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P.O.BOX 223, Adjumani,Kelvin Road, Adjumani,

After the LRA insurgency in the Northern region, a team of five people formed this organisation. Their main aim was to assist the victims of from the war. Most of the people had bomb fragments or serious bullet wounds while others where suffering from malnutrition and marginalisation while some required plastic surgery.As we began the set up, the organisation provided opportunities to extremely vulnerable people of Adjumani. Our staff members were also involved in Juba peace agreements. We conducted awareness creation amongst members of the community.Since the organisation was founded, we have acquired office space which has provided a friendly working environment. We have been able to work in five sub-counties as compared with one at the start. We have human resource and financial polici ...

Contact PersonMamawi Ujjeo Josephine( Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0772 375 185 / 0754 375 185
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Date Founded

P.O Box 981, Lira,Plot 12, Otim Tom Road, Junior Quarters, Adyel Division, Lira,

www.africanyouthinitiative.org

AYINET is a network of African youth movements, organizations, activists and individuals who are committed to cause changes in the current unequal opportunities in political, social and economic participation in African countries.AYINET was founded out of the three year

Contact PersonVictor Ochen (Director)
Telephone0772 539 879 / 0473 660 170
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Date Founded

Kamdini Corner, Lira Municipality, , P.O Box 569

In a region raided by war, cattle rustling and HIV/AIDS, a group of people formed Agam Development Foundation to help the community deal with the daily plight they were facing. These challenges lead us to our first activities to support orphans education, support people living with HIV/AIDS, correction of poor vision in 10 primary schools, conducting blood tests for diabetes and monitoring heart condition patients as well as blood pressure.Since the time of the organisation

Contact PersonOngom Rufino
Telephone0755 847 167
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Date Founded

P.O Box 66, Lira, Plot 8-10 Market Street, Junior Quarters, Adyel Division, Lira Municipality Council,

www.artforchildrenuganda.org

Art for Children Uganda (ACU) was started by two motivated artists as a community based organization with the aim of transforming visual ART to create awareness, influence historical events, allow creative participation, promote psychosocial healing and develop talents for development among children and youth. The duo were being inspired by the children's talents and further encouraged by their teachers to set up ACU to teach arts education to children not to produce more artists, though that is a by-product but to create a complete human beings capable of leading successful and productive lives. Why ART?ACU believes that ART is a basic to foster brain and skills development. Children in quality art programs benefit from a wide range of positive effects especially those that provide exper ...

Contact PersonAdicho Bernard Isaac (Chief Executive Officer)
Telephone0392 854 233/0392 963 509
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Date Founded

Bamusuuta Parish, Kiboga Town Council, , , P.O.Box 67

Back in the late

Contact PersonNanvubya Esther ( Chairperson )
Telephone0772 393 760 / 0779 396 484
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Date Founded

P.O Box 304, Mityana,Bbuye Kikumbi, Mityana Town Council,

The organisation was started by a team of seven women to improve the lives of women in terms of income, health, education and financial support in the community. They initially began with conducting income generating activities; water and sanitation and HIV/AIDS mobilisation for testing and seeking treatment. Ever since the organisation started their engagements there has been water tanks distribution to the needy. Scholarships have been given to 120 students at different levels. Tree planting and distribution has been well done. We have joined different networks at national and international levels. Currently, we are engaged in palliative care (terminal ill care and management). From these engagements, groups have been formed; courses, seminars and workshops for the board development h ...

Contact PersonNtabaazi Lucy
Telephone0752 625 237
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Date Founded

Bishoozi opposite Bishoozi P/S, Kazo, Kiruhura District, , , PO Box 303, Ibanda

Bishozi Women Association was formed by Annette Rossati from Sweden in 2004. This project was started by 225 women with 12 goats and it continued to 352 women each having 3 goats. So far we have 756 goats in all. We work in four parishes of Kiruhura District: Mbogo, Bishozi, Nsheshe and Engari. Our projects include:

Contact PersonFlora Barihihi Kyomugisha (Chairperson)
Telephone0779 808 800 / 0772 695 069

Hoima Road, Behind St. Stephens Church of Uganda, Opposite Holy Fam Hotel, Nansana, , P. O Box 25973, Kampala

www.branchesoflifeintl.org

Branches of Life International was founded in 2006 by Charles Kalunda, who has spent his childhood as a street kid himself. This organization is a home to 50 children, aged 3-17 years. These are abandoned, street kids, orphans namely vulnerable children. These children had dropped out of schools but now all of them have got chance to go back to school. We have now started a Kindergarten school within the orphanage.The aim is to provide the basic care to the children in need, to encourage and support them in their schools and teach them everyday skills. We want to give these children confidence in their future life!Activities ·         Giving care to the children •Helping and supporting the children with education •Teaching English in Kindergarten &  other children in Branches of lif ...

Contact PersonKalunda Charles (Director)
Telephone0774 595 175 / 0702 595 175
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P.O Box 340471 Kampala,Head office; Annex B Building Bulange Mengo,

www.bucadef.org

Buganda Cultural and Development Foundation (BUCADEF) was established by the Buganda Kingdom after recognition that Buganda was endowed with many untapped human and material resource and these could be harnessed for the betterment of the community. Vision A dignified quality of life for the people in BugandaMission Promote and foster the social and economic advancement of all people of Buganda using culture blended with modern management styles to cause sustainable developmentObjectives

Contact PersonKabonge Charles (Ag. Chief Executive Officer)
Telephone0414 271 870
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P.O.Box 16673 Kampala,Plot 15 Kitgum Road, Unyama Trading Centre,

www.childcareuagnda.org

Childcare Development Organization (CDO) Uganda seeks to improve the socio-economic well being of vulnerable and orphaned children and families.CDO Uganda is a story of commitment by its founders to bring love, hope and help to address the challenges faced by thousands of children in Northern Uganda, who have been orphaned by 23 years civil war and affected by the HIV AIDS pandemic. These children need health, education and care. CDO Uganda works to empower communities to meet the needs of the children and work with families and household members to enable them provide health and education services to their very vulnerable children. Focus ProgramsHealth care and Medical service development

Contact PersonHope Okeny
Telephone0714 310 623/ 0714 768 772
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P O Box 230, Moyo,Plot 6, Moyo Town Council Primary school road, Moyo,

The organization was started by six TASO trained HIV counselors in Moyo District to provide psychosocial support and counseling to youth and people living with HIV/AIDs. At that time, there were no counseling services in the district, youth had psychosocial problems and people living with HIV were left in state of hopelessness. The six counselors thought by establishing a youth centre and offering counseling services, they would restore hope and support them to look at life positively. The aim was to have an empowered community with improved quality of life and good living conditions.Our first activities included, establishment of a counseling and youth centre with recreation activities, formation of 17 in school youth groups and 10 out of school youth groups for guidance, counseling and ...

Contact PersonGwockrick Patrick (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 879 358, 0713 899 358, 0792 879 358
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Kyanyawara Village, Kiko Town Council, , , P.O. Box 872 Fort Portal

The organisation was started by a teacher, Kemigisa Margret, with the purpose of creating income generating projects for communities bordering Kibaale National Park. Communities were trained to think of environment friendly activities that can sustain their lives.In the first period after establishment, the organisation offered activities in handcraft making, music dance and drama, crop and animal farming, environment conservation and education.A number of people picked interest in our work and joined the organisation. We increasingly gained support, including the government which started funding to some of our projects and also participated in training and supervision.Today, CAP has activities in handcraft making, training and marketing, music dance and drama, animal husbandry, environmen ...

Contact PersonKemigisa Margret (Director)
Telephone0774448194
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Rock Crescent West R/d, Western Division, , , P.O.Box 376, Tororo

A group of youths in Tororo district Western Division realized the need to alleviate poverty that was affecting them because they were facing a threat of unemployment, health issues among others. It

Contact PersonWanyama Cyrus (Executive Chairman)
Telephone0702 123 556
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Date Founded

P.O Box 379 Jinja ,JDAB offices, Mufubria subconty-Kumuli Road,

Jinja District Association of the Blind (JDAB) was initially called Victoria Association and Workshop of the Blind. It was formed by six blind people with an aim of uniting the blind and empowering them through vocational training. It initially operated in whole of Busoga region with the workshop located in Jinja District, in a building belonging to the custodian board for departed Asians. Its aim activity then was art and craft work. When the Asians returned to Uganda the building was repossessed.The initiators then lacked a workshop place and started to operate in the compound of Spere road primary school. With funding from Netherlands embassy, the association contracted a building in the compound of the school as unit for blind children vacation training. Government took over the unit ...

Contact PersonKawuma Fazaria (co-ordinator)
Telephone0782 242 352 / 0702 755 212
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Kagadi Town Council, near kagadi hospital, Kibaale District, , , P.O Box 166 kagadi

The founders had a mission of transforming the rural poor Ugandans from peasantry society to modern and self sustainable, in pursuit of peace, democracy, patriotism as well as unity in diversity. They hoped to achieve a society where people live in dignity and decent life.They therefore set out with HIV prevention campaigns through drama, radio talk shows, live testimonies, voluntary counselling and testing as well as supporting income generating activities such as bee keeping for people living with HIV.As an organisation, we grew from a CBO to and NGO in 2009 and opened up opportunity for local, national and international members from individual membership, and started establishing model gardens at local levels.We currently offer Health development programmes, economic community programm ...

Contact PersonAkweteireho Amiri (Executive Director)
Telephone0772396106
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Date Founded

P. O Box 45, Kigumba,Kigumba Trading Centre,

We formed this group as a result of inspiration from a fellow youth Mr. Okaba Patrick (R.I.P) who was concerned about the challenges faced by the youth in our community. The challenges included extreme poverty, high illiteracy levels, drug abuses, the high HIV/AIDS prevalence and the increasing indiscipline among the youths. Having identified these problems, 20 youths from Kigumba town had to organize and mobilize themselves to form the group.We started with a few activities which included;

Contact PersonKato Jacob (Chairperson)
Telephone0784 877 593
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C/O Masindi District Local Government P.O Box 67 ,Kijura market, Central Division, Masindi Municipality (Katama village),

Kijura Disabled Women Association (KIDWA) is a group of women with disabilities formed in 2004 by five members. It currently has 20 members who include the physically disabled, deaf, mental and visual impairment. KIDWA is affiliated to Masindi District Disabled Persons Union (MADDIPU).It is a community based organization with a small individual member projects. Objectives

Contact PersonNyamaizi Margret (secretary)
Telephone0782 147 373 / 0773 468 345
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P.O Box 14095 Mengo,Busega on Kampala ,

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Contact PersonMonica Angeyo (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 270 234 / 0414 270 579 / 0782 517 557
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P.O.BOX 326, Gulu,Layibi Central A/B (adjacent to Railway Crossing Kampala- Road),

Luo Talent Centre-Gulu is a Community Based Organisation fully registered with the Gulu District Department of Community Services which was opened in 2007 in regard to proclaim reconciliation and sustainable peace in the war torn Acholiland. The socio-cultural project combines social justice training in conflict transformation, adult education, vocational training, and cultural activities. The Luo Talent Centre-Gulu works with the local community to revive and strengthen some good traditional cultural practices especially music, drama, and dance.Vision To bring together talented youth from different sectors and lifestyles, train them to use culture as a means of expression of and therapy of coping with war effects like trauma.MissionTo support, promote, preserve, and develop indigenous Cul ...

Contact PersonKomakech Robert (Board Chairperson)
Telephone0787 807 015 / 0782 844 752
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P.O.BOX 326, Gulu,Layibi Central A/B (adjacent to Railway Crossing Kampala- Road),

Luo Talent Centre-Gulu is a Community Based Organisation fully registered with the Gulu District Department of Community Services which was opened in 2007 in regard to proclaim reconciliation and sustainable peace in the war torn Acholiland. The socio-cultural project combines social justice training in conflict transformation, adult education, vocational training, and cultural activities. The Luo Talent Centre-Gulu works with the local community to revive and strengthen some good traditional cultural practices especially music, drama, and dance.Vision To bring together talented youth from different sectors and lifestyles, train them to use culture as a means of expression of and therapy of coping with war effects like traumaMissionTo support, promote, preserve, and develop indigenous Cult ...

Contact PersonKomakech Robert (Board Chairperson)
Telephone0787 807 015 / 0782 844 752
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