To enable the community of Kititi to develop a self-supporting and sustainable future, by working in partnership with them and making education available for all.
Love and Community
We believe that love and solidarity are powerful tools for bringing about change. With these values we strive to build a strong, caring and compassionate community.
Respect and Dignity
We consider all people to be equal and should be treated with respect and dignity to empower them to be the best that they can be.
Hope and Determination
We are convinced that hope gives people confidence and courage and determination to work for a better future.
Cooperation and Partnership
The spirit of cooperation underpins our work and we uphold the value of working in partnership with the community of Kititi.
Accountability and Stewardship
We are accountable for how we use the funds raised by our supporters. We ensure that our decision-making is open and transparent. We measure our impact and are always striving to improve our performance.
We are committed to being effective in our stewardship of all the funds and resources available to us.
Meet our team.
Kate Oakley, retired Teacher and volunteer in rural Uganda since 2007, has worked with Apollo Saku since 2012 to form PfHU in order to bring hope to the people living in Kititi area by enabling them to become self-sufficient and sustainable. Kate was awarded a Rotary GB& I Community Champion award in 2021, for her outstanding humanitarian and community service.
Ugandan PFH Director
Apollo Saku was brought up in Kampala, gaining a Bachelor of Environmental Management degree at Makerere University. He speaks four languages including English. His background and training are in sustainable organic agriculture, communication and computer skills and community participation in development. He is committed to the aims and ambitions of the PfHU charity, involving the whole Kititi community, and prides himself on the number of homeless, orphaned children being freely educated and cared for.
Dr. Baker Kabugu
Women's Co-operative Lead
Every bit counts...
Sponsor a Child
Sponsor children by making a monthly or yearly donation which pays for education, school supplies and meals; just £10 / month will provide all of these for one child.
Give a Microloan
Microloans enable members of the community to start a small business, once established the business loan will be repaid in instalments which will in turn fund another person. For example, £100 would enable Cissy to buy a sewing machine, make clothes to sell & feed her family.
Share What You Can
Any amount of money, no matter how small, will be used to support the community. Extra donations often buy medicines, food parcels for the old or go towards funding local commercial crops encouraging self-sufficiency.