Country: Uganda

BENENFANCE UGANDA

Kayunga Rd, Plot 95, Mukono, , , 05

www.benenfance.org

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Contact PersonPatrick ABEDI MAPASA
Telephone+256776651006
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P.O. Box 802, Gulu, ,

Unyama Youth Group is a civil society organisation formed in 2001. VisionTo promote environmental awareness to eradicate poverty among the rural poor community by tree planting and keeping of livestock by 2020 in every homestead.The youth group currently has 30 to 50 active volunteers who are totally engaged in environmental protection and natural resources management, agriculture and rural livelihood.The youth group is supported by Gulu NGO Forum under a youth leadership project.There is limited funding to support the youth to carry out training on environmental natural resources management agriculture and rural livelihood.

Contact PersonJohn Opio (Chairperson)
Telephone0783 759 967
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luzira, ,

Foundation for Community Development is a non profit, non political organisation. FOCOD was founded in 2012 by three young energetic and dynamic men and two retired female teachers who had carried out a study of Ugandan societies and realised that there was a need to intervene and reverse some bad society traits. it is in this context that they agreed to form this organisation to champion this cause in order to have a better society for everyone to live.

Contact PersonMarungi Justus
Telephone+256713153052
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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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Karamaga South Division,

Ochaki George started the organisation in 2000 with an aim of reducing poverty among unemployed women and men within Karamaga village, south division of Fort Portal MunicipalityWe first engaged in offering financial services (credit and savings) and poultry keeping and animal rearing like hens, pigs and goats.The organisation has saved enough money to keep the group moving on but due to failure to pay by some members, the group

Contact PersonOchaki George
Telephone0712 034 293
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Date Founded

P.O Box 111, Moyo,Okudi Road, Moyo Town Council, ,

Moyo District NGO Forum (MODINGFO) was formed in June, 2002 as an umbrella organization for CSOs working in Moyo district. The aim of the organization was to engage the district Local Government (LG) and member organizations in ensuring that they deliver quality services, participate jointly in planning, training, and research for effective service utilization of the existing resources so as to meet the needs of the vulnerable members of the community.Vision Empowered and vibrant CSO

Contact PersonVuziga William Mundu (Coordinator)
Telephone0773 871 877 / 0772 374 561
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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 ...

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Contact PersonMargaret Kasozi
Physical AddressPLOT 865 Kalinabiri Rd, Ntinda
Telephone+256414575137
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P.O Box 916, Fort Portal, , , +256

www.ricnet.co.ug

Rwenzori Information Centres Network (RIC-NET) is a community owned information, knowledge and skills sharing network established in 2005 by the Civil Society Organizations in Rwenzori region, western Uganda. The genesis of RIC-NET was at an open space forums for CSOs in 2002/2003, where the need to establish a network to boost effective and reliable information sharing was higly pronouced. RIC-NET was established to harnesses the available resources and opportunities in order to strengthen information, knowledge and skills sharing within the region. The genesis of RIC-NET was the result of an open space forum for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in 2002/2003, whereby participants expressed a need to establish a network for effective information and knowledge sharing throughout the regi ...

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Contact PersonMurugahara John
Telephone+256772607149
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17-Km Kazo-Ibanda Road P.O.Box 355 IBANDA (Kiruhura), , , 256

Kazo Development Initiative is a local, non-partisan, rural based NGO operating in Kazo County, Kiruhura District. It was founded in 2002 by well focused members of the local community in Kamori sub-county after identifying the following problems that affected them:

Contact PersonBamwine Elly
Telephone0782 372 573
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Bugiri Town Council, , , P.O Box 37, Bugiri

BUPOMO-NET is a community based organization in Bugiri Town Council. It started as a group of community monitors established by Uganda Debt Network but later on transformed into a community based organization. BUPOMO-NET’S GOAL was to have an informed, mobilized civil society participating in formation, monitoring and evaluation in the implementing of development programmes. BUPOMO-NET also wanted to have an open, Transparent, accountable and prosperous Ugandan society. This was to be achieved through lobbying and advocating for prudent management and effective use of national resources for the benefit of all Ugandans through community Monitoring, Mobilization, information sharing, skills and knowledge formation, learning, public education campaigns in collaboration with Civil Society Orga ...

Contact PersonHyuha Chrispus Jarmen (Coordinator)
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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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P.O.Box 22598, , , 256

www.acdipe.org

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 ...

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Physical AddressLocated at Kagoma 150 meters after Kobil Fuel Station
Telephone+256-414-568625 OR +256-772533676
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Plot 23, Imat Miria Road, Lira Municipality, , P.O Box 972, Lira

William Achol conceived the idea gave it a name, and made contributions to register it with a constitution. He hoped to ensure satisfactory services are rendered and received by the citizen especially the peasants. We started by

Contact PersonWilliam Achol (Executive Director)
Telephone0782 874 778
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Date Founded

P.O. Box 195, , , 256

www.cedouganda.org

CEDO, Child Rights Empowerment and Development Organization, was recognised by the National NGO Board in year 2005, and is registered as a Non-profit child focused National Development Organization; Reg. No. s.5914/7353. The organization aims at promoting the rights of children to a healthy, secure and value adding child-hood. CEDO Uganda’s vocation is to support vulnerable populations affected by poverty, poor health and social insecurity, and to support them to build a better future. Our interventions seek to cover multiple aspects of development and human rights crises through a multi-disciplinary approach adapted to each context. Since 1992, CEDO has been mobilizing resources from government, as well as private and public sectors to support our work, impacting thousands of children ...

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Physical Address2KM Hoima Rd, Masindi Municipality
Telephone392857744 / 772687319
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Makerere University Joint AIDS Programme (MJAP)

Plot 4B, Kololo Hill Drive, , , 25641

www.mjap.or.ug

Makerere University Joints AIDS Program is a company limited by guarantee under Makerere University working towards consolidation of the model for provision of the full continuum of HIV/AIDS and TB prevention, care and treatment services whilst contributing to national health systems strengthening for delivery of quality services. Makerere University Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) emerged from the Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) which was established in November 2004 under the then Makerere University Faculty of Medicine with funding from the US President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and technical assistance from the United States of America Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the provision of comprehensive HIV/AIDS services. In 20 ...

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Contact PersonDr. Jennifer Namusobya - Executive Director
Telephone256417715800
Fax25641715823
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C/O P.O BOX 31744, ,

Uganda green charcoal is concerned with the global environment that has drawn attention on different platforms, highlighting the devastating effects as unfriendly actions continue to exert pressure on the green nature. In Uganda, only 10% of the populations have access to electricity while the rest use firewood for cooking and other power requiring activities (NEMA 2013). As a result, deforestation is occurring at an alarming rate of 1% approximately 90,000 acres of forest cover annually at the center of deforestation is the lucrative trade, commonly known as "black gold". This problem is compounded by the high population growth rate of more than seven live birth per adult female. As a result, the country has been plighted with deforestation at a magnitude beyond comprehension. To t ...

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Contact PersonOkech McAdam John
Telephone+256 772 677 294
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Kisaasi Kyanja road, Busia close, , , 2387

www.tai.ug

Technology Aid International (TAI) - Uganda, believes in Technology Enhanced Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation for local people.Goal: To stimulate communities to realize their potential, to work towards poverty alleviation, and sustainable development utilizing appropriate technologies.Overall Objective: To research (Study and Test), market, and propagate appropriate technologies that sustainably improve lives, production, and environmental protection.Main objectives are:Legislation: To advocate for legislation that favors adoption of technologies that sustainably improve lives, production and environmental protection. Such legislation would effect efficient use of renewable energy (smart houses), good water governance practices, refuse recycling, pollution control, hazardous chem ...

Contact PersonMugabi Ivan Mulindwaa
Telephone+256772698597
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P.O Box 38, Aduku Apac, , , 256

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 sanitation; food security, and pe ...

Contact PersonOlam Geofrey ( Lead Facilitator)
Telephone0392 912 088
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P.O. Box 843, Lira, Lira District Local Government Headquarters, Natural Resources Compound (Next to Production Offices and Opposite Community Services Offices), Lira Municipality, ,

BackgroundThe Lira NGO Forum (LNF) is an umbrella body of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) operating in Lira District; it was the first forum to be established in northern Uganda, in 1998. The Forum is a membership organization registered with the National NGO Board. The Forum was formed to coordinate activities of CSOs, mobilize resources, advocate for the rights of the voiceless and build capacity of CSOs, Promote networking and information sharing among organizations, Governed by the Annual General Meeting (AGM) as it oversees program implementation through a nine member Executive Committee (EC) democratically elected by member organizations at the Annual General Assembly. EC is the policy making body of the Forum. VisionA vibrant, democratic, gender balanced and prosperous society M ...

Contact PersonDaniel Okello (Programmes Coordinator)
Telephone0392 701 23 / 0779 511 800
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7242 kampala Uganda, , , +256

Reviving Hope Uganda is charitable, indigenous, non-for-profit youth ages from 11-30 and children months – 10 development organization registered with the aim of empowering vulnerable groups particularly the HIV/AIDS victims, youths and orphans with knowledge, skills and support to alleviate poverty within this target group as a strategy to address one of the key factors contributing to the rapid spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.Ever since 2012, Reviving Hope Uganda has been joining forces with youth in different areas to prevent, create awareness. Reviving Hope Uganda uses skills development for income generation, information education, community outreach, capacity building to address the given issues and so far we have covered kawuku,namulanda,mpala,bwebajja,kitende,lweza,seguku,lubowa,za ...

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Contact PersonJean-Luc Kitsa or Nsubuga Ibrahim Saad .K.
Telephone+256706756500
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Date Founded