Acholi Products Made in Uganda


Purchase from Etsy at HopeDignity or  eBay Shop Here or here.

Visit the socio-economic development project page on our website.

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Think Humanity works directly with the women of "Life in Africa" in the Acholi Quarter Camp in Uganda. TH has helped them purchase many manual sewing machines so that teen mothers can learn a trade.

You can also contact us by e-mail or call at 970-667-9335 to place an order.

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Selling Christmas Ornaments for Bed Nets 2016

2016 Think ahead: Help us out by asking any local schools, youth groups, Reading Clubs, Bible study groups -anybody who would like a great Christmas project to consider helping us sell ornaments so that we can purchase mosquito nets for refugees for Christmas.
$10 each=2 mosquito nets. It will help us out because we only have so much time and so many events. 
Just ask, we would love to tell you how you can be a part of our fund-raiser.
The 2016 Bed Net 4 Life Distribution will be in Kyaka 2 Refugee Camp in western Uganda and we need 7,000 nets. Help us prevent malaria.
The kitenge fabric ornaments are made by Acholi women and girls who have been displaced by war. win-win! Contact us at

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UnlockHope - Education for Girls

Help us to UNLOCK HOPE for the girls at the Think Humanity Girls' Hostel in Hoima, Uganda. T-shirts and key necklace.

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Hit From Behind by Jim Heckel

...hit from a captivating story of how a seemingly innocent fishing trip turns into disaster. During a hot summer evening Jim and his son biked home from a fishing trip when a car hit Jim, almost costing his life. Near death, Jim describes the black room. This book is not simply about the accident; it delves deeper into what it means to have a relationship with God. It's not a matter of if we get hit from behind, it's a matter of when. All of us get hit sooner or later. How do you handle the loss of control over your life? Click here for more information:  Available at, Barnes & Noble, Target., and Xulon Press.  Click the store hyperlinks to purchase a book.

From the Middle

Adam Hunt's middle school History/Language Arts class produced this book as part of a combined story writing/persuasion unit. All proceeds go to Think Humanity, a service that has been designed to "help save lives and provide hope for refugees and underdeveloped communities in Africa by improving provisions for healthcare, clean water, education and socio-economic development."