Kamdini Corner, Lira Municipality, Uganda, 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
Kagadi central ward-kagadi town council, Uganda, P.O. Box 96 kagadi
A group of individuals started the organisations in order to keep the older persons active and pass on their knowledge to the young people in a collective voice. They hoped to achieve the continuity of shared knowledge through the young generation, improved income, improved health practices through awareness campaigns.The first activities we engaged in were peace and conflict resolution campaigns, apiary projects-bee keeping for commercial purposes, saving and credit-SACCO and community mobilisation for membership.Over the years we
P.O. Box 33081, Kampala,Plot 65, Semawata Road, Ntinda, Kampala
Community Shelters Uganda (CSU) is a Ugandan non-political, non - governmental and non - profit making organization seeking to reach out to the dire homeless needy families. We target HIV/AIDS affected people and infected pregnant mothers and children, elderly persons with children under their care, persons with disability, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), refugees, war, floods and mudslides affected families. CSU provides them with free simple decent houses, Ventilated Improved Pit-Latrines (VIPs), protection of spring wells and provision of water tanks for harvesting clean water. Our major aim is to contribute sustainably to the standards of living of the underprivileged communities in Uganda by providing free decent simple permanent shelters, ventilated improved pit latrines (VIPs), ...
P.O Box 1468, Gulu,Dr. Corti Lucille Road Opposite Kony Paco, Gulu Municipality, Gulu
Flama Uganda is a CBO established by a team of dedicated volunteer medical and social development practitioners. The organization and its affiliate medical centre are aimed at providing appropriate, affordable, integrated reproductive health & general clinical medical services to all categories of people, with special emphasis on vulnerable groups like women, the elderly, children and adolescents, as well as other social cases with special needs. The organisation
The organization started after the 23- year- post war conflict in Northern Uganda that left hundreds of thousands of innocent people massacred, thousands of people displaced in refugee camps, properties looted, destroyed and vandalized, innocent lives and houses set ablaze by the rebels. Many youth and children were abducted, raped and defiled resulting in to HIV/AIDS infection and other diseases, dropped out of school, others left parent-less, homeless and not accessing basic education, to mention but a few.In a bid to address the outlined catastrophes, FONU was founded to alleviate the sufferings of these innocent people and restore hope in their lives. It started with distribution of food and non-food items, supporting school-going children through scholastic materials and tuition fees ...
Esther Mugisa started this organization with the hope of helping elderly women, widows, and orphans, with the general aim of improving their standards of living through savings and credit groups, and handcraft making.In order to attain her goals, Mrs Mugisa
Kyenjojo Town Council, Uganda, P.O Box 1076 Kyenjojo
The organisation was started by Pastor Victor Sande who aimed at implementing godly attitudes in the community of Kyenjojo. The first projects involved establishing a church through evangelism and establishing a sponsorship program to help the needy children from their homes.We have noted significant achievements such as buying land equivalent to 20 hectares, building a medical centre and an increase in the numbers of the church congregation to about 200 members.We are currently involved in a sports project that helps youths steer clear of bad influence and we also offer several counselling programs through the church.Our greatest challenges include limited financing, unfaithful staff (being a Christian organisation) and the biting inflation which causes price changes all the time.
We help children with disabilities and the ones who lost their parents through the scourge of HIV/AIDS. We want young people to be able to help themselves in order to get rid of poverty. Poverty makes one weak mentally, physically and economically.