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P.O. Box 276,Nateete,Obbuntu Close,Buddo Masaka rd,

www.maccentreug.org

Mission After Custody (MAC) is a charitable organization with an aim of helping, particularly prisoners/inmates, ex-offenders and returnees by offering them a window of kindness and love, while enhancing advocacy and awareness of their inalienable rights. Resettling and re-integrating ex-prisoners, returnees into the mainstream society to control re-offending, minimizing the crime rate is at the heart of our core activities. Vision statement A harmonious and responsive society that appreciates the law Mission statement Promoting observance of the rights and welfare of in-mates and ex-offenders. Goal Ensuring that the rights of inmates and ex-prisoners are upheld and protected and further guarantee ex-prisoners

Contact PersonMorris Kizito Mukasa ( Executive Director)
Telephone0782 811 538
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P.O Box 28190, Kampala,Plot 10/12 Kampala Road, Uganda House, 2nd Floor, Room 5.11,

www.uganda-can.org

U-CAN is a non-government, non-partisan and non-profit making organisation founded to work towards ensuring that consumers everywhere in Uganda (especially the most vulnerable

Contact PersonDan Marlone Nabutsabi (Chief Executive Officer / Coordinator)
Telephone0414 595 978/ 0772 883 434/ 0703 113 311
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Date Founded
Zion Children's Orphanage

Serwanga Joel Jovan, , , 9285

www.zionchildrensorphanageug.org

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.

Telephone+256783000171
Fax+256759298200
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P.O Box 29833, Kampala,Plot 609, block 216, Kalinabiri zone 1 behind Kalinabiri Primary School, Ntida,

United Deaf Women Organisation (UDEWO) was established in 2002 by a group of 21 young deaf women in Uganda. Its vision is a community without barriers to the enjoyment of deaf women

Category:Disability
Contact PersonNamarome Rehema (Executive Director)
Telephone0782 703 628 / 0785 894 617
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P.O Box 72611 Kampala,

Uganda Parents with Deaf-Blind Association was started by 3 parents with deaf-blind children at Uganda school for Ntinda-Kampala. This was after exposure on their visit in a workshop in Nairobi-Kenya and on their return to Kampala; they resolved to mobilize other parents to form the above mentioned association. The membership has now grown from three parents to 1,476 parents covering the whole Uganda with eight branches. The vision

Category:Disability
Contact PersonAnika Grace (National coordinator)
Telephone0782 491 877 / 0700 852 505
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P.O Box 2071 Kampala,Kireka ,

This is a community based organization formed by the youth in Wakiso district who decided to combine skills and expertise in a bid to draw a long term strategy after discrimination and marginalization because of their physical disability. It was formed to engineer a development for their fellow young disabled youths in Wakiso district.The organization is set on focusing to set up a strong organization that can address the vast needs and challenges of the young disabled between the ages of 30 years in order to realize a change in their development.VisionTo develop a dignified young with physical disabilities in Wakiso DistrictMissionEmpowerment, full social integration and development of a good youth with physical disability citizen Objectives

Category:Disability
Contact PersonNyombi Henry
Telephone0772 484 260 / 0312 281 425

P.O. Box 35041, Kampala,Plot 283 Willis Road, Namirembe,

www.infocuganda.org

Interfaith Action for Ethics and Integrity (INFOC) is an interfaith based Civil Society Organization which works to empower grass roots people and vulnerable groups on value-based governance and accountability.Our Vision is

Contact PersonCharlotte B. Mwesigye Bagorogoza (National Coordinator)
Telephone0312 265 611
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P. O. Box. 24640, Kampala,Plot 1 Kira Road,

www.anppcanug.org

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
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P.O Box 11279, Kampala,Plot 105,Nitnda-Nakawa Road,

www.codecauganda.org

It was started by the communities living around Budongo forest reserve ten years ago to assist the communities improve their livelihoods through tree planting and environmental conservation activities. It was also meant to address environmental degradation.The organisation is considered as a national NGO and one of the activists of environment conservation in Uganda. It is spear heading the campaign to eliminate child labour in tobacco growing areas in Uganda. It

Contact PersonMadira Davidson (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 268 286
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Date Founded

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 ...

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Contact PersonBobson B
Telephone0414692487, 0704575328
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Date Founded

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

www.uganda-survivors.org

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:

Category:Disability
Contact PersonMargret Arach Orech (Director)
Telephone0312 106 984 / 0772 359 796
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Concern for the Girl Child (CGC)

P.O. BOX 7462, , , 256

Concern for the Girl Child (CGC) is a child focused NGO that was established in Uganda in January 2001 with the aim of empowering the girl child through the provision of education opportunities, ensuring health, enhancing child protection and advocating for children’s rights. CGC is a non political and has no religious affiliation. Since conception, CGC has sponsored and offered support to over 700 girls to access secondary, vocational, tertiary and university education. CGC envisions a world where all people are contributing to the social, economic and political development of their communities. The organization has reached directly 800 girls with education support to date. CGC has got a national mandate, though currently it operates in 5 districts namely; Luwero, Nakaseke, Wakiso, Na ...

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Contact PersonMargaret Kasozi
Physical AddressPLOT 865 Kalinabiri Rd, Ntinda
Telephone+256414575137
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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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P.O. Box, 71772,Nsambya, next to the American Embassy,

Uganda Ethics Network Outreach (UENO) is a coalition whose purpose is to bring together umbrella organisations to occasionally raise a common voice against corruption, poor governance and administrative injustice in Uganda. UENO is a member of the Uganda National NGO Forum and the Anti-Corruption Coalition Agencies (ACCA) under the umbrella of Anti-corruption Coalition of Uganda (ACCU). VisionTo see a Uganda with citizens who uphold high moral and ethical values, human rights and good governance.MissionTo transform the existing moral and governance standards through raising public awareness, collective visioning, training and reporting as well as net working with government and civil society institutions for action.Overall GoalTo promote actions that can transform the ethical and governanc ...

Contact PersonWabule Alice (Executive Director)
Telephone0312 101 175
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P.O.Box 22598, , , 256

www.acdipe.org

Action for Disadvantaged People abbreviated (ACDIPE) is an independent non-for-profit development organization established in Sept-2007 with its main offices at Kagoma, Wakiso District. The organization is registered with the Uganda NGO Board under Registration No. S 5194/7174 and Certificate No. 6805. ACDIPE was established to undertake social and economic interventions that reduce vulnerability to poverty, diseases, hunger and other adverse situations, and to contribute to creation of social systems that promote peace, human welfare and the sustainability of the environment on which life depends, including promotion and protection of fundamental human rights in its geographical areas of mandate through lobbying and advocacy. ACDIPE portfolio of work is based on the values of motiv ...

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Physical AddressLocated at Kagoma 150 meters after Kobil Fuel Station
Telephone+256-414-568625 OR +256-772533676
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P.O Box 24011 Kampala,Plot 4A, Kimera Ntinda, ,

www.nurru.or.ug

Representatives of 25 member organisations established NURRU in 1994 to spearhead demand

Contact PersonMr. Obot David (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 288 781
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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 ...

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Contact PersonDr. Jennifer Namusobya - Executive Director
Telephone256417715800
Fax25641715823
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P.O. Box 71327, Kampala,Plot No. 794, Kalungu Village, Kulwazi Drive-Bunga; Gaba Parish,

www.cidev-ug.org

Centre for Integrated Development (CIDev), is a Ugandan NGO engaged in the promotion of sustainable natural resource management and food security for improved livelihoods. It envisages sustainable natural resource management for improved community livelihoods.The organisation was founded by various professionals who came together to combine efforts and experiences for the good of sustainable natural resource management in the country.Our mission is to support natural resource-dependent poor communities with skills development and inputs for improved productivity and quality of life.Our main intervention strategies include;

Contact PersonJudith Mugerwa (Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0312 270 604
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P.o Box 72611 Kampala,Plot 99 Ntinda ,

www.senseinternational.org.uk

Sense International has been supporting programmes for the Deafblind in East Africa since 2003. In 2005, it started operations in Uganda with a purpose of working in partnership to provide services, raise awareness on the needs of Deafblind/Multi-Sensory Impaired people and their families. This was to help them so connect, participate and contribute to the development of their communities. Sense International

Category:Disability
Contact PersonDevelopment Manager
Telephone0414 287 174 / 0772 495 958
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P.O Box 24808 Kampala,Millennium Chambers Building, 3rd Floor, Plot 960/961, Entebbe Rd, Kampala, ,

www.ruhepai.org

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

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