Y.E.S. Uganda
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Blessings and Welcome

Blessings and welcome to the website of Y.E.S. Uganda, a Christ Based Missions Outreach and a Non Government Organization (NGO). Here you will find full information on the Y.E.S. Uganda organization, its work, volunteer programs and problems in Africa.

The Y.E.S. Childcare Program operates within the Western Region of Uganda, Africa, especially in the districts of Kabarole and Kyenjojo.

Carol with her team. See Who is Who and enjoy uplifting Success Stories from some of the 1000 kids who graduated to become skilled and valuable members of their communities since the ministry's inception.

Carol with her team. See Who is Who and enjoy uplifting Success Stories from some of the 1000 kids who graduated to become skilled and valuable members of their communities since the ministry's inception.

Y.E.S. Uganda has been working with African children since 1996. The organization's aim is to help those children left without parents or with sick parents: AIDS orphans, street children, and war orphans. Y.E.S. tries to help vulnerable families while keeping them together.

Our organization opens up educational and training opportunities for children and is hands-on proactive with health issues and welfare improvement in a Christian setting.

Our work becomes possible through your prayers, donations and volunteering. With your generous support we can continue helping poor children grow up to be healthy, educated individuals who give back to their communities.

Enjoy a Ugandan Adventure while doing good

Y.E.S. Hostel provides an affordable place to stay near famous national wildlife parks while learning about Carol's uplifting ministry of poverty relief, medical care and education

The Y.E.S Hostel offers economical accommodations on the way to some of Africa's most spectacular national parks. Inset: Humans are not the only visitors who like to hang out at the Y.E.S. Hostel!

The Y.E.S Hostel offers economical accommodations on the way to some of Africa's most spectacular national parks.
Inset: Humans are not the only visitors who like to hang out at the Y.E.S. Hostel!

Carol Adams had a calling to help the people of Western Uganda. But Fort Portal is also a gateway to God's most spectacular creations in the Animal Kingdom. Visitors come from all over the world to enjoy the wildlife of Kibale National Park, Seliki Preserve and Queen Elizabeth National Preserve -- dubbed the 'Pearl of Africa' for its biodiversity and astounding number of species.

Carol Adams had a calling to help the people of Western Uganda. But Fort Portal is also a gateway to God's most spectacular creations in the Animal Kingdom. Visitors come from all over the world to enjoy the wildlife of Kibale National Park, Seliki Preserve and Queen Elizabeth National Preserve -- dubbed the "Pearl of Africa" for its biodiversity and astounding number of species.

The Y.E.S. Hostel had been open since 2006 and is picking up more and more visitors each day. We offer bunk beds with six or four in a room at 10,000 UGX a night which is about $5 US. The Y.E.S. Hostel offers simple clean accommodations in a nice quiet location. It has showers, toilets and a kitchen to cook meals. A take-out restaurant is nearby with affordable prices.

The other parts of the hostel on the upper floor house our offices, a library and a computer training room. We also have a conference room where we can show movies hold meetings and provide skills training for older orphans throughout the week.

The Y.E.S. Hostel has a steady stream of international visitors. Tourists are learning about it and finding that it is a quiet and restful place to stay on the way to the region's famous national parks.

The Y.E.S. Hostel is perfect for backpackers and groups traveling through to different Ugandan tourist destinations. Our guests benefit from the low cost of accommodations compared to hotels and they have a nice opportunity to make new friends ad interact with other travelers coming from all over the world. The next Brandt Travel Guide edition will have coverage in it about the Y.E.S. Hostel.

Y.E.S. prays that this hospitality aspect of our business continues to grow. The more visitors who make use of our hostel facilities, the more the urgent needs of vulnerable and orphaned Ugandan children will be able to be met.