The Youth Friends of Progress



Empowering Young people with Knowledge, tools and resources to make responsible choices to Guide them towards a healthy and better adulthood.

All our programs, campaigns or projects are innovatively developed to be inclusice so that we are able to provide information, inspiration and motivation in regards to mentorship, substance and drug abuse, empowering Girls to succeed and address  teenage pregnancy , address issues HIV/AIDS and stigma, life skills, and so many other issues that affect young people.


Our work is majorly considered as altruistic activities, where we provide services for no financial gain to benefit the Youth and our communities in Uganda to ensure that we have better young people for tomorrow and we have done this since April 2017 reaching over


Beera Steady

HIV/AIDS continues to be a big global challenge especially with the fast growth of the epidemic among young people aged 15-24 years, to be able to address this, a lot of effort is needed to educate,emphasize and test for the epidemic to create continuing awareness about the Virus while fighting stigma.


So many young people in this nation who are struggling to find the bridge from youth- hood to adulthood and how they can find their purpose and help shape their future. Our

Mentor-ship programs and school clubs help to pass on Knowledge, experience and expertise to the the young people so that we can guide them towards responsible adulthood.


Be Smart, Don't Start.

Negative Peer pressure has led a lot of young people in Uganda into using dangerous drugs and chemicals like Marijuana and Cocaine, this has massively harmed the lives of the youth and many have been lost to this epidemic. The Be SMART dont Start campaign is used to raise awareness about the consquences of substance abuse and how it can be fought.


Topowa Gal Pawa.

At Topowa Youth Mentoring Uganda, we are very passionate about creating equal and better opportunities for the girl child. We seek to train them on various skills that can make them stand out, be different and to always show that difference boldly. Passionate about the girl child? Become an advocate

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