Rural Orphans & Widows Aids Network Inc

Rating: 4.98 stars   42 reviews


98 Wadsworth Blvd #127-227 Lakewood CO 80226 USA


To love & empower orphans & widows infected or affected by HIV & AIDS in Uganda through education, medical care and treatment, spiritual nourishment and business training, resulting in self-reliance. ROWAN partners with local Christian leaders & development organizations empowering each person to discover their God-given gifts & passions. Together, we assess quality of life, identify physical, spiritual & social needs & implement innovative strategies to meet these needs within the community.


Over 150 community members that are HIV+ have easy access to their medications, 116 children in school from primary all the way to higher education, 4 students graduated with a degree, 7 savings and loans group among the community, empowered community to plant and sustain passion fruit for income, taught over 200 community members in a local literacy program, successfully networked with 17 other Ugandan organizations for collaboration under #UgandaUnite.

Target demographics:

widows and orphans affected/infected by HIV/AIDS

Direct beneficiaries per year:

350 community members

Geographic areas served:

30 rural villages in East Uganda


medical care, education, business training, spiritual nourishment and urgent needs.

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Rating: 5 stars  

ROWAN does the Lord's work, plain and simple. From supporting widows and orphans to bringing medicine and clean water to the region, ROWAN touches all aspects of the people of Uganda.

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