Home of the Holy Angels


Mary Kugonza
Bravo Mukonyezi

Mary Kugonza
Beatrice Mbabazi

Bravo Mukonyezi
Bravo is six years old. He was born July 22, 2007. He is an excellent pupil; well above average. He is in good health. Bravo was born in Ruswiga. His mother and caretaker, Nalubega Scovia, is HIV positive and ill. Bravo’s father died of AIDS in 2012. Bravo began at The Home of the Holy Angels in 2014.

Beatrice Mbabazi
was born May 10, 2004. Her father died in 2005 at 36 years of age of AIDS. Her mother, Proscovia, has AIDS and is sickly. She has 2 other children and finds it difficult to support them with no income. Beatrice was accepted at the Home of the Holy Angels in 2011. A new sponsor for Beatrice is needed.

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What is KUDU?
KUDU is the acronym of Kibale Uganda Development Union, Inc. It is a Christian-based, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping children, their families and the community of Kibale, Uganda to reach their fullest potential by helping them solve problems. It resolves problems concerning children without parents, health, child development, education, advocacy and poverty. Uganda is a land-locked country about the same size as the state of Oregon, in central, eastern Africa. Kibale is a district in western Uganda.

What is The Home of the Holy Angels?
The Home of the Holy Angels is the sole mission project of KUDU. Incorporated in 2007 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is based in Winter Park, FL. KUDU is governed by a board of directors, an advisory committee in Winter Park and a committee of the community leaders in Kibale, Uganda. It is KUDU’s objective to establish The Home of the Holy Angels as a nurturing and sustainable environment for the community and its youth, many of whom have been orphaned due to the national epidemic of AIDS/HIV. An estimated 1.6 million adults have died of AIDs, leaving 1,200,000 children orphaned by the epidemic. In the Kibale district alone, there may be as many as 20,000 impacted children.

What is our mission?
Our mission is to bring socio-economic, medical, nutritional, and educational relief to the children of the Kibale District of western Uganda. To help, you, your church, your school or civic organization, even your company, can Sponsor-A-Child for a year, or for the child’s complete seven-year curriculum. For less than $2 per day, or $50 per month, you can help make a difference in the life of the child and in the future of the community. Your sponsorship guarantees a quality educational environment. Your financial help places professional educational staff, a loving residential environment and quality medical care into the lives of these children. Or simply, Donate Now. There are also several, easy ways to contribute directly to The Home of the Holy Angels. We warmly welcome contributions for on-going construction and site improvements.

Do you need more information?
Please browse through our site and read about our amazing founder, tremendous volunteers, cherished supporters and beautiful children to learn more about our mission and how you can help Kibale.

Who We Are
KUDU is a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation organized under Florida law Thus, all donations are tax deductible for U.S. federal income tax purposes. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Florida Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352).  Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State of Florida.