St. Mary's Orphans Educational Trust SOET

Unverified non-profit organisation

St. Mary’s Orphans Education Trust was established and registered as
Community Based Organisation (CBO) in March 2008 to help the
disadvantaged children and their mothers/caregivers become
self-reliant and resourceful to their respective communities.


To facilitate all African children, Christian response to
meet the needs of those who have been affected by Epidemics by
overcoming the causes, effects and spread of diseases through
educating orphans, disease awareness and sensitization mobile clinics
, empowerment programs and community capacity building in light of
Epidemics and poverty. The primary target is to educate orphaned
children and provide vocational training, health care and counseling
to both orphans and widows /widowers

1. Strengthen the protection and care of orphans and vulnerable
children within their extended families and communities.

2. Enhance education opportunities, health and psychosocial care to
Orphans and Vulnerable Children and caregivers.

3. Improve the well-being, livelihoods of orphans and other
vulnerable children and, their families, and communities.

Current Programmes

• Children Education sponsorship programme
• Micro credit programme for families of orphans and vulnerable children
• Children’s home / accommodation
. Fish farming project
. SOET medical Centre for the children

Geographical Coverage

Districts of Jinja and Kamuli in Eastern Uganda

SOET’S beneficiaries are the women, men and children of both rural and
urban areas including the youth. SOET is also looking for likeminded partner to work together.

Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

500,000 - 1 million

Participant in relevant networks

Hope for women at risk Women Arms International

About this organisation

Partnership types

Advocacy of global issues; Doing business with the poor; Standards and all (6)

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Uganda

Global issues

Children, youth and family welfare; Community development; Disability issues; all (18)

Goods categories

Agriculture, aquaculture & forestry; Computer hardware & software; all (17)

Business sectors

Agriculture and livestock; Aquaculture; Construction; Education and training; all (7)