Arlington Academy of Hope (AAH) is a non profit organization working in rural eastern region of Uganda specifically in Bumwalukani- Bududa district. It started in 2004 founded by John and Joyce Wanda who are natives of Bududa and Namisindwa districts respectively. The organization has since then worked tirelessly to promote education, health care and community empowerment through its holistic programs. These activities are fully funded by our donors, sponsors and partner organization in the United States and Uganda and these target the vulnerable communities affected by location terrain, natural calamities and disease in the area.


AAH through its education sponsorship program currently supports over 1000 students at various levels of learning in diverse disciplines to achieve “Academic Excellence ” as one of our goals.


With Our health clinics in Bumwalukani and Namisindwa -Bupoto, on average we treat 30,000 patients in the community per year. The clinics offer quality basic health care and treatment.


The community empowerment program focuses on helping the community to become self reliant through skills in business planning and financing management.

Arlington Academy of Hope has graduated 230 students in various disciplines and is currently supporting 171 of them in several government and private institutions of higher learning across the country. We hope to transform lives of the community through giving them quality education through these partner education institutions.

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