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P.O Box 652, Iganga,Plot 108 ,

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Contact PersonTagoole Margret
Telephone0752 896 159

P.O Box 10293,Kampala,Tagore Crescent ,Plot 18, Kamwokya,

Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN) brings together community-based organizations, national and International organizations working to improve the welfare of children in Uganda. We exist to undertake joint action for the promotion and protection of children

Contact PersonStella Ayo-Odongo (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 543 548 / 0414 532 131

P.O Box 5658 Kampala,Mukono Commercial Building, 1st floor , Jinja Highway, Mukono Town,

Founded in 1997 by a group of professional environmentalists, Uganda Environmental Education Foundation (UEEF) has since worked with more than 130,000 beneficiaries, including schools, farmers, local governments, other NGOs and community members throughout Mukono District and other parts of Uganda. A number of research projects undertaken in collaboration with other NGOs have contributed substantially to major national policy decisions regarding environmental protection and conservation. UEEF uses a range of proven methodologies and practical tools, based on indigenous knowledge and participatory approaches. It provides services across a broad range of environmental issues including renewable energy, water & sanitation, agriculture and rural development.UEEF recently undertook a rigorous, ...

Contact PersonNicholas Senyonjo (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 290 740
Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD)

Plot 1601/2 Kiwanga Estate- Namanve, , , P.O.Box 7339, Kampala

Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD) is a non government and voluntary organization bringing together all categories of Deaf persons in Uganda including those with multiple disabilities like Deaf-Blind persons. Formed in 1973, UNAD was registered as Non Governmental Organization (NGO) in 1989. It is a national umbrella organization for all grass root associations of Deaf persons in Uganda. UNAD is consulted by the government and NGOs on matters concerning Deaf persons and Deafness. UNAD is affiliated to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) which has a consultative status with the UN. Our corporate aim and vision is to achieve equity for all deaf people in Uganda. This means we are working towards ensuring that deaf people get the best possible in all walks of their lives, ...

Contact PersonAmbrose Murangira
Telephone+256-414 532 875

P. O. Box 28611 Kampala,Plot 378, Mosque Road, Bukoto,

Uganda Youth Network (UYONET), a seemingly ambitious yet modest initiative begun in 2002 as the Youth Analysis Board, constituted to provide a forum for youth to debate and provide policy alternatives in Uganda. Since its official registration with the NGO board in 2003 as an umbrella NGO for youth civil society groups, the network has metamorphosed into Uganda

Contact PersonEmmanuel Kitamirike (Executive Director)
Telephone0312 276 944

P.O Box 29833, Kampala,Plot 609, block 216, Kalinabiri zone 1 behind Kalinabiri Primary School, Ntida,

United Deaf Women Organisation (UDEWO) was established in 2002 by a group of 21 young deaf women in Uganda. Its vision is a community without barriers to the enjoyment of deaf women

Contact PersonNamarome Rehema (Executive Director)
Telephone0782 703 628 / 0785 894 617
Universal Health Development Foundation (UHDF)

Butaleja District, , , 256

Universal Health Development Foundation-UHDF is an organization established in Uganda to promote peoples’ health by providing health information, education, health policy advocacy and service delivery through medical camps. We value people’s health and our vision is to have a community free from preventable diseases and other health related problems. we are here to expand our network and get partners we can work with to promote community health.

Contact PersonMwesi Yosia Habagaya
Telephone+256782173795 or +256706180662

P.O Box 10502, Kampala,Ngando ,

Five committed community members started the organisation to address the problems of OVCs in our community. They wanted to support certain sectors like education, psychosocial support/ counselling, water and sanitation. They started by mapping the interest constituents; identifying interest groups (OVCs) and carrying out registration processes. Since the organisation was founded, there has been a change in community attitude towards OVCs. We have managed to set up organizational/ administrative structures and creating a web portal. The service delivery to OVCs has also improved. We are currently creating a platform to build a vocational school as we are already acquiring land. We have had continued support to OVCs. Some of our most important achievements so far include:

Contact PersonKakembo Edins (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 568 203/ 0772 432 571
Date Founded

P.O Box 2831, Kampala,Plot 2727, Muyenga Road,Kampala,

VSO is an international development agency that works through volunteer professionals to fight poverty and disadvantage. VSO sees development as a complex and continuous process that empowers people and communities to fight disadvantage, take control of their future and fulfill their potential.VSO has been working in Uganda since 1962. Initially, VSO supported the education sector; this has evolved over time due dynamism in the development arena and today, VSO works in 3 programme areas, including health, disability and participation and governance. So far, more than 6,000 international volunteers have been placed to work with different partner organisations. While Uganda enjoys a high growth rate averaging 8% per annum, this is currently not proportionately being translated into better li ...

Contact PersonPeter Barnard (Country Director)
Telephone0414 269 655 /267 008 /268 984 / 0312 264 595

P.O Box 250, Mityana,Mujumbula LC 1, Naama Parish, Busumbi Sub-county, Mityana District,

The organisation was started by Pastor Alex Businge with other believers who found out that there were many orphaned children due to HIV/AIDS and broken families due to wars and political instabilities. It was set up to cater for livelihoods of these children below 18 years of age giving them the basic necessities of life; education paramount Some of the NGO

Contact PersonPr. Businge Alex (Director)
Telephone0752 521 157
Date Founded

P.O Box 275, Gulu,Plot 9 Erinayo Oryema Road, Kanyagoga, Bar Dege Divison, Gulu Municipality,

In response to women and children

Contact PersonJonathan Lea-Howarth (AG. Country Director)
Telephone0781667667/ 0704 519 443/0712 634 202 /0771 843 664

P.O Box 160, Apac,Plot 22, Olelpek Road, Almanu Building,

The organization was started by a group of individuals who realized the high levels of domestic violence and lack of access to legal services in communities in the Lango sub region. The women were being beaten and battered by their husbands; children were not getting uniforms, scholastic materials and tuition from their parents. The purpose was to call for service delivery and favorable policy for women and children.We first worked in Chegere Sub- County where we created awareness on HIV/AIDS, provided uniforms and scholastic materials to 50 pupils of Ilee Primary school, mattresses to 25 OVCs in secondary schools and hybrid cocks to ten widows.Since the organisation started, the coverage has increased from one parish to three districts. The beneficiaries include 200 women and 1,800 childr ...

Contact PersonEbuu Martin Odwong
Telephone0772 946 225 / 0392 835 103

P.O Box 64, Namayingo,Market Street, Namayingo,

Youth Co-operative for Rural Development (YRCD) is a social cooperative registered as a Community Based Organization by the department of Community Development, Buinja Sub County. The Co-operative was initiated by youth to fulfil their social obligation and passion to transform the poor social-economic status of fellow youth in the district. YCRD was initiated after recognizing that the youth have a lot of potential but are unable to utilize it unless they are empowered with skills, guided, inspired and motivated to develop their innate power that exists within them.VisionA youth led developmentMissionEmpowering Youth as agents of social-economic transformation How we workYCRD works with the community especially the youth to awaken and develop their talent and potential by empowering them ...

Contact PersonBwire Patrick ( Team Leader)
Telephone0772 476 569

Ywaya Parish, Padibe West Sub-county, Lamwo District,

We started the organization as five youth from Padibe West to solve youth fighting, drug addiction, idleness which caused by youth dropping out from school.The aim of the organization was to ensure that youth school drops go back to school and to bring youth together through football matches, songs and drama. We also hoped to promote peace and cultural revival among the youth.We started by promoting cultural revival through plays/drama. We encouraged peace building by resolving conflicts among youth. Promoting education of youth and children through influencing drop outs to go back to school and encouraging sanitation and hygiene was one of the key things we initially worked on. We have now started training in computer skills, organizational skills and our membership has expanded from 5 to ...

Contact PersonOdur Justine Peace (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 383 574 / 0782 573 637

P.o Box 663, Gulu,Plot 106, Acholi Road, Pece Division, Gulu Municipality,

Youth Strengthening Strategy-Gulu (YSS

Contact PersonBongomin Alice (Programme Coordinator)
Telephone0471 432 323

P.O Box 2071 Kampala,Kireka ,

This is a community based organization formed by the youth in Wakiso district who decided to combine skills and expertise in a bid to draw a long term strategy after discrimination and marginalization because of their physical disability. It was formed to engineer a development for their fellow young disabled youths in Wakiso district.The organization is set on focusing to set up a strong organization that can address the vast needs and challenges of the young disabled between the ages of 30 years in order to realize a change in their development.VisionTo develop a dignified young with physical disabilities in Wakiso DistrictMissionEmpowerment, full social integration and development of a good youth with physical disability citizen Objectives

Contact PersonNyombi Henry
Telephone0772 484 260 / 0312 281 425
Zion Children's Orphanage

Serwanga Joel Jovan, , , 9285

We help children with disabilities and the ones who lost their parents through the scourge of HIV/AIDS. We want young people to be able to help themselves in order to get rid of poverty. Poverty makes one weak mentally, physically and economically.


P.O. Box 350 Gulu,Plot 4 Philip Acaye Rd, Gulu Municipality,

Zion Project was established in Uganda by Sarita Hartz Hendricksen to serve as a rehabilitation home for child mothers and their children. Ten girls and their children experienced a loving home where they received medical care, counseling, spiritual discipleship, child school sponsorship, education and economic empowerment opportunities based on their own dreams and goals. They graduated in 2009 and are doing well. Some of the girls are currently employed with Zion Project. Zion Project is an international faith-based organization that aims at healing and empowering war affected women and children in Northern Uganda. We address the complex issues of sexual exploitation and prostitution through love and relationship.Our focus is to build Gulu's first Healing Retreat Center to further our ef ...

Contact PersonChristine Oyite (Administrator)
Telephone0392 897 251