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City: Soroti

P.O. Box 464, Soroti,Plot No 11, Ecowu Close, Off Mbale Road,Soroti Municipality,

Public Affairs Center (PAC Uganda) is a national civil society governance watchdog and public policy lobby committed to work for the improvement of the quality of governance in the country and provision of quality technical and advisory services; with the promotion and protection of constitutionalism, good governance and democratic development of the country as is overriding goal. PAC provides opportunities and space for citizens to engage in public issues that affect them and to hold duty bearers accountable, as well as a neutral platform for civil activists, professionals, academia and public managers to engage in dialogue, critical debate, self-reflection and activism over a variety of issues that are critical to the citizen welfare and survival of Uganda as a nation.Strategic focus; PA ...

Contact PersonEkwee Ocen Benson (Executive Director)
Telephone0352 277 722 / 0392 966 968

P.O Box 137 Soroti,Atiira Sub-county, Apokor Village, Serere,

The project was started by a team of five people having realized the alarming situation among the Teso people affected by cattle rustling and war. People were displaced and had poor standards of living, lacked food and shelter, the number of widows and orphans increased and there were no rights to safety. Thus so CSHP was born to restore the standards of living in a holistic approach.The major reasons for starting the project were;

Contact PersonPastor Okurut George William (Director)
Telephone0774 029 216
Date Founded

P .O Box 142, Soroti,Plot 48, Okwii Sebi road-Amuria Town Council District Highway,

Our organization was formed by concerned community members in Amuria and Katakwi districts after realizing that there was a need to assist community to reduce poverty and lead sustainable livelihoods. These came as a result of experiences of war, disease, poverty, poor cultural practices, and inadequate services from agricultural practices that left the communities vulnerable and displaced. Our main targets were children and youth.We started with capacity building of the organization through; Election and induction of the board of directors; development of organizational policies i.e. constitution human resource, financial and accounting manuals; staff recruitment; Registration of the organization with the relevant authorizes and training of staff in monitoring and evaluation.So far we hav ...

Contact PersonOkiring Job (Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0783 917 211/ 0778 069 343
Date Founded

P.O Box 464, Soroti,Akisim trading centre Kapir Sub-county, Ngora,

With the support of community members, Aiko martin a rural based consultant started the organization with the purpose of building civil collective voices of local citizens so as to influence decisions made by policy makers that affect their livelihoods and local governance.The organization started with community mobilization to embrace the new people

Contact PersonAiko Martin (Executive Director)
Telephone0779 203 445
Date Founded
Health and Rights in Transformation Uganda (HEART Uganda)

Plot 62 Haridas Road - P.O. Box 291, , , 00256

Health and Rights in Transformation Uganda (HEART Uganda) is an indigenous organization which was initiated in 2012 by a team of experienced development workers with the aim of empowering the disadvantaged in Northern and Eastern Uganda through Participatory, sustainable development programmes. Since 2012, HEART Uganda has been working to improve the livelihoods of small – scale farmers and the sustainability of rural communities in Kaberamaido and Soroti Districts of Uganda with the intention of serving parts of Eastern and Northern Uganda. We are currently working towards Community Development in the aspects of Agriculture and livelihoods, Education, Health looking at HIV/AIDS, Water and Sanitation, Human Rights in the areas of Democracy, Good Governance and Civic Education, Climate Chan ...

Contact PersonExecutive Director

P.O Box 493, , , 256

Komolo Development Aid Fund (KODA) Fund is an indigenous non- profit making Community Based Development Organisation register with NGO Board on number S 5914/1357. KODA fund was formed in 1993 to address the conditions of the destitute people in the district after civil war and cattle rustling which displaced and impoverished 98% of the communities. The lord’s Resistance Army rebels invasion into Teso region in 2003 and floods also displaced many communities, food, crops, animals and property were either destroyed or looted. The purpose of KODA Fund is to facilitate communities' processes of development through community planning and resources mobilization. It focuses on community Health, HIV/Aids, Malaria control and prevention, Agriculture/ Environment Protection and Biodiver ...

Physical AddressAmolo parish –wera s/c- amuria district