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P. O. Box 28611 Kampala,Plot 378, Mosque Road, Bukoto,

Uganda Youth Network (UYONET), a seemingly ambitious yet modest initiative begun in 2002 as the Youth Analysis Board, constituted to provide a forum for youth to debate and provide policy alternatives in Uganda. Since its official registration with the NGO board in 2003 as an umbrella NGO for youth civil society groups, the network has metamorphosed into Uganda

Contact PersonEmmanuel Kitamirike (Executive Director)
Telephone0312 276 944

P.O. Box 802, Gulu, ,

Unyama Youth Group is a civil society organisation formed in 2001. VisionTo promote environmental awareness to eradicate poverty among the rural poor community by tree planting and keeping of livestock by 2020 in every homestead.The youth group currently has 30 to 50 active volunteers who are totally engaged in environmental protection and natural resources management, agriculture and rural livelihood.The youth group is supported by Gulu NGO Forum under a youth leadership project.There is limited funding to support the youth to carry out training on environmental natural resources management agriculture and rural livelihood.

Contact PersonJohn Opio (Chairperson)
Telephone0783 759 967

P.o Box 67,Masindi,Bwijanga T/Centre Masindi-Hoima Rd.,

VIRUDI was started by the community after realising that there was a need of eradicating poverty in the sub county by giving out poultry equipments, agricultural inputs like bean seeds, maize seeds, cassava stems and piggery projects through paying subscription and membership fees.The first activities included:

Contact PersonMugume Charles (Chairperson)
Telephone0773 404 518

P.O Box 2831, Kampala,Plot 2727, Muyenga Road,Kampala,

VSO is an international development agency that works through volunteer professionals to fight poverty and disadvantage. VSO sees development as a complex and continuous process that empowers people and communities to fight disadvantage, take control of their future and fulfill their potential.VSO has been working in Uganda since 1962. Initially, VSO supported the education sector; this has evolved over time due dynamism in the development arena and today, VSO works in 3 programme areas, including health, disability and participation and governance. So far, more than 6,000 international volunteers have been placed to work with different partner organisations. While Uganda enjoys a high growth rate averaging 8% per annum, this is currently not proportionately being translated into better li ...

Contact PersonPeter Barnard (Country Director)
Telephone0414 269 655 /267 008 /268 984 / 0312 264 595

P.O Box 535, Lira,Independence Road, Ojwina Division Headquarters, Lira,

WOPI-U was started by a group of women that came together to initiate the hope of bringing back peace, development and a violence free society to Northern Uganda. At the time of WOPI-U

Contact PersonAwor Catherine (Ag. Coordinator)
Telephone0774 805 058/ 0775 907 768/ 0772 651 746
Date Founded

P.O Box 64, Namayingo,Market Street, Namayingo,

Youth Co-operative for Rural Development (YRCD) is a social cooperative registered as a Community Based Organization by the department of Community Development, Buinja Sub County. The Co-operative was initiated by youth to fulfil their social obligation and passion to transform the poor social-economic status of fellow youth in the district. YCRD was initiated after recognizing that the youth have a lot of potential but are unable to utilize it unless they are empowered with skills, guided, inspired and motivated to develop their innate power that exists within them.VisionA youth led developmentMissionEmpowering Youth as agents of social-economic transformation How we workYCRD works with the community especially the youth to awaken and develop their talent and potential by empowering them ...

Contact PersonBwire Patrick ( Team Leader)
Telephone0772 476 569

P.O Box 113, Yumbe ,Arua Road TPO Building Opposite Boma Grounds,

The forum was founded by seven civil society organisations. This was in response to demands for better coordination and conductive operation environment. We were to make a contribution to the creation and strengthening of member organisation that engage government partners, the private sector, citizens and other stakeholders leading to rights based approaches. Initially the forum was driven by four strategic directions;

Contact PersonAsuma Muzamil (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 666 877 / 0774 626 431 /0755 666 877
Date Founded