Mission

The Arlington Academy of Hope, US, (AAH US) partners with communities in rural eastern Uganda to improve the quality of their daily life and realize their future potential through improved education, healthcare, and community development.

AAH is not just another NGO. AAH works hand-in-hand with the locals to help advance projects which can lead to transformation in the communities. Working with the founders who know the area and are respected by local leaders as change makers compels the local communities to safeguard AAH's investment.
Joyce WandaCo-founder

Vision

By engaging a community of caring volunteers and committed professionals, AAH’s educational, healthcare, and vocational programs transform impoverished villages into vibrant, self-sustaining communities.  

Specifically, we seek to:

  • Develop sustainable educational and healthcare models for local communities.
  • Set high standards of academic excellence and prepare the children for adult lives that strengthen both their communities and the world.
  • Support our students as they progress to higher levels of learning and professional careers.
  • Establish clinics and community health programs that provide access to modern health care, medicines, and a higher quality of life.
  • Encourage our AAH outreach villages to employ technology, building, and farming techniques that increase environmental awareness and stewardship.  
  • Foster greater cultural understanding on local, national and international levels through shared learning experiences.

Core Values

Respect: We practice and teach respect for people, culture, gender, health status, and the environment.

Partnership: We partner with others within and across our communities, as well as with our sponsors and donors.

Integrity: We practice and teach integrity in our programs, funding, and communities.

Transformation: We work to transform the future of our communities, as we ourselves transform to better serve all our partners.

Community Engagement: We set priorities and build progress collaboratively in Africa and around the globe to engage communities by raising awareness and involvement.

Sustainability: We ensure the future health of our programs and their participants, as well as the surrounding natural environment.

Partners

emr4dw logo
the advent school logo
culture connection project
arlington traditional school logo
halley elementary school logo

The Kamal Foundation

tuckahoe elementary logo
marymount university logo
johnson elementary school logo

Past Partners

CFEBA logo
FIMRC logo
microsoft logo

Ahead Energy

NutriSwiss Foundation

So-Hum Foundation

The students at the Arlington Junior School in Uganda are joyous and in love with learning. It’s contagious, in the most wonderful way.

Fiona

Teen Trip alum, sponsor, volunteer