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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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Date Founded

P.O Box 958, Fort Portal,Maguru ,

Founded in 2002, Kabarole NGOs/CBOs Association (KANCA) is a district network of NGOs and CBOs both local and international operating in Kabarole District, in western Uganda. It is a platform for collective voice of civil society organisations and has a membership of 100 active CSOs.Before the National District Network Support Program (NDNSP) support, KANCA and her members were weak and could not engage and interface with the leaders and even could not conduct internal activities that included supporting member organizations. In 2007, KANCA got support under the NDNSP in partnership with DANIDA

Contact PersonEdward Itoote (Coordinator)
Telephone0483 425 755 / 0782 398 822

P.O Box 23, Kalangala,Kalangala Town Council, Lutoboka Road, Kaka,

www.kalangaladistrictngo.or.ug

Kalangala District NGO Forum (KADINGO) is a non profit making, voluntary and non partisan registered with NGO Board and Registrar of Companies. It was established in 2002 by five member organizations to be a collective and platform of independent voice of civil society organizations operating in Kalangala district. Our vision is to see

Contact PersonMaalo Edward Ssemugenyi (Coordinator)
Telephone0752 812 762
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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

P.o Box 2841, Kapchorwa,Plot 37, Sironko , ,

KABHURO is constituted by Paralegals trained by Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Uganda in 1996 and refreshed by Uganda Land Alliance in 2005 to address widespread human rights needs and land conflicts affecting especially among women and children.In 2002, Action Aid International Uganda (AAIU) appreciated the services of the paralegals and engaged them as implementing partners of human rights issues with emphasis on women

Contact PersonKitiyo Patrick (coordinator)
Telephone0782 665 702/0778 864 957
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P.O. Box 8, Bukwo,Bukwo District,

Kapchorwa/Bukwo Women in Peace Initiative (KWIPI) is a non profit making community based organization that operates among the communities affected by conflict and violence as a result of cattle rustling. KWIPI aims at promoting positive cultural practices among the Pokot, Karamojong, Sabiny and Turkana communities. KWIPI which was established in 2003 after realising that woman had been left out of peace negotiations over long time. As mothers they suffered psychological torture and pains arising from death of their sons, husbands, rape of women and young girls and displacement. KWIPI is being supported by Action aid Uganda Kapchorwa Development Initiative both financially and in capacity building to promote cross-border peace initiatives. Practical Action Kenya also supports the organizat ...

Contact PersonMasika Elijah Ndinyo (Coordinator)
Telephone0777 251 685
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Katosi Central, Ntenjeru Sub-county, Mukono district,

www.katosi.org

There were eight women in Katosi who hoped to uplift the standard of living in their community through networking and advocating. Through this initiative they started the organisation with registering member

Contact PersonMargret Nakato Lubyayi
Telephone0772 748 774/ 0772 587 427
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Date Founded

P O. Box 71976 Clock Tower,Plot 51/2 Miles Bombo Road, Kawempe Zone A,

www.kyda.yolasite.com

Kawempe Youth Development Association (KYDA) began its operations as an informal group in 2001. It was started by ten youth who had offered different disciplines from Makerere University.It begun as a friend

Contact PersonOtal McBernard (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 691 182 /0752 368 332
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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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P. O Box 45, Kigumba,Kigumba Trading Centre,

We formed this group as a result of inspiration from a fellow youth Mr. Okaba Patrick (R.I.P) who was concerned about the challenges faced by the youth in our community. The challenges included extreme poverty, high illiteracy levels, drug abuses, the high HIV/AIDS prevalence and the increasing indiscipline among the youths. Having identified these problems, 20 youths from Kigumba town had to organize and mobilize themselves to form the group.We started with a few activities which included;

Contact PersonKato Jacob (Chairperson)
Telephone0784 877 593
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C/O Masindi District Local Government P.O Box 67 ,Kijura market, Central Division, Masindi Municipality (Katama village),

Kijura Disabled Women Association (KIDWA) is a group of women with disabilities formed in 2004 by five members. It currently has 20 members who include the physically disabled, deaf, mental and visual impairment. KIDWA is affiliated to Masindi District Disabled Persons Union (MADDIPU).It is a community based organization with a small individual member projects. Objectives

Contact PersonNyamaizi Margret (secretary)
Telephone0782 147 373 / 0773 468 345
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P.O Box 76, Kisoro,Plot No. 34, Chuho Road, Kisoro Town council,

Kisoro District NGO/CBO Forum (KINGOF) is a District Network with a membership of 93 NGOs and CBOs operating in Kisoro District. We implement other programmes in the districts of Kabale, Rukungiri and Kanungu in capacity building to the community based monitors who carry out service delivery programme in the areas around the protected areas of Mgahinga and Bwindi Gorilla national parks and support Community Based Organisations near Queen Elizabeth National Park.The organisation in its mission aims to see that the NGOs and CBOs in the greater Kigezi Sub Region and Kisoro district in particular are able to achieve their core mandate and this is done through supporting them in the Organisational Development (OD), Institutional capacity Enhancement (ICE) and Networking.As an organisation, K ...

Contact PersonRev. Emmanuel Biguri Mfitumukiza
Telephone0486 430 330 / 0772 390 712
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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 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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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 38, Bugiri,Nkusi Town , Bugiri,

Light the Future for Young Generation (LIFFYGE) is a Christian NGO which basically intends to cover all the districts of Busoga region to spearhead poverty alleviation in the region but also wishes to reach out to other parts of Uganda with a similar intention. The core mission of the organization is,

Contact PersonMagumba Frank (General Secretary)
Telephone0782 047 475 / 0202 564 711
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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
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P.O.BOX 326, Gulu,Layibi Central A/B (adjacent to Railway Crossing Kampala- Road),

Luo Talent Centre-Gulu is a Community Based Organisation fully registered with the Gulu District Department of Community Services which was opened in 2007 in regard to proclaim reconciliation and sustainable peace in the war torn Acholiland. The socio-cultural project combines social justice training in conflict transformation, adult education, vocational training, and cultural activities. The Luo Talent Centre-Gulu works with the local community to revive and strengthen some good traditional cultural practices especially music, drama, and dance.Vision To bring together talented youth from different sectors and lifestyles, train them to use culture as a means of expression of and therapy of coping with war effects like traumaMissionTo support, promote, preserve, and develop indigenous Cult ...

Contact PersonKomakech Robert (Board Chairperson)
Telephone0787 807 015 / 0782 844 752
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P.O.BOX 326, Gulu,Layibi Central A/B (adjacent to Railway Crossing Kampala- Road),

Luo Talent Centre-Gulu is a Community Based Organisation fully registered with the Gulu District Department of Community Services which was opened in 2007 in regard to proclaim reconciliation and sustainable peace in the war torn Acholiland. The socio-cultural project combines social justice training in conflict transformation, adult education, vocational training, and cultural activities. The Luo Talent Centre-Gulu works with the local community to revive and strengthen some good traditional cultural practices especially music, drama, and dance.Vision To bring together talented youth from different sectors and lifestyles, train them to use culture as a means of expression of and therapy of coping with war effects like traumaMissionTo support, promote, preserve, and develop indigenous Cult ...

Contact PersonKomakech Robert (Board Chairperson)
Telephone0787 807 015 / 0782 844 752
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P.O.BOX 326, Gulu,Layibi Central A/B (adjacent to Railway Crossing Kampala- Road),

Luo Talent Centre-Gulu is a Community Based Organisation fully registered with the Gulu District Department of Community Services which was opened in 2007 in regard to proclaim reconciliation and sustainable peace in the war torn Acholiland. The socio-cultural project combines social justice training in conflict transformation, adult education, vocational training, and cultural activities. The Luo Talent Centre-Gulu works with the local community to revive and strengthen some good traditional cultural practices especially music, drama, and dance.Vision To bring together talented youth from different sectors and lifestyles, train them to use culture as a means of expression of and therapy of coping with war effects like traumaMissionTo support, promote, preserve, and develop indigenous Cult ...

Contact PersonKomakech Robert (Board Chairperson)
Telephone0787 807 015 / 0782 844 752
E-mail