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City: Kampala

Kisaasi Kyanja road, Busia close, , , 2387

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

36557, , , 256

ACTogether Uganda is the national support NGO charged with providing technical and financial assistance to the National Slum Dwellers Federation of Uganda (NSDFU). ACTogether was established in 2006 to facilitate processes that develop organizational capacity at the local level and promote pro-poor policy and practice in Uganda’s urban development arena. ACTogether Uganda strives to create inclusive cities with united and empowered communities of the urban poor who have the capacity to voice, promote, and negotiate for their collective interests in the 20 municipalities of operation; Mbale, Jinja, Soroti, Tororo, Moroto in the east, Gulu, Arua, Hoima, Lira in the north, Fortportal, Mbarara, Kabale, Masaka in the West and Kampala Central, Kawempe, Nakawa, Makindye, Lubaga, Entebbe a ...

Physical AddressGgaba Road Opposite Shell Kabalagala

P.O. Box 8339, , , 256

At SNV Netherlands Development Organisation, we believe that no one should have to live in poverty and that all people deserve the opportunity to pursue their own sustainable development. We empower people by developing their capacities and connecting them to the services and opportunities they need to live healthy, productive, and fulfilling lives, while sustainably using the natural resources they depend on. SNV started in the Netherlands 50 years ago, since then, it has grown to work in 39 countries throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America. SNV in Uganda currently supports interventions in 100 districts across the country. Our work is guided by four factors we believe to be essential to the success of development initiatives: Inclusive development: Growth must be sustainable ...

Physical AddressPlot 36 Luthuli Rise

P.O Box 7449, , , 256

UCOBAC is a non-partisan Non-Government Organization that was founded in 1990 with a purpose of improving the lives of women and children using community driven initiatives. We envision empowered communities free of poverty and able to exercise human rights and fundamental freedoms. The organization Secretariat is situated in Kampala district in Mbuya-Kinawaka and we have two regional offices, one in Mid-west Mubende district and the other in the Eastern region– Bugiri distict. UCOBAC is majorly driven by the need to cause positive change in the livelihoods of families in rural areas and urban slums by supporting women through capacity building, advocacy and providing financial support. UCOBAC has a staff capacity of 15 personnel directly running its different programs and a ...

Physical AddressPlot 17, Quarry Avenue, Mbuya Zone 1

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 ...

Contact PersonOkech McAdam John
Telephone+256 772 677 294

P.O. BOX 71976, , , 256

Kawempe Youth Development Association (KYDA) began its operation as an informal group in 2001. KYDA started as a “friend-in need” organization locally as “Munno Mukabi” and its well known by local council’s leaders for it’s tireless effort to lift the well fare of the youth and children. It was formed to perform activities that are beneficial to young people and other concerned adults. Through mass media, community and person to person communication. We are a local civil society, Non-governmental, non-partisan, non-religious and non-profit making association, started by ten youth who offered different disciplines form Makerere university. The head quarters of KYDA are at Jinja, Kawempe Zone A, Maganjo Parish, Nabweru Sub County, Uganda. Administratively, it has a policy management Adv ...

Physical Address5 Miles Bombo Road in Kawempe Zone A, Maganjo Parish, ...
Telephone+ 256 752 368332 , +256772 445221, 0752825826

POBox 8567, , , 256

The National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda (NUDIPU), is an indigenous umbrella NGO of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), formed in November 1987. It brings together all categories of disabilities including the physically, sensory and mentally impaired people. The coalition has always worked to break the tradition that tended to treat PWDs as objects of charity and medical care. NUDIPU exists to promote the equalisation of opportunities and active participation of PWDs in mainstream development processes. This is pursued through participation in policy planning, capacity building, awareness enhancement and resource mobilisation. We believe that the position of disabled people in society is a human and civil rights issue and that society must be changed to allow our full inclus ...

Physical AddressPlot No 530, Bukoto-Kisasi Road
Telephone414 540 179
Deliverance World Mission - Uganda

P.O.BOX 5090, , , 256

Deliverance World Mission - Uganda is a registered community basded organization in Wakiso district and a local NGO in kampala Central situated at UTODA Whitehouse, Plot 16 Martin Road, Kampala. Our aim is to reach the unreached with the gospel and help through community volunteering mostly in villages; planting trees, building schools, health medical centres, social centres, water sanitation, inter alia

Contact PersonRev.Mugisha John Faith
Telephone0414 663168

Robert Mugabe Road, Kireka, ,

Contact PersonAinebyona Ronald
Date Founded

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 ...

Contact PersonEng. Deo Lubanga Kayondo (Executive Director
Telephone0772 309 197

P.O Box 1244, , , 256

Volunteer Efforts for Development Concerns (VEDCO) is a legally registered non-governmental organization founded in 1986 in response to challenges of poverty, which was a result of the social and economic disruptions caused by military conflicts of 1980-86. VEDCO’s vision is an improved Quality Of Life of small and medium holder farmers and mission is to equitably empower small and medium holder farmers for food security and nutrition security, agricultural trade and organizational development.

Physical AddressPlot 504 Kibuga Block 8,WagabaZone,Rubaga
Telephone256-414-270 598

L7, C12 Zainabu Emporium Entebbe Road, , , 3346

Committed Children's Foundation is a Non Profit Organisation Registered in uganda under the Non-Governmental Organisations Registration Act, Cap 113 with registration number S.5914/9749. CCFUGANDA focuses on child rights and freedoms plus the responsibility of the parent, government and community in the proper care for children both male and female.

Contact PersonMohammed Abdurahaman

luzira, ,

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

P.O Box 2922, , , 256

Uganda Change Agent Association (UCAA) was formally registered by the National NGO’s Board in 1993, Registration Number S5914/646; and is also incorporated by the Registrar of Companies as a non–profit limited liability company under the Companies Act. UCAA was founded in 1992 as a member – based voluntary association of trained rural development workers by Quaker Service Norway (QSN). Currently, it has over 3,000 members organised in 230 branches in districts throughout Uganda. Initially, the founding of UCAA was based on the desire of the Change Agents to keep in touch in an oldboys/girls sort of association. Over the years, Uganda Change Agent Association, has grown and transformed itself not only from a nationwide membership organization but also into a specialized training organ ...

Physical AddressOld Kampala, Rashid Khamis Road

PO BOX 5604, , , 256

Bethsaida Community Church (BCC) was formed in 2003 by a small group of people from the refugee community living in Kampala, Uganda. BCC is a member of Uganda National NGO Forum, registered under the Uganda NGO Act 9456. BCC is involved in the Urban Refugee Development Program-URDP) The BCC was registered as an NGO in Uganda in 2011 and enjoys full recognition by the Uganda Government through the Ministry of Disaster Preparedness. Today, BCC through the Urban Refugee Development Programme-(URDP), is a Uganda Government Partner through a signed Memorandum of Understanding-MoU to support the urban refugee program in the country under the Office of the Prime Minister-OPM. BCC Mission is guided by REFUGEES TO REFUGEES Support and seeks to partner with a multiplicity of partners to enhance ...

Physical AddressButikiro RD/ Namirembe
Telephone256 712 254932/ 256 757 254930/ 256 757 333595/
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WATOTO WASOKA - FOOTBALL MADE IN SLUMS - is a non-profit organization, which utilizes the tremendous value football has to children in this country. We believe that by promoting children into our organization, wenot only obtain tangible outcomes like secondary education and health benefits for them, but also teach them core values, which football encompasses. Team spirit, cooperation, mutual respect, fairness, value and reward for work are not only important for a functional team on the pitch, but also for the further stages of their lives. As Watoto Wasoka, we acknowledge that soccer is more than just a game and are aware of its potential as a vehicle to create tangible change to the life of our kids. As an organization, we strive to expand our network of partnerships – with both in ...

Contact PersonFrancis Mugoya
Physical AddressNamirembe - Bakuli

P.O BOX 30154, , , 256

Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC) is a faith based ecumenical organization that was established in 1963 and registered as a trustee under the Trustees Incorporation Act. Its current membership comprises the Church of Uganda, The Roman Catholic Church and the Uganda Orthodox Church, which together constitute about 78% of Uganda’s population. UJCC was established after Uganda’s independence in 1962 at a time when the country was undergoing a transition politically, economically and socially. The environment in which UJCC was established was characterized by bitter conflicts between and among faith communities during the colonial era, which challenged the three religious leaders who recognized a need for Christians to witness together and live in harmony. Uganda Joint Christian Council ...


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

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:  

Contact PersonAppolinaire ZAGABE
Telephone0785313808 , +256759867779
Youth For Charity Missions International - YOFOCHM

Kitintale, , , 256

YOFOCHM is a dynamic Christian youth led local NGO founded in 2007 to help young people find their values in society and empowers them to be responsible citizens. YOFOCHM is fully registered by the NGO Board (N. 9531) & based in Kampala, Uganda with its Operations in and outside Africa. For the past years, the ministry has succeeded at mobilising and involving young people in Leadership, Charity, School Moral rehabilitations, Evangelism, HIV/Aids Sensitization, Talent & skills development.

Contact PersonStephen Kapere

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