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P.O.Box 340, Kampala. Plot 81, Bukoto Street, Kamwokya.,

ADD is a rights-based international development agency. It was started in the UK in 1985 to support people with disabilities in their effort for equalization of opportunities.The ADD programme has grown in size and scope. ADD aims to maintain low administrative overheads yet deliver quality services to Disabled People

Contact PersonJoseph Walugembe ( Programme Director)
Telephone0414 531 446

P.O Box, 12750,Shop No 25/26 UMSC, Commercial Building, Kampala,


Rev. Dr. Chandy of Indian Origin started this NGO in Lira under the name Olaka Child care International. The organisation started with looking after orphans as he had started a school in Lira. It should be noted that he was a Professor with Lira Town School / college though he is now retired in India Kerala. The organisation currently runs under the name Agape Child Care International. We have so far donated five sewing machines to Watoto church widows to promote self-employment. We are taking care of three Orphans in Lira having discovered their plight through The New Vision News Paper. We also help BLESSED ORPHANAGE as and when possible by supplying books and food items. We are now stable and positively moving towards our goal;

Contact PersonRoque Joseph (Executive Director)
Telephone0712 550 560 / 0772 332 378 / 0772 427 016
Date Founded

P.O. Box 33081, Kampala,Plot 65, Semawata Road, Ntinda,

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), ...

Contact PersonKiisa Barnabas (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 288 617

P.O. Box 9714,Kampala,Plot 68 Kanjokya Street Kamwokya,

Platform for Labour Action (PLA) is recognized as a leading civil society actor in the promotion and protection of labour rights and the campaign for social protection and human rights in Uganda both by Government and civil society. PLA works in partnership with national and international organisations and stakeholders

Contact PersonLilian Keene-Mugerwa(Executive Director)/Dorah Caroline Mafabi (Deputy Executive Director)
Telephone0312 260 196 / 0414 253 383

P. o. Box 31067 Kampala,Plot 73, Queen,

Hunger Free World (HFW) is an International NGO working to build a world free of hunger. The organisation, whose headquarters are established in Japan, has affiliates in Burkina Faso, Benin and Uganda for the African region and Bangladesh for the Asian region. Our goal is to create a world free of hunger. The ability to access adequate food to sustain a healthy body and mind is the most fundamental human right. Regardless of where we are born or live, each one of us belongs to a world where hunger is a problem which must be addressed. HFW aims to make this

Contact PersonFred Batte (Country Director)
Telephone0414 255 106 / 0772 409 664 /0414 342 686

P. O Box 27346 Kampala,Plot 190 Old Kiira Road, Ntinda,

Uganda Network of AIDS Service Organizations (UNASO) was founded in 1996. It is a network organization that exists to provide coordination, representation and networking among civil society AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) for enhanced quality HIV and AIDS service delivery. UNASO undertakes this through facilitating ASO participation in constructive dialogue, and engagement of duty bearers in national and decentralized HIV & AIDS response; fostering collaboration, networking, and strategic partnership among ASOs for a harmonized HIV & AIDS response at national and decentralized levels.It provides platforms for exchange and sharing of strategic information and experiences among civil society organisations engaged in HIV & AIDS response. It also exists to provide technical assistance to ASO ...

Category:HIV / AIDS
Contact PersonBharam Namanya (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 274 730

P.O. Box 25769, Kampala,Plot 6B, Nakasero Hill Road, Nakasero,

Protecting Families Against HIV/AIDS (PREFA) is currently the largest Ugandan indigenous Non-Government Organization (NGO) supporting the Ministry of Health (MOH) in the provision of Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV services. PREFA works by supporting MOH to provide technical assistance and oversight for the implementation of full scale quality PMTCT services at national, district and facility levels.Since 2004, PREFA supported up to 36 districts of Uganda for PMTCT service delivery through a five-year PEPFAR-CDC funded project, that tested over 922,776 pregnant women for HIV; identified 58,408 HIV (7% sero-prevalence) infected women and provided PMTCT interventions including Anti-retro viral (ARV) prophylaxis to 46,794 (81%) of them; identified 23,793 (41%) babies ...

Category:HIV / AIDS
Contact PersonDr. David Serukka (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 266 147

P.O Box 29582 ,Kampala,Plot 22/24 Semawata Rd. Ntinda,

Formerly Basic Needs U.K In Uganda, BNFU is building on seven years of experience in the vast field of mental health. BNFU vision is to see the quality of life of people with lived experience of mental ill health improved. The vision wishes to capture a much broader group of people having realized that care givers (family members) bear the burden alongside people with mentally ill health. Our mission on the other hand is to ensure that Ugandans with lived experience of mental ill health are engaged in the governance and management of economic, political, social development programs. We have found that once people receive treatment, they often need help getting integrated back into society. This integration can be achieved by closer collaboration with communities and better coordination wit ...

Contact PersonTina Angela Ntulo (CEO)
Telephone0312 024 01/2

P.O. Box 27200 , Kampala,Plot 25, Bukoto Street, Kamwokya,

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Contact PersonPriscilla Mirembe Serukka (Regional Director)
Telephone0414 532 840

P.O Box 340471 Kampala,Head office; Annex B Building Bulange Mengo,

Buganda Cultural and Development Foundation (BUCADEF) was established by the Buganda Kingdom after recognition that Buganda was endowed with many untapped human and material resource and these could be harnessed for the betterment of the community. Vision A dignified quality of life for the people in BugandaMission Promote and foster the social and economic advancement of all people of Buganda using culture blended with modern management styles to cause sustainable developmentObjectives

Contact PersonKabonge Charles (Ag. Chief Executive Officer)
Telephone0414 271 870

P.O Box 11224, Kampala,Block 9, Plot 490 Off Makerere Rd. (near Law Dev. Centre),

DENIVA is a Ugandan Network of Non-Governmental and Community Based Organizations (NGOs/CBOs) providing a platform for collective action and a voice to voluntary local associations to strongly advocate for creation of more opportunities for people and CSO participation in the development of Uganda. It was founded in February 1988 by a group of Visionary leaders from 21 NGOs in Uganda. They recognized that the scattered efforts by voluntary local associations needed to be marshaled together for better impact and a collective voice. DENIVA has since grown into a large National NGO Network with 800 member organizations spread throughout the Country, with the majority located upcountry. Programmes

Contact PersonJustus Rugambwa (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 530 575 / 540 189
Date Founded

P.O Box 737, Kampala,Plot 1102, Block 8, Kabaka-Anjagala Road,

InterAid (U) Limited is a humanitarian national organization involved in projects geared towards the improvement of livelihoods of the disadvantaged persons both in rural and urban areas. It has consequently a wide experience in the field of developmental assistance, implementing, monitoring and evaluation of health, environment, microfinance, human rights programmes in addition to working with displaced persons particularly refugees.VisionAn empowered society with equitable and sustainable developmentMissionTo advocate, promote, protect and sustain rights of disadvantaged personsPolicy Organ and ManagementInterAid Uganda Ltd has at the policy making level a governing Board of Directors whose members

Contact PersonScholastica Nasinyama ( Executive Director)
Telephone0414 347 022

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 23657, Kampala,Musallima Close Kasubi-Kawaala, Off. Hoima Road, Kampala,

Teens Uganda is a youth led organization focused on promoting healthy lives in communities, youth (socio-economic) empowerment, and addressing environmental issues. TEENS recognizes the contribution of real offline solutions to the risks (challenges/vulnerabilities) of youth/children and women, currently the most marginalized groups by engaging them in decision making processes and orienting actions campaigns.Teens Uganda also facilitates the Young People

Contact PersonHamba Richard ( Director/Programme Representative)
Telephone0712 675 138 / 0702 675 138

Po Box 15351, , , 256

Africa Centre for Minority and Indigenous Peoples is a pan-African human rights organisation working to promote and protect the rights of ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities and indigenous peoples. Africa Centre for Minority and Indigenous Peoples is an advocacy and development based organization devoted to strengthening the capacities of minority and indigenous communities in Africa to secure the respect, promotion and protection of their rights. VisionA society where the dignity of ethnic minorities and indigenous peoples is understood, promoted, respected and all people participate in the protection and promotion of human rights irrespective of their gender, age, ethnic, race, economic and social status. MissionDevoted to eliminating discrimination and racism, forging solidar ...

Contact PersonMulindwa Paul ( Regional Director)
Telephone0392 908 293 / 0704 933 866 / 0712 649 647

Nakulabye Muteesa1 RD, , , 256

Amity child-Uganda offers study bursaries to children in primary, Secondary through University levels. Bursaries normally cover 50% of school/Tuition fees which makes it easier for the beneficiaries to afford education. The Half Bursary programme operates primarily in slums & rural areas in Uganda where the poor make up a bigger percentage of the population and where children have little access to education due to poverty and a lack of value for education. It runs from Pre-primary through University levels. Since December 2011, 1250 students have benefited from this scheme. 40% of these students are orphans and from poor families, who could not afford their education Other programs include; -Child sponsorship -Self sustainability skills training -Leadership training ...

Contact PersonDanson N Tushabe

P.O. Box 35542, Kampala,Balintuma Road Nakulabye,

Community Development Resource Network (CDRN) is a Ugandan, independent development organization founded to support community development work through participatory techniques and to assist organizations involved in such work to be more effective in delivering their mandate. VisionA well governed and just society where all women, men and children live in dignity and harmonyMissionTo contribute to the growth of a vibrant and self determined civil society that defends the rights of the poor and promotes peace, justice, democracy and social equityCDRN Strategic Directions CDRN recognizes the importance of influencing policies and decisions in the environment within which Civil Society Organizations operate, and is strongly committed to making an effective contribution to righting social injus ...

Contact PersonMartin Mwondha (Chief Executive)
Telephone0392 746 117 / 0772 331 439

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 7303, Kampala,Plot 1 Boazman Road Mbuya II,

Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative was started in May 2001 with only 14 clients in the empty church rooms at the basement. To date, we have 4063 active patients and 10% of these are children. Reach Out Mbuya has grown out of the small Christian community in Mbuya Parish and expanded its services closer to the people through its sites of Mbuya, Banda, Kinawataka, and the recent addition of Kasaala, in Luwero district. Achievements

Category:HIV / AIDS
Contact PersonDr. Stella Alamo Talisuna (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 222 630 / 0414 223 334

P.O Box 23722, Kampala,Plot 93/95, Namuwongo Estate, Bukasa Road,

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

Contact PersonJudy Adoko (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 576 818 / 0772 856 212