Economic Empowerment

Jehovah Jireh  Project provides physical and psychosocial support to marginalized and at-risk women, vulnerable children  youth and the elderly. Jehovah Jireh  Project has a special focus on single mothers, widows, and women who are taking care of orphaned children. The organization seeks to empower women through economic development, which it achieves through education programs, vocational training, and the provision of health care. Jehovah Jireh  Project also campaigns for Poverty, HIV/AIDS and human awareness and provides direct support to children who have been orphaned as a result of the Poverty, HIV/AIDS, Violence, Displacement etc. In addition to providing orphans with school supplies, Jehovah Jireh  Ministries has established and created income-generating opportunities for women, vulnerable children, youth and the elderly living in Western Uganda.

Jehovah Jireh  Project aims at giving these groups more  vulnerable children & orphans, youth and the elderly physical, emotional and spiritual springboards which will enable them to live lives that are full, productive and positive.

Working in a Rural and Agricultural Community

The community in which Jehovah Jireh  Project is situated is largely rural, with most people making very low incomes through agricultural activities.

Jehovah Jireh  Project’ activities are targeted toward vulnerable women, particularly widows and those living with HIV/AIDS, as well as vulnerable children, youth, and the elderly.

Jehovah Jireh  Project is committed to a development process that promotes equality. Jehovah Jireh  Project believes in and strives to uphold the rights and dignity of all people especially in the rural communities. Jehovah Jireh  Project upholds principles of stewardship with its resources and is committed to support vulnerable children and disadvantaged people fight poverty, ignorance and diseases such as Malaria and HIV/AIDS.


We have empowered 10 women house hold  with knowledge and skills in piggery, weaving  and agricultural seeds, as a way of addressing rural poverty and general health issues  provided them with a set of basic tools and support to help them get off the poverty trap.

Vocational and Life Skills Training Program

Finally, through the Vocational and Life Skills Training Program, Jehovah Jireh  Project has facilitated the development of economic sustainability for previously destitute individuals with little or no income. We also had 7 workshops for our clients where 200 women, girls and youth were provided training and individualized instruction in entrepreneurship, marketing techniques for small businesses, micro finance, and the implementation of income generating activities.