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Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility is particularly important to us, as we want to do the best for our employees, customers and our community. This page illustrates how we promote positive change and take responsibility for our social, environmental and economic impact.

Our Guiding Principles

We believe that as a company we have a corporate and social responsibility to implement good environmental practices and provide meaningful support to our community. We also aspire to be respectful to all our employees and customers equally and to consistently operate in a sustainable manner in every area of our business.

As part of our guiding principles, it is our priority to encourage our employees, customers, suppliers and all business associates to act equally corporately and socially.

By following our guiding principles, we aim to fulfill our duty of care to future generations.

Charity mission

We help to empower Uganda’s population living below the poverty line, especially children and women.

We focus on teaching them how to earn an income, using a ‘learning by doing’ methodology, enabling them to meet their basic needs and lead healthy, productive and dignified lives.

Sajjadi traveled to Lwengo District in Uganda to see first-hand how Oracle Solicitors’ support was helping the community.

Sajjad made a promise to his mother before she passed away, to provide drinking water to communities in need. This prompted Sajjad to build a well for a community in Uganda who would otherwise have to walk 5 kilometers to get fresh water.

Sajjadi then met Joseph from the Joy for Humanity Foundation and since then Oracle Solicitors have been involved in a wider project working to bring lasting change to the lives of Ugandans living in rural communities.

Educational training

Oracle Solicitors has contributed to education for children in primary schools. This includes orphans who are also housed within a section of the school.

Plans are currently being drawn up to build a secondary school that will enable the children to continue their education.


UNICEF and UNAIDS report that 47.5 million orphans live in sub-Saharan Africa. 2.5 million of these children live in Uganda.

Oracle Solicitors directly supports housing and education for orphans under this project.


A program has been developed to assess and address all health needs of children and adults in rural communities. A new health center is currently under construction which will include: br br - Separate sections for men, women and children
- A maternity
- A laboratory - for medical tests that are currently not possible, enabling better diagnosis and therefore treatment
- A dental clinic
- Health education in the community
- community village nurses will visit homes and proactively identify health needs.

Adult preparation and learning

A farming system has been introduced that will train rural communities to become farmers. In turn, these farmers will share their wealth and knowledge, so that each one helps two of his neighbors, and the project will continue every year. The plan is for families to become self-sufficient so that they are better able to support themselves and begin to thrive.

In turn, each family will contribute a small amount of money to a localized health system, creating a micro-health system.


Oracle Solicitors actively supports community investment initiatives, supporting charities, local organizations and a sports team. We do this so that Oracle can give back to the community of which we are a part.

Our relationships with the communities we serve are very important to us. When developing our services, we aim to focus on improvements for the community as a whole, and not just for individual customers.

In line with our core values, our strategy within the community is for us to have high levels of involvement with local charities and organisations.

We often offer work experience opportunities for university students, support mentoring programs and offer professional advice to students considering law as a career.

In the past, we have participated in fundraising events and sponsored charities such as: