P.O Box 1, Gulu,Pabo Catholic Church, Pabo Sub county, Amuru,

PASTORA was established to make an impact on the growing problem of orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC), child mothers, school dropped out youths and women in order to realize a sustainable development. It was founded based on the teaching of Catholic Church, dedicated to promoting and protecting the rights of children, youth and women as articulated in UN convention on the rights of the child and gender issues which is of paramount important. VisionTo improve quality of life of children, youth, women and the community Mission To promote human values through advocacy, community outreach programme, Girl Child Education PROGRAMME (GCEP) basic non formal education / formal education and vocational skills training initiative for child mothers, school dropped out youth with a view of ...

Contact PersonOmony John Bosco (Coordinator)
Telephone0782 511 857/ 0711 511 855
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Date Founded

P.O Box 3807 Kampala,Plot 1117 Church Road ,Old Mulago,

www.padauganda.org

Prevention of Alcohol Drug Abuse and HIV/AIDS Among Youth in Uganda (PADA-Uganda) was formed out of the need to create awareness about the dangers of alcohol, drug abuse and their link to HIV/AIDS; a combination that is fatal.It was formed by community psychologists and psychiatrists as a result of increased mental health and social disorders due to substance abuse. Substance abuse accounts for over 20% admissions in Butabika Hospital, a figure that can be reduced through prevention. PADA-Uganda contributes through advocacy, networking, partnership and information exchange for policy strengthening and change. Currently, PADA-Uganda is offering free counselling to youth who are battling with drugs and alcohol abuse problems. We also offer short-course treatment as an out -patient centre, t ...

Contact PersonAkellot Josephine (Program Director)
Telephone0772 619 334
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P.O Box 52, Kalongo,Paimol Road, Kalongo Town Council, Pader District,

We started this organization to provide a platform for learning to women, youth, OVCs and elderly persons through functional adult literacy. We also hoped to provide counseling services to community members who had been traumatized by the long war in Northern Uganda and restore their hope.We started by providing support to elderly persons and orphans in Omiya Pacwa camp. We then mobilized and facilitated formation of women groups in village savings and loans association.We also had tree planting as part of the initial campaigns.Since we started the organisation, several changes have taken place. With a new computer, printer and digital camera we are able to write reports and other documentation within a shorter time compared to when we had a manual type writer. We have acquired a motorcycl ...

Category:Education
Contact PersonOgenga Ayaa Margaret (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 665 354 /0759 665 354
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P.O Box 11Pader Town Council, Opposite World Vision Office, ,

Pader NGO Forum was formed in 2002. It is an umbrella of all civil society organisations in Pader District. It was formed to ensure that the civil society organisations are empowered socially and economically. There were problems identified as below:

Contact PersonOdong George Otto (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 971 722
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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
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P .O Box 71, Pakwach ,Pakwach Town Council,

PRUDEPMA is an umbrella membership organization which was founded by 10 reformed poachers associations, 15 beach management units, Women fuel wood and thatch grass resource user groups and farmers groups with crops affected by park problem animals. It was formed to reduce conflicts between Murchison Falls National Park Authority and poachers, fishermen, Women Park Resource users and farmers with fields bordering the park.Our organization has good networks with local community, government conservation agencies and national and international biodiversity conservation agencies and local authorities. This enables the organization to involve the above stakeholders in information and experience sharing, advocacy for conservation justice and poverty reduction for park-edge people. This has brough ...

Contact PersonOkwong Silvius
Telephone0782 698 007
E-mail
Date Founded

P.O. Box 18, Pallisa,Plot 05, Katukei Road, Pallisa Town, ,

Pallisa Civil Society Organisations

Contact PersonMakeri Wilberforce (Coordinator)
Telephone0774 696 100 / 0704 883 437
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P. O. BOX 131, , , 256

Pamo Volunteers was established in 1995 by men and women of vision who were mindful of serious problems, which the vulnerable and disadvantaged people of Uganda are facing. It was registered with NGO Board in Kampala in 1996. It has a compassion and a visionary approach of community development. The word “Pamo” comes from the vernacular word “Ipamora” meaning people who share at all times. Vision: is a community in which all the vulnerable / disadvantaged people realize their full potential in societies that respect people’s right and dignity. Mission: To improve the quality of the life of vulnerable/disadvantaged people by enabling them, their families and communities to meet the basic needs and to increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies. Ove ...

Category:Directory
Physical AddressAKADOT TRADING CENTER, 10KM MUIKONGORO- NGORA ROAD
Telephone+256782432177
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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 865, Arua,Plot 62/64, Avenue Road, Arua Town, ,

Participatory Initiative for Real Development (PIRD-U) is a local organization initiated by retired and working professionals of various areas of discipline who had vast working experiences with the communities, NGOs, CBOs, private institutions, government and Individuals.PIRD-U was instituted in 2004 to provide consultancy services and conduct research as a basis to positively influence societal activities focused at the welfare of the communities in the district, region and the country.The scope of the institution

Contact PersonAndama Martin
Telephone0772 863 305
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P.O. Box 9714,Kampala,Plot 68 Kanjokya Street Kamwokya,

www.pla-uganda.org

Platform for Labour Action (PLA) is recognized as a leading civil society actor in the promotion and protection of labour rights and the campaign for social protection and human rights in Uganda both by Government and civil society. PLA works in partnership with national and international organisations and stakeholders

Contact PersonLilian Keene-Mugerwa(Executive Director)/Dorah Caroline Mafabi (Deputy Executive Director)
Telephone0312 260 196 / 0414 253 383
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Lower Konge , Bruno zone, Makindye, , , 75757 Kampala,Uganda

www.pepahumandignity.org

PEPA/NGO (Pleaders of children and Elderly people at risk) originally a in french Plaideurs des Enfants et des Personnes Agées à risque, is an non profit organisation registered under the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Our Mission is to promote, protect and defend the human dignity of the human person and contribute to the sustainable Development in any sector/area of life. The situation is desperate. Our Intervention/Services Include:     Human rights    Recovery from Sexual Violence    Gender based and Equity    HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria    Protection of children (street children, orphans, abandoned children, malnourished children, conflict children)    Child/Youth Development & Education Adoption of orphans For more information, visit: www.pepahumandignity.org  

Contact PersonAppolinaire ZAGABE
Telephone0785313808 , +256759867779
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P.O. Box 25769, Kampala,Plot 6B, Nakasero Hill Road, Nakasero,

Protecting Families Against HIV/AIDS (PREFA) is currently the largest Ugandan indigenous Non-Government Organization (NGO) supporting the Ministry of Health (MOH) in the provision of Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV services. PREFA works by supporting MOH to provide technical assistance and oversight for the implementation of full scale quality PMTCT services at national, district and facility levels.Since 2004, PREFA supported up to 36 districts of Uganda for PMTCT service delivery through a five-year PEPFAR-CDC funded project, that tested over 922,776 pregnant women for HIV; identified 58,408 HIV (7% sero-prevalence) infected women and provided PMTCT interventions including Anti-retro viral (ARV) prophylaxis to 46,794 (81%) of them; identified 23,793 (41%) babies ...

Category:HIV / AIDS
Contact PersonDr. David Serukka (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 266 147
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P.O. Box 464, Soroti,Plot No 11, Ecowu Close, Off Mbale Road,Soroti Municipality,

Public Affairs Center (PAC Uganda) is a national civil society governance watchdog and public policy lobby committed to work for the improvement of the quality of governance in the country and provision of quality technical and advisory services; with the promotion and protection of constitutionalism, good governance and democratic development of the country as is overriding goal. PAC provides opportunities and space for citizens to engage in public issues that affect them and to hold duty bearers accountable, as well as a neutral platform for civil activists, professionals, academia and public managers to engage in dialogue, critical debate, self-reflection and activism over a variety of issues that are critical to the citizen welfare and survival of Uganda as a nation.Strategic focus; PA ...

Contact PersonEkwee Ocen Benson (Executive Director)
Telephone0352 277 722 / 0392 966 968
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