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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

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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P.O. Box 9063, Kampala,Plot 4384,Block 244,Kiwafu-rd, Kansanga,

www.ceewauganda.org

The Council for Economic Empowerment for Women of Africa-Uganda Chapter (CEEWA-Uganda) is a registered Non-Governmental, Non-Partisan and not-for-profit organization working to promote the economic empowerment of women in Uganda. CEEWA-Uganda was started in 1995; and traces its origin to the preparatory meetings for the UN Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China.Vision A Uganda in which women

Contact PersonMary Nannono (The Coordinator)
Telephone0414 269 507 / 0414 269 477 / 0312 287 133
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P.O Box 1521,Mbarara,Plot 21 Mackhansigh Street, Mbarara, ,

Mbarara Women Development Organisation is a non-profit women

Contact PersonJolly. K. Mugisha (Director)
Telephone0702 465 134/0772 347 276
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Rwenkarabo, Kiziba, Kagango, Sheema,

Our organisation was started by women of Rwenkarabo and our hope was to achieve wealth as women and a better living for our children and youth. Our First project was coffee planting and pig rearing.At first we as women didn

Contact PersonMulezi Joelia (Chairperson)
Telephone0774 133 154
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Muguru , , P.O Box 583 Fort Portal

KIWED was formed in 1999 by women in Kabarole district. They were committed to developing timely programs that serve the needs of individual activists and organizations in the field of poverty reduction.The women started with skills and capacity building, handling gender issues, HIV/AIDS, marketing agriculture component i.e. mushroom growing, vanilla growing, water and sanitation, nutrition and information and communication technology (ICT).As of today, we engage in rice growing, mushroom growing, and HIV/AIDS sensitization.We noticed that farmers are applying skills acquired such as mushroom growing in the Ruwenzori region. In addition, farmers in Rwimi Sub-County have been trained and supported with best practices for upland rice growing.Over the years, we have achieved in various aspec ...

Contact PersonGrace Rukuba (Director)
Telephone0775 590 183 / 0778 858 406
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Plot 10 Njara Road, , , P.O Box 514

AHURIO was started to coordinate human rights organisations in the Ruwenzori region. Some of the first members include Kabarole Research and Resource centre, Development foundation for Rural Areas, Ruwenzori Forum for Peace and Justice, Integrated Women Development, Ride Africa, Parents concern for Young People, and Youth and Women Empowerment (YAWE). We have noticed and increase in our membership and we have groomed a number of local and international human rights defenders.We started out with Paralegal Advisory Services, Probono access to justice, child support and protection programs, peace and conflict resolution and management.Today, we run four major programmes namely Institutional capacity building, Community extension programs, Human rights advocacy, and Dispute resolution.We have ...

Contact PersonFred Kaahwa (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 400 284 / 0702 196 8891
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P.O Box 383, Kitgum,Kitgum Town, opposite Warchild Offices, Senior Quarters, ,

Kitgum Women Peace Initiative (KIWEPI) is a community based organisation registered with Kitgum District government and Community Development Office, and a member of the Kitgum NGO Forum.KIWEPI was initiated in April 2000 by a group of voluntary women when the Lord

Contact PersonCanogura Faddy Gladys (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 544 827/ 0794 350 828
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Kajjere Parish, Kiboga, , P,O Box 80, Kiboga

It was started by 15 members that wanted to cordially advocate for better service delivery from government. In addition, they desired to share experiences and find solutions to problems affecting individual group members and also initiate income generating activities. In order for us to realise these goals, the group started with chicken rearing, extending Counselling to PHAs and offering training activities in crop farming. Today, we engage in crop farming for crops like cassava, maize, and beans, we train people in income generating activities such as group saving schemes and we also provide psycho-social support/ counselling to people both infected and affected with HIV/AIDS through home visits.From the time of inception, we have established community based small scale credit facility ...

Contact PersonBarugahare Jackson
Telephone0756 034 856
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Plot 6/7 Tino Close, Lira Municipality, , P.O Box 96, Lira

Rose Ogwal led a group of women to start the organization in 1994 in order to improve the lives of suffering-women after years of wars in northern Uganda.The group started with activities such as tailoring, baking, small scale businesses, home based care for people living with HIV/AIDS and poultry demonstration project. To this day, the group is still function with active projects in tailoring, village savings and small credit facility, home based care for people living with HIV/AIDS, support to young women through training and counseling, and growing crops together with animal husbandry.All these efforts make us proud because we have improved the lives of women through empowerment with knowledge and skills, raised their income and standard of living through entrepreneurship, and helped th ...

Contact PersonTom Ogweng (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 921 459; 0772 962 655
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P.O Box 92, Paidhah,Holly Family Nyapea Hospital,

The organisation was started by a group of mothers who were working at Holy Family Nyapea Hospital. The purpose was to increase the importance of mothers and children; nutrition and maternal health services; promote girl and boy child education; prevent HIV/AIDS among the people of Zombo district. The organisation was hoping to achieve a healthy and educated community of Zombo district which was formerly Okuro community.We began by working on health that included the sensitisation of mothers on nutrition and maternal health services, HIV /AIDS prevention done and being taken through community mobilisation and sensitisation, voluntary counselling and testing for the sick people.We worked on water and sanitation which included training, mobilisation and use of clean water through constructio ...

Contact PersonOcanda Wilfred Jatho
Telephone0774 243 671
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P.o Box 43, Ibanda,Opposite Taxi Park, Rubare Cell, Ibanda Town Council, ,

Ibanda Women

Contact PersonKamugisha Mollen (Secretary)
Telephone0782 316 555 / 0772 513 045
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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
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P.o Box 282 ,Kitgum,Samsoni Lukono Road, East Ward , ,

www.kicwa.org

KICWA was founded by six mothers who were concerned about the plight of children formerly associated (abducted) by the Lord

Contact PersonChristopher Arwai (Program Manager)
Telephone0471 439 534/0772 857 153/0792 695 636
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P.O Box 274, Tororo,Plot 1 Masaba road, Tororo,

www.mifumi.org

MIFUMI is an international development and women

Contact PersonSimon Ndira (Director)
Telephone0392 966 282 / 0752 781 122 / 0776 886 006
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P.O Box 35563, Kampala,Plot 25 Plot 50, Bunamwaya Nyanama-Zzana road,

Our mission is to promote social, economic, and environmental empowerment of women and young people through capacity building, research, advocacy and service provision. National Association for Women

Contact PersonPatience Nyangoma Muramuzi (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 820 199 / 0777 108 535
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P.O Box 1663, Kampala,Plot 1 Perryman Gardens Off Hoima Road,

National Association of Women Organisations in Uganda (NAWOU) is an indigenous umbrella for women organizations formed in 1992. NAWOU is an affiliate of International Council of Women, has a consultative status with United Nations Economic and social Council (ECOSOC) and collaborates with several networks; international NGOs and development partners.It was formed to harness efforts of various women organisations

Contact PersonPeace T. Kyamureku (Secretary General)
Telephone0414 258 463
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P.O Box 349, Gulu,Gulu Bus Park, Behind Police Post,

Laroo Pece Women Association (LAPEWA) is a women

Contact PersonGarbert B. Alichan (Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0773 390857 / 0772 529 188
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P.O Box 16729,Kampala,ACFODE House Plot 623/624 Bukoto,

www.acfode.org

Action for Development (ACFODE) is an indigenous, voluntary, non-governmental women

Contact PersonRegina Bafaki (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 531 812
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P.O Box 304, Mityana,Bbuye Kikumbi, Mityana Town Council,

The organisation was started by a team of seven women to improve the lives of women in terms of income, health, education and financial support in the community. They initially began with conducting income generating activities; water and sanitation and HIV/AIDS mobilisation for testing and seeking treatment. Ever since the organisation started their engagements there has been water tanks distribution to the needy. Scholarships have been given to 120 students at different levels. Tree planting and distribution has been well done. We have joined different networks at national and international levels. Currently, we are engaged in palliative care (terminal ill care and management). From these engagements, groups have been formed; courses, seminars and workshops for the board development h ...

Contact PersonNtabaazi Lucy
Telephone0752 625 237
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