P.O Box 26321, Kampala

About Us

Project Princess Initiative(PPI)

  • To Support, Educate and Empower Girls to become responsible women leaders of the next generations.
  • Godliness. We believe in the work of God in transforming lives of girls.
  • Excellence. We realize success through supporting, educating and empowering vulnerable girls.
  • Integrity. We are passionate at helping out girls who are in need as God rewards a giving hand.
  • Responsibility. It is our role to yield successful princesses who are self-reliant.
  • Team work. Working together with passionate hearts and a common goal unifies our work.
  • Commitment. God will surely fulfil the work that He started in you. Believing in God empowers us to finish the work that we started.
  • To help keep young Girls in school through advocating for girls at risk, motivating and equipping parents schools and community about the advantages of rescuing, stabilizing and giving Girl Children opportunities to get the education as well as providing them with the support they need to stay in school.
  • To provide Girls in Uganda with psycho-social support.
  • To increase access to health education and reproductive health to vulnerable girls.
  • To assist the Girls realize their potential in the community through skills development.
  • To provide the Girls with the necessary requirements to stay in school through sponsorship.
  • Music

We are an organization that supports, educates and empowers girls to stay in school. The work we do is two pronged;

  • Keeping girls in school
  • As well as developing skills to girls who may have dropped out of school to get life skill that will help them attain a decent livelihood

About PPI

Project Princess Initiative (PPI) is a local Christian based non-government organization fully registered under registration NO. S.5914/10113 and started its work in 2009. It was in that year when the founder Mrs. Fiona Mirembe Kiggundu who owned a pre- school was approached by two young Girls in search for employment opportunities in her school. Being with a passionate heart and more so a mother, Mrs. Fiona Kiggundu did not offer employment to these young Girls because they were teens still in high school but realized the need to empower them bearing in mind that there could be more other girls in a similar situation. The two Girls were welcomed as her own for counseling sessions at her school who later spread the message to their friends in schools they attended to and they met once in a while.

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