Helping Communities Serve Mothers and Babies in Uganda

The Microfinance Alliance Africa Projects (MAAP) Foundation provides seed grants and training to rural Ugandan communities to fund sustainable agricultural projects. Money raised from these projects contributes to associated local clinics, which provide desperately needed medical care for impoverished mothers and babies.

Sick child with mother in clinic in Uganda

Our Work

Our charity benefits pregnant and ill mothers and children, giving them access to medicine and care. We are making a difference in many lives and improving communities’ ability to help themselves.

nurse in pink uniform opening clinic doors

Why MAAP Foundation?

The MAAP Foundation keeps clinic doors open. Poverty cripples Uganda’s mothers and children who suffer from limited access to healthcare. We refuse to ignore this crisis because many are suffering and dying unnecessarily.

With the tools to support their villages and care for their families . . . life carries on.

Teo in front of her clinic
Mother Teo, St. Jude’s Clinic
NAKIFUMA, UGANDA
Cows Against Malaria
KKONGE, UGANDA
Father Zeddy
Fr. Zeddy Empowers Women
EMBARA, UGANDA
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MEDICAL SUPPLIES

Including, modern equipment for a surgical theater, clinical microscopes, ultrasound machine, incubator, mama kits, pharmaceutical stocks, and mosquito bed nets.

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LIVESTOCK & FARMING

Including 30+ dairy cows, cattle breeding farm, piggeries, poultry farms, corn crops, and a fish farm.

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FOOD & MEDICINE

Simple Malaria medicine plus a nutritional diet can save many children’s lives.

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MICROFINANCE PROJECTS

Sustainable agri-businesses help women and children get the support they need.

Hope That Heals Book

Hope That Heals

by Robin Pendergrast and William Graham 

William Graham’s poetry and Robin Pendergast’s photography vividly convey the message that hope is a part of healing. But hope is built on a foundation of action, and action is the parent of change.

Robin traveled to Uganda with Deacon Don in 2022. This book tells the story of the MAAP Foundation’s mission through his photography and William’s prose.

All proceeds from the sale of this book will benefit the MAAP Foundation.

Ubuntu

Ubuntu is an African philosophy that means “I am because we are.”

It denotes our interconnectedness; we depend on each other in ways big and small.
To reach our full potential, individually and as a society, we must help others achieve theirs.