Latest Campaigns

Covid 19: Wildlife ACTive 12 month Conservationist Plan

For Wildlife ACT, international volunteers and conservation expeditions have been the cornerstone of our funding stream. We depend…

  • Raised: $112000
  • Goal: $250000
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COVID-19: Let the kindness continue!

Our global COVID-19 charity support page brings together all LOST-registered charities whose work has been affected by the…

  • Raised: $728200
  • Goal: $2500000
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Children’s Rights

Let’s work together and fight for the rights of our children. Humanity has to do its best for…

  • Raised: $214000
  • Goal: $650000
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Water Campaign

Help Build Water Projects

  • Donators - 16221
  • Goal - $1575000
  • Raised - $792230

Over 4385 communities around Africa are in need of immediate water project funding.

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Your donation gives us the flexibility to rapidly respond in the most effective way to emergencies or emerging humanitarian needs at home and anywhere in Uganda and Africa

Together we can fight for human rights everywhere. We can stop torture, demand equality for women, girls and children. Giving hope to those facing attacks or imprisonment just because of who they are. Your donation can transform the lives of millions.

Women & Children Rights

We are all entitled to human rights. These include the right to live free from violence and discrimination; to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn an equal wage.

Empowering Women

The Women Empowerment programme leads awareness raising, capacity building and networking activities to build effective regional cooperation between the relevant stakeholders to advance gender equality and women’s rights in Africa.

Youth Empowerment


Anyone Can Be a Volunteer. Also You

You can make a difference! Each National Society works with and through its volunteers in a variety of service areas, depending on the needs of their communities. These activities can include tackling challenges such as migration, violence in communities, health challenges, women and children's rights. You can make a difference in the lives of these communities who are of the greatest need — volunteer, get involved!

Latest News

2020 has been a year like no other, 2021 must be the year we change the game

2020 has been a year like no other, 2021 must be the year we change the game

2020 has been a year like no other, exposing damaging inequalities in every facet of society. For those experiencing systemic…

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How COVID-19 is impacting efforts to end child marriage across Africa

How COVID-19 is impacting efforts to end child marriage across Africa

Every October 11th, the world comes together to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child. Whilst it is a…

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In Africa, teachers are agents of change during the pandemic

In Africa, teachers are agents of change during the pandemic

Join us in celebrating the role of all teachers across the world as essential workers during the pandemic, and as…

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Our Partners

Lost works closely with communities and partners across the world. Some of our partners include

Our Team

Rev. Johnson Ebong
Chief Executive
Rev. Johnson Ebong is the Director of Lost Foundation Africa, A father, a philanthropist, a tutor, Archdeacon, Missions and Evangelist, Ag. Provincial Secretary, a theologian, a teacher, a Para-counsellor raised and educated so many orphans, started a church scholarship scheme at St. Francis Chapel that sponsored many graduates and post-graduate students. Also established a Community Support units
Mrs. Vicky Ebong
Director of Finance and Corporate Services
Mrs. Vicky Ebong is Vice Chairperson of Lost Foundation Africa, A mother, a leader, a community counselor, administrator and passionate working with young people and have great love and compassion for vulnerable children. She is responsible for ensuring the success of the organization and in bringing together the work of different charities.
Mr. Walker Hitchens
Director of Operations
Mr Walker Hitchens oversees the day-to-day operations of the Foundation and is passionate about ensuring the safe, high-quality and efficient delivery of our services. Walker leads on regulatory compliance, data security and monitoring and sharing good practice across the organization.


There is strength in numbers. With a shared purpose, we believe big things can happen in our communities. The result of aligning ourselves with organizations and partners who have the same dedication is finding creative solutions.

I continue to be inspired that LOST was founded by Rev. Johnson Ebong whose mission was to aid in improving the quality of life for so many in our communities. LOST executes so successfully as they partner, strategize and support a variety of local organizations that continue to do GREAT work 365 days of the year!
Mbabazi Barbra
Lost is focused and disciplined in their approach with proven track record of delivering measurable change. We support them because we live and work in the communities and want to join our neighbors in solving serious problems.
Dr James Okello
Masters in Medicine
LOST is an important effort to insure young people do not fall between the cracks at that very critical age where the direction they take in their lives is still very open to success or failure
Ps Barbra Namakoola
Pastor Of Jesus Reigns International Church
The simplicity of LOST's core mission is refreshing: Uncover a pressing need in the community and then provide meaningful support to a solution. That they are able to do this and channel 100% of donor gifts towards those causes is remarkable.
Martin Aliga
Masters in International Business