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P.O BOX 25904 Kampala - Uganda, Plot 2071 muluya Road,Kisaasi, Kampala
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 411 073
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Vision ACEMU exists as a platform to encourage and enable evangelical mission entities in Uganda to effectively connect, communicate, collaborate and where possible cooperate with each other in their various mission aspects, for efficiency and quality service output in Gospel work. In order to encourage networking among mission entities, ACEMU seeks to know and sensitively publish the areas of emphasis or focus advanced by various evangelical Christian entities. Therefore, the purpose of this profile is to help ACEMU introduce your specific Gospel cause to other like-minded members as well as introduce them to you for any God-ordained opportunities in the shared Gospel witness.


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Since 2001, Abaana have been taking teams to Uganda where they meet with and work alongside our partners at Abaana Ministries Uganda. So far, over 700 people of all ages and backgrounds have taken the opportunity to travel with us and engage in the different areas of our work. From fundraising to building schools, meeting the sponsored children and working alongside our staff team, there is something for everyone to get involved in. Here some testimonies from previous teams: “Abaana are able to rescue street kids from a life on the streets and place them in the New Life Homes where they are loved and cared for by Abaana staff. We spent a lot of time getting to know the boys in New Life Homes. These boys have a roof over their head, food, education, but most importantly they are given regular bible teaching. It is clear to see that their lives have been transformed from the moment they were taken into the home… sponsorship has completely changed his life!” Amy Shepherd, Hub


7 Miles, Kagoma, Bombo Road, Wakiso, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : 256 772 533676,+256 393 240271
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ACDIPE is a registered Non-Profit Organization located in Kagoma along Bombo Road in Wakiso District. It was established in September 2007 and fully registered with the National NGO-Bureau under Reg. No. INDR7174583NB. Vision: An organisation that excels in improving the quality of life of orphans, vulnerable children and other disadvataged people. Mission: To contribute to a process of giving hope to orphans,vulnerable children and other disadvantaged people by facilitating them to acquire Knowledge and skills required to make them self-reliant. Core Values: HARDWORK: We work and act for the poor, the disadvataged and vulnerable while upholding credibility and professionalism. HONESTY: We seek to create an operating culture based on open and honest dialogue team-working and collective decision-making. PATIENCE: We value the knowledge and experience of our colleagues and institutional allies in the country and globally and always seek to ensure that their ideas are a


Plot 2 school lane road kaabong Karamoja - Uganda, School Lane road
Contact Phones : 0777697676,+256-77-2516458
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AWARE UGANDA (Action for women and Awakening in Rural Environment) was formed in 1989 by a group of Local rural women of Kaabong District in Karamoja region. It was initiated by Mrs. Grace Loumo with an aim of taking women out of their plight in this region by net working rural women to build their skills, learn their rights as women, fight poverty, violence, suffering and HIV/AIDs. It’s a fully registered organization with the national NGO board with Reg. No. S.5914/1033 operating in 4 district of Karamoja regions ie Abim, Kaabong, Kotido, Moroto. AWARE-UG was formed because of gender imbalance, resulting in to high levels of domestic violence & GBV, family neglect, women and human rights abuses, cattle rustling causing high family death, highs levels of illiteracy among Karamojong women, primitive culture, high levels of HIV/AIDS as a result of rural nomadic migration. AWARE boasts of a very experienced, exposed team in the social, economic and cultural problems affecting


Plot 41, Stretcher Road-Ntinda Kampala-Uganda 70008, .
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OUR MISSION By providing access to education, Africa ELI prepares young women from South Sudan to become leaders in their families and communities, engage in business enterprise, counteract inequalities, improve health practices, and work toward improving society for the benefit of all citizens.


P.O. Box 8468, Kampala Uganda, Africa, Kampala, Kitintale
Contact Phones : +256-772-409-577,+256-772-409-577
AHM TV CRUSADES What We Believe 1. We believe in one true God There is one God, eternally existing in three distinct persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. These three are co-equal and each possesses all of the attributes of God. God is Creator and Sustainer of the universe and everything in it. 2. Jesus Christ Jesus Christ is the Son of God. He is one with God the Father and the Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is our Savior, who was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died on a cross for all sin, and was raised from the grave after three days to demonstrate His defeat of sin and death. He ascended into heaven and will return again to earth to reign as our powerful King. 3. The Holy Spirit The Holy Spirit is one with God Father and Jesus Christ. Those who accept Christ as their Savior will receive the Holy Spirit to live inside them. The Holy Spirit serves as our comforter, guide and advocate. The Holy Spirit is given to Christia


Contact Phones : .,+256 392849402
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African Christian Fellowship-Uganda is a Non-government organization registered and operating in Uganda with an aim of reaching many un-reached people groups in Uganda. We are responding to God’s call to bring hope to many people groups in Africa that are still unreached. They have never heard of the love that took our savior, Jesus Christ, to the cruel cross and the power that raised Him from the dead. They may never hear unless someone, moved with compassion, crosses cultural barriers and takes the message of salvation to them. We firmly believe that at the root of Africa’s many political, economic and social problems is a cry for spiritual rebirth and revival.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256793283845
To become the leading NGO that meets practical needs required for the improved management and governance of the energy and mineral sector to foster economic development in Africa. To become the leading NGO that meets practical needs required for the improved management and governance of the energy and mineral sector to foster economic development in Africa. To build capacity and improve on the governance and management of the extractive industry through the provision of timely services with utmost professionalism with a view to eradicate poverty and ensure sustainable development

African Research Center 4 Ageing & Dementia

Plot 3 Jobiah Road, P.O.Box 814 Mukono,Uganda, East Africa, P.o Box, 814
Contact Phones : .0782012126,0756427857
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Welcome to African Research Centre on Aging and Dementia (ARCAD), a Ugandan Non-Profit and Non-Government Collaborative Research Institute. The center was established in 2017 with a group of social gerontologist with an inspiration of advancing aging and dementia research in the African content.

AGHA Uganda

P.O.Box 24667, Kampala, Uganda Kalinabiri Road, Plot 708 Naiga Close, Plot 703 Naiga Close, Kalinabiri road, Ntinda
Contact Phones : .,0772602138
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The Action Group for Health, Human Rights and HIV/AIDS (AGHA) is a health rights advocacy organization in Uganda dedicated to raising awareness of the human rights aspects of health, and the quality of health and healthcare for all Ugandans. Grounded in a rights-based approach, AGHA mobilizes health professionals, in collaboration with communities, to be health rights advocates promoting equity and social justice for all Ugandans, with a particular focus on marginalized and vulnerable populations. AGHA has a proven track record of addressing health rights violations in Uganda through advocacy-oriented research, education and training. Who We Are The Action Group for Health, Human Rights and HIV/AIDS (AGHA) is a health rights advocacy organization in Uganda dedicated to raising awareness of the human rights aspects Founded in 2003 by a group of concerned Ugandan health professionals, AGHA has mobilized hundreds of members, fostered coalitions and local and national networks, c

Centre for Justice Studies and Innovations (CJSI)

Plot 21, Valley Road, Ntinda
Contact Phones : +256 772 699300,+256 312 516699/0414581320
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The Centre for Justice Studies and Innovations (CJSI) promotes rule of law as an avenue through which justice is delivered to all people in Uganda, particularly the poor and marginalized groups

Child Africa

Plot 1908/9, Mitala Road
Contact Phones : +256 752 896205; +256 772,+256 414 269599
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Poverty is common in East Africa. Many children become orphans due to AIDS. By giving a donation or becoming a sponsor for a child, you will help us give a poor child care and education. Our charity organization is very effective in terms of providing help. We believe that the only way to eradicate poverty is through education and teaching the new generation how to fight corruption.This is why we put school first.


Plot 12B Farady Road Bugolobi, Nakawa Division Next to MUBS Annex Bugolobi, .
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Cordaid strengthens the capacities of communities through action planning and training. We improve peoples’ resilience to disaster by enabling them to collaborate and dialogue with other stakeholders, such as local authorities.Investments Cordaid provides access to inclusive finance for entrepreneurs by investing in the Stromme Microfinance East Africa Fund. Cordaid also supported the Rural Finance Initiative (RUFI) with access to finance to open a branch in North Uganda where they serve refugee clients that fled from South Sudan. Humanitarian aid Our livelihood, agriculture and WASH programs improve the health and increase the self-reliance of refugees and host communities.


Plot 351A Balintuma Road, Namirembe Hill, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-(0)41-4270970
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Registered as an NGO in November 2000, the Coalition for Health promotion and Social Development (HEPS– Uganda) is a health and human rights organization that advocates for health rights and health responsibilities of Ugandans especially giving voice to the poor and vulnerable men, women, children, elderly etc. HEPS Uganda has a special focus on working to increase access to essential medicines and rational use of medicines. HEPS Uganda works at national/ local government and at community level to reach out to the most vulnerable people in society. Currently HEPS Uganda is operating in 16 Districts across Uganda implementing several social accountability projects for better health. Read more about out current and previous interventions OUR VISION A just and fair society in which all Ugandans (irrespective of gender, age, religion, physical well-being or socio-economic status) can exercise their health rights and health responsibilities. OUR MISSION To ens


P.O. Box 728, Fort Portal, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : ., +256 772 492 109
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Jese is an indigenous non-government, service-providing organization registered as a company by guarantee NO 47579. THE NGO BOAND 55914/1019,AND Since its establishment in 1993, JESE, through her work in improved Agriculture Production and Natural Resources Management and long term development, has greatly contributed to improved livelihoods of target beneficiaries and provided opportunities for a better life especially for the rural poor households and communities

Lifecare Africa

P.O. Box 2879 Kampala, Valley Curve Road, Ntinda
Contact Phones : +256 786 753 406,+256 752 241 748
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Lifecare Charity is a fully licensed and registered Non-Governmental organization in Uganda established with the primary objectives of: Empowering Ugandan women and youth with competitive modern vocational skills for the modern workplace.

Somero Uganda

Plot 834 Kyadondo Block 203 Kazo Mukalazi road P.O.Box 21162 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 092318
Somero Uganda is an organization started by young people living and staying in the slums of Kawempe division, Kampala District Uganda. Somero Uganda currently holds a community centre in Kawempe and Nakawa divisions of Kampala district, Busia district and implements activities throughout the country. We are a grassroots organisation founded in 2009, following the death of a young girl called Nalubega (17 years). She was among the many young girls involved in commercial sex in the area. She suddenly committed suicide due to HIV/AIDS stigmatization by community members and unbearable sexual reproductive health challenges she faced. In 2010, Somero was registered as a community based organisation involved in community education and awareness rising on social and health matters targeted at commercial sex workers in the programme catchment area. The main aim of the organization was to save and prevent many more vulnerable young girls engaged in commercial sex from following the same


P.O.Box 24642 Kampala, Kagaba Road, Buyende District
Contact Phones : +256782164292,+256701434070

Changing Lives through Sports & Music in Communities.


Entebbe - Uganda, Plot 31, Garuga Road, Bulega,
Contact Phones : .0775019180,0392000926
The Uganda Buddhist Centre (UBC) was founded by the Most Ven. Bhante Buddharakkhita (the first African Buddhist monk) on April 10, 2005. The Centre was founded to introduce and preserve the Buddha’s teachings within the context of African culture, and to exemplify the Buddhist practice through service to the public. Presently, UBC achieves this through organizing meditation retreats, its humanitarian services, and through the activities of promoting world peace. Historical Context Buddhism had existed in Africa for quite a number of decades especially in Tanzania and South Africa, but it was still distant to people of African descent. In Uganda, it was the Most Ven. Bhante Buddharakkhita who for the first time introduced Buddhism to Ugandans in 2005. Bhante Buddharakkhita was born as Steven Jjemba Kaboggoza). He first encountered Buddhism while studying at the University of Punjab in India. While there, Steven came across Thai Buddhist monks, who inspired him with their simple

Uganda National NGO Forum

P.O Box 4636, Kampala, 25 Muyenga Tank Hill Road, Kabalagala
Contact Phones : +256(414)510272,+256-393-260373
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 The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) is an independent and inclusive national platform for NGOs in Uganda. Its primary constituency and owners are NGOs in their diversity and configurations. UNNGOF is however open to other interest groups within a broadly defined civil society.


UNNGOF’s operational scope is at national level, with focus on issues and processes that concern NGOs across the board. We recognise the independent existence of national thematic NGO networks and district networks and for a, as important NGO coordinating mechanism with complementary comparative advantages.


Agape House Children's Minstry Uganda

P. O. Box 36999, Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 – 752–864477
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We have stepped out to reach out to the communities around us. Agape House Babies House gives these children the opportunity not only to have a chance at life, but also to have a family, the chance for relationship with their biological mothers, a safe place to sleep, good food, and medical care.


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A little bit of HOPE is a small charity with the vision of nurturing hope in the Butaleja District of Uganda by enabling people to overcome the hurdles that prevent them reaching their full potential. Two charities, one mission a little bit of HOPE (Uganda) is a registered NGO, with a board and staff team who are committed to enabling people in the Butaleja District to reach their full potential. Their passion, local knowledge, experience and expertise ensure that programmes are developed, implemented and monitored with compassion and competence. In fact, a little bit of HOPE (Uganda) is building a strong reputation in the region. Recently, some local government officials described us as ‘outstanding’ and are increasingly using our programmes as examples of good practice. a little bit of HOPE in the UK is a Charitable Trust. Our key activities are to raise awareness and funds, and ensure that the money raised is spent effectively. The Trustees of a little bit of HOPE (UK),


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Pens for Africa, We write Children's Future, all in our own way, by donating goods, time and idea's. Our goal is to send as much as possible school-materials to Africa by supporting several foundations. We want to inspire other people, to help and share the good feeling of aiding people who needs help. How can you help? You can help educate children in Africa in many ways. Spread the word with Inspiration-Pens, get them for free or buy them and give them to others. Order via Become a contributor, by sharing your ideas, help to grow this community, and spread the word: Please contact us: Gather and send school materials, materials should not be new but in good shape and functional: - Pens in general (pens, pencils, color pencils, color markers ) - Erasers, rulers, geo triangles, small notitionbooks <= A5) - Small LED torches, magnifiers, frisbees, inflatable balls, baseball caps, key ch


Namungoona- Nakibinge Stage, Hoima road , .
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A Rocha projects have a community emphasis, bringing together people from widely differing backgrounds to work towards common goals. The first A Rocha project began in Portugal in 1983. A field study centre and bird observatory was established near the Alvor estuary and it has now been visited by thousands of people from many countries. All over the world, Christians are realizing that important habitats and their wildlife urgently need protection and so new A Rocha projects have started in other parts of Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North America and Australasia. The international cross-cultural strength of the Christian community has been making a unique contribution, not least as communities struggle to reconcile the need to protect biodiversity with their hopes for sustainable development.


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Imagine a community devastated by war for 20 years, a place where clean water and medical care are scarce, where there are no playgrounds for children to play and where 80% of adults are unemployed. This is the Kinene community, home of the Acholi, a forgotten people group ravaged by the wrath of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) for two decades. In 2012, Four Corners purchased 100 acres of land in the little village of Kinene in Northern Uganda to build Abaana’s Hope, a community within a community providing total family care and the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Acholi. Through its family group homes, medical clinic, school, employment programs, and agricultural and water projects, Abaana’s Hope is working to rebuild the community of Kinene. The greatest impact of Abaana’s Hope, however, is that of its church, Living Stones Community Church. Through Sunday worship and weekly discipleship classes, the men, women and children of Kinene are taught about the love of Jesus Christ and


Jinja - Uganda, .
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Abide was founded by two Americans named Kelsey Nielsen and Megan Parker. Kelsey and Megan met while volunteering in an orphanage in Jinja, Uganda. While at the orphanage they were surprised to see parents coming to visit their children and asked why the children were in the orphanage if they had parents who loved and missed them? They were told the children's parents could not afford to feed or care for them. Then why don't we help the parents so the children can go home? Kelsey and Megan worked with the orphanage for three years to resettle children back to their families. When they talked with families about how their children ended up in the orphanage to begin with they were frustrated to hear how fixable the reasons were. The families helped Kelsey and Megan realize the lack of services in Uganda to meet these families at their most vulnerable moment in life; the moment they were relinquishing their children. They wanted to meet these parents in that moment and give them ano


Block 216 Kampala - Uganda, Plot 2855 Buye Kiwatule.
Contact Phones : ., +256 782198129.
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Abilis Foundation is a unique actor, channeling funding to projects that are planned, implemented and monitored by people with disabilities in developing countries. Abilis´s emphasis is on grassroots organizations. Vision and mission The strategy guides all work of Abilis Foundation. The strategy is revised on a regular basis and the present strategy is from 2016 to 2021. According to the strategy, the vision of Abilis is a world where people with disabilities Are aware of their human rights and act for the realization of those rights. Are in every way equal to their fellow human beings. The mission of Abilis Foundation is to promote the human rights, equal opportunities, independent living, and activities planned by persons with disabilities in developing countries and in Eastern Europe: Granting financial support Offering informative, educational and advisory activities. Key elements Key elements in this work are: Commitment to the promotion


.P.O.Box 73257 Kampala - Uganda, Buikwe - Uganda
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Acacia Tree Child and Family Services is a Ugandan organisation that is committed to providing services to vulnerable children, youth and families in a manner that preserves cultural and religious identity, builds and strengthens leadership capacity, and promotes compassion, independence, creativity, and self-sufficiency. Established in 2017, the organisation runs a dance theatre led by youth that highlights issues such as child marriage, gender based violence and gender disparity.


6-8, Kibira Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414343306


P.O BOX 7856 Gulu, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0) 393200401
Acholi Child and Family Programme (ACFP) is a non-government organization operating in Acholi sub-region, Northern Uganda. The organization covers 03 districts, i.e. Agago, Gulu and Kitgum. ACFP’s program interventions focus on the holistic development of a child. This has been enhanced by the collaborations and partnerships between ACFP and parent committees whilst maximizing local initiatives and leadership. We create change by reimagining care, rebuilding family support systems, and repurposing orphanages to community hubs so that every child grows up in safe and loving families. In Uganda, Many children are growing up in orphanages. Nearly all have a family. Orphanages make orphans out of children. Every day, families in crisis or poverty are forced to give up their children in the hope of a better life. Decades of research prove what we know in our hearts: a family is the best place for a child to grow up. Acholi Child and Family Programme helps reunite children

ACORD in Rwanda

Plot XXX, Kigali
Contact Phones : +250-574619,n/a


P.O. Box,33681, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256783571730.
(APU) is a Regional non-political, non-profit making and multi-racial Organization (NGO) that looks at peace as a fundamental element of human existence. “If you want peace, you don't talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies” (Archbishop Desmon Tutu). It is therefore apparent that this Organization intends to bring on board values that peace comes with. This is a very fundamental point to the Organization and people of Uganda and East African Community (EAC) in particular; some of them have been in war for a long time and are still in such condition of living in their communities.This NGO endeavors to bring on board a range of activities like Peace education, advocacy for Democracy and campaign for justice and human rights, to bring about reconciliation, restore dignity in situations where that is taken away, and to enable the conditions for a genuine and just peace. The people of Uganda and East Africa Community (EAC) need that on the background of their understanding of pea


Plot 17, Lubowa Hill, Nazziba Rise, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 200801
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A4HU strives to empower young people through service delivery, capacity development, civic education, mentoring , and advocacy work. We support youth empowerment centres (YECs) and youth clubs in : leadership and organisational development , group management, life skills and sexuality education, entrepreneurship and business development. We strengthen local communities including local government and health facilities to provide youth friendly services and to include young people into decision making processes. Action 4 Health Uganda operate mobile rural outreach services using its Youth Truck, which give access to information and training to vulnerable young people in hard-to-reach areas and supporting the peer-led outreach events.


Plot 72, Ntinda Road P.O Box 10501. Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0) 392 787780
AAH-I is an international non-governmental organisation working with communities in the Horn of Africa, and East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their quality of life. AAH-I has over 30 years’ experience working with communities, including refugees, internally displaced people, host communities, pastoralists and people living in urban informal settlements. AAH-I has country programmes in South Sudan, Zambia, Uganda, Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Kenya.


Plot 2514/2515 Ggaba Rd Box 676 Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0)414 510 363
ActionAid International is an international non-governmental organisation with a federal structure. Our head office is in Johannesburg. AAI also has offices across Asia, the Americas and Europe. AAI works with over 15 million people in 45 countries, helping them to use their own power to fight poverty and injustice. Do we collect any of your personal information? When connecting to any website on the Internet Your IP address may be visible and could be tracked by the Internet Service Provider (“ISP”) or external hosting partners. Although this information may be captured by Our website, this information is not used in any form by ActionAid or its partners. When You are using Our website, We may collect limited automatic information using “cookies” which are strictly necessary for the functionality of the Website and which allow Us to improve its effectiveness.

Action Aid Rwanda

Plot XXX, Gisagara
Contact Phones : +250-08486517,+250-587703


P. O. Box 37664 Kampala - Uganda., Kyanja Ring Road, Kyanja Trading Center Kampala, Uganda.
Contact Phones : .,(+256) 756 730501
Action for Children (AFC) is a national based Non-Governmental Organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of life of the vulnerable children. AFC was founded on the basis of a child helpline in 1995 out of a deep conviction and commitment by the founder Dr. Jolly Nyeko and in 1998 the organization was registered with the NGO Board. Through a number of projects, AFC has met the needs of over 15, 000 children directly in an estimated 4,500 households besides the 16,000 indirectly reached. Having started as a private phone line in Dr. Jolly’s residence, the Child helpline expanded to become a national programme and in 2016, was officially handed over to the Government of Uganda as a toll-free Child Helpline (116) managed by the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development. Besides rescue protection and advocacy, AFC operated a children’s home – Queen Esther, where the rescued children were temporarily sheltered pending resettlement, referral, or adoption. A number


Plot 98/99, Masoli Rd 22234, Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ., +256393206461 .
Mission To serve and empower communities in the East and Southern Africa region through promotion of innovative solutions in the areas of Human Rights promotion, Health Promotion and Institutional Capacity Strengthening. Vision A society where children, women and men are happy, healthy and economically productive. History Action for Community Development started in Kasese as a Community Based Organization in response to contributing to the alleviation of challenges created by HIV/AIDS scourge and mitigating the adverse effects of war both perpetrated in Uganda and the spillovers from across the border in Eastern Congo in 2003. The strategies we employed at the time to address these challenges recognized the need for communities to rebuild, re-inspire and re-empower these broken communities. The challenges of yesterday may not be the challenges of today. We are proud of a National footprint; having grown from one District to the whole country Uganda and currently spreading ou


P.O.BOX 218O9 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 322 Mukalazi Rd, Kawempe Division
Contact Phones : .,+256 750 859 254
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Action for Fundamental Change and Development (AFFCAD) is a youth led nonprofit organization founded in 2009 to transform living conditions in Kampala's poorest slum areas by empowering the children, youth and young women through education, health, and economic empowerment programs. Why we do what we do Uganda is rapidly urbanizing, with many youths coming to Kampala to escape poverty, 85% of these will settle in slums because of the very cheap housing. More than 90,000 people live without basic services such as water, shelter and sanitation. 65% of the residents are aged between 15 and 25. In addition to this, slum communities in Kampala have been faced with influx of refugees from various countries, case in point, Kisenyi slum which is home to many Somalis. These are youth full of dreams and aspirations yet the economy can not create jobs for them. The reality of the slums they will settle in are characterized by poor temporary housing, poor water and sanitation, poverty, unempl


P.O. Box 1808 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 160A Bweyogerere
Contact Phones : .,+256 702 679 807
Founded in 2010, Action for Reproductive Health (ARH) is a new Uganda-based non-profit organisation dedicated to the improvement of reproductive and maternal health in rural Uganda. Taking an innovative approach, ARH seeks to actively involve men in addressing these important issues. ARH will work to strengthen and sustain the ability of Uganda’s public and private health providers and health workers, as well as the local communities themselves, to meet the reproductive, maternal and child health needs of the country. By encouraging the participation of men in tackling issues of reproductive and maternal health, ARH aims to deliver significant changes in both the status of women’s health and in public perceptions about reproductive health as a ‘female issue’.

Action for the Rights of the Children

93, Ntinda
Contact Phones : 256772857676,n/a


P.O.BOX 10292 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+ 256-778-896317
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Action for Rural Women’s Empowerment (ARUWE) is a non-profit, non-government organization working with marginalized groups of people, especially rural women and children in Uganda. ARUWE was established in 2003 as a community based organization and later registered as an NGO in 2008 with functional governance structures that include a board of five members, a senior management team and staff. Initially, the organization started its operations in Wakiso district supporting women to increase agricultural production for household food security and income generation. Currently, ARUWE operates in the central and north-eastern regions of Uganda focusing on socio-economic empowerment of women and children. Prev Next 123456 ARUWE is a member of several networks including; Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM), Uganda Water and Sanitation NGO Network (UWASNET) where it sits on the gender committee, National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda (NAWOU), Developme


Plot 2125 Bukoto Ntinda Road Off Froebel stage, P.O Box 5018, Kampala - Uganda.
Contact Phones : .,+256 751 041 963
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Action for youth with disabilities Uganda (AYDU) is a registered Nongovernmental, not-profit organization founded by and for Youth with Disabilities (YWDs) in Uganda. It is a national umbrella for youth with all forms of disabilities aimed at creating a unified voice for them and ensuring their full integration not only within the mainstream disability movement, but also in national inclusive programmes. What we do. AYDU envisions youth with disabilities living dignified and productive lives. Our mission is to empower youth with disabilities to advocate for their rights and meaningfully engage in social, political, economic and other activities in the country. AYDU’s primary objective is to ensure the inclusion of youth with disabilities not only within the disability movement, but in all development processes in the country. We achieve this through addressing four key areas of concern to the youth: Enhancing the self esteem through helping them to understand their human

Action on Disability & Development

81, Bukoto
Contact Phones : n/a,256414531446


P.O Box 9658, Kampala - Uganda, First Floor, Plot 32, Kanjokya Street,
Contact Phones : ., +256 414 531446
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What we do. 1. Supporting activists. We partner with disability activists in Africa and Asia to help them build powerful movements for change. Disability activists tell us the change they want to make and what they need to make it happen. Together we develop a tailored package of long term support to help activists access the tools, skills and resources they need to make change happen. 2. Building movements. We support organisations of disability activists to build strong and sustainable organisations that can have an ever increasing impact. We then help these groups connect with each other to build wider movements and we work with them to promote the rights of disabled people. 3. Influencing for change. We work with organisations of disabled activists to influence governments, international development actors and the private sector to design policies and services at a local and global level which take into account the needs of disabled people.


PO Box 116 Luwero , Nakaseke District - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,(+256) 77 2643234
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Our Strategy We have planned our strategy for the next three years, and have set nine goals to guide our work. Our Vision Our vision is that each and every person has access to quality health, education and other essential services, no matter where they live. Our Mission Our mission is to bridge the worlds of business and the world of people in extreme poverty, and to support vulnerable communities with health, education and other essential services. Our Guiding Principles The core philosophy underpinning Adara's work is that we always, always do everything with humility. Our work is guided by a detailed development philosophy and a culture and values statement that is embedded in all we do. Our Pillars Adara Development has two pillars which are fundamental to our strategy and achieving our goals.


1st Floor, Kabaka Anjagala Road, Nkumba University Building, .
Contact Phones : .,(+256) 779860083
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We’re Advocacy for child relief (ACR). ACR is an independent, nonpartisan, non-governmental organisation which is incorporated under the laws of Uganda. Founded by a group of young Ugandan children wellness activists and professionals in response to the ever-increasing vulnerability and poverty among children and families they live in.

ADRA Rwanda

Plot XXX, Kigali
Contact Phones : +250-08486517,+250-574770
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Adrica Field Epidemiology Network

23, MAckenzie Vale
Contact Phones : n/a,256414542352


Plot 4258, Suday close - Malawa Kira Municipality. , .
Contact Phones : .,0393241355
We have excellent relationships with the Uganda Prisons Service, and a history of working collaboratively with staff and social workers in prison.


Lilies Leaf Chambers,Minister's Village, Ntinda Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-393-215229
Web Address :
Who we are ANARDE is a nonprofit group of researchers activists, organizers, and lawyers with expertise in human rights advocacy, environmental governance, corporate and government accountability. Our team works tirelessly and relentlessly in Uganda to ensure justice rights and accountability in the natural resources sector. Natural resources more so, extractive resources must benefit every Ugandan especially the local communities where oil, gas and minerals are located. To this end the environment and land rights of such communities should be protected, in addition the generated revenues should be properly collected and utilised in a transparent and accountable manner for the benefit of the current and future generations. We therefore advocate for systems, practices and laws that mandate the disclosure of extractive revenues. Civic competences are critical for continued engagement of people in positions of authority and participation in policy formulation. ANARDE theref


P.O. Box 11519 Kampala-Uganda, East Africa, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-393-296616
Advocacy Through Filming and Screening Uganda (AFSU) has found video advocacy to be most effective when used hand-in-hand with other advocacy tools such as litigation, research, organizing, and monitoring. While these techniques are essential to secure Non-government Organization accountability, video can serve as a powerful complement to more traditional methods, and AFSU ‘ experience proves that it substantially magnifies the impact of our fellow partners ‘ advocacy. Moreover, powerful images and stories have an unrivaled candid authority that can help prompt awareness, concern, and action. Video advocacy is not about using video primarily for publicity or as an educational or training tool. It requires setting specific objectives, identifying target audiences, and developing a strategic plan for production and distribution to ensure the video has impact as a specific tactic within a broader advocacy strategy. Video advocacy is increasingly used by NGOs and individual advocates


Plot 52 Johnson Road Makanga P.O. Box 357, Kabale-Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 450 394
Web Address :
Water Education WASH clubs have been formed in schools to oversee the implementation WASH related activities and planting a tree seedling per child. Participatory education through workshops, music dance and drama, exchange visits; competitions (essay writing, are used to stimulate the thinking of the children and community members. This is augmented by practical / simple exercises for children practiced both at school and at home AWEC facilitates community dialogues where environmental considerations are incorporated into all development. Sanitation Hygiene and Health Sanitation Hygiene and Health Education is globally recognized as a key intervention to promote children’s right to health and clean environment and to influence a generational change in health promotion behavior and attitudes. It is also appreciated that not only the quality of teaching but also the environment, especially the availability of safe drinking water and sanitation together with good hygiene practic


Wakiso District, Uganda , Bulabiira 2 Road, Najjera.
Contact Phones : .,+256414581121
ADVOCATE FOR YOUTH, a youth centered international non-governmental organization registered in Uganda under section 16(1) of companies Act, Republic of Uganda, with registration number 185851 dated 11 July 2014 with its registered address at 2nd floor in Buddu House, plot Number 58, Bombo Road, Kampala, Uganda and having its regional head office in Accra, Ghana. AFY is committed to complementing the education of young people in schools; developing and sustaining their interest in development processes regarding health, employment, migration and education among other socially relevant interventions; and increasing their ownership of such processes. AFY is committed to complementing the education of young people in schools; AFY ultimate aim is to engender an effective dialogue among this demographic group as well as include them in actions and relationships with the state institutions responsible for their welfare, in order to empower the otherwise somewhat idle and seemingly exc

Advocates Coalition for DEvelopment & Environment

96, KAnjokya
Contact Phones : n/a,256414530798


Kabebe - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Acheru: Afaayo (Luganda for He cares) Child Health Education and Rehabilitation Unit. Based at Kabembe in Uganda, funded by Africare. Locating, assessing and treating children with severe disabilities, and giving them and their families hope for the future. The more help we get, the more children we can treat. We go to great lengths to find those children in greatest need. The website is intended to give you some idea of the work undertaken. We guarantee that every gift received is used totally for the work in Uganda, with no deductions whatsoever.


35, John Babiiha AVenue
Contact Phones : n/a,2563122244700

Africa 2000 Network Uganda

70, Bukoto
Contact Phones : n/a,256312263218


P.O.Box 72405 Clocktower | Kampala, UGANDA, .
Contact Phones : ., +256 782 000 664
Web Address :
THE CRISIS OF DISCERNMENT IN AFRICA Cultic groups are multiplying and growing throughout Africa. Indigenous sects and extremist charismatic groups are operating almost unchecked—and doing tremendous harm. Making matters worse, a majority of pastors are severely underinformed and underequipped for the task of discernment and defending their flocks. Most Christians in Africa don't know where to turn for help in defending their faith. Indeed, most countries have no single source or reference point on cults, aberrant Christian movements, and non-Christian religions—no credible Christian agency to provide them with reliable facts, balanced biblical assessments, or evangelistic strategies. OUR RESPONSE TO THIS CHALLENGE By God's grace, we've established Africa Centre for Apologetics Research to respond to the challenge of cults and aberrant Christian movements. ACFAR is providing Christians with the resources and training they need to effectively defend their faith and reach out to


Plot 130, Kalungu Road, Bunga, P.O Box 11283, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.+256-393-202351
Web Address
The African Centre for Media Excellence is a Kampala-based independent, non-profit professional organisation that is committed to excellence in journalism and mass communication in Africa. ACME’s main goal is to make the media a more effective platform for the provision of information on public affairs, a tool for monitoring official power, and a forum for vibrant public debate. ACME has a unique approach to continuing training and education. Instead of one-off workshops, which are common in the East African region, ACME employs a long-term approach in which practical training workshops are complemented by mentoring and coaching over several months. Vision To become Africa’s leading independent media and communication support organisation. Mission To inspire journalists to seek and achieve professional excellence. To help make our news media more reliable and credible sources of information, effective watchdogs and vibrant forums for public debate.


Plot 2, Agape Close, Ntinda-Kigoowa off Kiwatule Rd. Next to African Youth Development LInk P.O.Box 16452, Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 664616
Web Address
Our Vision: “A vibrant society promoting human rights and sustainable development.” Our Mission: To promote trade among vulnerable communities by influencing policy through research, advocacy and capacity building. Our Values: Justice for all Dignity for all Accountability and Transparency, and Integrity Through all our interventions, ACTADE’s strategic goal is to realize “Increased participation of vulnerable communities in trade and development.”


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
​Africa CDC strengthens the capacity and capability of Africa’s public health institutions as well as partnerships to detect and respond quickly and effectively to disease threats and outbreaks, based on data-driven interventions and programmes.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 785 075243
Despite the number of people living in poverty in Uganda halving over the last decade, Uganda continues to struggle with inequality in the post-conflict North and the impoverished rural East of the country. The Situation The Northern and West Nile regions of Uganda are still recovering from 20 years of conflict involving the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). The conflict resulted in the displacement of nearly two million people, the breakdown of rule of law, massive destruction of infrastructure, economic deprivation and widespread human rights abuses, including the use of child soldiers. Since the LRA was forced out of Uganda in 2006, there has been positive progress towards peace and stability, but recovering from the legacy of conflict has many challenges. Many communities depended on aid during the conflict and now face high levels of poverty, low levels of literacy, and have few vocational skills or experience of earning their own living. Currently 49% of people in this region

Africa Evangelistic Enterprise(AEE)Rwanda

Plot XXX, Kigali
Contact Phones : n/a,+250-08587135
Web Address


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 752814134
AFMC is anon governmental organisation working to build a prosperous rural Africa. We help farmers to increase their harvests, build their incomes and sustain natural resources, partnering with governments and the private sector to find effective ways to fight poverty. We work closely with local communities, who actively participate in all the decisions about our work. Typically, our staff are from the local area, can speak the local language and have a deep understanding of the local context.


Floors 3 - 4, Lotis Towers Plot 16, Mackinnon Road P.O.Box 8772 Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,
Web Address
Africa Freedom of Information Centre (AFIC) is a pan-African NGO and resource centre that promotes the right of access to information through comparative research, coordinating regional advocacy, facilitating information-sharing and capacity building Project Title: Improving social service delivery to citizens through open contracting in Uganda Brief Description: The focus is on advocacy for transparency and accountability in the national procurement and contract management processes leading to plugging of current financial leakages, especially in the capital/infrastructure development sector. They will do this through facilitating processes that enhance the effective implementation of the access to information laws in the advancement of disclosure of procurement data, public participation and feedbacks which are the 3 pillars of open contracting is recognised.


Plot 25, Church Road P. O. Box 981, Lira-Uganda , .
Contact Phones : .,+256 789 622 661
The African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET), Uganda Chapter was founded in 2005 and is based in Lira, Uganda. AYINET is an independent national not-for-profit organization, registered with the national board of the Non Governmental Organization in Uganda at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and the Lira District Local Government. AYINET is governed by a Board of Directors (BoD), whose roles include provision of AYINET’s monitoring and oversight performance. AYINET is a neutral, objective and secular organization. Our staffing is composed of men and women with formal educations and in-depth training. AYINET has a clinical and counseling unit, finance department, project officers and community-based officers and volunteers. Read more about our staff members here. AYINET is working countrywide from our head office in Lira Northern Uganda. AYINET receives funds from national and international donors, United Nations, private sector foundations and individuals. Also, we partner wi

Africa Life Youth Foundation

56/60, KAmpala road
Contact Phones : 256782120385,n/a

Africa Monitors

2nd Floor, Unit 179, Tirupati-Mazima Mall
Contact Phones : +256 751 087818,+256 754 663374

We are an NGO Human Rights Organization located along Nsambya Ggaba Rd. We help and support refugees through awareness raising, capacity building, lobby & advocating, protection and rehabilitation. The organization addresses the short and long terms needs of the victims of human rights violations and refugees through counselling, capacity development and creating employment opportunities.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256393240026
Web Address
Our vision A world in which everyone works together to strengthen the resilience of people most at risk and prevent hazards from becoming disasters. Our values GNDR members believe that we can achieve more by working together. By undertaking joint actions and providing mutual support, we can achieve shared objectives and reach common goals. We share core values that bind us together: Trust and openness to listen, share and learn from one another that enables us to build consensus and mutual understanding Transparency and mutual accountability Equity and respect for diverse identities, needs and perspectives Commitment to work together in a collaborative, inclusive and participatory manner Interaction between our members, the Secretariat, and regionally-representative Global Board members is guided by these shared values.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Our Vision To see Christ-like people renewing society Our Mission To renew Africa through the gospel of Jesus Christ and the local church by embracing children, equipping leaders, and empowering communities


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
What We Do We don’t just build infrastructure, we empower whole communities – pupils, teachers and parents – to transform government and community schools into thriving learning environments that build brighter, better futures.


P.O. Box 71242, Clock Tower Kampala - UGANDA, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-414-201507
Web Address
African Bible University is a unique institution of higher learning in Uganda. For around 40 years now, we have been transforming lives by providing a biblically-based education that is designed not only to inform the mind, but also to tranform the heart because "the heart of the problem is the problem of the heart." We give our students remarkable skills and training in the areas of church, Business, Education, Communications and government. We have three campuses in Liberia, Malawi and Uganda.

African Centre for Trade and Development

9, Nasser Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414253967
civil society organisations concerned with trade


1143 Baruma Close, Kungu – Kiira TC, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 702 540 500
Registered non-profit in Uganda in 2005, ACEM is committed to providing medical care, clean water and funding the needs of orphaned school children so that they find their place in this country and in the world as well as compliment the development of leadership and organizational abilities of the church.


P.O. Box 23984 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,
ADI believes that the best way to build a stronger Africa is to foster future African leaders from diverse backgrounds. We provide our talented and motivated students with the skills, education and resources they need to become leaders in their own communities, creating a cycle of success. Our vision is a world in which every disadvantaged child has the opportunity to fulfill their academic and leadership potential.


Plot No. 2325 Old Kampala Road P.O.Box 1146 Kampala UGANDA, .
Contact Phones : .,+256758634448
Web Address :
The leadership structure of AFMC is composed of the following: BOARD OF GOVERNORS The board of governors is the supreme authority of the AFMC. It is made up of the official representatives of the entire membership of the AFMC. It is currently lead by an interim Chairperson His Eminence Shaban Ramadan Mubajje, Mufti of the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council. His Eminence Shaban Ramadan Mubajje EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AFMC also comprises an executive committee made up of; • Finance committee • African women’s consultative committee • African youth consultative committee BOT Board of Trustees are members appointed by BOG from within member states to support AFMC.


P.O Box 70303, Kampala - Uganda Plot No. 878 Block 250 Kansanga Nanganda Rd , .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address
Consideration of the human resources for health strategies identified in the study by ... Uganda is one of the 57 countries listed as having a human resources ... As is common in other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa


Plot 42 Lugogo By-Pass, Lugogo House, Block C 1st Floor P.O. Box 32225, Kampala-Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.+256-414289452
AIRD AS I SEE IT by Mr. Menna Tewahade - Founding Member We Africans are great storytellers. We like to say “once upon a time” or “when we started this so many years back”. It gives us an aura of wisdom. We expect our people to give us a standing ovation. Picture an old African freedom fighter with his whiskers in his left hand and his cane on his right accepting accolade of his people. I am, being a true son of Africa, not any different from that old freedom fighter. Be patient with me when I tell you the story of AIRD. AIRD was established as a reaction to some thinking that Africans always need leadership from outside even to help themselves or come to the rescue of their own kind when mother nature shows them her other sides.


Plot 1544, Koire Close, Off Old Kiira Road, Bukoto, .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0)414 699 080
Web Address
The Africa Innovations Institute (AfrII) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental center of excellence in agricultural innovations. Established in 2005, AfrII undertakes research and innovations development on agriculture and food systems to ensure sustainable increase in smallholder farmers’ income, food and nutrition security as well as environmental sustainability in Eastern and Central Africa. The Institute brings together leading experts in agriculture, nutrition, and food systems; networks and forges SMART partnerships with many African, European and American institutions in implementing its programs; and works with public, private, civil society, philanthropic and funding organizations.


P.O. Box: 459 Kampala , Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 557 551
Web Address
Mission Statement To reach, mobilize and empower vulnerable and marginalized communities in Africa through capacity building and advocacy for sustainable development.

African Network for the PRevention & Protection AGainst Child Abuse & Neglect

1, Kira Road 1
Contact Phones : n/a,256414254550


Plot 27, Bwana Volla Road Mvara, Arua P.O. BOX 37041, Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,+256) 75 2300720
ADVANCING PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE Africa Defection Cycle Expertise Defection Messaging Content and Infrastructure Holistic Reintegration Civil-Military Collaboration Community-led DDRRR Education and Exchanges Access to Information on Citizen Rights Community-centered CVE Grassroots Peace Structures Community Engagement PROMOTING SAFE MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT Peaceful Co-existence between Refugees and Host Communities Natural resource management Employment Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Trust and Goodwill Prevention of trafficking in Persons Access to information Research and Policy Advocacy.

African Wildlife Foundation

Plot 9 Bukoto Crescent, Naguru P.O Box 37346, Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 393 266 652
Web Address :
AWF partners with cybersecurity and intelligence expert Irdeto to identify and investigate the online sale of illegal wildlife parts, as well as to provide forensic data for local law enforcement officials to track down criminals.


Plot 947, St. Padre Pio, Masanafu, Sentema Road, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 394 84 91 21
Web Address
African Women and Youth Action for Development (AWYAD) is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) founded by Christians with a deep concern for vulnerable youth and women in Uganda, South Sudan, Kenya and Tanzania in the East African Region, living in abject poverty and whose voices cannot be heard. AWYAD was established 2010, by Christians with a passion to support vulnerable youth and women groups in various parts of the region, where 78% of youth are enslaved in the war of want, unintended self-torture, unproductiveness, crime, hunger and stress due to poverty as a result of joblessness and hopelessness. Over 70% of women in many rural communities live through untold suffering caused by horror of poverty associated with cultural and economic injustices such as discrimination and unpaid labour which is both on and off farm. During emergencies like sever famine and hunger and displacement, women and children suffer most from the consequences of the disaster. In order to overcome th

African Women and Youth Action for Development (AWYAD)

Plot 947, St. Padre Pio, Masanafu, Sentema Road P.O Box 34154 Kampala, Uganda. , .
Contact Phones : .,+256 394 84 91 21
Web Address
Introduction African Women and Youth Action for Development (AWYAD) is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) founded by Christians with a deep concern for vulnerable youth and women in Uganda, South Sudan, Kenya and Tanzania in the East African Region, living in abject poverty and whose voices cannot be heard. AWYAD was established 2010, by Christians with a passion to support vulnerable youth and women groups in various parts of the region, where 78% of youth are enslaved in the war of want, unintended self-torture, unproductiveness, crime, hunger and stress due to poverty as a result of joblessness and hopelessness. Over 70% of women in many rural communities live through untold suffering caused by horror of poverty associated with cultural and economic injustices such as discrimination and unpaid labour which is both on and off farm. During emergencies like sever famine and hunger and displacement, women and children suffer most from the consequences of the disaster. In order


Peter Onono Road, Plot 15 Laroo Division, Gulu, .
Contact Phones : .,0782 609 543
African Women Rising, a small nonprofit with big impact, was launched in 2006 in Santa Barbara and Uganda to empower women after War by providing technical skills and support for success via education, agriculture, and microfinance training. African Women Rising works in partnership with community-based groups to improve the lives of women in post-conflict areas of Africa. Rooted in the conviction that women should be active stakeholders in defining their own development strategies, African Women Rising builds on initiatives that the women themselves have started. Not only do women carry the heaviest post-conflict burden, they are central to the daily work of repairing fractured communities. When women are actively involved in decision-making, be it post-war reconstruction or small-scale civic action, their voices ensure that vital societal priorities are upheld

African Women’s Economic Policy Network

Plot 73 Kiira Road, Kamwokya Kampala, Uganda. P.O Box 33576, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (41) 434 4181
AWEPON was created thanks to All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) Women´s Desk (ecumenical community representing over 120 million Christians in 39 countries in Africa) who initiated its Works on the impact of economic policies on women. The founding principle of the network is the fact that women have the fundamental right to shape economic policies affecting their lives. This principle is still guiding the path taken by AWEPON for research, analysis and promotion of economic justice, thus an attempt is made to train women, so that they will be able to directly participate in the decision making process on economic policy and on the debates at different forum at a national, regional or world level. Objectives: - To be an analysis, debate and diffusion forum on present economic policies. - To strengthen, through training and research, specially the capacity of African women in rural areas to exert political pressure and influence. - To function as a link for groups, netwo

Africans Teaching Africans

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Africans Teaching Africans Bible Training 2Tim 2:2 “and what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men Currently there are many thousands of men and women in Africa who are serving as pastors with little or no Bible training. These sincere pastors need training to be able to teach and preach faithfully from the Bible. We recognize that these pastors will continue to serve even if they are never trained. The purpose of Africans Teaching Africans is to train these pastors where they live, regardless of any money or education they lack. ATA is mostly concerned with teaching pastors and church leaders who are unqualified and unable to go to Bible College. Additionally, there is a great hunger all over Africa for learning the Bible. Africans Teaching Africans is not just for pastors; it is also for any person desiring to learn God’s Word. It is currently being taught to many members of churches, in prisons, and in S


Plot XXX, Kigali
Contact Phones : +250-252-504062,n/a
Web Address

Africare Uganda

Plot 23 Soliz House , Kampala - Uganda, Lumumba Avenue - Padre Pio House,
Contact Phones : 0414348605,0414348605
Web Address :africa2trust
Africare began operations in Uganda in 1979. From 1979 until 1982 Africare provided development support despite the lack of an office in the country, and Africare/Uganda established its office in 1996. Over its history, Africare/Uganda has invested in communities through projects addressing… Agriculture & Food Security Education HIV & AIDS Infrastructure Development Malaria Nutrition Orphans and Vulnerable Children Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Women’s Empowerment

Africkles Women's group (AFWOG)

P.O.Box 10880 Kampala Uganda,Wankulukuku- Kabowa , .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0)702022223
Web Address
Empowering women in fighting poverty and gender based violence, giving them hope and assurance for their stand tomorrow. together with strengthening them to stand and bring out the potential in them for a better tomorrow.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+447411 931 961
Afrinspire supports local partner organizations functioning at the grassroots level to tackle the root causes of poverty, and build on the assets and opportunities of each community. Afrinspire is built upon trust and the careful building of relationships with leaders of grassroots NGOs in Africa. The organization doesn’t just help bridge the resource divide by providing PCs and books, but works hard to create and maintain a close network of dedicated individuals who advise Afrinspire on projects to finance and entrepreneurs to support. Afrinspire’s innovative methodology allows their work to benefit huge numbers of people and encourages southern initiatives by building their capacity. Every person and every community is different, and therefore so is every project. We recognize that the needs of communities are multi-faceted, and therefore our response must be too.

Aga Khan Development Network - Uganda

14, Parliament Avenue
Contact Phones : 256772701201,2560414235900
international organizations

Agandi Uganda Ltd

Namungoona housing estate, flat 9, lubya parish, rubaga division, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 39 324 1250
Agandi Uganda Ltd is a social eco-tourism company founded by people who share the same passion for the Pearl of Africa and the same vision for an inclusive eco-tourism in Uganda. We invite you to both experiment the beautifulness of our eco-lodge located on the edges of Bwindi National Park and our tailor made safaris for once-in-a-lifetime experience in The Pearl of Africa. We are committed to promote the diversity of Uganda to visitors who want to experience what Uganda has the best to share in terms of culture, traditions, landscapes and wildlife.

Agape International Children’s Ministries

Post Office Box 34109 Kampala, Uganda East Africa, .
Contact Phones : .,(909) 844–1886
Web Address
Our organization was birthed out of a strong desire to touch lives in Jesus’ name. We began taking teams to Uganda in 2002. For the first seven years, we ministered in schools, in sponsorship projects, deep in villages and in orphanages throughout the country. In 2009, we started ministering solely at a specific orphanage in Bukerere. In 2017, God placed a burden on our hearts to expand our reach to the surrounding community and beyond. This ministry was developed with the focus of rescuing the most vulnerable and forgotten children of Uganda. From the beginning, this ministry has been driven and funded entirely by donors and sponsors. We believe finding a sponsor for one child has the power to change the entire family! We knew that as we connected people who had a heart to help with those who were in need, God was going to do something spectacular. We have seen that God uses His people as loving channels to bring His divine resources to meet human needs. What an incred

Agape of Hope Female Youth Development Association

Nyakatonzi – Kamulikwizi cell, Nyamwamba Division, Kasese Municipality, Uganda. P.O Box 427, Kasese, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : .,256 782252647
Agape of Hope is an indigenous non-governmental and not for profit making organization founded in 2005 and registered with Ministry of internal affairs under the Non- Governmental Organizations Board with a certificate of registration and incorporation number S.5914/9837. Agape of Hope was founded with an aim of equipping young women victims of economic and social forces with information and knowledge of reproductive health and human rights to enhance their capacity to become responsible citizens. Agape of Hope helps to improve the lives of young women by empowering them with knowledge and skills for self-reliance.The beneficiaries are adolescents girls, young mothers, school drop-outs, maids, young women with disabilities and orphans.

Age Care Development Uganda

P.O.Box 7461 Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-703-871-802
Web Address
Age Care Development (ACD) - Uganda started 2002 with a 98 year old man who later died at the age of 102 he had no one to look after him after his wife and children died with HIV/AIDS. Afterwards many women and men came up with an idea of starting it that lost their children in various circumstances like War, Malaria, Landslides, Road accidents and HIV/AIDS. These elderly never get any benefits from the Government like NSSF because others never had jobs to save for their future. This organization is fully registered with Kyenjojo at the district local Government council level with Reg. No. 00942. Many aged persons have orphans and other dependants to cater for. Most orphans who lost their parents as talked above they are left to the grandparents to bring them up. This is a burden to the old woman!! It is on that background that Age Care group was formed to help these people’s survival to continue earning a living by for example making crafts for sale to raise funds to care for orph

Agency For Integrated Rural Development

13 miles Kampala-Hoima Rd. P.O.Box 27193 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 550387
Web Address
AFIRD was founded in 1997 by a group of professionals who realized the need for an integrated approach to rural development and brought their experiences together to develop the country. It was registered as an NGO in 1998 under registration No: S 5914/2404 and Certificate No: 2222. It is authorized to operate in all parts of Uganda. Assets AFIRD has a fully furnished office in Nkoowe 13 miles along Kampala-Hoima road with a courtyard that serves as a seed multiplication facility and demonstration for small space farming.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address
We go the last mile: ACTED’s mission is to save lives and support people in meeting their needs in hard to reach areas. ACTED develops and implements programs that target the most vulnerable amongst populations that have suffered from conflict, natural disaster, or socio-economic hardship. ACTED’s approach looks beyond the immediate emergency towards opportunities for longer term livelihoods reconstruction and sustainable development. Our mandate Independent, private and non-profit, ACTED respects a strict political and religious impartiality, and operates following principles of non-discrimination, transparency, according to its core values: responsibility, impact, enterprising-spirit and inspiration. ACTED is committed to immediate humanitarian relief to support those in urgent need and protect people’s dignity, while co-creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people’s potential. ACTED endeavors to respond to humanitarian crises and build re

Aggie's Baby Home

P.O. Box 11338, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,303-883-2026.
Located an hour away from Uganda’s bustling capital of Kampala, Aggie’s Baby Home (ABH) was founded in 2009 by Agnes Lubega of Love Works International in Uganda and Claudia Porter of Torchgrab Ministries/Torch Life Church in the USA. Since opening, Aggie’s Baby Home has been dedicated to rescuing and caring for the abandoned babies of Uganda. ABH has at present rescued over 60 babies. Children are nurtured and loved while ABH works to find caring families locally and abroad. The home is changing lives one child at a time, giving them a hope, a home, and a future.

Agoro International Vocational Institute

P.O. Box. 548, Kitgum, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : .,0772-684654
AIVI priorities field of work areas: ◾Education and vocational trainings for youths in Northern Uganda. Currently, AIVI offer non-formal trainings to the disadvantage youths in the fields of Agriculture; Brick laying and concrete practice; Carpentry and joinery. The course duration is between three to six Months ◾Promoting modern farming methods and environmental conservation through good practice of farming and value addition to increase profitability of the youths and local communities in Northern Uganda. ◾Business and enterprise development. Business information centre act as a hub were youths and local communities can access market and business information and display their product for marketing. ◾Knowledge/information dissemination ◾Policy and external relations lobbing and advocacy and ◾Commercial income generation


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 776 249 720
Our vision Working with Ugandan Farmers, improving yields, improving profits, improving lives In the UK we trade under under our Rwenzori Coffee Company brand

Agricultural PRoductivity Enhancement PRogram

58, Lumumba AVenue
Contact Phones : n/a,256312350700

Agriculture, Environment and Livelihoods (AGRENES)

Contact Phones : .,+256702407168
Web Address :
Agriculture, Environment and Livelihoods (AGRENES) is a biodiversity conservation and protection advocacy Non-Governmental Organization registered under the laws of Uganda (reg no S.5914/12518) not for gain incorporated in 2017. Uganda is the “Pearl of Africa” and home of tens of thousand of bird species, wild animals, tree species and source of the longest river in the world that support lives along the course of its journey to the Mediterranean Sea. The Pearl of Africa is a gift of nature and thus a fragile ecosystem that must be protected to ensure its continuity to support livelihoods. Based in Kampala with regional offices in all parts of Uganda, AGRENES focuses on improving rural household productivity through generating ecologically sound activities. AGRENES' philosophy is based on the belief that it is possible to galvanize whole communities through social mobilization and mobilisation of communities for protection of ecosystems through social entrepreneurship training


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+31 (0)26 44 55 445
How we work As an international specialist in cooperative development, we work by using a three-track approach. We make cooperatives bankable and create real farmer-led businesses. We improve extension services to members and enhance farmer-government dialogues. We use Agripool, our knowledge broker agency which is a unique pool of hundreds of agricultural experts from the Netherlands and other countries. Agriterra builds on the know-how and experience of experts in agribusiness. Agripool experts speak “the language of agribusiness” and work from farmer to farmer.

AgroForestry Recreation Center Uganda

Lungujja Kituunzi P.O Box 4644, Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,+256777109884
Web Address :
AgroForestry Recreation Center Uganda is a centre of scientific excellence that harnesses the benefits of trees for people and the environment in Uganda. We develop knowledge practices, from farmers’ fields and also ensure plantation security and environmental sustainability. AgroForestry Recreation Center Uganda a.k.a AFRCUg is the only institution that does statewide significant agroforestry research in and for all of the developing tropics in Uganda. Knowledge produced by AFRCUg enables government, development agencies and farmers to utilize the power of trees to make farming and livelihoods more environmentally, socially and economically sustainable at scales. As per now the agroforestry recreation center Uganda has 200 registered members who are located in different districts that is Kiboga and jinja district. In each district we have got members, we first introduce ourselves to the district headquarters and make our intentions known and later sign a memorandum of understand

AHF Uganda Cares

Plot 54 B, Kira Road, P.O Box 22914 Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,+ 256 204 400100
AHF opened the first AHF Uganda Cares clinic in Masaka in February 2002 through a partnership with the Ugandan Ministry of Health, offering the first ever opportunity for antiretroviral treatment (ART) outside of the capital city of Kampala. AHF Uganda Cares is now one of the country’s largest providers of free HIV/AIDS treatment and care, and the program’s model was identified by the World Health Organization and UNAIDS as a best practice model for ART in 2003. Thanks to intensive support and follow-up by community-based organizations, 98% of AHF Uganda Cares patients adhere to their treatment regimens. Over time, service delivery was scaled up to now cover 15 districts, including Rakai where the first incidence of HIV was diagnosed in 1980

Aid for Africa

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Who We Are Aid for Africa is a charity alliance of U.S.-based nonprofits and their African partners working to help children, families, and communities throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. Aid for Africa members are all dedicated to solving the complex, inter-related challenges facing Africa. Our members realize that, as effective as they each are on their own, they can be even more powerful when they approach Africa’s issues as a group. Together our members, with their partners on the ground in Africa, touch almost every aspect of the African community. Whether they are collecting and distributing books to school children, introducing medical strategies to combat the spread of HIV/AIDS, or identifying and supporting women’s micro-enterprise projects, Aid for Africa’s members have one thing in common—a passionate desire to help the people of Africa solve critical problems and build a better future for their children and communities. At this time, Aid for Africa is not accepting

AIDS Education Group for Youth (AEGY)

Kamuli Municipal Council, Bunangwe Cell, .
Contact Phones : .,.+256 783035519
AIDS Education Group for Youth (AEGY) is legally registered NGO (5914/2468) with the NGO Board Ministry of Internal affairs in Uganda. We are registered at the District level by the Kamuli District Local Government under the District Community Development Office. The organization has been in existence since 1997. We are not affiliated to any political organization or based on any religion. We are focused on health, sanitation and hygiene with much emphasis on children rights and Sexual reproductive health and rights. Supporting children grow to attain their holistic growth and support youth build skills for self-reliance.

Aids Orphans Education Trust

Bugembe, Bugembe
Contact Phones : 256712596463,n/a

Aim home care Uganda)

P.O. Box 4098, Kampala – Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 777 688 592
Aim home care Uganda) is an advocacy and action centered organization championing the rights of children and women in Uganda. The organization works to see children and women live peacefully and benefit from quality education, enjoy gender violence-free generation, economic security, avoid child marriages and teenage pregnancies and prosper with access to legal information, agriculture practices, clean water, good health care and nutrition. We believe that changing long-held societal practices and traditions requires a unique approach; and working closely with local authorities to end child marriage is one of them.


Contact Phones : ., +971 4 398 8668
A delegation of Al Maktoum Foundation, presided by Mohammed Obaid bin Ghannam, the Secretary-General of the Foundation, and membership of Hamdan Hamed Mohammed, the Cultural Counselor, inspected the operations of harvesting wheat which is carried out for the second year in a raw, during their last visit to Sudan to check the different project of the Foundation. The harvest is implemented in coordination with Rawabi Emirates Co. in the State of Nile River. The yield amounted to 122 tons of high quality wheat, which was delivered to the Islamic Dawa Organization in Khartoum to be distributed to the needy entities enlisted in the table of assistances. During the visit, the delegation met Professor Kamal Obaid, the Director-General of the International University of Africa, where they discussed the admission of the graduates of Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Schools in Africa. The Director-General of the University confirmed the ongoing accommodation of the graduates of Sheikh Hamdan bin Ra


P.O. BOX 36056, KAMPALA, .
Contact Phones : .,00964(0)750-759 52 54
Web Address :
Al Bayan Organization is a civil and human development foundation, seeking to develop the abilities of youth for their success through training courses and scientific studies in coordination with local institutions, and benefit from international experiences. Bayan’s vision is a pioneer and excellent foundation, seeks to develop personal and career skills of the community. And the main values of us are Willpower, Quality, Cooperation, Innovation Foundation goals: Preparation of excellent trainers in the field of developing personal and career skills of the people. Training young people in the area of planning, success and creativity skills, and helping them in identifying their goals and priorities in life.

Albertine Community Action on HIV/AIDS and poverty Eradication – ACAAPEA

The Greater Westnile, Arua Hill. HQ City, Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-778-250-263
Web Address :
Albertine Community Action on HIV/AIDS and poverty Eradication – ACAAPEA has established herself as one of the leading small scale Eco-social catalyst in transforming environmental public health management which pride in professionalism and integrity with very professionals and highly experienced management and the staffs providing impact oriented services to transform community and their environment.


P.O.BOX 886 Kampala, Sir - Apollo Kaggwa Road
Contact Phones : -,0414532225
Train up your Child ( Proverbs 22:6)

Amnesty International

20A, Kawalya Kagwa Close
Contact Phones : n/a,256312350100
international organization


Plot 9B Vubya Road Ntinda, P.O.Box 34238 Kampala,, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-414-535659
Web Address ://
The Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU) was formed in January 1999 and later formally registered as an NGO under the NGO Statute in 2003. The organisation brings together like-minded entities and individual actors whose preoccupation is publicizing, exposing and advocating for curbing corruption in Uganda. ACCU provides a forum through which these actors can enhance their capacities in the fight against corruption as one strong voice and force that can effectively engage Government on issues of corruption. Regional Anti-Corruption Coalitions (RACCs) bring geographical diversity as they are spread throughout the country. This ensures that ACCU is present on the ground and in touch with the grassroots communities. Its governance is constituted by a coalition of members who meet regularly during Annual General Meetings to which an elected Board of Directors account. Vision: “A transparent and corruption free society” Mission: “To empower citizens to actively and sustainably dema

Aouthern and Eastern African Trade Information and Negotiations Institute

101, Kira Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414540856

Appropriate Rural Technology Institute(ARTI-Uganda)

Plot 2947, Mbogo Road
Contact Phones : +256(777)613783,+256(414)666841
Web Address


Plot 23 Wilson Road Jinja, Uganda, PO Box 1 Jinja, Uganda
Contact Phones : .,+256 757556883
ARISE AFRICA INTERNATIONAL began 1998 under the leadership of Rev. Godfrey Wanamitsa. We began with little money and few resources, but big vision. God blessed, and today Arise Africa has over 140 employees, over 250 churches, partners from all over the world, and more projects than we can enumerate in this small paragraph. Through the years, the strategy has changed but the vision and mission have remained the same OUR VISION All people can be saved if they believe in Christ Jesus our Lord (1John3:16, 1Timothy 2:1-4) OUR MISSION We exist to preach the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to all people by all means. We exist to establish New Testament churches. We exist to help planted New Testament churches to grow a) To be like Christ. b) To be Self Propagating. c) To be Self Theologizing. d) To be Self Sustaining. OUR CORE VALUES Loving God, His word and all people. (Mark 12:30-31) Walking in Ob


487, Makindye Lusaka Kirombe Z
Contact Phones : +256702571353,+256414269722
Web Address

Our Vision To provide life skills and staff training to at-risk youth and the adults who care for them. We enable youths to achieve their highest potential as law abiding citizens through ARISE group sessions conducted by well trained, caring ARISE Facilitators. Our Goal An appropriate, interdenominational service provider to At Risk youths in Uganda which can be extended to and or adopted by regions beyond the borders regardless of race, culture, religion or any other reason. Our Mission ARISE’s mission is to provide young men and women with the tools they need to survive, succeed, and become super-productive members of the society. To reach out to populations in various situations due to natural, occupational, and or otherwise, with training, guidance, counselling and supply of relevant materials pursuant to our goal. Core Values Integrity and truthfulness, Moral & Work Ethics, Transparency & Accountability.

Association Francois-Xavier Bagnoud(FXB)

Plot 44, Bukoto Street
Contact Phones : n/a,+256(312)263342
Web Address


Uganda - East Africa, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address
We’re a UK-based charity that has been providing accurate and trusted information about HIV and sexual health worldwide for over 30 years. We want people to be able to protect themselves and others from HIV and to have happy and healthy sex lives. We contribute to the social and individual change to help this happen. In 2018-19 we reached 20.7 million people through our education website, social media outreach, digital projects and other civil society partnerships.


Mulago - Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Baylor Uganda operates a clinical Center of Excellence (COE) on the campus of Mulago Hospital in Kampala, provides services to five Kampala city council suburban satellite clinics, five satellite COEs in Kaberamaido, Kasese and Kitgum, and in 81 Ministry of Health facilities across the country. At the government facilities, Baylor Uganda works to integrate pediatric HIV/AIDS care and treatment services into the existing district health systems. The Baylor Children’s Foundation - Uganda, a BIPAI affiliated NGO, was legalized on May 17, 2006 and the COE was officially dedicated and opened on October 2, 2008. The 20,000 square foot (1,858 square meter) state-of-the-art COE delivers HIV/AIDS care and treatment to more than 4,000 HIV-infected children and family members. Nearly 7,000 additional patients receive care and treatment at affiliated outreach sites. Key Facts Location: Kampala Years in operation: 10 Services: tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, OB/GYN, hematology &

Beacon of Hope Uganda

256 Kampala road, Verona House, Mukono Municipality, 1st Floor, Verona House
Contact Phones : +256702812255,+256702812255


Makeerere - Kikoni, P.O.BOX 140 Sir Appolo Ka
Contact Phones : -,0392001853
Web Address
Care and Diginity for children with cancer

British council Uganda

2&4A, n/a
Contact Phones : n/a,256414560800
international organizations

Bush net ltd

1000, Baka Close
Contact Phones : n/a,25631225200
Web Address
internet service provider

Caritas Rwanda

Plot XXX, Kigali
Contact Phones : n/a,n/a


Plot 4008, Justice Road, Canaan Sites, Nakwero, Gayaza – Kalagi Road. P.O. Box 16617, Wandegeya Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 532283
Web Address
The Center for Health, Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) is an indigenous, non-profit, research and advocacy organization which is pioneering the enforcement of human rights and the justiciability of the right to health in Eastern Africa. CEHURD was founded in 2007 and was registered under the laws of Uganda as a company limited by guarantee Certificate No. 114712. It was formed to contribute towards ensuring that laws and policies are used as principal tools for the promotion and protection of health and human rights of populations in Uganda and in the East African region. CEHURD realizes this through four core programs.

Center for Land Economy & Rights of Women

46B, Wanale Road
Contact Phones : +256712651673,+256713961099
Web Address


Plot 1, Stensera Road, Lubaga P.O. Box 14125, Lubaga - Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 392 112 048
Our Vision “A society where people live a decent livelihood sustainably.” Our Mission “To promote integrated spiritual social and economic interventions.” Who are we The Central Archdiocesan Province Caritas Association (CAPCA) is a development arm of the Central Archdiocesan Province comprising seven partner organizations also referred to as agencies. The agencies are; Caritas Kampala, Caritas Kasana Luwero (Kasanaensis), Caritas Kiyinda-Mityana, Caritas MADDO, Community Integrated Development Initiatives (CIDI), Caritas Lugazi and Tusuubira Women’s Group. Hence CAPCA projects are managed on a consortium basis. CAPCA was established in 2006 and its operations started in 2009 upon a merger of CAPCA I and KATUKA II, that had earlier also been supported by Caritas Denmark / DANIDA. CAPCA has a board of trustees, a board of directors and a team of professionals that are charged with implementing CAPCA programme

Centre for Development Initiatives

101, Kira Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256312264265

Centre for Domestic Violence PRevention

16, Tufnel Drive
Contact Phones : n/a,256414531249


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,
Web Address
Explore a wealth of material that takes you into the 24 countries where ChildFund is changing children’s lives. Look at their pictures, read their stories and watch ChildFund’s videos to discover how. Check out the latest news from the field, and read in depth about the many innovative solutions that are improving children’s well-being in some of the poorest places on earth.

Child Rights Empowerment and Development Organization

2B, Hoima Road
Contact Phones : ,
Web Address
CEDO, Child Rights Empowerment and Development Organization, is a National NGO established in 1992, and with operations in Masindi, Buliisa, Kiryandongo and recent Wakiso District. CEDO’s primary focus is on developing initiatives to address specific societal issues, such as: Child Protection Advocacy, Early Childhood Development for underprivileged Children, HIV/AIDS prevention & Mitigation, Community Economic Poverty and Development, Food Security and Nutrition, and Life Skills acquisition targeting the youth (18-30). CEDO works closely with Development Partners, Local Governments, CBOs and the Community in promoting all interventions.


P.O Box 84 Kamuli Uganda - East Africa, BSUF Office: Kamuli Road, Kamuli.
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0)706 432209.
Annette’s vision was to help the deprived children in a rural area of Uganda close to her heart. She began by sponsoring the education of two orphans and then in 2005 she and her brother, Ambrose Katuntu, set up the Buyemba Suubira Uganda Foundation (BSUF). The Foundation focuses on Butansi in the Kamuli district of SE Uganda and stands as a tribute to their parents, Mr Nelson and Mrs Angella Buyemba, who helped the poor from their home village. BSUF was formed in response to the increasing number of orphans and vulnerable chidren in the area who had lost one or both of their parents to HIV/AIDS. These children were missing out on an education to help them develop. Annette had a dream to fulfill her parent’s aspirations, to help the children achieve their potential and create their own better reality. annete-and-andrew In 2005, Annette came to the UK to further her own studies. While in Brighton, she set about changing her dream into a reality, by sharing her vision, recruiting spon

Christian Children's Fund

71/72, Namirembe Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414270544

Civic Response on Environment and Development

Plot 2140, Old Kira road Bukoto Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 392 177341
Civic Response on Environment and Development (CRED) is a non-partisan, not-for profit, public interest oriented policy research and advocacy organization registered under Ugandan laws and based in Kampala-Uganda. CRED addresses the disconnect between policy documents and national level interventions with the reality in communities. We achieve this by implementing a range of activities with the view of empowering and facilitating the local people to demand for reforms and rule of law.

Communication for Development Foundation Uganda(CDFU)

Plot 58, Kira Road
Contact Phones : +256(312)263941,+256(312)263942
Web Address


., P. O. Box 303, Arua – Uganda
Contact Phones : .,+256 372 273 903
Web Address :
Community Empowerment for Rural Development (CEFORD) is a leading, not for profit Non Governmental Organization (NGO), registered with the National NGO Board; and operating in West Nile and Acholi sub regions of Northern Uganda. Our History Community Empowerment for Rural Development (CEFORD) is a non-profit and an indigenous NGO registered as a Limited Liability Company (by Guarantee) under Registrar of Companies – in year 2000; and also registered in November 2000 with Uganda Non-Governmental Organizations Board as S.5914/3432 according to the NGOs Statute of 1989. The history of CEFORD dates back to 1993 when the Uganda government with financial and technical support from the Netherlands Government implemented Community Action Programme (CAP) and later Women Empowerment Programme (WEP) in the West Nile sub-region. Both Programmes were considered a success by the communities and District Local governments of West Nile, external evaluators and Royal Netherlands Embassy in

Compassion International

2158, Luzira Port BEll Road Kit
Contact Phones : n/a,256392757600

Concern Worldwide Uganda

capetown, CApetown Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414501907

Coordination office for Development Cooperation of the Austrian Embassy Nairobi

3, Portal Avenue
Contact Phones : n/a,256312285104
international organizations


Plot 4384, P.O BOX 9063
Contact Phones : -,256-414-269507/256-41-426
Web Address

Danish Association for International Co-operation

54B, Kira road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414530764

Defence for Children International Uganda

623/624, ACFODE House
Contact Phones : n/a,256414533811

Delegation of the International federation of the Red Cross & Red Crescent

97, Buganda Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414348437
international organizations

Deliverance world mission-uganda

68 nansan, 5kilometres hoima road
Contact Phones : +256782461200,-
Web Address
we are church organization preaching gospel and helping people through voluntary work reaching our community

Department for international Development Uganda

Rwenzori Courts, Kampala
Contact Phones : n/a,256414331000
international organizations


Naluvule Wakiso-Uganda, Canaan Estate - Victoria Lane, House Number 6., .
Contact Phones : .,+256 394 822 001
Development and Relief Initiative – Uganda (DRI-Ug) is a registered not for profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) in Uganda (2012). DRI-Uganda started in Eastern Uganda in 2010 as a CBO, and continues to work directly, and in collaboration with vulnerable populations and diverse organizations to build healthy, empowered and developed communities that are free from the effects of War, Displacement, Climatic Weather Shocks that lead to Food Insecurity, Disease, Poverty, negative Cultural beliefs & Practices, inadequate service delivery, poor agricultural practices. In early 2011, DRI Uganda in fulfilling its strategic direction of growth initiated the upgrading to a fully fledged National NGO operating in all parts of Uganda. DRI-Uganda’s program interventions are implemented by an entirely indigenous staff, guided by evidence-based strategies developed alongside communities themselves and focused on the sustainable utilization and leveraging of local resources and expertise.

Development Initiatives International

Kamwokya, Bukoto
Contact Phones : n/a,256414533404

Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations

490, Makerere road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414530575
civil society organisations concerned with trade


Plot 2698, Block 244, Lubwama Close (First gate on your left), Kironde Road, Muyenga, Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : ., +256 (0) 772-508476
Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA) is Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that provides a platform for collective reflection, action and voice to voluntary local associations to advocate for people-centered, accountable and sustainable development in Uganda. DENIVA was founded in 1988 by 21 Civil Society Organizations as a network of Ugandan NGOs and Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and has grown to over 700 Member Organizations (MO), located in all regions of Uganda. DENIVA’s program areas are (i) Governance and Human Rights; (ii) Sustainable Livelihoods; and (iii) Strengthening of Civil Society Organizations. Gender Mainstreaming and Youth Empowerment are cross cutting themes. DENIVA is also the Secretariat of the NGO Quality Assurance Mechanism (QuAM) and Secretariat for the Eastern Africa Regional Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).

Eastern AFrica Corporate Development Network

83B, Tufnel Drive
Contact Phones : n/a,n/a


Plot 2140, Old Kira Road, Bukoto, P.O BOX 34485, Kampala (Uganda).
Contact Phones : .,+256777728034
Eco’s Vision Improved quality of life and sustainable livelihoods for the underserved and vulnerable groups while building a sustainable future ECO’s Mission To engage and empower under served communities and vulnerable groups to discover and overcome the major challenges facing society and nature while protecting their rights and dignity for sustainable development. ECO’s Goal To harness the great potential and efforts of local communities to take the lead in planning, implementing and evaluating effective and sustainable development programmes.


Plot 475/523, kabalagala
Contact Phones : -,+256(0)414510215
Web Address


Plot 475/523 Sonko Lane, Kabalagala. P.O. Box 11259, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0) 414 510 215
Web Address :
1Environment Alert’s Profile.Environmental Alert (EA) was founded in 1988and in 2018marked 30 yearsof contribution to improved livelihoods and development in Uganda through several interventions in sustainable agriculture, environment and natural resources management. EA is officially registered with the NGO Bureau as a Ugandan non-governmental organization, incorporated as a company limited by guarantee. EA is governed by an independent Board that is responsible for providing strategic oversight of the organization including ensuring its integrity as a voluntary service organization.This profile presents more information about EA’s competences, experiences and achievements over the years. Vision-‘Resilient anddignified communities, managing their environment and natural resources sustainably.’Mission –‘EA exists to advocate for an enabling environment, sustainable natural resources management and food security for targeted commu

Environmental Protection Campaign AFrica chapter

5, Speke Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414668651

Epilepsy Support Association Uganda(ESAU)

Plot 3, Ntinda 2 Road
Contact Phones : +256(772)450383,+256(414)287700
Web Address

Esprit Ensemble Consults

1st Floor, Room 132, Tirupati - Mazima Mall, Nsambya-Ggaba Road
Contact Phones : +256 752 771 243,+256 392 001 889
Web Address

Tax consulting firm. We are here to enable businesses make their taxes less taxing, and build legendary business through compliance.

Family DEvelopment Initiative

4397, Muyenga BLock
Contact Phones : n/a,256414267801

Fields of Life

Plot 2677, Tank Hill Road
Contact Phones : +256 782 460 902,+256 312 266 410

Food & Agriculture orgnization

88, buganda Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414257744
international orgnizations

Food for the Hungry Uganda

40, Zimwe Road
Contact Phones : 800.248.6437,+256 414 267 854

The world is hungry, but the emptiness goes far beyond the table. The need is physical and spiritual. People hunger for opportunity, starve for resources, and have been stripped of value. These injustices keep us up at night.

Food for the Hungry seeks to end ALL forms of human poverty by going to the hard places and walking with the world’s most vulnerable people. We’ve been serving through purposeful relief and development for over four decades. We believe in the fight against poverty, which is why we serve the vulnerable in over 20 countries globally. We’re moved and inspired by our Christian belief that every person has intrinsic value, and that it’s our responsibility to advocate for the poor and marginalized without regard to race, creed or nationality and without adverse distinction of any kind. We serve on the basis of need alone. We strive to respect the culture and customs of the people we serve in order to preserve their humanity and dignity


Plot 1853, Lulume Rd
Contact Phones : +256-752791963,+256-414510263/312266025
Web Address

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

Plot 5B, John Babiiha Avenue
Contact Phones : +256(312)264565,+256(414)345535
Web Address


Plot 205, Entebbe Road
Contact Phones : +256 772 415601,+256 202 624 766


16 Tufnell Drive, Kamwokya P. O. Box 6770, Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : .,(+256) 41 4531186
We are a vibrant network of activists and organizations working to prevent violence against women (VAW), united in our mission to uphold equality in our homes and communities. The Network is over 500 members strong, working in 18 different countries in the Horn, East and Southern Africa to build a just and violence-free world for women. We are dedicated organizations, individuals, academics, and activists. We come from rural and urban areas, community-based organizations, academic institutions and more. We are both women and men from all walks of life. We are people who believe that violence is an injustice and that we have the power and responsibility to prevent it! The GBV Prevention Network works to increase momentum for VAW prevention by strengthening analysis, building connections and taking action to prevent VAW. Network Objectives Enhance member organizations’ rights-based analysis of VAW. Foster increased solidarity between and among members. Increase ac


P.O.BOX 539 Kampala , Blo, Sir - Apollo Kaggwa Road
Contact Phones : -,0372517484
Fight against gender violence

German Technical Cooperation

23, Nakasero Road
Contact Phones : n/a,0414303901


Plot 8, Namuwongo P. O. Box 22086, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,(+256) 312 515529
Web Address
Girl Child Network is a community-based activist development organization that seeks to promote the rights and empowerment of the girl child in the home, school and community. We envision a society where girls are empowered and enjoy their rights with support from whole communities, so as to realize the fullness of their potential. Our mission is to support girls through educational empowerment, prevention of child rights abuses, rehabilitation of abused girls and the promotion of girls’ talents. Today, our organization reaches thousands of girls with our programs.


Jinja - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Our Mission We empower vulnerable, abandoned women and children in Christ-centered programs that teach sustainability and family preservation. Mission Statement HEAL Ministries builds relationships and implements Christ-centered programs addressing the spiritual, emotional and physical well-being of abandoned women and children. We desire for vulnerable families to become holistically transformed and empowered to stay together and live sustainably within their communities. Our Vision For EVERY person that passes through our gates to learn about Christ, sustainability, and FAMILY PRESERVATION. We believe every family can have a story of success no matter what obstacles they face. We believe success is measured by LOVE. Why Uganda? Uganda has an extremely high number of orphans, widows, and abandoned women. Additionally, it is ranked in the top 15 poorest countries in the world. The economy is underdeveloped and extremely fragile due to recent civil wars that caused death

Heifer International

1, Yusuf lule Road
Contact Phones : n/a,0414233481


Plot 65 Kamwokya , P.O.BO, Kanjokya - Street
Contact Phones : -,0401523569
Web Address
Reconstruction of Community Livehood


Human Rights Network-Uganda Plot 94, Old Kiira Road, Ntinda (Near Ministers Village), P.O BOX 21265 Kampala -Uganda.
Contact Phones : .,+ 256 – 414 – 285362
Web Address
Human Rights Network Uganda (HURINET–U) is a network of Human Rights organizations that was established in 1993 by a group of eight human rights organisations and was formally registered as an independent, non partisan and non for profit organization in 1994. The identity of HURINET-U lies with an increased diverse membership of Non Governmental Organisations across the country. Membership is drawn from national and international organisations that are committed to a wide range of Human Rights issues which are complementary in terms of areas of focus including Child Rights, Women Rights, Peace and Conflict Resolution, Civil and Political Rights. HURINET’S ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The AGM is a forum where HURINET-U members meet to review the operations of the secretariat for the previous year and plan for the following year. These forums are organized by the secretariat and attended by participants from Member Organizations, HURINET-U Board Members, Development partners and Staff

Hunger Free World

Plot 73, Queens Way,Katwe
Contact Phones : n/a,+256(414)255106
Web Address

International Committee of Red Cross

8, John Babiha Avenue
Contact Phones : n/a,256414230517
international organization

International Criminal court Kampala Field Office

1, Colville Street
Contact Phones : n/a,n/a
international organizations

International Human Rights Network

38, Lumumba Avenue
Contact Phones : n/a,256414230090

International Justice Mission

43, Kanjokya
Contact Phones : n/a,n/a

International Monetary Fund

37/43, Kampala Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414233955
international organizations

International Organization of Migration

40, Makenzie Vale
Contact Phones : n/a,256414236622
international organizations

International Rescue Committee

7, Lower east road NAguru
Contact Phones : n/a,256414286212

isis Women's International Cross Cultural Exchange (IS

472, Bukoto STreet
Contact Phones : n/a,256414543953

ISIS-Womens International Cross Cultural Exchange(WICCE)

Plot 23, Bukoto Street
Contact Phones : n/a,+256(414)543953
Web Address

Japan International Cooperation Agency

4, Nile Avenue
Contact Phones : n/a,256414254326
international organizations


Plot 90 Kireka Wakiso District Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ., +256 794 200 822
Web Address
KAFOC in its primary programming gives focus to addressing root causes of child poverty and adversity across its three life stages of 0-24 years using curative and preventive approaches. Therefore, KAFOC embraced the CHILDFUND theory of change aimed at attaining healthy and secure infants (0-5 years); Educated and confident children (6-14 years); Skilled and involved youths (15-24 years).


Plot 1618, Bukoto – Kisasi Road, P. O. Box 12699 Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0) 312 106
Ka Tutandike Uganda (KTU) is a non-governmental community-based organization, founded in 2006, whose mandate is to empower vulnerable communities in Uganda. We are primarily child focused, employing a multisectoral approach to unlock the potential that exists within poor communities. We believe that what happens – or doesn’t happen – to children in the earliest years of their lives is of critical importance, both to their immediate well-being and to their future. We employ a holistic approach to Early Childhood Development To-date we have demonstrated tangible and positive change in the communities we serve. Our interventions have enabled significant improvements in the health and nutrition of children living in conditions of extreme poverty in and around urban markets whilst the incomes of their parents have increased and they have acquired knowledge and skills to generate new income. We believe that if we are committed to reducing poverty and to increasing the chances of all


PO Box 22145, Kiggo Zone
Contact Phones : +256 772 221332/712 22133,+256-414 221332
Web Address

Kitenge Africa Foundation

6, Kamu Kamu Plaza, Entebbe
Contact Phones : +256772181928,+256414579306
About: Introduction: Kitenge Africa Foundation (KAF.Org) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization, Reg. (Cert. No.CEN/430) based in Kampala, the Republic of Uganda, East Africa. Kitenge Africa Foundation is a charity organization that was star

Kituo Cha Katiba

7, East Link Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414533295

Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

51A, Prince charles Drive kolo
Contact Phones : n/a,256414259611
international organizations

Kulika Uganda

472, Nsambya Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414266261

Living Earth Uganda

683, Willis Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414531246


4B, Kololo Hill Drive
Contact Phones : +256753553000,+256-417-715800
Web Address
MJAP supports HIV/AIDS service provision in Mulago, Mbarara and Butabika hospitals and their HIV clinics. In addition in Mbarara district, MJAP supports HIV services in all HC IVs namely: Kinoni HC IV, Bugamba HC IV, Mbarara MMC HC IV, Bwizibwera HC IV,

Malaria Consortium - Africa

Plot 2, Sturrock Road
Contact Phones : n/a,+256(312)300420

Malaria COnsortium AFrica

2, Sturrock Road Kololo
Contact Phones : n/a,256312300420

Market Vendors Aids Project

38, Bukoto
Contact Phones : n/a,256414570998


81, Bukoto street
Contact Phones : ,+256414250033
Web Address
Most at Risk Populations (MARPs) Network is a Government initiated Civil Society Organisation (CSO) whose purpose is to promote coordinated and effective leadership in HIV prevention among key populations in Uganda. i.e. sex workers, Fisher Fork, Members of uniformed services, Drug abusers (who inject), truck drivers and sexual minorities through Knowledge Management, Advocacy and Education, Strengthening member Organisations and Coordination. Incorporated in March 2008 as an initiation of the AIDS Control Program (ACP)/Ministry of Health and collaboration of various Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), MARPs Network now boasts of a national coverage, reaching over 100 organisations targeting Key Populations in Uganda.

Medair Uganda

1608, Kironde Road Muyenga
Contact Phones : n/a,256414267423

Mental Health Uganda(MHU)

Plot 56, Kanjokya Street
Contact Phones : +256(772)462373,+256(312)262062


plot 1, Masaba road, P.O Box 274
Contact Phones : +256-752781122,+256-392-966-282/ +256-41
Web Address

MONUC Kampala

14, Kawalya Kagwa Close
Contact Phones : n/a,256312264202
international organizations

Ms. Uganda (Danish Association for International Co-operation

54B, Kiira road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414530764
civil society organizations concerned with trade


4646, Muwayire Rd
Contact Phones : +256772563606,+256414692487
Web Address
Mwana wa gwanga is a Uganda based foundation registered under the umbrella of non-governmental organization with mandate to carry out specific duties based on the young children...

National ASsociation of the Deaf Blind in Uganda

56, Kanjokya
Contact Phones : 2567722856605,n/a

National Community SErvice Programme

Kampala, Kampala
Contact Phones : n/a,256414236467

National Union of disabled Persons of Uganda

530, Kisaasi Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414540179


Wakiso District, 6 miles Hoima Road, Nansana
Contact Phones : .,.
Our History In 1997, co-founder and CEO Brian Iredale first volunteered in Africa. During this time Brian witnessed first hand the high level of poverty and illness in Uganda. Once back in Ireland, Brian decided to study paediatric nursing, which would enable him to return to Uganda and offer better assistance to HIV infected children. In 2002, Brian realised that he could try to do something small to assist the many orphans and vulnerable children directly affected by the HIV epidemic who were not gaining access to any services from government institutions or NGOs. In 2003, Nurture Africa was co-founded by Ugandan lady Nakawunde Annet, Irishman Brian Iredale and concerned Ugandan youth, who met when Brian was volunteering in Uganda in 1997. They focused the organisation upon providing access to healthcare and education for the most vulnerable children within the communities the organisation would operate in, in Uganda. In 2005, alongside


Plot 475/523 Sonko Lane, Kabalagala. P.O. Box 11259, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0) 414 510 215
Web Address :
The Network for Civil Society Organisations in Environment and Natural Resources sector (referred to as the ENR-CSO Network) is a loose coalition of civil society organizations engaged in policy lobbying and advocacy towards good governance and better service delivery in the environment and natural resources sector in Uganda. It is a membership network composed of mainly local NGOs and CBOs with a few International NGOs.

Norwegian REfugee Council

4, Mast BEnd
Contact Phones : n/a,256312265156

One Way Mission - Uganda

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+358 40 767 5556
The pearl of Africa In the spring of 2009, Pastor Wilson Sentongo requested help from One Way Mission. In 1991 Pastor Sentongo started many churches in the Mubende region, one of which is in the Muleete village. As the years have gone by the church has expanded and is now known as the Agape Center which consists of a church, a school with about 400 students and a health center. The school and the center built around it were self-supporting for a long time until the unusual weather conditions and storms that hit East Africa destroyed the crops, forced the people to sell their cattle which was dependent on grazing land and damaged the school buildings. One Way decided to make the Agape Center of Muleete one of its mission fields. First off, we started financial support so that they could survive through the crisis. Help is also needed in training the congregations as well as the pastors and in equipping the churches. Because the mission has continued fruitfully and self-sufficien


Plot 1564, Odur Lane, Kiwatule-Ntinda, P. O. Box 30888 Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0)414 695170
Founded in 2009, Open Space Centre is a non-partisan, not for profit youth agency whose work focuses on the broadening of space and opportunities for young people to unlock their full potential through debate and leadership skills enhancement


Lyantonde District, Lyantonde Town Council, Kaliiro Ward A, along Kampala-Mbarara Highway, opposite of the Centenary Bank Building, P.O. Box 41, Lyantonde
Contact Phones : ., +256 772 308 254.
Web Address :
Welcome to the Organisation for Community Empowerment (OCE). We are a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) that was founded in 2016 by a group of academics, social scientists, and other individuals. Established to respond to the causes and effects of mass poverty, poor livelihoods, and diseases like HIV/AIDS, the organisation is currently operating in Lyantonde District, Central Uganda.

Oxfam GB

3459, Tank hill
Contact Phones : n/a,256414510242
civil society organizations concerned with trade

Panos Eastern Africa

2863, Bidandi Sali Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414344231

Pearls for Her

Plot 4, Katuuso Crescent, Buziga
Contact Phones : +256 775 075 304,+256 790 284 930
Pearls for her is an initiative that strives to empower women with tools for success in all aspects of life through well curated events that give a platform for important discussions and practical lessons on all aspects of a woman. The aim is to create a space where women can comfortably bring together ideas and also wind down from their everyday pressures. Pearls for her plans to set up different events all through the year with different themes that would give the woman an opportunity to become the best version of themselves. We aim to curate not just conversations but also practical skills that women can use in their day to day life. Our mission is to give women a voice and platform to be able to share their opportunities and challenges through our well curated events and our soon to be active website. We are constantly working together to empower women, socially, politically and economically. Together, we can help women grow and achieve more than they can ever imagine.

Pioneer Foundation for Youth DEvelopment Uganda

372, Prof Apollo Nsibambi Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256712567208

Plan Uganda

126, Luthuli AVenue
Contact Phones : n/a,256414305000

Platform for Labour Action

66, Kanjokya
Contact Phones : n/a,256312260196


P.O.BOX 8957 Plot 710, Block 5 Gayaza Road Adjacent to Group Hotel, .
Contact Phones : .,+256782646887
Who we are: Practicing Environmental Mangers’ Organization (PEMO) is currently the only youth-led environmental organization in Uganda by environmental graduates. It is probably also the only youth-led organization of this kind in Africa. PEMO enables youth career environmentalists to motivate the world towards local and international commitments in environmental conservation and sustainable development. As a leading environmental organization in the country and probably in Africa, PEMO undertakes very innovative environmental projects stretching from environmental research, awareness programs and proactive restoration of degraded environments M

Raising Voices

Plot 16, Tufnell Drive
Contact Phones : +256(414)531186,+256(414)532183

Refugee LAw Project

9, Perryman GArdens
Contact Phones : n/a,256414343556

Remembering The Ones We Lost

1st Floor, Room 145, Tirupati - Mazima Mall, Nsambya-Ggaba Road
Contact Phones : -,+256 780 905 731

Remembering The Ones We Lost is a public memorial that aims to name all victims of conflict and armed violence in South Sudan from 1955 to date. This unified and public recognition of individual lives being lost through violence is accomplished through the collective efforts of individuals, communities and institutions to name victims.

Rwanda NGO Forum

Next to Faycal Hosp., Kakyiru
Contact Phones : +250 788303054, +250 788304999

Rwanda Women’s Network (RWN)

Next to WFP H/Qs, Kicukiro
Contact Phones : +(250)252583662,n/a


Plot 2, Rwenzori Road . P.O BOX 185 Fort Portal, Kabarole, .
Contact Phones : ., 0772558363
Web Address
Welcome to Rwenzori Anti-corruption coalition(RAC) whose area of Operation is Kabarole, Kasese, Bundibugyo, Bunyangabu, Kyenjojo, Kamwenge, Kitagwenda, Ntoroko and Kyegegwa. Our Mission is to contribute to poverty reduction in the Rwenzori region By empowering citizens to expose and cause action against corruption. Our Vision is a just and corruption free society. Our partners include KANCA ,RANNET,KRC ,KIC,RWECO, ACCU, NGO Forum, SATNET, UDN, TI, and Government bodies we work with are: The Uganda Police, Auditor General , IGG and Judiciary. The major donors are Democratic Governance Facility, Action Aid , ACCU working with CARE International ,Hivos . Previous donors USAID, DFID, DANIDA, OBOMU AND KWATANIZA. RAC has partnership in the region with BETTER FM, LIFE FM, VOT and Voice of Kamwenge.

Sanyu Babies Home

51, NAmirembe Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414274032

Save the Children in Uganda

68/70, Kira Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414341714

Sawa World Uganda

Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road, Makerere, Plot 271 Nanfumbambi Road, Makerere Kikoni,
Contact Phones : +1 778 888 7292,+256 789 981 872
Web Address
Sawa World uses an innovative approach to instantly transform the lives of unemployed and marginalized youth by giving them the skills to start micro-businesses in one day with locally-created and simple solutions to self-employment. We aim to impact 1 billion youth by 2030.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Our philosophy of funding is rooted in deep respect and admiration of our grantee partners. We strive to be advocates of their work and partners in their struggle for social justice. Our model of Active Partnership is informed by our Theory of Change. We develop long-term relationships—supporting the whole organization, not just projects—led by our team on the ground in East Africa. Our community improves our partners’ ability to design the most effective, locally appropriate solutions to poverty in their communities. We champion the following practices:


P.O BOX 34429, Plot 44 Ministers’ Village, Ntinda, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 286305
Self Help Africa is dedicated to ending hunger and poverty in rural Africa. 250 million people in Africa, farmers and their families, suffer hunger and malnutrition, struggling in extreme rural poverty without enough food; left behind by rising economic growth. Self Help Africa is a leading international development charity with an expertise in small-scale farming and growing family-farm businesses. We are motivated by injustice, by our expertise in small-scale agriculture and family-farm business, and the opportunity we have to help small farmers change the lives of their families.

Self Help Development International Uganda

Kampala, KAmpala
Contact Phones : n/a,256414286305

Share an Opportunity - Uganda

Plot 1448, Kitala Zone
Contact Phones : +256 414-530 898 / 597 68,+256 414-530 898 / 597 68
Web Address
promoting the well being of vulnerable children,implementing child projects and supporting community based development initiatives,Livelihood, Basic Education, Early Childhood care, Development, Health, Child Protection and Participation and Institutional Capacity building.


Plot 32, Luthuli Rise
Contact Phones : +256 758 563 250,+256 414 563 250
Web Address


2530 suite 272 and 273 3rd floor, Tirupati-Mazima Mall, Ggaba road
Contact Phones : +256783858478,+256393241411

Einstein rising is a social business accelerator that collaborates with social afican enterprenuer who want to build business in the home country to develop companies with goals of increasing health and preserving the enviroment.

Teach A Man To Fish

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+44 (0)207 263 2306
Teach A Man To Fish opened our regional office in Uganda in 2014. With growing figures of youth unemployment across the country, and pockets of low student retention rates in some regions, our programmes equip young people with the tools they need for success at school and beyond. In addition to running the School Enterprise Challenge in Uganda, our work is focusing on making sure that the most marginalised young people can benefit equally from our programmes. We are working with Opportunity International on their DFID-funded Empowerment for Girls’ Education (EGE) project, to improve the learning, retention and transition of girls through the delivery of financial literacy and life skills training. We guided 132 low-resource schools to introduce school businesses between 2016 and 2019, supporting over 28,988 girls at key points of transition in their schooling in partnership with Opportunity International. From January 2020, we are running the Youth Enterprise Challenge, a 12-


Plot 13 B Acacia Avenue, Kololo P.O.Box 9974, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 237225
Web Address
Who we are The African Centre for Global Health and Social Transformation is an initiative promoted by African and international leaders in health and development. These leaders have first-hand experience in planning and implementing health and development programs in Africa and at international level. ACHEST is an independent "Think Tank and Network." Vision Africa as a people driven continent enjoying the highest attainable standard of health and quality of life. Mission To promote social justice and equity through support of evidence-based and technically sound policies and strategies that are owned and driven by African populations themselves. Strategy To achieve our mission, ACHEST will strategically: 1. Forge alliances and partnerships with individuals and organizations in Africa and around the world. 2. Conduct policy and strategy-oriented research focused on Africa's engagement with global partners in health, economic and social development 3. Promote and adv

The Agnes Zabali Boys and Girls Club project

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,
Web Address :
Beginning through the sheer hard work and determination of one woman, the Agnes Zabali Boys & Girls Club of Kamengo was initiated in 2006 by Agnes Zabali and supported by her friends in Uganda and Canada. Since its inception an Ottawa-based Committee has been working in partnership with The Canada Africa Community Health Alliance (CACHA) and the AZBGC Youth Committee in Kamengo, Uganda to ensure the growth and sustainability of the project.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+255 782 486 183
Web Address
The Origin of ESAFF The Eastern and Southern Africa small-scale Farmers Forum (ESAFF) is a network of grassroots small scale farmers’ organizations working in 15 countries of Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) region. The movement which started in 2002 during the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg – South Africa is a small scale farmer initiated, farmer led and farmer owned. ESAFF, a fully operational since April 2009, is registered in Tanzania under Non-Governmental Organizations Act 2002 of the United Republic of Tanzania since 27 August 2007 with registration number 00NGO/1097. The secretariat of ESAFF is in Morogoro – Tanzania and is led by the Coordinator who reports to the Regional Board. The purpose of ESAFF Is to enable small farmers in Eastern and Southern Africa to speak as a united voice so that issues, concerns and recommendations become an integral part of policies and practices at grassroots levels, national levels as well as at region


Plot7/9 Second Street-Industrial Area Kinyara House First Floor- Suite F-5, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0)41 4344613
Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development is the inspiration behind the establishment of our organization. We believe that environmental rights can be better exercised when people have access to information, can participate in decisions that affect their surroundings and have access to justice incase their rights are violated. Greenwatch exists to ensure that every individual in Uganda knows that they have environmental rights and these rights can be fully exercised through access to information, justice and public participation. As an agricultural based country we are highly dependent on our environment therefore we must ensure that we use our natural resources in a sustainable manner not only for our generation but for the future generation as well. Three years after the Rio Declaration, Uganda birthed its first progressive constitution. Article 39 of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda provides for the right to a clean and healthy environment

The Hunger Project Uganda

6-8, Kyaggwe Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414232060

The Inter University Council of East AFrica

4, Nile Avenue
Contact Phones : n/a,256414256251
international organizations


Jinja - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
The Vine is a community center in the heart of Kamuli, Uganda that empowers the local community by providing education, life skills, medical treatment, and spiritual discipleship. With a special emphasis on vulnerable women and children, The Vine seeks to share the love and hope of Jesus Christ.

The Young Farmers’ Federation of Uganda (UNYFA)

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0) 774 532 670
Web Address :
UNYFA is driven by the desire to have a holistically transformed youth in agriculture for a sustainable economy: its target group is of youth between 12 to 39 years of age who are rural and/or urban agro-based and young farmers in and out of school/ Institutions. Due to diverse interests of farmer groups/farmers’ based organizations, young farmers need specific training; UNYFA provides platforms for these youths where they can express and acquire tailor-made training.

Transparency International Uganda Chapter

5, Dewinton Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414255836

Trinity Children's Hope Ministries (TRICH)

17, Wilson RD
Contact Phones : +256714899411,+256757684161
Trinity children’s hope ministries (TRICH Ministries) is a pivot for community development and was founded in 2011 on the principle of creating opportunities through empowerment and wide-ranging social development programs. TRICH Ministries is a non dimensional, nonprofit charitable community organization that supports and gives relief to disadvantaged children, elderly persons, widowed, teenage mothers, the youths and communities in devastating conditions. Our values are built on the foundation that children and vulnerable communities’ members are our greatest assets and must be provided with services that will improve their existing conditions.

Tuyambe E.V

1290, Gayaza Rd
Contact Phones : +256 772 633 920,+49 1520 231 2476
Web Address :
Tuyambe is a German Charity Organization registered in 2000 and driven by the philosphy of Every human has the right to a safe and secure livelihood, but for many these rights are denied. Born into extreme poverty and violence, people have no one to protect them. We are touching lives of various communities in countries like Uganda, Rwanda, DRC, Kenya and South Africa. Founded in April 2000, Tuyambe seek to help and support the disadvantaged people and vulnerable children across East Africa and Uganda in particular. Through its vision and mission it seeks to restore hope to the broken while empowering lives and transforming communities with a holistic approach.

Uganda Biodiversity Fund

Plot 16-18 Wampewo Avenue, Nyonyi Gardens, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (039) 3216445
The Uganda Biodiversity Fund (UBF) is a national independent conservation trust fund incorporated in Uganda under the terms of the Trustees Incorporation Act. UBF is governed by a board of trustees, supported by a management team headed by an Executive Director. It is currently based in Kampala, Uganda, and aims to be the leading grant making institution in Uganda that awards grants to support national and community-based institutions, and individuals involved in protecting and conserving Uganda’s rich biodiversity. The goal is to mobilize sustainable monetary resources to bridge the financing gap currently standing at $80 million per year, according to Uganda’s National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA), to help government and local institutions, and individuals to keep biodiversity, nature, and generally the environment secure – conservation builds wealth and security! However, for the period between 2017 to 2022, our target is to realize $10 million in form of endowme

Uganda Coalition for Criss Prevention

27, Nakasero road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414234550


Kigobe Road Ntinda (Near the Craddle) P. O. Box 34624, Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 776 801091
OBJECTIVES I. To establish and sustain an effective platform for Agricultural Extension and AdvisoryServices(AEAS) in Uganda II. To promote professional development, information sharing and networking among AEAS actors. III. To build capacity of AEAS systems to provide innovative and client-orientated services.IV. To promote professionalism and ethical conduct in AEAS systems in Uganda. V. To advocate and lobby for an enabling environment for AEAS in Uganda

Uganda National Assocaition of the Deaf

530, Bukoto
Contact Phones : n/a,256414532875

Uganda Project Implementation and Management Centre (UPIMAC)

Plot 133, Kira Road, Kamwokya
Contact Phones : +256 772 400680,+256 414 530694
Web Address
Uganda Project Implementation and Management Centre (UPIMAC) was founded in the year 1997, by a team of six Ugandan Professionals with extensive experience in the areas of project implementation and management; advocacy and community mobilization, strategic planning and rural development and financial management and audit. The Centre started operation in 1999 with a commitment to provide technical guidance and assist the poor cast, plan, manage and implement projects in all sectors.

Uganda Road Sector Support Initiative

74, Kanjokya Street
Contact Phones : +256-756943990,+256312516864
URSSI Works to Promote Sustainable Transport & Modern Urban Transformation Systems in Uganda Championing the Change efforts towards building Livable Cities and Towns for Uganda Promoting Transparency & Accountability in Road Construction & Maintenance Prioritizing Road Safety and working to significantly reduce Road Fatalities in Uganda


Plot 4 -5. Nyaboong road, Wampewo Avenue, P.O. Box 71887 Clock tower
Contact Phones : .,+256 750 956008
Web Address
Vision: To be a regional sustainable center of excellence for sickle cell awareness and advocacy. Mission Statement: USCRF is working “To improve the general quality of life for people with sickle cell disease through supporting management and treatment; providing awareness and information on Sickle Cell disease in Uganda and increasing advocacy against the stigma associated with Sickle Cell”

Uganda Society of Disabled Children

1, Kanjokya
Contact Phones : n/a,256414530864
non government organization

Uganda Women Entreprenuers Association Limited(UWEAL)

Plot 38, Lumumba Avenue
Contact Phones : +256(312)271451,+256(414)343952
Web Address

Uganda Women's Network

198, Old Kira Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414286539

Uganda Young Positives

P.O Box 36621, Kampala. Plot 213 Sentema rd - Mengo, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-779 450721
Uganda Young Positives (UYP) is a National Non Governmental Organization which brings together all young people living with HIV in Uganda for action in scaling up prevention, care and support services. UYP has lived for a decade, and actively operates countrywide with membership of individual young people infected and affected by HIV and AIDS. more...


P.O. BOX. 33268 Kampala, Plot No. 55A Kimera Road, off Ntinda-Nakawa Road., .
Contact Phones : .,+256 393 276944
Web Address
Uganda Youth Network (UYONET) is a leading national umbrella organization for youth in Uganda whose membership is comprised of 31 youth focused organization and 158 youth member organizations, UYONET was founded in 2003 as a collective platform for research, training and policy advocacy for young people by young people. UYONET was: “to build, empower and sustain a vibrant youth network through advocacy, coordination and capacity building.” UYONET has made significant progress in attaining this mission and is currently at the apex of youth programming in Uganda, specifically in the areas of; policy advocacy, leadership development, youth participation in electoral democracy, strengthening coordination and joint efforts among youth associations. In addition, UYONET is now the natural reference point for the national youth agenda in Uganda.

Uganda Youth Orphans & Disabled ASsociation

n/a, 256414286974
Contact Phones : n/a,256414286974

United National High Commissioner for Refugees

4B, Babiha AVenue
Contact Phones : n/a,256414230011
international organizations

United Nationas Development Programme

15B, Clement Hill Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414233440
international Organizations

United nations Children's Fund

7, Kisozi Lane off Kyaggwe R
Contact Phones : n/a,256312313800
international organizations

United Nations Fund for Population Activities

n/a, n/a
Contact Phones : n/a,0414341466
international organizations

United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

12, Baskerville Kololo
Contact Phones : n/a,256414236272
international Organizations

Urgent Action Fund Africa - Uganda

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+(254) 202 301 740
Web Address
Urgent Action Fund-Africa provides rapid response grants and technical support to women’s rights organisations, women's human rights defenders and activists who identify strategic and time sensitive opportunities to advance women's rights in Africa.

URICT – Uganda

Busota – 1 Bugonda Zone Kamuli – Jinja Rd Uganda P. O. Box 1200 Jinja Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256775055492
Web Address
URICT – Uganda is a Charitable Organization registered as a Non Governmental Organization by the National NGO Board of the Republic of Uganda, Registration Number S.5914/9088. URICT – Uganda is also registered as a Community Based Organization in all districts where we operate in Eastern Uganda. URICT – Uganda has an independent Board of Directors (5members) who are the main authority Board of the Organization. Our Board is chaired by Dr. Monicah Mukyala. URICT – Uganda is accountable to the Donors, the Beneficiaries and The Government of Uganda, the Society/Public and the Friends & well wishers. URICT – Uganda’s Books of accounts are accessible and available to anyone. URICT – Uganda ‘s financial statements are published annually in the gazette and sent to all our friends and partners. Our books of account are kept by a certified accountant. These books of accounts are audited by CLAYTON & Company (Certified Public Accountants)

US Agency for international DEvelopment

Kampala, Nakasero Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414387387
international organization


457M, Butabika ROad
Contact Phones : 0772617710,n/a

Vessels of Christ

45, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road
Contact Phones : 0713490305,
A christian Non Governmental Organisation, mandated to equip God's saints for works of service. We also do training in life skills and personal development with Impact Africa UG

Veterinarios Sin Fronteras

38, Jumabhali ROad
Contact Phones : n/a,256454461615

Volunteering in Uganda

1290, Gayaza Rd
Contact Phones : +256 772 633 920,+256 392 003 218
Volunteering in Uganda is a project initiated with an aim of reaching out to the various needs within our society. Among these include; vulnerable people, wildlife, water and environment, Agriculture, human rights, etc. Volunteering project looks at providing a safe healthy environment that could accommodate life and any kind of living. There are various programs that are currently running under this project among which include; Elderly program, Childcare/Orphanage program, Widows program, Disabled program, HIV/AIDS program, Youth program, Water and sanitation, Healthcare program, Human rights and Community development program. Our major objective is to avail an opportunity to everybody out there that has a zeal of changing and transforming a society positively basing on the mentioned needs. Therefore, we do welcome volunteers all over the world to come be part of transforming societies here in Uganda. Check out our website at

Water Aid Uganda

90, Luthuli
Contact Phones : n/a,256414505795


Plot 298-Ark Building Block 5.Kalerwe-Gayaza Road. P.O.Box 23596.Kampala-Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 752 859 475
Water Governance Institute (WGI) is an evidence based, not-for-profit, non-political and Non-Government Organization (NGO) established in October 2008 and registered as a Company Limited by Guarantee in February 2009. The primary purpose of the institution is to engage government and other stakeholders on policy, governance and development issues related to water, its associated natural resources, infrastructure and availability challenges linked to its use, climate variability and change. It is a membership organisation that includes individuals ,civil society organisations, Private Sector and Government Agencies working at different levels of society in East Africa. In Uganda we operate in Arua,Amuria,Moyo,Gulu,Hoima,Kabarole,Ntoroko,Kasese,Bushenyi,Kanungu,Mbarara,Isingiro,Rakai,Kampala,Jinja,Greater Mbale,Kamuli ,Adjumani,Bududa and Bulisa. The founding principles of the institute are enshrined in the beliefs of social justice, human rights, equality, democracy, participatio


Nansana wakiso/p.o Box 37323 Kampala Uganda Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256790913088
Web Address
Mission Statement To mobilize and empower women and Girl children both rural and urban to effectively participate in the development process.

Women Prisoners Support Organisation

110, Bukoto
Contact Phones : n/a,256312273386

World Food Programme

37/43, Kampala Road
Contact Phones : n/a,256414244010
international organizations

World Health Organization

6, Hannington Road
Contact Phones : n/a,0414335500
international organizations


Luwum Street Branch , Kampala - Uganda
Contact Phones : .,+256774582242
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YICEUganda is a registered not for profit social organisation that provides rural smallhoder farmers in Uganda with access to regenerative agricultural training, flexible financial services and permaculture practices to reduce hunger, and poverty. The organisation officially started her operations in 2012 and registered under the Ugandan Local Government - (Reg. No.CD.233/1039/12). Currently, the organisation works with refugees in Bukompe refugee settlement and the neighbouring host communities, in Mubende district.

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