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P.O Box 518, Dokolo,Ojer Village, Apyen-Nyang Parish, Kwera Sub-County, Dokolo District, ,

Apyen-nyang Child and Family Programme started in August, 1998 with the aim of addressing particular problems affecting our community. These included;

Contact PersonAchar James- Project Manager
Telephone0777 785 220

P.O Box 66, Lira, Plot 8-10 Market Street, Junior Quarters, Adyel Division, Lira Municipality Council,

Art for Children Uganda (ACU) was started by two motivated artists as a community based organization with the aim of transforming visual ART to create awareness, influence historical events, allow creative participation, promote psychosocial healing and develop talents for development among children and youth. The duo were being inspired by the children's talents and further encouraged by their teachers to set up ACU to teach arts education to children not to produce more artists, though that is a by-product but to create a complete human beings capable of leading successful and productive lives. Why ART?ACU believes that ART is a basic to foster brain and skills development. Children in quality art programs benefit from a wide range of positive effects especially those that provide exper ...

Contact PersonAdicho Bernard Isaac (Chief Executive Officer)
Telephone0392 854 233/0392 963 509
Date Founded

P.O Box 353, Masindi,Mirya Sub county, Bigando Smiles, Masindi Kafo Rd.,

A team of seven people came together after realising the challenges the community was facing; poor crop production; food shortage; Orphans and vulnerable children were not going to school ; HIV/AIDS lacking support; land evictions of poor families ,lack of access of markets by farmers to sell their produce. All this would lead to an increased household income.The organisation

Contact PersonBarongo Charles Kasangaki (Programme Director)
Telephone0782 757 866 / 0774 852 188/ 0772 668 294/ 0772 327 838
Date Founded

Bamusuuta Parish, Kiboga Town Council, , , P.O.Box 67

Back in the late

Contact PersonNanvubya Esther ( Chairperson )
Telephone0772 393 760 / 0779 396 484
Date Founded

Kayunga Rd, Plot 95, Mukono, , , 05

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Contact PersonPatrick ABEDI MAPASA

Hoima Road, Behind St. Stephens Church of Uganda, Opposite Holy Fam Hotel, Nansana, , P. O Box 25973, Kampala

Branches of Life International was founded in 2006 by Charles Kalunda, who has spent his childhood as a street kid himself. This organization is a home to 50 children, aged 3-17 years. These are abandoned, street kids, orphans namely vulnerable children. These children had dropped out of schools but now all of them have got chance to go back to school. We have now started a Kindergarten school within the orphanage.The aim is to provide the basic care to the children in need, to encourage and support them in their schools and teach them everyday skills. We want to give these children confidence in their future life!Activities ·         Giving care to the children •Helping and supporting the children with education •Teaching English in Kindergarten &  other children in Branches of lif ...

Contact PersonKalunda Charles (Director)
Telephone0774 595 175 / 0702 595 175

Namasale Town Council, Amolatar District, ,

Bridge of Hope Organization (BOHO) is a Non-Governmental, founded to create and develop programs for supporting and uplifting orphans, vulnerable children and youth in Uganda. BOHO was founded in 2010 and registered with the government of Uganda to carry its activities under the following thematic areas: Livelihood, Education, Social Protection and Health.The creation of BOHO reflects a great concern by founders about the need to address the lack of opportunities within the vulnerable children and youth in Northern Uganda brought about by over 20 years of Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) war, poverty, HIV/AIDS, high population leading to breakdown of social-economic family structures; weakening good cultural practices; poverty and displacement

Contact PersonBruno S Akejo

P.O. Box 1142 Mbale,Nanyere Church of Uganda ,Bushika Road, Bududa District, ,

Bududa Child Development Centre has been in existence since November 1997. It is located in a village setting, in a moderately populated community beneath Mount Elgon. Most houses there are built out of earth and wattle, with poor sanitation. Education standards are low, with high rates of illiteracy, school drop-outs, early pregnancy and motherhood, and high prevalence of malaria and HIV/AIDS amongst caregivers and children. The Centre exists to nurture the children in the community spiritually, physically, economically and socio-emotionally, enabling them to become responsible, Christian adults. It aims at holistic child development in the community. We recognise the holistic nature of children and we seek to naturally integrate this ministry in the same way that it is integrated in a ...

Contact PersonBeatrice Kunikina (Project Director)
Telephone0717 928 804 / 0772 862 553

Bulange Sub County, Namutumba District, , , P. o. Box 53

It was started by the coordinator with the aim of uplifting the youth Growing of maize, Groundnut, tomatoes, poultry keeping and brick laying were the first activities we took up.Our members have acquired different skills such as lobby and advocacy, plus proposal writing skills which helped in acquiring the CDD Funds. There is a significant shift in standard of living and people have the basic needs.Currently, we have planted 700 orange tree seedlings which we are nurturing. We also carry out voluntary counseling and testing.We have grown to attain registration with Namutumba District NGO Forum and affiliation with other NGOs/ networks. We provide Loan schemes where members access loans to run their projects.We sometimes encounter challenges with finances being minimal and the secretariat ...

Contact PersonMwisi Farouk (Coordinator)
Telephone0752 278 896
Date Founded

Kansanga, Kiwuliriza Zone P.O. Box 7224 KAMPALA, , , 256

Build Africa Uganda (BAU) is affiliated to Build Africa (BA), an international development organization with 30 years experience working in some of the poorest regions of the world. BA works through partner organizations, sharing a jointly developed mission, vision, values, objectives and operating procedures. BA started its operation in Uganda in 1996 and during the last 14 years has focused on youth education and enterprise development. The scope of programmes in recent years has included support to universal primary education, vocational training, agricultural enterprise, village savings and loans associations and HIV prevention amongst youth. BAU currently operates in eastern Uganda in the districts of: Kumi, Ngora, and Bukedea whilst in south western Uganda it operates in Masindi, K ...

Contact PersonApollo B. Gabazira (Country Director)
Telephone0414 267 828/9

P.O Box 8386, Kampala,Bukoggolwa , Gombe Town Council, Butambala district,

A group of volunteer members started the organisation out of concern for the challenges in the community that required a lasting solution. Their first activities were mainly to plan and then mobilise community members to address the needs of the growing number of orphans due to HIV/AIDS in the late 80s and 90s. We are currently reconstructing Bukoggolwa secondary school which was destroyed by the hailstorm in 2011 to support the community. BWOCC has also initiated educational agricultural and health projects in Mpigi and Butambala districts. However, our members are increasingly in need of building their capacities in terms of skills and structures. BWOCC thanks Uganda National NGO Forum for the support in networking and capacity building.

Contact PersonAisa Nabittaka (Chairperson)
Telephone0712 976 679
Date Founded

Mukono, Kigombya village P.O.Box 30562 KAMPALA, , , 256

Bukunja Gwogwe Development Association was founded by five directors in Mukono district.At present it operates in two districts (Mukono and Buikwe) because of the current demarcation of original districts (formation of new districts).Currently the organization is engaged in training youths in carpentry and joinery. 240 youths have acquired these skills. We have visited 150 homes in Ngogwe sub-county educating and sensitizing locals on primary health care and HIV/AIDS awareness.Our future plan is to embark on comprehensive tree planting in and Buikwe districts for carpentry in future since the main product of the project is timber.In collaboration with other local community based organisations, we have plans to organize more seminars, workshops and meetings to sensitise communities on prim ...

Contact PersonMukwata Gimmy
Telephone0772 566 459 / 0752 699 002

Bushenyi Town,

Our organisation was begun by a group of 30 youth members after realising the need to transform the youth and the community at large. High rate of HIV/AIDS infections, child labour and early child marriage and abuse, high levels of unemployment, increased school drop outs, lack of career guidance marred society and largely contributed to the low development. In order to attain the objectives we desired, we started with - Youth sensitisation on HIV/AIDS.- Communal Painting of the Zebra Crossing to reduce accidents on the road- Sensitisation of the youth on the saving culture to improve on their income- Encouraging the youth to join institutions of learning.- Supporting the underprivileged youth where possible.- Research on required community development needs.Since our inc ...

Contact PersonMwebaze Martin Luther (Coordinator)
Telephone0702 426 596/ 0705 727 370
Date Founded

P.O Box 595 Mbale,5 Miles Mbale-Tororo Highway near Bungokho sub-county,

Founded in 1982 to care for the neediest in the community, Bushikori Christian Centre (BCC) has been empowering the vulnerable and disadvantaged in rural communities near Mbale for the last twenty-eight years. The late Rev. Sam Wandendeya (R.I.P) began the organization by initially offering sponsorship and support to children orphaned as a result of the Idi Amin regime. BCC has since become an integral part of the fabric of the community, and has since grown in the number of children that it sponsors and the services that it provides. Currently, the centre consists of a health clinic, child sponsor program, primary school, and a community library. Through the commitment of the staff in these various departments, BCC has been able to carry out important activities that has enabled communi ...

Contact PersonAnne Wandendeya (Director )
Telephone0782 356 461 / 0782 605 356

P.O Box 409, Masindi,Butaiba sub county, Piida Parish,

We started the association as a group of 10 youth who saw that our rights to participate in governance processes of budgeting, planning and implementation were being violated. This coupled with the training we had attained on advocacy skills, forum theater performance from RDP Uganda; we managed to use the opportunity to address youth and community issues.We started with several activities including;

Contact PersonOpira Godfrey (Coordinator)
Telephone0777 211 777

P.O. Box 167, Apac,Plot 19, Biashara street, Apac, ,

Campaign Against Domestic Violence in the community (CADOVIC) was established with the aim of reducing domestic violence against women and children. Since 2001, we have been handling cases of violence against women and children and registered a great impact through the different strategies of handling domestic violence cases. These include guidance and counselling, mediation, networking, dialogues, training, information sharing, provision of financial support to sexually abused victims, case tracking and follow up of cases at different levels like court, clan levels, community among others.The output and out comes were created with the meagre financial support from Action Aid International

Contact PersonArum Felix George Ojok (Coordinator) or Florence Omara (Treasurer)
Telephone0775 445 580 / 0712 63 967 / 0772 308 647

P.O. Box 392, Kumi,Plot 73, Kabata Road, Bazaar Ward, Kumi Town Council, Kumi,

Community Health Environment and Human Rights Interventions (CHEHRI) was founded by students formerly undertaking studies in Teso Sub region schools. These were formerly members of associations and clubs of health and peer education, environmental conservation, and human rights from the different universities of Uganda. The organization was started as a way of advancing achievements and activities to the general community.VisionA Society that is shaped by empowered and involved young people; contributing towards promoting community health, actively involved in conserving the environment and engaged in promoting and protecting human rightsPurposeTo be the leading Youth Platform in Africa that Engages young people in Social Entrepreneurship so as to bring about sustainable community developm ...

Contact PersonOdumna Joseph (Programs Coordinator)
Telephone0774 208 209 / 0702 722 717

Along Lyantonde - Mbarara Highway, Block 75, Plot 187, Kyabazala, , , P.O BOX 5, Lyantonde

Child Aid Uganda (CHAU) is a registered Non- governmental and not for profit Organisation established in 2004 by a group of Ugandan children rights activists and professionals in response to the ever increasing needs of HIV and AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children. Child Aid Uganda was thus established to protect, and bring care; love and compassion to enable orphans and other vulnerable children enjoy their rights, live their full potential and achieve a purposeful future. Our mission is “To work with and through individuals, families, communities and local governments to contribute to the fundamental freedoms and basic needs of orphans and other vulnerable children. Children are thus assisted to live their full potential, shape their own future and contribute to the development o ...

Contact PersonLauben Tushemereirwe (Executive Director)
Telephone+256772835889 / +256702835889
Date Founded

Plot 15-17 Bishop Wasikye Road, , , 256

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

P.O Box 30725, Kampala,Plot 33, Murtara Courts, Lumumba Avenue,

Child support Africa (CSA) is a Community Based Organization (CBO) in Lwengo-Masaka district in the central region of Uganda.The principal objective and major thrust of CSA is to come out and bridge the gap of luck of young well trained manpower within Luwengo-Masaka rural setting. This remarkable absence of young, well trained in recent years was caused by the HIV/AIDS pandemic that swept away literacy and entire generation of citizens. These left behind many orphans who have not had a chance to attain a good education later alone professional training due to lack of school fees.Dr. Vincent Nsereko, the Executive Director of CSA, hails from Lwengo-Masaka district and has witnessed the HIV/AIDS pandemic racking havoc on the local citizenry within Lwengo-Masaka district. He himself is a ben ...

Contact PersonDr.Vincent Nsereko ( Executive Director)
Telephone0776 433 775/ 0704 519 443