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P.O Box 335, Fort Portal,Kitumba, Nyakagongo Road, Opposite Kataraka Health Centre, Fort Portal, ,

www.parentsconcern.co.org

Parents Concern for Young People (PCYP) was founded as a result of increased number of orphans and other vulnerable children, worrying levels of poverty, high prevalence rates of HIV/AIDS, and other sexual reproductive health problems in the Rwenzori region.VisionAn educated, healthy, economically empowered and HIV/AIDS free societyMission To provide support, education and skills to address HIV/AIDS and improve the general welfare of all people through multi-strategic approachValuesIntegrity, volunteerism, loyalty, credibility, commitmentTarget groups1. Children & youth; Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVC), child headed families, the needy, parenting teens and the abandoned 2. Vulnerable groups ; the very poor, the homeless, People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWAs), widows, widowe ...

Contact PersonHenry Mehangye (Executive Director), Sabiiti Fenekansi (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 481 481 /0772 888 149 / 0752 888 149 / 0483 425 142
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P.O. Box 50, Amolator,Amolatar Town Council, Corner Aputi cell, Namasale road, ,

Lango Samaritan Initiative Organisation (LSIO) was founded in 2006 and administered by development oriented persons to create a peaceful society where Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVCs), People living with HIV/AIDS, widows and other disadvantaged groups of people can realise their potential.Vision A Uganda in which children, orphans, widows, HIV/AIDS victims and other marginalized groups enjoy the same rights and freedom as any other human being with due respect to their nature and values as they grow and live in the society.MissionTo reach out to those in needy situations and improve the standard of living of the disadvantaged in collaboration with stake holders within and outside the countryOverall organization goalDeveloped self esteem and improved living conditions of needy c ...

Contact PersonAyo Anthony (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 614 436 / 0702 614 436 / 0755 614 436
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Save Street Children Uganda

P.O Box 28852, Mawanda Road,Kampala, Uganda., ,

www.sascu.org

SASCU is a child protection agency specialising in protecting and rehabilitating street children, enabling them to realize and fulfill their potentials. A Brief History of SASCU From hopelessness, helplessness, despair and from being virtually dead to professional life. The founders of SASCU had long lost their dreams and their worlds confined to disparate living on the streets of Kampala. Having been saved by people of good will, there was only one thing to do binding their efforts into an organization dedicated to saving their colleagues they left on the street, testifying and talking passionately to young boys and girls vulnerable to joining street life, and working with families, communities and government institutions to withdraw children from the street, rehabilitate and reintegr ...

Contact PersonInnocent Byaruhanga Oburye
Telephone+256-712-078138 /0701383615
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nansana kabumbi, , , +256

www.twitter.com/hopecareuganda

HOPE CARE UGANDA is a non –profit organization providing education and other basic needs to orphans and other vulnerable children and their families in Uganda East Africa. The organization was originally founded as a youth group in 2012 and progressively registered 2014 under the government of Uganda as a non-profit community based organization (CBO). HOPE CARE UGANDA is located nansana town council,kabumbi village nabweru sub county in wakiso district of hoima road 8km from kampala. HOPE CARE UGANDA is fully registered under the government of Uganda under rg.no:- WCBO /1677/14 The common goal of the project is to provide formal primary and secondary education with the intention of eliminating poverty and rescue vulnerable children in need of care and to trace and reunify childr ...

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Contact PersonBusinge Emmanuel Carlos
Telephone+256706300600
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Uganda National NGO Forum

P.O.BOX 4636, , , 256

www.ngoforum.or.ug

The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) is an independent and inclusive national platform for NGOs in Uganda. Its primary constituency and owners are NGOs in their diversity and configurations. UNNGOF is however open to other interest groups within a broadly defined civil society. UNNGOF’s operational scope is at national level, with focus on issues and processes that concern NGOs across the board. We recognise the independent existence of national thematic NGO networks and district networks and for a, as important NGO coordinating mechanism with complementary comparative advantages. Vision: A coherent, respected, well-informed NGO sector in Uganda; actively contributing to citizens’ well-being and safeguarding their rights. Mission: To provide a sharing and reflection platform f ...

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Contact PersonRichard Ssewakiryanga, Executive Director)
Physical AddressPlot 25, Muyenga Tank Hill Road, Kabalagala
Telephone+256 414 510 272
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P.O Box 38, Aduku, ,

Awe Iwot Reflect Circle (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 sanitati ...

Contact PersonOlam Geofrey ( Lead Facilitator )
Telephone0392 912 088 / 0774 106 499
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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 ...

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Contact PersonDr. Otim Moses (Team Leader)
Telephone0772 467 474 / 0782 658 151
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P.o Box 378, Bushenyi,Plot 13,Liberation Road,Bushenyi Town, ,

EPCOC was founded by 12 members after realising the many challenges that face humanity.MissionTo empower people with skills to deal with their personal, group and organisational challengesVisionWe look forward to a Uganda free of poverty, ignorance and disease in all aspects of reproductive health.EPCOC specialises in thematic areas of HIV/AIDS and reproductive health, capacity building counselling and environmental conservation.Activities

Contact PersonManyire Edgar(Director)
Telephone0701 586 365/0772 586 365/0753 586 365
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Plot 15-17 Bishop Wasikye Road, , , 256

www.croug.org

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
Telephone+256-454-435340
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P.O. Box 93, Sironko,Asoni Kaggwa zone, Bukolooto Ward, Kayunga Town Council, On Kayunga , ,

Youth and Persons with Disability (s) Integrated Development Association (YOPDIDA) was the first of its kind to be established to address the needs and provide remedies to the causes of increasing number of Persons with disabilities (PWDs), high youth school drops, orphans due to HIV/AIDS, neglected and isolated vulnerable children (OVCs) and women. VisionA society with equal opportunities for all the most vulnerable categories of personsMissionCreation of a united voice for the most vulnerable group of persons such as those with disabilities, youth out of school, women, poor orphans, parents to those with disabilities, and elderly guardians affected and infected by HIV/AIDS, to advocate for their rights, equalization of opportunities, to involve and sensitize the communities of factors th ...

Category:Disability
Contact PersonSheikh Kabali Idris (Director )
Telephone0772 851 365 / 0701 851 361 / 0772 961 682 / 0772 516 714
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P.O Box 08 Bwongera,Plot 16, Ntungamo Rd. to Nyamunuka, Rukungiri Rd, ,

Was started by women & widows affected with HIV/AIDS in both districts

Category:HIV / AIDS
Contact PersonTwinamatsiko Aidah (Chairperson)
Telephone0782 482 683/0759 482 683
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Driver's Corner Building, Maracha Town Council, , , 652, Arua

www.amaniinitiative.org

Amani Initiative is a Ugandan NGO that was established in 2011 by a group of Ugandan youths who were directly or indirectly affected by the pertinent issue of teenage pregnancy & early marriage. The organization is registered with the NGO Board under registration number 9539. Amani Initiative has been awarded by six child based organizations (ANPPCAN-Uganda, Child Fund Uganda, Compassion International, Save the Children in Uganda, UCRNN, World Vision Uganda and UNICEF for its efforts in the fight against teenage pregnancy & early marriage under the 2013 Tumaini Awards. Vision A community whereby each child has an equal opportunity to quality education and develops to full potential without the impact of teenage pregnancy & early marriage.  Mission To create sustainable s ...

Contact PersonOchatre Nixon
Telephone+256 703 154 084
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P.O Box 972, Gulu,Plot 3-11 Olam Sisto Road Layibi Orubu, ,

www.teamsonline.org

TEAMS was formed ten years ago to empower the vision of the local churches in Gulu. It was in the period of sever suffering as a result of the civil war which lasted over 20 years. Dr. Liam Chapman from UK initiated the programme after physically experiencing the war in Gulu for some good period of time. He then worked with the local Christian churches in collaboration with donors and international organisations from UK so that the needs of the local people could be addressed.The donations TEAMS gets from UK are used to empower the following sectors:

Contact PersonDr. Liam Chapman (Director)/ Gabriel Lajul
Telephone+447 940 567 931 / 0757 511 059 / 0772 646 256
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C/o Coordinator-BUDCOF, P.O Box 209,BushenyiBushenyi-Ishaka adjacent to Bushenyi-Ishaka Municipality Head Office,, ,

Awake Ankole (AA) is human rights focused and advocacy oriented. AA underscores the promotion of social justice, good governance, human rights and fostering democratic participation of citizens in the overall development process. The vision of AA is to have a prosperous, equitable society, cherishing democracy and good governance. The aim of AA is to empower communities in the Ankole region to know and realise their rights and responsibilities and influence policies that promote good governance, democracy and rule of law for sustainable development and good quality of life. Core values Non-sectarianism Gender equality Integrity and transparency Collective action Volunteerism Collaboration and partnership Strategic Objectives To promote human rights, institutionalism, ...

Contact PersonJohn Tumusiime (Executive Director)
Telephone0703 315 966/0772 631 221
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P.O Box 346, , , 256

www.ccayef.org

Child Care and Youth Empowerment Foundation (CCAYEF) –S.5914/9236 is an indigenous non-profit, non-governmental, charitable organization. It was founded in 2008 and is officially registered and recognized by Mukono District, Mukono Municipality and the Uganda Ministry of Internal Affairs with the Registration number 9464. CCAYEF mainly focuses on action and knowledge that directly improves the lives of children and the youth in and out of school; in rural, peri-urban and urban areas of Mukono, Kayunga, Buikwe and Buvuma Districts.

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Physical AddressMukono
Telephone72402784/77148054
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, , P.O Box 280 Kisoro

www.mcdou.org

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 ...

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Contact PersonEdison Ndayambaje
Telephone+256782306973
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Budhatemwa, Bukonte, Nsinze Sub County, ,

The fellowship was started by Church of Uganda to help the community understand God; improve sanitation and Child care in homes. The fellowship started with evangelism in the community and supporting the vulnerable groups of people like elderly. We have seen the people grow spiritually, moral uprightness improved, and there is a reduction in domestic violence. We also started offering counselling sessions which are on-going.Today, on top of the above mentioned services, we also hold community outreach seminars on income generation (farming) and also house a NAADS farming project.The organisation has been able to partner with the Namutumba District NGO Forum and the district health office.However, our delivery some activities such as care and treatment, transport for the peer educators, pro ...

Contact PersonJohn Azalwa (Chairperson)
Telephone0772 301 766
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Date Founded

P.o Box 931,Mbale,Kanikwa Village,Nkoma Parish,Namanyonyi Sub-county, ,

Kanika Peasant and Orphanage Project (K.P.O.P) is a community based organisation which was formed in 2001 with only nine founder members and registered in 2002 under community development office in Mbale and NGO Board.The organization is operating in Kanika Village in Nkoma Parish in Namanyonyi sub-county in Bunghokho County in Mbale. It is managed with three part time paid staff and a total of 80 fully registered members. VisionTo provide a platform where the community contributes to the well being of orphans and vulnerable children and their households ObjectiveTo deliver integrated quality essential; services to orphans and vulnerable children and their households in Namanyonyi by 2013 Its major objectives are;

Contact PersonNgoloba Silver (Cordiantor)/Nandudu Jamila(Chairperson)
Telephone0751 593 440 / 0776 593 440 / 0757 459 076
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 ...

Contact PersonFredrick Baguma. K
Telephone+256772479435
FaxNil
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P. O. Box 403, Kitgum, , 256

www.agorocommunity.org

The Agoro Community Development Association (ACDA) is a Non-governmental organization (NGO) that assists the rural Agoro community in northern Uganda’s Lamwo and Kitgum districts. These districts have a religiously and culturally diverse population of over 600,000, most of whom are Acholi. Post Ugandan Independence in 1962 the area has suffered almost continual conflict, persecution & neglect, much of it based on ethnic tensions. Socio-culturally, there has traditionally been deep gender inequality and power imbalance between men and women. Sexual violence, child marriage and lack of respect for property rights against girls and women remain a prevalent, but silent, crime. The Agoro region has endured years of civil and tribal violence from the time of Ugandan Independence, which has deva ...

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Contact PersonOtim Stephen
Telephone256782707898
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