PMK Save the Future Generation-Uganda (PMKSFG-UGANDA) is a non-partisan, non-discriminatory, non-religious and a not-for-profit community based organization registered under the Community Development Services Wakiso District in 2010 (REG. NO. WCBO/859/10). The organization was established in the year 2010 by brilliant Ugandans with the heart of African-helping-Africa because they know that although they are not so good financially, but the have a way out of how they can come up with solutions to help the
The organization is aimed at improving the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda, especially women, and children. PMKSFG-UGANDA is involved in providing medical funding for children affected by AIDS and the OVCs, adult education, children sponsorship program, AIDS sensitization, children's rights program, talent promoting program, poverty eradication program and (others?)
"Together we can Change the Future"
"To build an empowered and sensitized community that reacts positively to the prevention of HIV/AIDS, illiteracy, and which takes action to the needs of orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs), and under-privileged people."
Mr. Lucky Luggya Peter is 24 years old and grew up in the village of Kazo Central Zone. He went through very tough situations during his childhood, and this helped him to know the challenges that many children experience. He learned that not all those children, even those who live with their biological parents, are adequately cared for and protected. In 2008 he became a humanitarian with the intention of giving hope to people who needed it.
In 2010, when he was 22 years old, he decided to come up with an organization that can help in the prevention of stigma and discrimination of people with HIV/AIDS, to find out how people can know their HIV status, improve on the rights of children in Uganda, provide and improve on the skills of the Ugandans in various angles. He found someone with the same heart, named Namatovu M. Mabel, and together they started PMKSFG-UGANDA. They introduced this program to many other people who bought the idea among these people includes the community/village leaders, the councilors and many others. Lucky Peter says, “I will never give up until I find out that I have done what am supposed to do, not only in the community of Kazo where the organization is located, but all over the world where we can reach by the help, mercy and grace of our Lord God.”