Our belief is that our actions must align with the love of Christ, and we look to Jesus Christ as our central example and we aspire to serve like him.
We are accountable to God, the vulnerable communities we serve and the governance of the areas in which we operate through a series of structured systems that we comply with or make culture of.
Respect is exceedingly a vital component at Hiskare Worldwide, we regard with honour, attention and consideration to each member of our team, the people we serve, and everyone else connected to the organization. We respect and value the diversity of all individuals.
We are adaptable to different kinds of circumstances, situations, opportunities, new strategies and approaches in order to achieve our goals. We use sound judgment and adapt quickly to making considered, effective and timely decisions.
To ensure that the neediest and most vulnerable people in our world have access to the most physical and spiritual needs of life, including education and economic opportunities.
To create access to quality education for all children, support households with basic necessities to improve their everyday living, and empower women and young people become economically strong and lead sustainable livelihoods.
Education to Every Child
Hiskare Worldwide stands for the right to education for every child. Due to Covid19 impacts, many children have lost access to schooling.
Our program, Davis William Sponsorship program (DWSP) works to fund Primary education for needy children. Read More
Food for vulnerable families
With the Covid19 Project Relief (CPR) launched in July 2021, we have fed more than 14 families in Kampala and Wakiso districts, Uganda. Our goal is to feed 100 families by July 2022. Read More
Clothing & Shoes for children
On most of our recent field trips to our work areas, we met many children half dressed and bear footed.
Help us dress these children by donating. Read More
What We Do
Water and Sanitation
Everyone has a right to Water and Sanitation, however, more than 2 billion people globally do not have access to clean drinking water.Contaminated drinking water is estimated to cause 485,000Learn More
Over 500 million people do not have access to essential health services and 6% of people in low- and middle-income countries are tipped into or pushed further into extreme povertyLearn More
More than 795 million people in the world don’t have enough food to lead a health active life; Sub-Sahara Africa has the highest prevalence of hunger. Poor nutrition causes nearlyLearn More
Education for Children
New figures on the number of children out of school worldwide reveal that, despite decades of efforts to get every child into the classroom, progress has come at a standstill,Learn More
How you can help
Where the Money Goes
Current operations and programs
Help Disan get
back to school
You do a wonderful job with the kids that require our help and support the people in need all over the globe. I will definitely join you as a volunteer!
It's always a pleasure to work with these guys - they know what they want and that is why they achieve their goals. Thanks a lot for the team spirit and your work!
Your performance under the most trying circumstances was nothing less than exemplary. You are the sole reason our rescue mission actually happened! Cannot thank you enough.