gain confidence africa

Building a self-confident destined generation of youth who will face tomorrows challenges as opportunities through creation of a platform where young people and their communities can share skills, participate in promoting human rights awareness while exploring innate abilities.

our vision

Teach young Africans the power of self-discovery by raising their awareness about issues affecting them at an individual, community, national and continental level hence nurturing them into a new generation of engaged, committed citizens ready to work

our mission

To work together with schools and other stakeholders in order to create an enabling environment for young Africans to learn from one other through competitive activities

our aim

To building a self-confident destined generation of youth who will face tomorrows challenges as opportunities through creation of a platform where young people and their communities can share skills

why gain confidence africa

Most of our African youth only acquire basic knowledge from schools given the outdated School Curriculum. It’s these very youth that grow up and add onto a pile of the unemployment that has covered up the whole of this country. This is all attributed to the fact that the reading, savings and entrepreneurship culture alongside discovered talent is not given much attention while the child is still in the academic process. We have seen youth who have very brilliant business ideas that collapse as soon as they are started.This is one of the challenges faced by today’s youth that encouraged us to inspire change through confidence building and adopting better problem solving mechanisms.

our programs


Debate promotes mutual understanding and informed citizenship around the world, it impacts on young people positively and leads to increased critical thinking. Debate therefore acts as an avenue through which young people  can improve on their spoken and written language.

reading and Writing

 The reading culture has greatly deteriorated among schools and the value for library has diminished over time.  This problem can only be solved from the primary root by introducing reading and writing competitions in order to revive this great culture.

Saving culture development

Savings and financial management

 We work closely with financial institutions, schools and companies to introduce student learning manuals and saving culture in schools and communities where operate. We take a core role in educating the community on financial management.

Snacks made by Elite High School Student under GCA


Uganda is known as the most entrepreneurial country in the whole world however most of the businesses started do not last long. gain confidence africa therefore provides expertise knowledge.

science and Innovations

Science and Technology have become the driving force of today’s world. Gain Confidence Africa has therefore embarked on projects that are meant to encourage and promote scientific innovations.

Holiday Programs

Our activities continue running throughout holidays. It is only those members whose parents will allow that will be part of our holiday programs. We endeavor to work closely with parents to safety of the students.

training more youth

We have undertaken the mandate to encourage and promote simple, sustainable, affordable and environmental friendly Entrepreneurial skills development as a measure to reduce the upheavals as well as helping the victims see a ray of hope. We have the conviction to believe that, these skills shall help the youth to create their own employment where they will realize an income

Schools Visited
Practicals Done
Youth Impacted


I learned alot during the practical sessions. It would be nice if you increase on the machines so that everyone can at least have their own Machine.
Kokorese Nathan, S.3, 18yrs
Seeta Hill College
I have liked the idea of savings culture development that can help us to carry out the small businesses in future thereby fighting unemployment.
Abaine J. Precious, S.1, 15 yrs
Mpoma Royal College
Gain Confidence Africa, inspired me about the future thereby developing positive thinking in what I do.
Apoca Solomon Dengole, 18yrs Electrical Eng, Year One
Vision for Africa Voc. Training Institute
Thank you for coming to Mpoma Royal College, keep up with the great work you are doing.
Namuleme Justine, S.1E, 13yrs
Mpoma Royal College
Gain Confidence Africa has built a great person in me through encouragement from the trainers.
Komuhendo Immaculate, S.2, 14 yrs
Paul Mukasa S.S Mukono
I liked the training about small scale business like snacks making.
Najjuma Florence, S.1W
Seeta Hill College
The corporation and interaction Gain Confidence Africa trainings offer are worth celebrating.
Katusiime Joan, S.2, 15yrs
Mukono Hillside College School
I loved the training on self-confidence building and its good.
Nairuba Marion, S.2, 13yrs
Light College Mukono
I liked the way we sliced Irish potatoes to make crisps and how we made the delicious baggia.
Musaazi David, S.2, 16yrs
Forest Hill College Mukono
GCA organised for us exhibition days where we show cased to our parents what we can do outside books.
Nakalege Ritah, S.2, 15yrs
Light College Mukono

become a member

Are you 18 years and above? Living in Uganda or anywhere in the world?
Do you have interest in youth activites?
Do you think GCA rhythms with you?
Would you love to participate fully in our activities? Or fund to support them? 
If you match with any of the above statements, then you’re the person, company and individual we wish to have with us. Kindly find our membership subscription form.

Our 2017-2018 Annual Report

Take a look at our previous engagement with children, youths and communities where we have been able to cause a positive change with support from different partners.