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Lower Konge , Bruno zone, Makindye, , , 75757 Kampala,Uganda

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:  

Contact PersonAppolinaire ZAGABE
Telephone0785313808 , +256759867779

P.O Box 409, Masindi,Plot 34 Henry Mugisa Road, Masindi Municipal Council,

RDP-Uganda was started by community youth groups in Masindi, Apac and Nakasongola. Our aim was to mobilize communities especially youth to participate and influence development processes at local government levels, and enhancing youth voices. Our initial activities included; sports tournaments and cultural festivals, leadership training, exchange programmes advocacy and social mobilization activities to engage the youth.Since we started, we have evolved institutionally and programmatically. Several changes have taken place which include; a clear cut focus on youths, a redesigned strategy to focus on youth advocacy and participation. We are members of CCDEU (Citizens Coalition for Electoral Democracy).We are part of the youth manifesto 2011-2016 campaign. We are spearheading the campaign on ...

Contact PersonNkumiro Kenneth (Executive Director)
Telephone0465 420 440 /0392 942 838

P.O Box 402, Arua,Drajibu Village, Adraa Parish, Offaka sub county, Arua,

The CBO was started by some community members with the view of changing and modernising our community to accept girl child education to build the future; as the saying goes,

Contact PersonDrabuni Caleb
Telephone0785 214 681
Date Founded

P.O Box 24808 Kampala,Millennium Chambers Building, 3rd Floor, Plot 960/961, Entebbe Rd, Kampala, ,

In 2004 Rural Health Promotion and Poverty Alleviation Initiative (RUHEPAI) founders formalised a dream to work with poor rural women and youth in creating a difference in their lives. Six years later, a visible transformation has been made in the lives of people in Birere sub-county of Isingiro District and Ndejje Parish of Wakiso District. There are 939 beneficiaries who are farmers from 64 farmer groups.MissionTo advocate for health and poverty alleviation initiatives that better people

Contact PersonFredica Baguma (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 501 013 / 0772 516 931 / 0703 962 866 / 0775 417 801

P.O. Box 162, Ntungamo,Rushooka Centre, Kayonza Sub-county, Rushenyi County, Ntungamo District, ,

Rushooka Orphans Education Centre (ROEC) was fully registered in 1993 under the NGO National Registration Statute of 1989 and under the Companies Act as a company limited by guarantee. In 2003 it also registered with the Ministry of Education and Sports

Contact PersonRutagonya Vincent (Executive Director)
Telephone0772 669 780 / 0702 700 304

P.O Box 28,Ntungamo,Plot 17D Mbarara-Kabale Highway,Ntungamo Municipality, ,

Save Children with Disabilities is a community based organisation which started way back in the year 2000. It was started by the then school teacher Sabbath Helen, with the aim of advocating for the vulnerable and disabled children.This followed the identification of problems faced by the children in the area, including but not limited to;

Contact PersonRugasira Levi (chairman)
Telephone0752 579 226 / 0772 393 839 / 0755 393 839
Fax0485 424 081
Save Street Children Uganda

P.O Box 28852, Mawanda Road,Kampala, Uganda., ,

SASCU is a child protection agency specialising in protecting and rehabilitating street children, enabling them to realize and fulfill their potentials. A Brief History of SASCU From hopelessness, helplessness, despair and from being virtually dead to professional life. The founders of SASCU had long lost their dreams and their worlds confined to disparate living on the streets of Kampala. Having been saved by people of good will, there was only one thing to do binding their efforts into an organization dedicated to saving their colleagues they left on the street, testifying and talking passionately to young boys and girls vulnerable to joining street life, and working with families, communities and government institutions to withdraw children from the street, rehabilitate and reintegr ...

Contact PersonInnocent Byaruhanga Oburye
Telephone+256-712-078138 /0701383615

P.O Box 109, Nebbi,Nyaravur Trading Centre, Nebbi,

SYSED was started by youths who were concerned about the increasing cases of human rights violation within the sub-county. HIV/AIDS prevalence rate was high in Nyaravur sub-county in 2009. The area was affected by poor sanitation and rampant drug abuse among youths in the sub-county. The NGO

Contact PersonAwekonimungu Collins (Coordinator)
Telephone0773 871 666
Date Founded

P.O Box 1113, Bundibugyo,Bugombwa/Harugale Village, Busaru Sub-County, Bundibugyo District,

Self-Care Rural Education Support Association (Self-Care) was started in 1996, in Bundibugyo at the time when the district was facing internal political pressure that yielded into war by ADF rebels against the Government of Uganda. Having been hit by that war, the district had its own internal challenges like the HIV/AIDS scourge which had impact on the youth and orphans. Self-Care focuses on youth and orphans to provide vocational skills training at Self-Care Vocational Skills Training Centre, for increased rural self employment among the out of school youth.In 2002, Self-Care started an institution known as Self-Care Vocational Skills Training Centre, with capacity of 180 skills learners to strengthen the capacity of orphans, out of schools youth, persons with disabilities to initiate an ...

Contact PersonAguma Ignatius
Telephone0774 281 610

P.O Box 27445, KampalaPlot 2140, Old Kiira Road, Bukoto, Flat D,

Shelter and Settlements Alternatives: Uganda Human Settlements Network (SSA:UHSNET) is a network that brings together all stakeholders in the human settlements sector to more effectively address constraints to adequate housing, especially for urban slum dwellers.The idea to form a network in Uganda was born out of the recognition that there are several stakeholders in the sector contributing to access to one or several aspects of adequate housing such as access to water and sanitation or access to security of tenure. However the stakeholders lacked an organised voice as well as opportunities for joint initiatives. All of this, coupled with the inadequate capacity of slum dwelling communities and stakeholders working in the sector to influence policies, programmes and practices towards imp ...

Contact PersonGloria K. Kabwama (Coordinator)
Telephone0312 290 270

P.O Box 42, Kabale,Nyabikoni, Northern Division, Kabale district,

The organization was started by a former street child who received help from a certain family and managed to complete his education with a degree in social work. The issue of street children stayed on his heart and this organization was established because of this man

Contact PersonTushabomwe Patrick (Director)
Telephone0782 859 508 / 0702 859 508
Date Founded

P.O Box 36563, Kampala,Plot 99, Ntinda-Nakawa Road, Kampala, ,

SignHealth Uganda (SU) was formed in 2009 to promote equitable access to social services and opportunities for deaf children and their families. It advocates and supports the development of cost effective and sustainable services. The primary target group are young deaf people and their families. The secondary target groups are partner institutions, especially those working in areas of deafness, to share emerging issues, best practices and research.In 2009 SU carried out a research study on the state of services for the deaf in Uganda. The findings showed the grim reality of limited access to services for the deaf, especially for young people. To bridge the gap, SignHealth Uganda is currently contributing to:

Contact PersonSsenteza Paul (Development Manager)
Telephone0414 597 952 / 0772 438 793

P.O Box 10923, Kampala, Sebbi ,

The idea of starting a community development initiative at Ssebbi was intiated way back in 1987 by the late Ms. Florence Nagawa (RIP), a nurse by profession. Ms. Florence Nagawa had a vision of improving the quality of life of the community through provision of social services. She used to offer basic health services in the community of Ssebbi

Contact PersonMartin Ssebuliba Victor (Chairman)
Telephone0752/ 792 / 499 000 / 701 499 001
Date Founded

P.O Box 99, Lira,Radio Wa, 89.8 FM, Lira,

TMG is a media and public relations agency established by a collaboration of youths working in the media and youths involved in the performing arts industry (theater artists, local musicians and sound/audio producers) to provide a platform where young people can easily access friendly communications, inspirational teachings and guidance to become morally upright, resourceful and contributing members of the society. We implement our programmes through a variety of media and the performing arts production and work with a network of media and young people focused agencies both of indigenous and international origin. The group is also a member of Young People - Self Coordinating Entity (YP-SCE) and The Unity Project Uganda chapter. Teens Media Group is a smoke, alcohol and violence free team.T ...

Contact PersonGira Emmanuel (Communications Director)
Telephone0772 999 535 /0714 132 795
Date Founded

P.o Box 23657, Kampala,Musallima Close Kasubi-Kawaala, Off. Hoima Road, Kampala,

Teens Uganda is a youth led organization focused on promoting healthy lives in communities, youth (socio-economic) empowerment, and addressing environmental issues. TEENS recognizes the contribution of real offline solutions to the risks (challenges/vulnerabilities) of youth/children and women, currently the most marginalized groups by engaging them in decision making processes and orienting actions campaigns.Teens Uganda also facilitates the Young People

Contact PersonHamba Richard ( Director/Programme Representative)
Telephone0712 675 138 / 0702 675 138

P.O. Box 1085, Gulu,Odong Onyango Road, Kanyagoga, ,

Originally founded in Japan to work on the issue of landmines, small arms and child soldiers in South East Asia, Terra Renaissance is now working to promote the re-integration of former LRA child soldiers and poverty reduction in Gulu municipality. It is a member of Gulu District NGO Forum and, since it is registration with NGO Board in April, 2006, has operated operated a vocational training centre at Kanyaoga

Contact PersonOtema Jimmy Fred (Head of Office)
Telephone0712 048 128

P. O Box 121,Busia,Tila Rd. Opp. Elim Church after Former Miriam Primary School, Busia,

The Africa Inland Church-Uganda was registered with the National NGO Board in September 1993.The aim and objectives for which the Africa Inland Church-Uganda was established are;a) To answer the call of God, thus to go and make disciples for Christ according to the scriptures, Mathew 28:19-20 and Mark 16:15-16.b) To initiate education and schools from nursery to high level.c) To initiate health centers in the community.The Current Activities1. Provision of wheel chairs to lame people2. Provision of scholastic materials to the disadvantaged children in Busia District3. Training of Counseling and Guidance at a diploma level.4. Provision of goats to widows and orphans.5. Provision of tree seedlings of

Contact PersonRev. Wilson Waswa (Chairman)
Telephone0712 411 075

P. O. Box. 24640, Kampala,Plot 1 Kira Road,

The African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN) is a Pan-African organization with country chapters in 24 African countries and a regional office based in Nairobi Kenya. It is a pan African network that promotes child rights and child protection in Africa founded in 1986 in Enugu Nigeria, at the first Child Labour Conference. The Ugandan Chapter was launched in 1992 and registered as a national membership, child protection NGO to address the problem of child abuse and neglect, and promote the protection and promotion of the rights of children in Uganda.In pursuit of her vision of a Ugandan society that upholds the rights of children and is free of child abuse and neglect, it has over the last 18 years become one of the leading child rights a ...

Contact PersonDeogratias Yiga (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 254 550 / 0392 754 550/2

P.O Box 239,Arua,Weatherhead Park Road, Anyafio, Arua Municipality,

CEGED was started by four professional experts who had worked with international NGOs in Westnile region. Initially most NGOs that worked in the region in the pre and post conflict times employed staff that were not originally born in the region. Having phased out the programmes, most of them left and there was a large capacity gap left. Many good initiatives, best practices and lessons learnt were not replicated or sustained by the local CSOs. CEGED was formed to provide local capacity as a center of excellence in non- profit programming.MissionTo contribute to equitable sustainable development in Westnile region through promoting effective service deliveryVisionTo promote good governance as a catalyst for social economic development in WestnileOur initial activities included;

Contact PersonKatungye Vincent (Team Leader)
Telephone0392 300 434

P.O Box 299, Iganga,Bugadde Trading Centre, Kityerera Sub-county, Mayuge district,

The community members started the organisation to carry out mass senstisat6ion and training programmes at all levels in poverty alleviation activities and trends. They hoped to relate these to the environment and natural resource based problems. We have enhanced public health, education, child nutrition, family planning, HIV/AIDS awareness and cooperative development through education and information programmes with appropriate service delivery. We have also managed to build the capacity of some of our staff in Monitoring and Evaluation. Current programmes

Contact PersonKazungu Vicent ( Programme Officer)
Telephone0782 418 600
Date Founded