City: Kampala

P.O Box 12360, Kyebando,13 Kmtrs North of Kampala, behind Nangabo Sub-county Headquarters off Kasangati, Gayaza Road,

www.calmafrica-ug.org

CALM Africa deals with the plight of children more so those living in difficult circumstances. The organization started as a Community Based Organization in Rakai district, by James Kimera Ssekiwanuka (PhD) as the vision bearer who was later joined by others. Its establishment was majorly premised on the prevailing HIV/AIDS rates in Rakai then. Many child headed households had come up due to HIV/AIDS and there was urgent need to intervene. The CALM Africa pillars are premised on the UN conversion on the rights of the child and the World Millennium Development Goals. By using the Rights Based Approach and Equity Based Approach, CALM Africa seeks to ensure that Children live up their full potential through; Advocacy for children

Contact PersonJoseph Luganda (Programme Manager)
Telephone0712 873 910 / 0772 784 497
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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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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
E-mail

kamuli, , , +256

Grace united foundation (GUF) is a nonprofit making, non partisan membership charitable Community Based Organization with a community empowerment focus based in kamuli Eastern part of Uganda. That provides voluntary services, supporting and promoting development in the sphere of education, Health, orphanage and career development in urban communities most especially in the deprived areas. Informally founded in 2010 and registered in APRIL 2014 by a group of volunteers for a better world. We also serve as portal and a platform to link, motivate, inspire, council, directing and assisting the weak and the less privileged. With this passion and purpose to break the myth around success and change or make life of others better. We designed services of educative programs both for the adults and ...

Category:Directory
Contact PersonDavid Omwera
Telephone+256774063005,+256774902006
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Buleega Village, Najja County, Buikwe DistrictP.O Box 37190 Kampala,,

Mission for Community Development (MCODE) is a growing Rural based and focused NGO that aims at collaborating with diverse partners (developing and implementing) on the design of sustainable rural health and development solutions through empowering, networking, advocacy, education support, provision of information, raising awareness among families, support and initiate innovative projects with a mission to save and improve lives of those in need. MCODE supports the orphaned and vulnerable children (OVCs), people living with HIV/Aids and those in abject poverty. VisionCommunities free from preventable diseases, poverty, ignorance and vulnerability. MissionTo empower communities and improve livelihoods for those in need basically in underserved areas. Goal To mitigate the impact created ...

Category:Health
Contact PersonEng. Deo Lubanga Kayondo (Executive Director
Telephone0772 309 197
E-mail

Robert Mugabe Road, Kireka, ,

Contact PersonAinebyona Ronald
Telephone+256701127773
E-mail
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
E-mail

P. O. Box 27107, , , P. O. Box 27107

www.ipriafrica.com

The Intellectual Property Rights Initiative IPRI-Africa, is a training institution for intellectual property related rights based in Kampala, Uganda. Among the courses we offer; 1. Negotiation, Drafting and Management of Contracts Course 2. Intellectual Property Rights Law and Practice 3. Legislative drafting We upon request, customize and develop courses based on individual organization needs.

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Contact PersonNchume Musheshe
Telephone+ 256 772 959 585
E-mail

Bweyogerere, , , 256

www.graceworksinitiative.org

Grace Works Initiative is a health development organization working in remote rural communities in Uganda to promote access to sustainable life-saving healthcare.   We carryout community health interventions, and health promotion services through establishment and operation of village health clinics, focusing more on women and children.   Our aim is to foster best practices for maintaining access to appropriate medical care which will result in reduced infant/ child/ maternal mortality and make primary health services available to these rural inhabitants. Our activities include provision of appropriate treatment, disease testing, vaccination, medication dispensing, disabilities & rehabilitation, community health awareness & education. We work with community leaders, Village ...

Category:Health
Contact PersonJoseph Mukisa
Telephone+256414665993
E-mail
Awakening Smiles Initiative

PO Box 34384, , , 25641

www.awakeningsmilesinitiative.org

It is a Non- Government Organization to play an active role in the reduction of extreme child suffering. The Main office is at Wilson Road, Twese Plaza, F8-Kampala, Uganda.with branches located in Lusanja Local Council 1, Kiteezi Parish, Mutuba 1, Nangabo Sub county Wakiso District. Vision : Education, Basic Health, Taking action against vulnerable children, Sensitizing Children and communities about HIV/AIDS and vocational Training. Mission: To form a functional Cohesive and committed NGO that will continuously help vulnerable children, fight the wide spread of HIV/AIDS and enable them to have improved standards of living.

Category:Directory
Contact PersonRwatangabo Nora Kyarimpa
Telephone+256 787 590 006
E-mail
African Youth Peace Initiatives

Bunyoro Region, , , 256

African Youth Peace Initiatives (AYPI) is a independent, equal opportunities, duly registered Non-Governmental Organization founded by young people for young people in 2007 with the aim of promoting a culture of non-violence, peaceful co-existence and stimulating social-economic development among marginalized communities of Uganda. It arose out of the desire to change the prevalent culture of violence embraced by the youth to one of non-violence in addressing challenges that are faced by young people today.   Over the years, APYI has broadened her scope from just conflict management to addressing broader political, social and economic issues that affect the youth within Uganda.   AYPI was established upon realizing that when peaceful and constructive approaches to resolving or transfor ...

Contact PersonFredrick Baguma. K
Telephone+256772479435
FaxNil
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Foundation for Community Development is a non profit, non political organisation. FOCOD was founded in 2012 by three young energetic and dynamic men and two retired female teachers who had carried out a study of Ugandan societies and realised that there was a need to intervene and reverse some bad society traits. it is in this context that they agreed to form this organisation to champion this cause in order to have a better society for everyone to live.

Contact PersonMarungi Justus
Telephone+256713153052
E-mail
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
E-mail

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 ...

Category:Directory
Physical AddressLocated at Kagoma 150 meters after Kobil Fuel Station
Telephone+256-414-568625 OR +256-772533676
E-mail
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
E-mail

C/O P.O BOX 31744, ,

Uganda green charcoal is concerned with the global environment that has drawn attention on different platforms, highlighting the devastating effects as unfriendly actions continue to exert pressure on the green nature. In Uganda, only 10% of the populations have access to electricity while the rest use firewood for cooking and other power requiring activities (NEMA 2013). As a result, deforestation is occurring at an alarming rate of 1% approximately 90,000 acres of forest cover annually at the center of deforestation is the lucrative trade, commonly known as "black gold". This problem is compounded by the high population growth rate of more than seven live birth per adult female. As a result, the country has been plighted with deforestation at a magnitude beyond comprehension. To t ...

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Contact PersonOkech McAdam John
Telephone+256 772 677 294
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Kisaasi Kyanja road, Busia close, , , 2387

www.tai.ug

Technology Aid International (TAI) - Uganda, believes in Technology Enhanced Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation for local people.Goal: To stimulate communities to realize their potential, to work towards poverty alleviation, and sustainable development utilizing appropriate technologies.Overall Objective: To research (Study and Test), market, and propagate appropriate technologies that sustainably improve lives, production, and environmental protection.Main objectives are:Legislation: To advocate for legislation that favors adoption of technologies that sustainably improve lives, production and environmental protection. Such legislation would effect efficient use of renewable energy (smart houses), good water governance practices, refuse recycling, pollution control, hazardous chem ...

Contact PersonMugabi Ivan Mulindwaa
Telephone+256772698597
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P.O Box 38, Aduku Apac, , , 256

AIRC envisions an empowered community with people who are self reliant and out of poverty. AIRC has worked in partnership with Action Aid and local Government since 2002 through capacity building of staff, community, and provision of materials and financial and other development agencies, which has changed lives of many people positively. Vision and mission AIRC exist to promote good governance and participatory actions to alleviate poverty through every stakeholder and this is hoped to be achieved through empowering the vulnerable women, girls, boys and men in Lango sub-region by 2015 by use of reflect methodologies. Currently the organisation is engaged in the following programme areas; Formal and Informal education programme; HIV/AIDS Prevention and sanitation; food security, and pe ...

Contact PersonOlam Geofrey ( Lead Facilitator)
Telephone0392 912 088
E-mail

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 ...

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Contact PersonJean-Luc Kitsa or Nsubuga Ibrahim Saad .K.
Telephone+256706756500
E-mail
Date Founded

Lower Konge , Bruno zone, Makindye, , , 75757 Kampala,Uganda

www.pepahumandignity.org

PEPA/NGO (Pleaders of children and Elderly people at risk) originally a in french Plaideurs des Enfants et des Personnes Agées à risque, is an non profit organisation registered under the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Our Mission is to promote, protect and defend the human dignity of the human person and contribute to the sustainable Development in any sector/area of life. The situation is desperate. Our Intervention/Services Include:     Human rights    Recovery from Sexual Violence    Gender based and Equity    HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria    Protection of children (street children, orphans, abandoned children, malnourished children, conflict children)    Child/Youth Development & Education Adoption of orphans For more information, visit: www.pepahumandignity.org  

Contact PersonAppolinaire ZAGABE
Telephone0785313808 , +256759867779
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