She is waiting for your help!
The south of Uganda has been suffering from the highest HIV infection rate in
the world. Parents die of AIDS, just when their children need them most. An
extended family can be their new home. Fortunately there is enough food in this
farming district. But who will pay their school fees, provide medical aid and
help them grow up? That is where ICCF Holland helps in the hope that they will
be able to take care of themselves, and their children, in the long run.
The ICCF Holland foundation
We are a small organisation, run by volunteers.
99% of the money we receive is send to the project in Uganda.
Our goal is to help the most needy children, from baby to adult.
The work includes improving the health situation, running a primary and
secondary school and support the boys and girls finish a professional
By concentrating on one single project we know the situation and directly talk
to the staff there. If you want to sponsor a child we can discuss what boy or
girl will fit you best.
For other ways to donate, see
September 2023: Passing away of Bram Moolenaar:
We are saddened to announce that the founder and treasurer of ICCF Holland, Bram Moolenaar, passed away on August 3, 2023. His death came unexpectedly for us. Bram has always been the driving force behind ICCF Holland, and many donations come in from the community surrounding the VIM software that Bram developed.
The fact that we have to miss Bram is a great loss for many. However, as the board of ICCF Holland, we are determined to continue the charity. Presently, we are arranging various practical issues to continue the charity. We will announce future adjustments, if relevant, via this website.
January 2022: Good news: the school has reopened! After a year of
lockdows we can start 2022 with the children in the classroom. We hope it
stays this way and they can catch up the missed lessons.
Spring 2021: I had just reported that the school reopened, now there is
a new lockdown. Unfortunately all schools will remain closed for 42 days to
stop the virus from spreading. That this suddenly changed is because there is
an unexpectedly sharp rise in cases in Uganda.
Corona also affects Uganda. The school at the project is currently closed.
Also see the news page.
Bram visited the project. You can read his report on the
An older video of Kibaale is now available on Youtube.
This one is from 2005, but still completely relevant.
Watch the Video
A very nice video from our partner organisation shows the work we are doing in
Kibaale: watch it on Vimeo.
You can find recent pictures on Jeff's blog.
This video gives a nice overview of what we are doing in Kibaale.