The Restoration Project

Empowering war affected women and children in northern Uganda
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Creating opportunities through education for vulnerable girls


Reducing the alarming mortality rate for mothers and babies through access to safe births



Protecting young girls from sexual violence and early marriage

The Restoration Project

Giving voice and empowerment to girls in war torn northern Uganda

When girls are educated they lift up their families, their communities and their countries. The Restoration Project believes educating girls and caring for mums in childbirth is a means of shifting society in Africa.

This grass roots work includes the provision of education and vocational training for girls who’ve been subjected to sexual violence or excluded from school due to poverty or child pregnancy. It creates the opportunity for a secure future for some of the worlds most marginalised.

The Restoration Project also provides safe births for women who would otherwise not have access to healthcare in an area where only 50% of births currently have any antenatal, birth or postnatal care.​



The School of Restoration is our founder Alice Achan’s story. The story of one Ugandan woman who has given hope to hundreds of female victims of war and violence. A compelling story of hope, forgiveness, redemption and the human capacity to survive and even thrive against the backdrop of war and chaos. Royalties from the purchase of the book will go to furthering The Restoration Project.

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