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P.O. Box 156, Kapchorwa,Plot 2/3,Mella Road, (Opposite Kapchorwa Prisons), ,

The programme was founded in 1996 as a project with support from the UN Population Fund, UNFPA. The purpose was to fight the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) which was seen as a human rights violation and a danger to the health of women and girl children.Being a cultural practice, it took a long time for the community to say no to the practice through a culturally sensitive procedure that aims to eliminate the actual cut but promotes the positive aspects of culture.For better results and for a wider coverage, UNFPA conducted a survey and recommended the REACH programme to operate as an NGO. So, in 2007, REACH was granted NGO status to cover all areas in Uganda that practice female genital mutilation: Sabiny region, Karamoja region, Teso region, Busoga region, parts of Bugisu, p ...

Contact PersonBeatrice Chelangat (Director), Martine Cherukut (Programme Officer)
Telephone0772 504 502 / 0782 881 426

P.O BOX 282 Bugiri,Plot 8b, Busoga Avenue-Bugiri Town, ,

History of Bugiri NGO Forum Network and why it was formedBugiri NGO Forum Network is an umbrella organization and collective voice of civil society organizations operating in Bugiri district. It was created as a measure to strengthen civil society, galvanize popular people

Contact PersonKalende Hassan (Chairman), Mwondha Deogratius (Programme coordinator)
Telephone0782 554 883 / 0784 089 284

P.O. Box 167, Apac,Plot 19, Biashara street, Apac, ,

Campaign Against Domestic Violence in the community (CADOVIC) was established with the aim of reducing domestic violence against women and children. Since 2001, we have been handling cases of violence against women and children and registered a great impact through the different strategies of handling domestic violence cases. These include guidance and counselling, mediation, networking, dialogues, training, information sharing, provision of financial support to sexually abused victims, case tracking and follow up of cases at different levels like court, clan levels, community among others.The output and out comes were created with the meagre financial support from Action Aid International

Contact PersonArum Felix George Ojok (Coordinator) or Florence Omara (Treasurer)
Telephone0775 445 580 / 0712 63 967 / 0772 308 647

P.O.Box 22459 Kampala,Mutesasira Zone Plot 40, Block 254 Kansanga, ,

Development Research and Training (DRT) is a local Ugandan-based NGO, established to undertake policy research and analysis that informs pro-poor policies and programmes. The organization

Contact PersonBeatrice Mugambe(Executive Director)
Telephone0312 636 29/30 / 0414 269 495
Acc-Plus Foundation

Nsambya, ,

Acc-Plus Foundation is a social enterprise that provides the business support to women and youth led start-ups in order to enable them not only survive through their first year of business but also create competitive and sustainable companies. Our first project was offering free business training to groups of business women of Kawempe Division in Kampala, Uganda. This project ran from July 2013 to June 2014 and had very positive but limited results on the business women due to the limited resources at the foundation’s disposal. We currently have a project of providing free business management training to members of traders’ associations in Kampala, Uganda.

Contact PersonBrian Mangeni

P.O Box 2291, Mbale,Phelan Road Bukedea District, ,

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Contact PersonMoses Aisia (Founder, Executive Director)
Telephone0753 261 855 / 0772 663 223

P.O Box 192, Kitgum,Plot 11, Oneka Road, East Ward, , ,

This is a child focused organisation established in 2006 and registered with the NGO Board (Registration No. F 5914/450). Its mission is to enable vulnerable children to meet their expectations of life. The vision is to ensure a world where children develop to their full potential.The NGO aims to address the problems of:

Contact PersonPeter Ogenga Abwola (Coordinator)
Telephone0712 581 308

P.O. Box 158, Kitgum,Plot Samsoni Lukoni Road, Kitgum Town Council, ,

Kitgum District NGO Forum (KINGFO) is a network of all CBOs, NGOs and agencies (local, national, international) based and operating in Kitgum district. Currently it is composed of 124 members mainly CBOs, local NGOs and a few international NGOs. KINGFO was formed to provide a common platform for CSOs operating in Kitgum district so as to contribute to community development through co-ordination, public dialogue, advocacy, networking, and continuous partnership-development and information exchange. VisionAn empowered Society that is enjoying their rights to effective and efficient service delivery for improved quality of life in Kitgum districtMissionTo develop community in Kitgum district in partnership with the district Local Government and development partners through advocacy, lobbying ...

Contact PersonLaker Gladys Susan (Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0471 439 605

Kagadi central ward-kagadi town council, , P.O. Box 96 kagadi

A group of individuals started the organisations in order to keep the older persons active and pass on their knowledge to the young people in a collective voice. They hoped to achieve the continuity of shared knowledge through the young generation, improved income, improved health practices through awareness campaigns.The first activities we engaged in were peace and conflict resolution campaigns, apiary projects-bee keeping for commercial purposes, saving and credit-SACCO and community mobilisation for membership.Over the years we

Category:Elderly People
Contact PersonRev. Apuuli B. Brown Patrick(Executive Director)
Telephone0782 553 995
Date Founded

Anai Parish Lira Sub-county, ,

The LRA war that lasted over 21 years left a scourge and enormous needs among the people in Northern Uganda. It

Contact PersonHardson Ongura (Education Director)
Telephone0772 637 971
Date Founded

Kyenjojo town council, , , P.O Box 1021,kyenjojo

The organization was started by seven Agro-Business graduates of Makerere with the aim of achieving improved agricultural entrepreneurship and innovation with the objective of commercializing agriculture since it’s the backbone of Uganda’s economy and a major employer of the rural population.   We started out by forming Farmers’ groups, sensitizing farmers in modern commercial agriculture that entails proper record management and educating farmers about agricultural diversification and processing.   We have registered achievements in Farmer groups where they have learnt and accepted the importance of forming groups and production record keeping.    Currently there are no programmes in process apart from few field visits. This is due to financial constraints and limited human resource ...

Contact PersonMukonyezi Francis
Telephone0783 920076 / 0755 904250
Date Founded

P.O Box 235 Bushenyi, ,

Buhweju Real Development Organisation (BUREDO) is a non political and non-profit organisation operating in Buhweju District. Buhweju used to be covered by thick and ever green forests, more especially in the sub-counties of Burere and Bihanga bordering Kaswoha-Kitomi Forest Reserve. Buhweju County used to be rich in both fauna and flora. It was intact with no disruption. The equatorial vegetation covered the area and a variety of animals ranging from big elephants to small insects.Population increase, deforestation, poor land use, lack of knowledge and skills in modern agricultural practices like agro-forestry, lack of capital for alternative investments, cultural beliefs have led to land degradation.The major economic activity of Buhweju is agriculture especially tea growing which has d ...

Contact PersonFred Nkuruho Tumwine (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 409 075 / 0783 386 605

P.O. Box 18, Pallisa,Plot 05, Katukei Road, Pallisa Town, ,

Pallisa Civil Society Organisations

Contact PersonMakeri Wilberforce (Coordinator)
Telephone0774 696 100 / 0704 883 437

P.O Box 36563, Kampala,Plot 99, Ntinda-Nakawa Road, Kampala, ,

SignHealth Uganda (SU) was formed in 2009 to promote equitable access to social services and opportunities for deaf children and their families. It advocates and supports the development of cost effective and sustainable services. The primary target group are young deaf people and their families. The secondary target groups are partner institutions, especially those working in areas of deafness, to share emerging issues, best practices and research.In 2009 SU carried out a research study on the state of services for the deaf in Uganda. The findings showed the grim reality of limited access to services for the deaf, especially for young people. To bridge the gap, SignHealth Uganda is currently contributing to:

Contact PersonSsenteza Paul (Development Manager)
Telephone0414 597 952 / 0772 438 793

Bishoozi opposite Bishoozi P/S, Kazo, Kiruhura District, , , PO Box 303, Ibanda

Bishozi Women Association was formed by Annette Rossati from Sweden in 2004. This project was started by 225 women with 12 goats and it continued to 352 women each having 3 goats. So far we have 756 goats in all. We work in four parishes of Kiruhura District: Mbogo, Bishozi, Nsheshe and Engari. Our projects include:

Contact PersonFlora Barihihi Kyomugisha (Chairperson)
Telephone0779 808 800 / 0772 695 069

P.o Box 1341, GuluPlot 11 Acholi Road,Gulu, ,

VAC-NET was founded by committed people who live and serve in the region. They realized the worsening situation of the rural poor, especially women, who are adversely affected by the social

Contact PersonBukenya Muusa (Program Director)
Telephone0752 328 735 / 0782 858 369

P.O Box 190, Kapchorwa,Kapchorwa Town Council, Plot 12/14 Cheptoris Road, Kapchorwa, ,

Established in 2000, Kapchorwa Civil Society Organisations Alliance (KACSOA) is an alliance of civil society organisations operating in Kapchorwa, Kween and Bukwo Districts. KACSOA was born out of the realisation that these organizations were working in isolation, with very limited collaboration and interaction, and that poverty issues required joint action and a strong and common voice on issues and concerns with the duty bearers in the quest to address pervasive poverty. From 2007 to date, implementation of programmes was been guided by a strategic plan 2007-2010 which outlined a threefold broad programmatic thrust: Capacity-building, Coordination and Advocacy. Building on that, a new strategic plan has been developed. 2011

Contact PersonCherukut Miriam (Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0392 949 437 / 0782 559 321

Along Lyantonde - Mbarara Highway, Block 75, Plot 187, Kyabazala, , , P.O BOX 5, Lyantonde

Child Aid Uganda (CHAU) is a registered Non- governmental and not for profit Organisation established in 2004 by a group of Ugandan children rights activists and professionals in response to the ever increasing needs of HIV and AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children. Child Aid Uganda was thus established to protect, and bring care; love and compassion to enable orphans and other vulnerable children enjoy their rights, live their full potential and achieve a purposeful future. Our mission is “To work with and through individuals, families, communities and local governments to contribute to the fundamental freedoms and basic needs of orphans and other vulnerable children. Children are thus assisted to live their full potential, shape their own future and contribute to the development o ...

Contact PersonLauben Tushemereirwe (Executive Director)
Telephone+256772835889 / +256702835889
Date Founded

Plot M2 and 37 Pallisa Road,Mbale P.O.Box 1254 Mbale, , , 256

Christian Childcare Programme (CCP) was founded by some Ugandan and Europeans in response to the adverse effects of the Idi Amin regime, the war and famine that followed. The focus is on orphans, vulnerable children and unskilled youths.CCP envisions a Uganda of confident, responsible self reliant and God fearing citizens. To achieve this it cares for, develops and trains beneficiary children and youth to become confident, compassionate, responsible, committed, self reliant and God-fearing people.Through paying school fees, home and school visits, annual camps, vocational training in various courses, medical treatment , guiding parents and guardians in food security, primary healthcare, environmental care, positive parenting and valuing vocational skills, all the beneficiaries that have go ...

Contact PersonJames Kidulu (Executive Director)
Telephone0454 33299 / 0712 618 995

P.O. Box 1085, Gulu,Odong Onyango Road, Kanyagoga, ,

Originally founded in Japan to work on the issue of landmines, small arms and child soldiers in South East Asia, Terra Renaissance is now working to promote the re-integration of former LRA child soldiers and poverty reduction in Gulu municipality. It is a member of Gulu District NGO Forum and, since it is registration with NGO Board in April, 2006, has operated operated a vocational training centre at Kanyaoga

Contact PersonOtema Jimmy Fred (Head of Office)
Telephone0712 048 128