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P.O Box, 13 Kalangala,Lutoboka road, Kalangala Town council, ,

Kalangala District Education Forum (KADEFO) is a community based organisation formed after the people of Kalangala were concerned with the low levels of quality education and thus required special efforts to overcome hindrances in the education sector. The poor access to quality education was exhibited through low enrolment in primary schools and poor academic performance in national examinations. Therefore it was formed to promote activities geared towards ensuring that all children, youth and adults in Kalangala access education that is relevant for the developmental needs of the district through community mobilization and advocacy and lobbying.Vision A functionary literate society Core Values High integrity, Transparency, Teamwork and ResourcefulnessKey strategyTo build a well informed ...

Contact PersonSsenyanja Peter (Coordinator)
Telephone0782 467 582

Mugurusi Road, Fort Portal Town, , P.O Box 870, Fort Portal

Ride Africa was formed in 1996 by a group of women social workers with the purpose of advocating for promotion of women and children rights. Our first activities entailed promoting accountability and transparency among local leaders in service delivery, civic competence, supporting children

Contact PersonRukidi Sam (Director)
Telephone0772 463 522
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 209 Bushenyi,Off Liberation Road, Behind Delta Petrol Station, Central Division, Ishaka Municipality, Bushenyi District, ,

Western Ankole Civil Society Forum (WACSOF) (formerly Bushenyi District Civil Society Organisations Forum -BUDCOF) was established in 2005 as an apex independent and all-inclusive platform for Civil Society Organisations operating in the Ankole Region comprising the 5 districts of Bushenyi, Mitooma, Rubirizi, Buhweju and Sheema. Its primary constituency and owners are NGOs in their diversity and configurations, but its platform is open to other interest groups within a broadly defined civil society. It focuses on issues and processes that concern the NGO Sector.The Forum

Contact PersonKakonge Apollo Lee
Telephone0752 177 293

P.o Box 80 Kagadi Kibaale District Kagadi Town Council Hoima Road Opposite St. Luke COU, ,

This networking organisation for NGOs and Community Based Organisations in Kibaale District was formed in 2003. It aims to give a collective voice to Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) through policy research, lobbying and building member organisations

Contact PersonPaul Mulindwa (Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0751 059 950

P.O. Box 1378 Mbarara,Kasese, Fort Portal Road, opposite Lake View, ,

The Foundation for Aids Orphaned Children (FAOC) is a registered NGO founded in 1994 by Ugandans. It was formed to address the problems that HIV/AIDS orphaned children face in society, by promoting and supporting income generating activities that help in strengthening their economic self sustainability and keeping them as integral members of society.FAOC operates in eight parishes (Kikokwa, Kigyendwa, Nyamuyanja, Kasaana, Kishuro, Kahenda and Kitooha) in Birere Sub County of Isingiro District. FAOC has also extended its services to Masha and Kaberebere Town Council and has supported over 400 households. FAOC implements a goat and pig project supported by the McKnight Foundation.FAOC aims to promoting the lives and situation of aids orphaned children, vulnerable children and youth by helpin ...

Contact PersonBuyinza Boaz (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 922 323

P.O. Box 1374, Mbarara,Plot 46/47 Akiiki Nyabongo Road, (MBADIFA Building), ,

Founded in 2003, Mbarara District Civil Society Organizations

Contact PersonGershom Matsiko (Coordinator)
Telephone0752 625 331

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 388, Ibanda,Main Street, near Ibanda Town Council Offices, ,

Ibanda District Farmers Forum (IBADIFF) is a local NGO founded in January 2007 by farmers. It started as a result of a need of farmers in Ibanda District to come together, share experiences and network in order to accelerate production, productivity and profitability in agribusiness.IBADIFF aims to provide farmers with agro inputs as well as agriculture and technology development advisory services. Some selected progressive farmers are targeted to host technology demonstration sites which are used for training group members or modern management practices thus leading to adoption of new technology. The demonstration farmers are given more focused support and supervision by service providers and contracted extension workers to upscale their production and become model commercial farmers.Thes ...

Contact PersonMugisha Evode (Chairman)
Telephone0713 468 427

Plot 20 Tagore Street, , , P.O.Box 128,Tororo

Community Vision was started in 1999 with a group of seven community workers who desired to develop their own community and country through initiating development efforts at the grass root level.Our first activities includedi. HIV/AIDS prevention and support programmesii. Microfinanceiii. Agricultural skillsiv. Capacity building for local leaders and CBOs v. Orphans support programmesvi. Nutrition and early childhood programmes vii. Succession planning for PLWASCurrently, we have four main programmes namely; microfinance, children and youth, vocational training, and public information, education and communication.Our first programmes rolled out at district level, in Tororo, but now we operate at national level and the increased in number from 7 to 23. We have also grow ...

Contact PersonCharles Lubega(Programme Manager)
Telephone0772 484 589
Date Founded

P.O Box 24808 Kampala,Millennium Chambers Building, 3rd Floor, Plot 960/961, Entebbe Rd, Kampala, ,

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

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

P.o Box 256, Ntungamo,: Plot 73,Old Kabale-Mbarara Rd., ,

Appropriate Revival Initiative for Strategic Empowerment (ARISE) started in 2001 and currently operates in 18 sub-counties of Ntungamo district.ARISE envisions a healthy, educated and economically empowered community for men, women, youth and the children.ARISE has made tremendous achievements in the fields of health, education and income generation, including supporting more than 1,250 orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) with education and hygiene materials. We support more than 250 caregivers in forming income generating activities and village savings & loans associations. We have established a vocational training centre for training orphans and helping the disabled.We have also encountered challenges in our operations such as limited funding to cope with ever increasing OVC numbers, ...

Contact PersonHon. Beatrice Rwakimari (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 481 211/0704 481 211

Kisugu, , , 31042

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   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 ...

Contact PersonBobson B
Telephone0414692487, 0704575328
Date Founded

P.O Box 101 Kanungu,Kanungu Town Council along Kanungu Road, ,

Kanungu District NGO/CBO forum (KNCF) is a local non profit making organization founded by local community based organizations in 2004. The forum started with over 300 community based organizations in 2004 in eleven sub-counties. It has passed through stages of growth and that has reached a strategic position of visibility. Whereas the forum had no functional secretariat, today there is one with a fully paid up coordinator, accountant, and a typist.It boasts of its strengthening wave that trickles down from the district forum to sub -county and to parish forums. This means that we enjoy good information flow and cohesion. We have a motorcycle and three computers. VisionStrong and vibrant civil society organizations and enhanced civic expression Mission To have a strong civil society to pro ...

Contact PersonKaberuka James Ruugi (Secretary to the Executive)
Telephone0782 828 464 / 0703 960 476

C/O Bushenyi Medical Centre (BMC) P.o Box 347,Bushenyi,Mutojo T/C, Kyangyenyi Sub-county, Sheema District, ,

LEGAL STATUS Integrated Rural Youth Development Initiatives (IRYODI) is an indigenous, non-governmental, non-profit making, non-denominational, charitable organization founded in 2001. The Organization was first registered with the NGO Board of Uganda in 2005 (Reg. No 5914/5596) GOVERNANCEIRYODI is governed according to its Articles and Memorandum of Association. It has a membership of 312 and an Executive Board composed of 7 people chaired by Board Chairperson. It has a secretariat consisting of five full-time paid employees as well as 43 volunteers. GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGEIRYODI is licensed to operate in the original Bushenyi District which has recently been divided into five new districts. VISIONA healthy and self sustaining rural youth MISSION STATEMENTTo play an active role in the ...

Contact PersonOwoyesiga Asa (Executive Director)
Telephone0702 341 476/0772 611 807

P.O Box 24011 Kampala,Plot 4A, Kimera Ntinda, ,

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

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

Nakawunzo village, Nsinze Sub County,, , , P. o. Box 103

When Evangelist Christopher Besweri Kaswabuli started this organisation, his vision was to have a strong, healthy, productive, motivated and self sustaining community.He hoped to sustainably improve the well being of vulnerable people (adults and children) through provision of supportive services in health, education, HIV- AIDS awareness / prevention.Some of the first activities engaged in included health, education, vocational education and sustainable agriculture. Through the years, BIDA secretariat capacity has grown and our services have expanded to greater parts of the community. We currently operate various programmes that include PMTCT, T.B screening and treatment, maternity care, immunization, HIV/AIDS related infections treatment, family planning, laboratory services, nutrition, ...

Contact PersonTenywa Edward (Director)
Telephone0772 853 323 / 0704 569 275
Date Founded

P.O Box 219, Ntungamo,Peoples, ,

The Forum is a legal entity that was started in 1997. It registered with the NGO Board in 2002 (under the Non Governmental Registration Statute of 1989) and, in the same year, under the Companies Act as a company limited by guarantee.Mission To ensure one, coherent voice for the development of Ntungamo district through good governanceVision To have a vibrant, self sustaining civil society Objectives

Contact PersonRutagonya Vincent (Chairperson)
Telephone0772 669 780 / 0702 700 304

P.O. Box 81 Busembatia,Plot 18, Kaiti Road, Namutumba, ,

Namutumba District NGO Forum is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political, inter-denominational, charitable organisation, established in 2006 by a group of volunteers as a response to a crisis caused by poverty in rural and urban communities in Uganda and in Namutumba in particular. It works with poor and marginalized rural and urban people in groups such as NGOs, community-based and faith-based organisations.The Forum works to improve the lives of its members and also promote self reliance. It operates in different fields of capacity building, advocacy, lobbying to explore different opportunities for the member organisations since they are the implementers in Namutumba.Our development program focuses mainly on ensuring that the member organisations are able to stand on their own even ...

Contact PersonKisame Umaru (Coordinator)
Telephone0712 965 382 / 0784 259 211 / 0434 660 341
Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD)

Plot 1601/2 Kiwanga Estate- Namanve, , , P.O.Box 7339, Kampala

Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD) is a non government and voluntary organization bringing together all categories of Deaf persons in Uganda including those with multiple disabilities like Deaf-Blind persons. Formed in 1973, UNAD was registered as Non Governmental Organization (NGO) in 1989. It is a national umbrella organization for all grass root associations of Deaf persons in Uganda. UNAD is consulted by the government and NGOs on matters concerning Deaf persons and Deafness. UNAD is affiliated to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) which has a consultative status with the UN. Our corporate aim and vision is to achieve equity for all deaf people in Uganda. This means we are working towards ensuring that deaf people get the best possible in all walks of their lives, ...

Contact PersonAmbrose Murangira
Telephone+256-414 532 875