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P.O Box 71881, , , 256

www.linktoprogress.org

Link to progress (LTP) was founded in 2008 and carries out water, sanitation, hygiene and construction projects in areas with the highest poverty and lowest safe water coverage ratios. LTP registered with Uganda National NGO Board in 2009. LTP was founded by the Good Shepherd Foundation which was established in the Netherlands in 2002 and has since been involved in the funding and implementation of rural development projects in Uganda and India. TGS NL is a founding member of LTP and a major shareholder in TGS Water Ltd. LTP started operating in Uganda in 2008 but the people in the board of LTP and the partners of LTP have been involved in the implementation of rural water supplies. Between 2008 and February 2015, LTP, both directly and through supporting foundations has implemented ...

Physical AddressPlot 40, Chwa II Road, Mbuya / Plot 12, Osman road, Lir...
Telephone+256752222015 /+256772222010/16
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Lungujja - Kitunzi, , , 213 Nateete

www.lucoheco.org

Lungujja Community Health Caring Organization (LUCOHECO) is a faith based and indigenous Non-Governmental Organization registered as a not for profit entity by the government of Uganda with registration number (S.5914/10860) under the Non-Governmental Organizations Registration Statute, 1989. LUCOHECO is locally affiliated to Kamwokya Christian Caring Community (KCCC), Uganda Community Based Association for Women and Children Welfare (UCOBAC) and the Catholic Church in Uganda which have been its development partners since it was started. We are a member to global networks i.e. Huairou Commission and GROOTS International, the St Paul’s Foundation for International Reconciliation (SPFIR) and African Empowered Communities all based in the United States of America. All our activities a ...

Contact PersonNakibuuka Maxensia Takirambule
Telephone+256414599005
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P.O BOX 30463, , , 256

www.water.cc

Living Water International Uganda (LWIU) is an affiliate of Living Water International (LWI) - a Christian non-profit international development organization with headquarters in Texas, Houston and programs in +24 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. LWIU was formed in 2009 & registered as a foreign Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with the National NGO Board on the 2013. LWIU exists to demonstrate the love of God by helping communities acquire and maintain desperately needed clean water and to experience ‘living water’—the gospel of Jesus Christ—which alone satisfies the deepest thirst”. Vision: A nation of empowered communities having access to sustainable water and sanitation to the Glory of God.

Physical Address1st Floor, Timber King Building, Kansanga-Ggaba Road, K...
Telephone772-725195
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P.O. Box 11682, , , 256

www.mafauganda.org

Maganjo Farmers Association (MAFA) is a women initiated organization founded in 2001. It was initially a community based organization but later registered as a nonprofit Non-Governmental Organization in 2010 with registration no. S. 5914 /8563. The organization was formed to help rural farming communities in Uganda form a common voice to address the problems they face with their children &to fight the discriminating practices inhibiting the women’s potential in economic production. To date, the organization works in Wakiso and Luwero Districts with 20,432 households with an average of 6 people per family, making a total of 122,592 people (98,073 women and 24,519 men; 51% of whom are youths) who are organized into 625 small but strong hard working farmer groups each with between 20 – 25 ...

Physical AddressKampala, Bwaise- Industrial zone, Plot 336
Telephone+256 784 353815/ +256 752 604 396
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Makerere University Joint AIDS Programme (MJAP)

Plot 4B, Kololo Hill Drive, , , 25641

www.mjap.or.ug

Makerere University Joints AIDS Program is a company limited by guarantee under Makerere University working towards consolidation of the model for provision of the full continuum of HIV/AIDS and TB prevention, care and treatment services whilst contributing to national health systems strengthening for delivery of quality services. Makerere University Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) emerged from the Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) which was established in November 2004 under the then Makerere University Faculty of Medicine with funding from the US President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and technical assistance from the United States of America Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the provision of comprehensive HIV/AIDS services. In 20 ...

Contact PersonDr. Jennifer Namusobya - Executive Director
Telephone256417715800
Fax25641715823
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, , P.O Box 280 Kisoro

www.mcdou.org

The Mgahinga Community Development Organisation (MCDO) is an umbrella group comprising of several groups, associations and educational facilities, united by a common goal of improving the lives of the people of Mgahinga. MCDO supports the development of sustainable projects that result in a harmonious and positive coexistence between the Mgahinga community and the surrounding environments, that benefit the community economically and that preserve local environments and species.    Lake Mutanda and the surrounding Mgahinga community are situated in the shadow of the Virunga Mountains. This south western corner of Uganda is truly at the heart of the African continent, where the mountain range straddles the borders of Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo; and provides a haven ...

Contact PersonEdison Ndayambaje
Telephone+256782306973
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Po Box 182 Mpigi, , , 256

www.mountains-ofhope.com

Mountains of Hope Childrens Ministries is a non-profit NGO working with children, marginalized rural families, and their communities in Uganda to reach their full potential. Our focus is on Child protection, Promoting access to quality Education, Reproductive Health, Food security and Nutrition, Income generation, Rights awareness and Environmental protection. Mountains of Hope currently works in Mpigi District but will extend its services to 07 other Districts in Uganda in the near future which include: Mityana, Gomba, Butambala, Bukedea, Kyankwanzi, Mubende, and Sembabule Districts. Mountains of Hope (MoH) is dedicated to addressing the basic needs of orphans in Uganda - regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or faith. MoH provides sponsorship, shelter, community Based Development P ...

Contact PersonJames Malinga
Telephone256772413465
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Kisugu, , , 31042

www.mwgug.org

Mwana wa gwanga is a Uganda based foundation registered under the umbrella of non-governmental organization with mandate to carry out specific duties based on the young children  www.mwgug.org   Ways to Help a Needy Child Assist young children by setting up schools, tertiary institutions, orphanage, quality health care units, sensitize on family planning and medical care that finance. Its my ambition and God’s call that we focused on the definiteness and vulnerable children....    Our specific objective is to identify these needy children in most vulnerable areas such as war areas and compile suitable and relevant teaching for different levels of training in sports and other skills of training and provide trained personnel to support with the upbringing of these children in order t ...

Contact PersonBobson B
Telephone0414692487, 0704575328
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P.O Box: 35563, , , 256

WWW.nawad.co.ug

National Association for Women Action in Development (NAWAD) is a voluntary non-governmental organisation that was initiated by a group of women in 2009 and legally registered in 2010. NAWAD is focused on the family and the crucial role women play in their families, their communities and the development of Uganda as a nation. Our goal is to promote the fundamental human rights of women and young people especially in relation to sustainable management of the environment and natural resources, health and economic security. We believe that “Putting the woman at the fore front” and encouraging men to work with them is the only way to develop stable families and communities and the best way to ensure that all Ugandans can realise their full potential. NAWAD’S program areas include ...

Physical Address: plot 112;block 267 Lweza, Entebbe Road, after Mogas ...
Telephone414665916/72820199
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POBox 8567, , , 256

www.nudipu.org

The National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda (NUDIPU), is an indigenous umbrella NGO of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), formed in November 1987. It brings together all categories of disabilities including the physically, sensory and mentally impaired people. The coalition has always worked to break the tradition that tended to treat PWDs as objects of charity and medical care. NUDIPU exists to promote the equalisation of opportunities and active participation of PWDs in mainstream development processes. This is pursued through participation in policy planning, capacity building, awareness enhancement and resource mobilisation. We believe that the position of disabled people in society is a human and civil rights issue and that society must be changed to allow our full inclus ...

Physical AddressPlot No 530, Bukoto-Kisasi Road
Telephone414 540 179
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P. O. BOX 131, , , 256

Pamo Volunteers was established in 1995 by men and women of vision who were mindful of serious problems, which the vulnerable and disadvantaged people of Uganda are facing. It was registered with NGO Board in Kampala in 1996. It has a compassion and a visionary approach of community development. The word “Pamo” comes from the vernacular word “Ipamora” meaning people who share at all times. Vision: is a community in which all the vulnerable / disadvantaged people realize their full potential in societies that respect people’s right and dignity. Mission: To improve the quality of the life of vulnerable/disadvantaged people by enabling them, their families and communities to meet the basic needs and to increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies. Ove ...

Physical AddressAKADOT TRADING CENTER, 10KM MUIKONGORO- NGORA ROAD
Telephone+256782432177
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P.O. Box 24928, , , 256

www.rtyug.org

Reach The Youth-Uganda (RTY) was founded to respond to the health, social, economic and humanitarian challenges faced by children (5-18 years) and the youth (18-30 years). Vision: A world where youths have the opportunity to maximize their potential and to influence decisions that affect their lives. Mission: To contribute to the process of supporting the youth to have access to opportunities and choices for self-improvement and sustainable livelihoods. The values of RTY are honesty, integrity, continuous learning, investing in staff and volunteers, teamwork, creativity, innovativeness and mutual respect. Its overall is to enable the youth live healthier and more productive lives. RTY is mandated to operate in all district in Uganda and has implemented programmes in Greater ...

Physical AddressPlot 1676 Bukoto-Kisasi Road
Telephone772992312/428640/7000200431
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09 Isingiro, , , 256

www.racd-uganda.org

Real Agency for Community Development (RACD) is an NGO established in October 2007 as a CBO working in Isingiro District, particularly in three sub counties ie Endiinzi, Mbaare and Rugaaga. It was started with the aim of empowering communities to improve their livelihood by putting up sustainable income generating activities like milk coolers, grinding machines and sensitizing people about HIV/AIDS. Later on the scope of work expanded and RACD went beyond the CBO capacity which prompted the members to advocate for promotion to an NGO status. After registering as an NGO with NGO Board on 12th June, 2012, the organization strengthened its operations in the areas of its objectives set. It started by conserving natural resources, providing support to vulnerable people in Isingiro Distr ...

Physical AddressEndiinzi Town Council, BukangaIsingiro District South ...
Telephone+256772864501/0772357580
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7242 kampala Uganda, , , +256

Reviving Hope Uganda is charitable, indigenous, non-for-profit youth ages from 11-30 and children months – 10 development organization registered with the aim of empowering vulnerable groups particularly the HIV/AIDS victims, youths and orphans with knowledge, skills and support to alleviate poverty within this target group as a strategy to address one of the key factors contributing to the rapid spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.Ever since 2012, Reviving Hope Uganda has been joining forces with youth in different areas to prevent, create awareness. Reviving Hope Uganda uses skills development for income generation, information education, community outreach, capacity building to address the given issues and so far we have covered kawuku,namulanda,mpala,bwebajja,kitende,lweza,seguku,lubowa,za ...

Contact PersonJean-Luc Kitsa or Nsubuga Ibrahim Saad .K.
Telephone+256706756500
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P. O. Box 27838, , , +256

www.rightsinitiatives.org

Rights Initiatives International is a Non Governmental Organization registered in Uganda under the Act of parliament Cap 113 registration number 11846. Our organization addresses issues of Human rights and Governance including; Civic and political rights, Economic Social and Civic participation, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), Rights to sustainable environment as well as Social Research and policy advocacy. We empower people especially special interest groups including youth, women, people with special needs and older persons to fight for their rights. We address our issues through capacity building, advocacy, training, public education, community dialogues, awareness creation, designing and implementing projects as well as partnership building with the public and other ...

Contact PersonEmmanuel Curuma
Telephone+256 772 579 420
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340 KYOTERA RAKAI, , , 256

Rural Community Strategy for Development (RUCOSDE) is a non profit making indigenous non partisan Community based organization found in Rakai District Uganda –East Africa established in January 2006 by a group of Volunteers to identify solutions to increased cases of Violence of marginalized communities, especially Gender based sexual violence which increased HIV/ AIDS and Poverty in the rural areas of Rakai District, Uganda. Vision: Rakai District free from human rights abuse and promotion of good local governance. Mission: To foster the promotion, protection, respect of human rights and good governance in Rakai District.

Physical AddressKAKUUTO-BUKOBA ROAD
Telephone0392-961-267,077 2 581178,07054949466
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P.O. Box 898, , , 256

www.rcra-uganda.org

Rwenzori Center for Research and Advocacy (RCRA) is a non-profit company limited by guarantee, registered under Institutions Act 2012 with charity No. 186835 to operate in Uganda. It was formed in 2010 as a CBO/182 by a group of social workers and scientists with the purpose of fostering innovations to improve lives of women and children. RCRA is also registered with the US federal government under NCAGE code: SWF69. RCRA operates in the 7 districts of Rwenzori Region in Western Uganda. RCRA endeavors to expand coverage in Uganda and extend its technology for development services to Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, Malawi and South Sudan. RCRA presently collaborates with Local Governments, International development organizations, Health Centres, Clinics and Hospitals, Moon University ...

Physical AddressBoma Government Building, Fort Portal
Telephone+256774553595
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P.O Box 916, Fort Portal, , , +256

www.ricnet.co.ug

Rwenzori Information Centres Network (RIC-NET) is a community owned information, knowledge and skills sharing network established in 2005 by the Civil Society Organizations in Rwenzori region, western Uganda. The genesis of RIC-NET was at an open space forums for CSOs in 2002/2003, where the need to establish a network to boost effective and reliable information sharing was higly pronouced. RIC-NET was established to harnesses the available resources and opportunities in order to strengthen information, knowledge and skills sharing within the region. The genesis of RIC-NET was the result of an open space forum for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in 2002/2003, whereby participants expressed a need to establish a network for effective information and knowledge sharing throughout the regi ...

Contact PersonMurugahara John
Telephone+256772607149
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Kamwokya, , , +256

Save the Old Uganda (SOU) is a registered local community organization with registered number S5914/9839/ that was founded by youth in Kampala to address the plight of the old people in Uganda. The youth, many of them having grown up with their grandparents and witnessed the suffering similar older people in their communities were going through, decided to do something to avert this suffering. Older people are a great resource that is knowledgeable, caring, loving, with incalculable collective wisdom. This prompted these youth to use their different skills, knowledge, talents and opportunities to inspire and transform communities to address the plight of old people. SOU has a team of youth committed to support any efforts geared towards advocating for the wellbeing of old people in our soc ...

Contact PersonMukose Moses
Telephone+256774008253/+256700655209
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P.O. Box 97, , , 256

Since its inception in 2013, Shines Children’s Foundation (SCF) has been a positive force for behavioural change, directly influencing and involving the young people (14-24 years) in educational and other developmental efforts in order to improve the sexual-reproductive health and effect behavioural change. SCF was founded by a group of youth on realization of the need for care and support for the Orphans, youth, young mothers, People with disabilities and Vulnerable children. SCF has since gained vast experience in working directly with young people on, Orphans and Vulnerable Children, educational and behavioural changes concerning HIV/AIDS, STDs, and adolescent Sexual reproductive health in general, Human Rights, Life skills, Peer Education and youth and women empowerment. SCF’s m ...

Contact PersonKiirya Denis
Physical AddressAfrican Quarters, Kasigwa Road, plot 18 Masindi
Telephone786085109