy.

Two children standing by a piggery

RSNF Support

The Rwenzori Special Needs Foundation (RSNF) addresses poverty through livestock and arable farming, and runs a vocational school teaching hairdressing and tailoring. 

Ekari with her toy

Heart of Mercy

The Heart of Mercy project in Malawi is like a large family, caring for disabled children and their parents or guardians, usually grandparents.

An epilepsy outreach clinic outside

Epilepsy Clinics

Accomplish runs eight rural epilepsy clinics, serving about 800 children.  The clinics cover a huge area of Western Uganda, from Kagando to beyond Fort Portal.

Pupils in a classroom at Proreso School

Proreso School

Proreso School is located near Bunia in the Democratic Republic of Congo and caters especially, but not exclusively, for children who are deaf. 

Where We Work

We support a variety of projects through our local partners in a growing number of locations in Africa. 


Currently we have partners in Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Malawi, as the map below illustrates. 


Each project is a unique response to the local needs in the area.

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