Watutu Hope Society
(The Musungu HIV/AIDS Support Organization)
An IRS 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization

Driven by Need -- Propelled by Love

Children waiting for your help
These Children will not go to school without your contribution.

U.S. Office
51 W 2700 S
Salt Lake City UT 84115
Office: 801-487-2687
Mobile: 801-433-8294
FAX: (801)-486-6787
Business Hours
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM MST

Organization Board and Officers
*** We are presently under reorganization ***

Breaking Poverty's Grip, a radio interview with Founder and CEO, Amram Musungu, about his early life in Kenya.

Amram Musungu, Founder and CEO is The Utah Women's Alliance for Building Community (UWABC) 2010 Community Builder Award Winner. Watch the video.

     Watutu Hope Society (The Musungu HIV/AIDS Support Organization) is a community-based organization with local and international operations. Watutu is Swahili for Children.
     We are a Non-Profit Organization (NPO) dedicated to support the victims of poverty, disease, and dispair (such as HIV/AIDS) through education and training. Besides being a NPO, the organization is also a 501(c)(3) charitable organization by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of the United States of America.. So, as a charity, all of your donations in the United States of America are tax-deductable.

There are two major divisions to the organization:

  • Operation ChEER (Children's Education, Elevation, and Rescue)
    Our mission and focus is on providing education and training for the orphans (and widows) of HIV/AIDS and the victims of Poverty and Dispair. Other children in need will also be considered, with the orphans having priority. It is International and local.

    Without the children's aid provided through Watut Hope Society (and similar NPOs), by means of good training or education these children are doomed to lives of abject poverty and probably crime. However, a worse condition is that the vicious cycle of HIV/AIDS will continue, possibly for generations, adding to the already dreadful situation.


  • AIRS-Utah (African Immigrant Resource Support of Utah)
    Our local (Utah) staff comprises full-time and part time, professionally trained public health personnel and volunteers. Our mission is to work in partnership with the Utah African immigrant community and stakeholders to assess, plan, and implement effective public health strategies to reduce the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Our organization serves approximately 500 African families.

Making a generous donation to Watutu Hope Society is a marvelous way to provide aid and support to those in dire need. Your charitable donation is greatly appreciated.
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We Don't Plan to Save the World -- Just One Child at a Time

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