The International HUG Foundation
Tooto Wetu Education Programme (TWEP), which means Our Children in the Swahili language, is a not-for-profit organization established to provide education outreach services for all in Uganda by promoting opportunities to support, connect and grow all stakeholders in education.
TWEP currently operates in the Kampala and Wakiso districts of Uganda. It was founded in 2015 and is registered with the Uganda National NGO Board.
TWEP aims to improve access to education for children in Uganda by building partnerships with a wide variety of stakeholders at international, national, and district levels. It is through and with these partners that TWEP implements its high-impact programs, advancing the needs of children, parents, and teachers to break the barriers of school attendance and completion; lobbies and advocates for disadvantaged children and students to obtain and realize the opportunities available to them; and develops and trains teachers and provides forums for the interchange of ideas and experience among educationists.
TWEP is managed according to its constitution. It is headed by the CEO Yoweri Kasozi and managed by a professional team of qualified individuals with competencies that include education, community health, nursing and skills development.