Statement of Faith

John 13:34-35 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

Musana’s foundation is based on Christian values, the forefront being LOVE. In everything that we do, we are committed to reflecting the purpose and character of Jesus, treating and recognizing all people as Jesus would. We acknowledge the God-given gift of free will and we pass that gift along to the communities we serve. It is a personal decision to accept and believe the same. We do not discriminate but abide in Jesus’ love, accepting everyone as they are and loving them unconditionally.

Why Uganda?

We are solving some of Uganda’s biggest problem… dependency.  

  • Possesses the 2nd highest fertility rate in the world after Niger with 6.53 children per woman.
  • Holds the 9th highest growth rate in population for the world, growing 3.24% per year.
  • Expects to increase fivefold, pushing Uganda to the top 10 most populated nations in the world by 2100.
  • Experiences about 700,000 unplanned pregnancies every year.
  • Comprises the world’s second youngest population after Nigeria.
  • 79.9% of homes are child-headed households in rural areas.
  • 67% of Ugandans are living in poverty ($1.20-2.40 per day).
  • 27% of adults are illiterate, most of whom are women.
  • Has a primary school drop out rate of 68.2%.
  • 12% of marriages occur before the age 15, 46% of marriages occur before the age of 18.


  • Sustains a population that is reaching 700,000 – 80% live in rural areas.
  • Comprises the highest percentage of Muslims in Uganda
  • Remains a predominately polygamous region with a rampant birthrate (8 children per woman).
  • Exists on the main highway traveling from Kenya, making it a common stopping point for truck drivers, causing a high rate of prostitution and the vulnerability to HIV/AIDS.
  • Hosts an 8% higher HIV/AIDS prevalence than the national 6.7% prevalence.
  • Suffers from the major prevalent preventable diseases, including malaria, URTI internal worms, and HIV/AIDS material problems (These contribute to 60% of the ten killer diseases).

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