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P.O Box 24808 Kampala,Millennium Chambers Building, 3rd Floor, Plot 960/961, Entebbe Rd, Kampala, ,

In 2004 Rural Health Promotion and Poverty Alleviation Initiative (RUHEPAI) founders formalised a dream to work with poor rural women and youth in creating a difference in their lives. Six years later, a visible transformation has been made in the lives of people in Birere sub-county of Isingiro District and Ndejje Parish of Wakiso District. There are 939 beneficiaries who are farmers from 64 farmer groups.MissionTo advocate for health and poverty alleviation initiatives that better people

Contact PersonFredica Baguma (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 501 013 / 0772 516 931 / 0703 962 866 / 0775 417 801

Rwenkarabo, Kiziba, Kagango, Sheema,

Our organisation was started by women of Rwenkarabo and our hope was to achieve wealth as women and a better living for our children and youth. Our First project was coffee planting and pig rearing.At first we as women didn

Contact PersonMulezi Joelia (Chairperson)
Telephone0774 133 154
Date Founded

P.O.Box 592 Kasese Plot 13 Cresent Road Kasese Munincipality, ,

Rwenzori African Development Foundation (RADF) is a private, voluntary and Non-governmental organization working in collaboration with local governments, NGOs, community based organizations, women groups, youth groups and others towards improving the social economic well-being of the rural and urban people of the Rwenzori Region.RADF was founded in May 2007 by a team of development workers who met and resolved to create of a development path for the Rwenzori Region. VisionAn empowered and self reliant community living quality and dignified lives in peaceful co-existenceMissionTo strengthen the capacities and empower the rural and urban communities thereby helping to improve their living standardsObjectiveTo build and strengthen the capacity and competences of the rural and urban communitie ...

Contact PersonMuhindo Jackson Rukara- Programmes Manager
Telephone0483 444 616

Butangwa -Butebe, , , 916

RIC-NET genesis was at an open space forums for Rwenzori region CSOs in 2002/2003, which indentified need for effective and reliable information sharing among different shake holders as the most important element that would unlock the region potentials. RIC-NET is a community owned and initiated network of information centres from rural villages to the regional level. RIC-NET registered as CBO in 2005 and incorporated without share capital Reg. 85565 (under section 16(1) of company Act). in 2006, and registerd as Not for profit local NGO by S.5914/11258 (under NGO registration ACT, CAP.113)

Contact PersonM John Silco

P.O Box 27445, KampalaPlot 2140, Old Kiira Road, Bukoto, Flat D,

Shelter and Settlements Alternatives: Uganda Human Settlements Network (SSA:UHSNET) is a network that brings together all stakeholders in the human settlements sector to more effectively address constraints to adequate housing, especially for urban slum dwellers.The idea to form a network in Uganda was born out of the recognition that there are several stakeholders in the sector contributing to access to one or several aspects of adequate housing such as access to water and sanitation or access to security of tenure. However the stakeholders lacked an organised voice as well as opportunities for joint initiatives. All of this, coupled with the inadequate capacity of slum dwelling communities and stakeholders working in the sector to influence policies, programmes and practices towards imp ...

Contact PersonGloria K. Kabwama (Coordinator)
Telephone0312 290 270

P.O Box 42, Kabale,Nyabikoni, Northern Division, Kabale district,

The organization was started by a former street child who received help from a certain family and managed to complete his education with a degree in social work. The issue of street children stayed on his heart and this organization was established because of this man

Contact PersonTushabomwe Patrick (Director)
Telephone0782 859 508 / 0702 859 508
Date Founded

P.O Box 2091, Mbale,Mission Road, Mataya Village, Bushunya Parish, Nakatsi ,Bududa,

A group of 13 farmers formed the Shuniya Yetana as a local group after realising that poverty and low crop yields caused were by loss of soil fertility from soil erosion. They hoped to improve land management and get increased crop yield and house hold incomes.Their first activities were to help each other in farming while carrying out a weekly rotation and pooling of funds together as the main source of income.The group then moved on and registered under non government organisation statute 1989 and improved on the name to be Shuniya Yetana community based organisation. This led to collaboration with government, national and international NGOs in legal partnerships.Current programmes undertaken are;

Contact PersonMicheal Wantsusi (Coordinator)
Telephone0782 573 791 / 0774 139 445
Date Founded

P. O Box 121,Busia,Tila Rd. Opp. Elim Church after Former Miriam Primary School, Busia,

The Africa Inland Church-Uganda was registered with the National NGO Board in September 1993.The aim and objectives for which the Africa Inland Church-Uganda was established are;a) To answer the call of God, thus to go and make disciples for Christ according to the scriptures, Mathew 28:19-20 and Mark 16:15-16.b) To initiate education and schools from nursery to high level.c) To initiate health centers in the community.The Current Activities1. Provision of wheel chairs to lame people2. Provision of scholastic materials to the disadvantaged children in Busia District3. Training of Counseling and Guidance at a diploma level.4. Provision of goats to widows and orphans.5. Provision of tree seedlings of

Contact PersonRev. Wilson Waswa (Chairman)
Telephone0712 411 075

P. O. Box. 24640, Kampala,Plot 1 Kira Road,

The African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN) is a Pan-African organization with country chapters in 24 African countries and a regional office based in Nairobi Kenya. It is a pan African network that promotes child rights and child protection in Africa founded in 1986 in Enugu Nigeria, at the first Child Labour Conference. The Ugandan Chapter was launched in 1992 and registered as a national membership, child protection NGO to address the problem of child abuse and neglect, and promote the protection and promotion of the rights of children in Uganda.In pursuit of her vision of a Ugandan society that upholds the rights of children and is free of child abuse and neglect, it has over the last 18 years become one of the leading child rights a ...

Contact PersonDeogratias Yiga (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 254 550 / 0392 754 550/2

P.O Box 239,Arua,Weatherhead Park Road, Anyafio, Arua Municipality,

CEGED was started by four professional experts who had worked with international NGOs in Westnile region. Initially most NGOs that worked in the region in the pre and post conflict times employed staff that were not originally born in the region. Having phased out the programmes, most of them left and there was a large capacity gap left. Many good initiatives, best practices and lessons learnt were not replicated or sustained by the local CSOs. CEGED was formed to provide local capacity as a center of excellence in non- profit programming.MissionTo contribute to equitable sustainable development in Westnile region through promoting effective service deliveryVisionTo promote good governance as a catalyst for social economic development in WestnileOur initial activities included;

Contact PersonKatungye Vincent (Team Leader)
Telephone0392 300 434

P.O. Box 9063, Kampala,Plot 4384,Block 244,Kiwafu-rd, Kansanga,

The Council for Economic Empowerment for Women of Africa-Uganda Chapter (CEEWA-Uganda) is a registered Non-Governmental, Non-Partisan and not-for-profit organization working to promote the economic empowerment of women in Uganda. CEEWA-Uganda was started in 1995; and traces its origin to the preparatory meetings for the UN Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China.Vision A Uganda in which women

Contact PersonMary Nannono (The Coordinator)
Telephone0414 269 507 / 0414 269 477 / 0312 287 133

P.O. Box 3138, Kampala,Plot 101, Kira Road, Kamwokya,

The Southern and Eastern African Trade, Information and Negotiations Institute (SEATINI) is a regional Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)founded in 1996 soon after the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Singapore Ministerial Conference, upon realizing that Africa in particular and Third World countries in general were marginalized in the WTO negotiations and other global processes.SEATINI has its head offices in Harare-Zimbabwe, regional offices in Kampala-Uganda, Nairobi-Kenya and is represented in Johannesburg-South Africa and Geneva-Switzerland.SEATINI objectivesSEATINI seeks to;

Contact PersonJane Nalunga (Country Director)
Telephone0414 540 856

P.O Box 26990,Block 29, Plot 1521 Mawanda Road,,

The Uganda Land Alliance (ULA) is a membership consortium of national, regional and international civil society organizations and individuals, lobbying and advocating for fair land laws and policies that address the land rights of the poor, disadvantaged and vulnerable groups and individuals in Uganda.VisionUgandan society where there is equitable access and control over land, and where the poor women, men and children are actively participating to eradicate poverty.MissionTo enhance access, control, and ownership of land by the poor and marginalized women, men, and children through the promotion of fair laws and policies aimed at protecting their land rights.Objectives

Contact PersonEsther Obaikol (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 540 048

P.O Box 652, Iganga,Plot 108 ,

We are women

Contact PersonTagoole Margret
Telephone0752 896 159

P.O Box 72485, Kampala,Plot 27, Sir Apollo Kagwa Road,

The Association was started in 2007 by three Makerere University students who had experienced discrimination based on skin colour

Contact PersonSsebyanzi Judah (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 530 668 / 0753 586 588

P.O Box 5658 Kampala,Mukono Commercial Building, 1st floor , Jinja Highway, Mukono Town,

Founded in 1997 by a group of professional environmentalists, Uganda Environmental Education Foundation (UEEF) has since worked with more than 130,000 beneficiaries, including schools, farmers, local governments, other NGOs and community members throughout Mukono District and other parts of Uganda. A number of research projects undertaken in collaboration with other NGOs have contributed substantially to major national policy decisions regarding environmental protection and conservation. UEEF uses a range of proven methodologies and practical tools, based on indigenous knowledge and participatory approaches. It provides services across a broad range of environmental issues including renewable energy, water & sanitation, agriculture and rural development.UEEF recently undertook a rigorous, ...

Contact PersonNicholas Senyonjo (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 290 740

P.O. Box 73, Kihiihi,Kyeshero,Kayonza, Kanungu,

After a baseline study that was carried out in Kayonza sub- County by Herbert Banobi about the backwardness in Kayonza, he started the organisation as a CBO in order to advocate for the development of the area. Community members gathered, brought all the locally available resources/materials and construction for the organization office. They decided to start new projects like community tourism, village based trainers

Contact PersonBanobi Herbert (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 930 304
Date Founded

P.O Box 464, Soroti,Akisim trading centre Kapir Sub-county, Ngora,

With the support of community members, Aiko martin a rural based consultant started the organization with the purpose of building civil collective voices of local citizens so as to influence decisions made by policy makers that affect their livelihoods and local governance.The organization started with community mobilization to embrace the new people

Contact PersonAiko Martin (Executive Director)
Telephone0779 203 445
Date Founded

P.O Box 40058 Kampala,Suite 6, plot 90, Kanjokya House, Kanjokya street, Kamwokya,

Uganda Landmine survivors Association (ULSA) was established in 2005 as the National umbrella organization for Landmine Survivors in Uganda. It works in collaboration with the Uganda Mine Action centre and Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development The vision of Uganda Landmine Survivors Association is to empower landmine survivors to attain better living conditions and the ability to advocate for themselves at all levels.This vision of ULSA is embedded in:

Contact PersonMargret Arach Orech (Director)
Telephone0312 106 984 / 0772 359 796

P.O Box 70223, Kampala,Kipamba Zone,Salaama Rd., Makindye Division, Kampala,

The network was started by a number of organisations with the same mandate that included Luzira Vocational Training Project; FALM; Uganda Youth Aid Society and Bukoggolwa Widows and Orphans

Contact PersonGumila Mbuga
Telephone0751 434 743
Date Founded