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P.O Box 14095 Mengo,Busega on Kampala ,

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Category:Disability
Contact PersonMonica Angeyo (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 270 234 / 0414 270 579 / 0782 517 557
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Namirengo Road, Njeru Town Council,

Lakeshore Co -operative Savings and Credit Society Ltd (Lakeshore SACCO) was first registered under the name of Buwagajo Fishing Co operatives Society Ltd in 1988 under the Primary Co operative Societies Act, 1970. The committee adopted a new approach to develop its members by changing the objectives of the society to become a savings and credit society and amended the name to Lakeshore Co operative Savings and Credit Society Ltd on in 2006 while maintaining its original registration number.Mission To alleviate poverty among its members, improve individual welfare, through savings and enabling credit to majority of the members at affordable interest ratesLakeshore Sacco has improved both the economic and welfare of its members in its area of operation which comprises all wards/parishes of ...

Category:Microfinance
Contact PersonHenry Baliddwa ( Manager )
Telephone0712 950 743
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P.O Box 23722, Kampala,Plot 93/95, Namuwongo Estate, Bukasa Road,

www.land-in-uganda.org

Land and Equity Movement in Uganda (LEMU) was formed to contribute to government

Contact PersonJudy Adoko (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 576 818 / 0772 856 212
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P.O. Box 50, Amolator,Amolatar Town Council, Corner Aputi cell, Namasale road, ,

Lango Samaritan Initiative Organisation (LSIO) was founded in 2006 and administered by development oriented persons to create a peaceful society where Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVCs), People living with HIV/AIDS, widows and other disadvantaged groups of people can realise their potential.Vision A Uganda in which children, orphans, widows, HIV/AIDS victims and other marginalized groups enjoy the same rights and freedom as any other human being with due respect to their nature and values as they grow and live in the society.MissionTo reach out to those in needy situations and improve the standard of living of the disadvantaged in collaboration with stake holders within and outside the countryOverall organization goalDeveloped self esteem and improved living conditions of needy c ...

Contact PersonAyo Anthony (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 614 436 / 0702 614 436 / 0755 614 436
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P.O Box 349, Gulu,Gulu Bus Park, Behind Police Post,

Laroo Pece Women Association (LAPEWA) is a women

Contact PersonGarbert B. Alichan (Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0773 390857 / 0772 529 188
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P.O Box 70, Paidha,Paidha Teachers College Road,

A group of young university graduates came together to address the problem of HIV/AIDS patients who lacked counselling and basic needs like food, clothing and shelter. They wanted the HIV patients to live a dignified life that was stress free. They also wanted them to enjoy basic human needs that they were lacking. The graduates started with providing HIV/AIDS counselling services moving from house to house. They also played part in creating awareness on the dangers of HIV/AIDS among the community.Some of the changes which have been realised since the Organisation was founded include; recruitment of four permanent programme staff and establishment of a functional board of directors.Current Programmes

Category:HIV / AIDS
Contact PersonWilliam Anyolitho (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 688 394
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Date Founded

P.O Box 38, Bugiri,Nkusi Town , Bugiri,

Light the Future for Young Generation (LIFFYGE) is a Christian NGO which basically intends to cover all the districts of Busoga region to spearhead poverty alleviation in the region but also wishes to reach out to other parts of Uganda with a similar intention. The core mission of the organization is,

Contact PersonMagumba Frank (General Secretary)
Telephone0782 047 475 / 0202 564 711
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P.O Box 253,Mityana, Opposite half London Hotel Busura Bulongo Kakumbi Ward, Mityana,

LIRUBO was started by eight members spearheaded by Andrew Muyingo. We started it to improve on the health education and vulnerability of orphans and vulnerable children in Mubende district. The members wanted to improve the education levels of community members of Bulera/Kassanda sub- counties in Mubende district through assisting the vulnerable children. The first project we undertook was rural based HIV/AIDS prevention, home based care and support in Bulera and Kassanda sub-county. This was funded by AIM/USAID in which over 150 children benefited in education assistance, 100 HIV/AIDS people benefited from home based care and 2,500 people sensitized in HIV/AIDS prevention. The first notable change was building capacity of members in terms of skills. Also recognizing that our organisatio ...

Contact PersonMuyingo Andrew (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 838 101
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Date Founded

P.O Box 253,Mityana,Opposite half London Hotel Busura Bulongo Kakumbi Ward, Mityana,

LIRUBO was started by eight members spearheaded by Andrew Muyingo. We started it to improve on the health education and vulnerability of orphans and vulnerable children in Mubende district. The members wanted to improve the education levels of community members of Bulera/Kassanda sub- counties in Mubende district through assisting the vulnerable children.The first project we undertook was rural based HIV/AIDS prevention, home based care and support in Bulera and Kassanda sub-county. This was funded by AIM/USAID in which over 150 children benefited in education assistance, 100 HIV/AIDS people benefited from home based care and 2,500 people sensitized in HIV/AIDS prevention.The first notable change was building capacity of members in terms of skills. Also recognizing that our organisation is ...

Category:Health
Contact PersonMuyingo Andrew (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 838 101
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Date Founded

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 ...

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Physical AddressPlot 40, Chwa II Road, Mbuya / Plot 12, Osman road, Lir...
Telephone+256752222015 /+256772222010/16
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P.O. Box 843, Lira, Lira District Local Government Headquarters, Natural Resources Compound (Next to Production Offices and Opposite Community Services Offices), Lira Municipality, ,

BackgroundThe Lira NGO Forum (LNF) is an umbrella body of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) operating in Lira District; it was the first forum to be established in northern Uganda, in 1998. The Forum is a membership organization registered with the National NGO Board. The Forum was formed to coordinate activities of CSOs, mobilize resources, advocate for the rights of the voiceless and build capacity of CSOs, Promote networking and information sharing among organizations, Governed by the Annual General Meeting (AGM) as it oversees program implementation through a nine member Executive Committee (EC) democratically elected by member organizations at the Annual General Assembly. EC is the policy making body of the Forum. VisionA vibrant, democratic, gender balanced and prosperous society M ...

Contact PersonDaniel Okello (Programmes Coordinator)
Telephone0392 701 23 / 0779 511 800
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P.O Box 843 Lira,Lira District Local Government Headquarters, Natural Resources Compound (Next to Production Offices and Opposite Community Services Offices), Lira Municipality,

The Lira NGO Forum (LNF) is an umbrella body of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) operating in Lira District; it was the first forum to be established in northern Uganda, in 1998. The Forum is a membership organization registered with the National NGO Board. The Forum was formed to coordinate activities of CSOs, mobilize resources, advocate for the rights of the voiceless and build capacity of CSOs, Promote networking and information sharing among organizations, Governed by the Annual General Meeting (AGM) as it oversees program implementation through a nine member Executive Committee (EC) democratically elected by member organizations at the Annual General Assembly. EC is the policy making body of the Forum. VisionA vibrant, democratic, gender balanced and prosperous societyMissionPromote ...

Contact PersonDaniel Okello (Programmes Coordinator)
Telephone0392 701 230 / 0779 511 800
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Bwanagweno Road, Opposite II Ford Photo Studio, Kitgum, ,

Live Again (LAG) is a registered community-based organisation that was started in 2006. It was formed as a result of the civil war in northern Uganda which was characterised by destruction of properties, loss of lives as well as forceful displacement of people in the Internally Displaced People

Contact PersonGladys.A. Oyat (Executive Director)
Telephone0471 440 143 / 0772 695 155
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P.O. Box 329,Iganga,Lubas road off kaliro road, about 400meters from the last round-about on Iganga -Kaliro road,

Livelihoods Development Initiatives

Category:Education
Contact PersonMulondo Elia (Programme Coordinator )
Telephone0 712 983 448 / 0712 312 110
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P.O Box 35309, Kampala,Plot 169 Bombo Road, Wandegeya,

www.loveofthechild.co.ug

We are a membership organisation founded that provides requisite health care, formal education, food services and vocational training services to the youth, children, families and those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. VisionA Society where all orphans and other vulnerable children live to their full prospective, aspiration and their rights are fulfilled Mission To enhance a framework for the enjoyment of rights and execution of responsibilities of orphans and other vulnerable children Programme Objectives

Contact PersonPeter Kikomeko (Executive Director)
Telephone0782 320 201 / 0414 571 713
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Date Founded

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 ...

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Contact PersonNakibuuka Maxensia Takirambule
Telephone+256414599005
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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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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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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
E-mail

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
E-mail