World Bridge Foundation’s approach is unique for its emphasis on individual development and active engagement with a community-focused philosophy through four main areas: Arts, Life Skills, Psychosocial support, and Child Education.
In Uganda, children are taught skills they can fall back on and generate income from in order to remain independent and financially secure despite the stark odds stacked against them. These competencies, which include knitting and tailoring, craft-making, music instrument making, music training, baking and carpentry increase confidence, and mean that within competitive job markets, young people are able to better understand the world and are qualified to assert themselves.
In addition, our approach is intentionally replicable, modeled off of a foundation of core values and principles which allow World Bridge Foundation to remain both adaptable and transferable from context to context. With the goal of expanding both nationally and internationally as well as in conjunction with other organizations across the globe, it is essential that World Bridge Foundation remains consistent in its commitments.