Aid Village Children Africa (AViCA) is a registered non-profit organization. The organization was founded on July 25, 2009, by Fr.John Bosco Musinguzi, a Catholic Priest. Fr.Bosco was born and raised in a village environment. While working in Post-genocide Rwanda as a foreign priest from Uganda, Fr.Bosco, initiated different projects for the village community of Muramba parish to improve their livelihood from poverty. The projects included a technical school, handicraft and bee keeping for women and a community-based orphans’ project of 3011 children from child-headed households. A team of 28 volunteers especially widows were great resource to serve and support the orphans’ project. The struggles he went through as a village child through ordination to priesthood and his experience in post-genocide Rwanda, impelled him to start AViCA to help village children. It is a rough road to success for children from village families. The children face financial constraints, some lack encouraging and inspiring examples of success from family members or the community, yet the children are intelligent, and gifted, if given a chance to access good quality education. AViCA was started to work among village children in Africa, that many may be helped to have an opportunity to develop their potentials for the good of their individual lives, family, village community and country at large. AViCA focuses on empowering village children with good quality education in their villages which will bring them professional skills to stay, work and enhance sustainable development in villages in the areas of health care, environmental protection, housing, food security, communication (roads, telephone, TV and internet), respect of human rights, recreation facilities, growth in cultural values and knowledge of God.