About PCCS

Peculiar Child Care Support was founded in February 2012 to work and overcome the high rate of critical issues facing the children, youth and young women in slum and rural communities of Uganda. PCCS decided to use three major programs: Youth Empowerment, Education and Health Care (YEH) programs in order to take action for a fundamental change and development to eradicate poverty.

Our projects are basically community-based and sustainable; PCCS has tailored its programs to combat these issues in considered destitute communities and currently has a presence in 3 major districts of Uganda with nursery and primary schools and youth empowerment programs. This has made PCCS stand out as a key contributor to creating and establishing sustainable solutions for community growth and development in the communities.  

Our Vision

A Society free to poverty that is enterprising and Innovative.

Our Mission

“To take action for fundamental change and development to eradicate poverty in the communities of Uganda.

Our Values

We are accountable to the young people that we represent, while also holding government and other actors to accountable to their obligations. We act consistently with our mission being honest and transparent in what we do and say, and accept responsibility for our collective and individual actions.
Equal Opportunity

Our Approach to Programming

By-Youth, With-Children, For-Young People
At Peculiar Child Care Support from our very inception we were set up and will always maintain a clear “Youth and Children-are-Central” brand in all that we do from the design, through implementation, monitoring, evaluations, learning and reporting of all our programmes. We seek to remain relevant to and address the realities, and aspirations of young people as the drivers of economic growth and national transformation. .
Mindset Change
Inclusive Participation
Creative Innovation