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P.O. Box 11 Pader,Next to UN WFP office Pader Town Council, ,

Pader Youth Network was established in 2004 with funding from the DANIDA Human Rights and Good Governance programme in response to the war in Northern Uganda which had marginalised youth, making them vulnerable and victims of abject poverty. The focus of the organisation is to form a network of community-based youth organisations operating in Pader and Agago Districts, in a collective and concerted effort to empower the youth of the two districts.Pader Youth Network envisions constructive engagement of youth in development and decision making processes.To achieve this,60 youth and 45 leaders were trained on applying human rights in governance and development;66 youth were trained in conflict resolution and peace building skills and 30 youth were trained on project planning and management s ...

Contact PersonGeorge Odong (Coordinator), John Loktek (Project Officer)
Telephone0772 834 295 / 0772 344 992 / 0772 971 722

Lorika Road, Moroto Municipality, , P.O Box 27, Moroto

CLIDE was started by a group of five members with the hope of providing Animal Health Services in the areas of operation.We started by training Community Animal Health Workers (CAHWs) on management of animal health and peace building and conflict resolution.As a strategy to reduce conflict and encourage peaceful coexistence and sharing of natural resources we achieved resettlement of communities along the border area prone to conflict in such areas like Nabwal and Nakoyot (for Bokora and Pian communities).We have also attained school enrollment for more than 200 school age going children and equipped communities with drug kits of CAHWs.Today, we handle peace building and conflict resolution, Village Savings and Loan Associations (revolving loans to groups), Animal Health management, agricu ...

Contact PersonDr. Otim Moses (Team Leader)
Telephone0772 467 474 / 0782 658 151
Date Founded

P.O. Box 162, Ntungamo,Rushooka Centre, Kayonza Sub-county, Rushenyi County, Ntungamo District, ,

Rushooka Orphans Education Centre (ROEC) was fully registered in 1993 under the NGO National Registration Statute of 1989 and under the Companies Act as a company limited by guarantee. In 2003 it also registered with the Ministry of Education and Sports

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

, , P.O Box 280 Kisoro

The Mgahinga Community Development Organisation (MCDO) is an umbrella group comprising of several groups, associations and educational facilities, united by a common goal of improving the lives of the people of Mgahinga. MCDO supports the development of sustainable projects that result in a harmonious and positive coexistence between the Mgahinga community and the surrounding environments, that benefit the community economically and that preserve local environments and species.    Lake Mutanda and the surrounding Mgahinga community are situated in the shadow of the Virunga Mountains. This south western corner of Uganda is truly at the heart of the African continent, where the mountain range straddles the borders of Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo; and provides a haven ...

Contact PersonEdison Ndayambaje

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

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.

Contact PersonNchume Musheshe
Telephone+ 256 772 959 585

P.O Box 28,Ntungamo,Plot 17D Mbarara-Kabale Highway,Ntungamo Municipality, ,

Save Children with Disabilities is a community based organisation which started way back in the year 2000. It was started by the then school teacher Sabbath Helen, with the aim of advocating for the vulnerable and disabled children.This followed the identification of problems faced by the children in the area, including but not limited to;

Contact PersonRugasira Levi (chairman)
Telephone0752 579 226 / 0772 393 839 / 0755 393 839
Fax0485 424 081

Plot 15-17 Bishop Wasikye Road, , , 256

CRO's Mission is to rebuild the lives of children formally living on the streets, restore and reconcile them with God, re-integrate them with their families and empower them as well as their families to become productive and self-reliant. CRO is supporting street children and their families. Street life means a daily struggle for survival. Children experience assault, drug abuse, diseases, hunger, exploitation through child labor, physical and emotional abuse.There are part time and full time street children who are the direct beneficiaries of CRO. Other children in the community and schools are indirect beneficiaries through the peer education activities and outreach programs. There are many street children of great talents (music, sports, dance) which we try to develop. The program w ...

Contact PersonChristine Kamiti

Kyanyawara Village, Kiko Town Council, , , P.O. Box 872 Fort Portal

The organisation was started by a teacher, Kemigisa Margret, with the purpose of creating income generating projects for communities bordering Kibaale National Park. Communities were trained to think of environment friendly activities that can sustain their lives.In the first period after establishment, the organisation offered activities in handcraft making, music dance and drama, crop and animal farming, environment conservation and education.A number of people picked interest in our work and joined the organisation. We increasingly gained support, including the government which started funding to some of our projects and also participated in training and supervision.Today, CAP has activities in handcraft making, training and marketing, music dance and drama, animal husbandry, environmen ...

Contact PersonKemigisa Margret (Director)
Date Founded

Bwanagweno Road, Opposite II Ford Photo Studio, Kitgum, ,

Live Again (LAG) is a registered community-based organisation that was started in 2006. It was formed as a result of the civil war in northern Uganda which was characterised by destruction of properties, loss of lives as well as forceful displacement of people in the Internally Displaced People

Contact PersonGladys.A. Oyat (Executive Director)
Telephone0471 440 143 / 0772 695 155

P.O. Box 1349, Mayuge, Kaguta Road, Mayuge Town Council, ,

Community Integrated Development Activities For Poverty Alleviation (CIDAPA) provides services to people without limitation to gender, religion, culture or race. This is done in terms of sensitisation of communities on health programmes, capacity building and conducting research in partnership with other partners in education, HIV/AIDS and agriculture.VisionImproved and sustainable livelihoods for the active communitiesMissionTo alleviate poverty by supporting grassroot activities for a prosperous community with equitable developmentValuesTransparency and accountability, team work, responsibility, respect of client, voluntarism and dignityPrimary targetWomen, farmers, youth, people Living with HIV/AIDS, and OVC.The following problems that sparked the formation of CIDAPA;

Contact PersonMugoya Paul (Program Manager)
Telephone0774 / 0713 / 0702 360 266

P.o Box 60, Pader Pader Town Council Along Pader-Lira Road (small Road), ,

Friends of Orphans was founded in 1999 by a former child soldier, Mr. Anywar Ricky Richard. This was after going through the war in Northern Uganda and seeing how it affected youth and women. He came up with an idea which later developed into a proposal to support the vulnerable community (children, youth and women)VisionA society in which the vulnerable are empowered to achieve their full potential and contribute to the development of their communityMissionTo contribute to the rehabilitation, empowerment and reintegration of former child soldiers, abductees, child mothers, orphans and to combat spread of HIV/AIDSGoalReduce the vulnerability of child mothers, orphans, former soldiers, abductees and vulnerable women through education and skills to empower and protect their rightsAll these a ...

Contact PersonAnywar Ricky Richard (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 383 574/0774 157 364

Rock Crescent West R/d, Western Division, , , P.O.Box 376, Tororo

A group of youths in Tororo district Western Division realized the need to alleviate poverty that was affecting them because they were facing a threat of unemployment, health issues among others. It

Contact PersonWanyama Cyrus (Executive Chairman)
Telephone0702 123 556
Date Founded

Plot 54 Persee Street, , , P.O Box 368 Masindi,

Masindi Community Foundation, MCF, is a nonprofit organization created by the communities of Masindi district in the year 2011 to nurture and strengthen community philanthropy so as to build social capital for promoting and facilitating asset based development as an approach that enables local citizens establish and manage sustainable social enterprises capable of improving their livelihoods and helping them achieve poverty relief. Vision  Making Masindi a better place to live for everyone. Mission To mobilize and endow resources for the promotion and facilitation of asset based development so as to enable local citizens establish and manage sustainable social enterprises capable of improving their livelihoods and helping them achieve poverty relief. Objectives •Promote asset based d ...

Contact PersonMicheal Kirungi (Chief Executive Officer)
Telephone0465 420090
Date Founded

Nansana West, , , P.O. Box 89 Wakiso

Suubi Community Development initiatives-Uganda (SUCODI) is a non-Profit Community based organization reg. WCBO/017/12 working for the promotion of children’s welfare, education and health needs of children targeting the orphaned and the vulnerable Children(OVC’s). It was started in 2011 to help Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) due to the over growing number of OVCs mainly those who are orphaned by HIV/AIDS.Suubi Community Development initiatives-Uganda (SUCODI) is a non-Profit Community based organization reg. WCBO/017/12 working for the promotion of children’s welfare, education and health needs of children targeting the orphaned and the vulnerable Children(OVC’s).    

Contact PersonRev Konde David
Date Founded
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 ...

Contact PersonMargaret Kasozi
Physical AddressPLOT 865 Kalinabiri Rd, Ntinda

Robert Mugabe Road, Kireka, ,

Contact PersonAinebyona Ronald
Date Founded

P.O.Box 22598, , , 256

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 ...

Physical AddressLocated at Kagoma 150 meters after Kobil Fuel Station
Telephone+256-414-568625 OR +256-772533676

Endiinzi Town Board, Bukanga Isingiro, , P.O Box 09, Isingiro

Real Agency For Community Development is a nonprofit making organisation which started as a community based organisation in 2007 then later alone developed into an NGO as it course of work extended to cover the whole district of Isngiro and beyond. And it attained its registration status as an NGO in 2002 from NGO board under NGO Act. Its major activities are; socio-economic development, land management and natural resources conservation. Currently we are implementing the project of tree planting in Endiinzi Sub-County. We are also in preparations to extend the project to Sub-Counties of Kabingo, Kashumba, Rugaaga and Ngarama. In implementing this project we faced a number of challenges like little funds to finance the project to its maximum capacity, limited support from partners in the d ...

Contact PersonAsiimwe Benfred (Director)
Telephone0772 357 580 / 0774 864 501
Date Founded
Awakening Smiles Initiative

PO Box 34384, , , 25641

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.

Contact PersonRwatangabo Nora Kyarimpa
Telephone+256 787 590 006
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 ...

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