About Us

In the aftermath of abduction, war, disease and poverty, we cultivate communities of resilient children and youth.
Co-founded in 2001 by concerned individuals including Angelina Atyam, named a 1998 U.N. Human Rights Prize Winner, we invite you to become a new "we:" to practice reconciliation, rebuilding, reforesting so we may live into a more beautiful, hopeful peace.
For more about our story, click here or watch our video on youtube here.
For late breaking news, please check our blog at www.ccyauganda.blogspot.com.



Our youth-led community leads successful programs in the following areas:
We seek to rebuild our lives through sustainable economic development. We sell tree seedlings, organic honey, organic peanut butter, and our own self-taught folk art.
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Youth-led community building in Lira, Uganda