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Africa Life Youth Foundation

P.O. Box 10489 Kampala, Uganda, Matia Mulumba Rd, Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 782 120 385,+256-414-253431
Web Address

Africa Life Youth Foundation is dedicated to training up the next generation of leaders. Equipping other youth groups and leaders around Uganda and East Africa with tools that will enable them to train youth in their areas. Africa Life youth Foundation hosts large evangelistic events, making united stands for righteousness, seeing young people impacted with the Gospel and making decisions for Jesus Christ.

There are over 1.5 Billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24 living in the world today. This represents the largest youth cohort in history, with roughly 89% of them residing in undeveloped countries. Young people make up well over half of the national population in many countries. It is a large group — and it’s growing!

Despite their sizable presence, young people are a surprisingly under served and under engaged demographic. Young people increasingly face challenges that are universal — few opportunities to contribute to their community

African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET)

Wings B & C, Ground Floor, Lugogo House, Plot 42, Lugogo By-pass, Lugogo,, P.O. Box 12874 Kampala Uganda
Contact Phones : +256-312-700650,+256-417-700650
Web Address

AFENET is a non-profit networking and service alliance of Field Epidemiology (and Laboratory) Training Programs (FELTPs), and other applied epidemiology training programs. AFENET has operations in over 31 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa or the World Health Organisation Africa Region (WHO – AFRO). Established in 2005, AFENET is dedicated to helping Ministries of Health in Africa build strong, effective, sustainable programs and capacity to improve public health systems on the African continent.

The network’s goal is to strengthen field epidemiology and public health laboratory capacity to contribute effectively to addressing epidemics and other major public health problems in Africa.

AIM Uganda, formerly Rakai Orphans Development Initiatives (RODI)

Uganda, P.O Box 25468,Kampala,Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 772 956 525,+256 773 001936
Web Address

AIM Uganda, formerly Rakai Orphans Development Initiatives (RODI), is a grassroots organization operating in Southern Uganda in the Kyotera and Rakai Districts. This area of Uganda is ground zero of AIDS. Since the disease was discovered in 1982, more than a million people have died, leaving behind more than 1.2 million orphans. In Uganda, HIV/AIDS has significantly reduced life expectancy, depleted the labor force and reduced food security. Many children are being raised by elderly relatives and these children often have no choice but to work as laborers, rather than attend school. Many communities are trapped in cycles of poverty and disease. The goal of AIM is to transform the lives of these young people and their communities.

Behaviour Change Initiative

., Kireka
Contact Phones : 0775339507,0704535096

Behaviour change Initiative aims to provide sexual reproductive health services, HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, adolescent and Youth counselling, family planning services, empowerment through skilling and Entrepreneurship to the Ugandan Populace.

British council Uganda

P.O Box 7070 Kampala Uganda, Plot 4, Windsor Loop Off Kira Road Kamwokya, Kampala Uganda
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0) 312560800

The British Council builds connections, understanding and trust between people in the UK and other countries through arts and culture, education and the English language.

We help young people to gain the skills, confidence and connections they are looking for to realise their potential and to participate in strong and inclusive communities. We support them to learn English, to get a high-quality education and to gain internationally recognised qualifications. Our work in arts and culture stimulates creative expression and exchange and nurtures creative enterprise.

Canadian Feed The Children

P.O. BOX 63965, KAMPALA, 683 Willis Road, 639651,Kampala, Kampala , Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 41-4272111,+1-800-387-1221

Our Approach We work with local partners to build capacity in communities so that they can achieve their own long-term sustainable change. We follow best practice in development based on a formal Theory of Change, which includes monitoring, evaluation, and attention to gender and climate change


P.O Box 6770, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 16, Tufnell Drive, Kamwokya
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 531249
Web Address

The Center for Domestic Violence Prevention (CEDOVIP) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). Initially, it started as the Domestic Violence Demonstration Project under Raising Voices, piloting a violence prevention program in Kawempe Division, Kampala, Uganda.

Centre for Justice Studies and Innovations (CJSI)

Plot 21, Valley Road, Ntinda
Contact Phones : +256 772 699300,+256 312 516699/0414581320
Web Address

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
Web Address

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.

ChildFund International

P.O.Box 3341, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 71/72, Namirembe Road
Contact Phones : +256 414-260 069,+256 414 270 544

ChildFund, formerly known as Christian Children's Fund,is a child-focused international development organization that provides assistance to children facing poverty and other challenges in 24 countries, including the United States.[4] ChildFund's headquarters are located in Richmond, Virginia, United States.

Compassion International Uganda

P.O. Box 8936, Kampala, Uganda, Compassion Tower, Plot 8A3, Baskerville Avenue Kololo, Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 (0)392 757 599,+256 (0)392 757 600
Web Address

We are a child-advocacy ministry pairing compassionate people with children living in extreme poverty to release the children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty.

What We Do

We are the world’s leading authority in holistic child development through sponsorship.

Concern Worldwide Uganda

P.O. Box 6599, Kampala, Uganda., Capetown Road, Ggaba, Muwanga Zone, Kampala
Contact Phones : .,+256 (0)414 501 907/8
Web Address

Concern Worldwide works with the poorest people in the poorest countries of the world to enable them to transform their lives.

Sustained by the concern of our many supporters, we seek out those who most urgently need our support, and work with them through thick and thin to tackle poverty, hunger and disaster.

Development Initiatives International (DII)

P.O. Box 72446, Kampala, UGANDA, Plot 111, Owen Road,Mulago Hill, Kampala
Contact Phones : + 256 414 348 721,+ 256 414 533 404
Web Address

DII is a Ugandan registered indigenous Non Governmental Organization registration number S.5914/5335. Our slogan is Enhancing development through integrated programs. We seek to find the most cost effective way of providing services by being responsive to community needs, building on existing resources and fostering complementary and collaborative partnerships. Currently we provide workplace based HIV services for the informal economy workers.

Feed the Children Uganda

P.O. Box 30009 Mawanda Rd, Kampala, Plot 68 Mawanda Road, Kamwokya
Contact Phones : ., +256 414 540 575

Feed the Children, established in 1979 and headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a non-profit organization focused on alleviating childhood hunger. Our mission is "providing hope and resources for those without life's essentials."

Feed the Children is one of the leading anti-hunger organizations.

We dare to envision a world where no child goes to bed hungry. To help create that world, we are dedicated to helping families and communities achieve stable lives and to reducing the need for help tomorrow—all while providing food and assistance to help them today.


Kawuku Bunga Ggaba road, Opposite Petumu house, Ggaba parish, Kampala - Uganda. , .
Contact Phones : +256 756 894 876,+256 759 947 838

GSF started as a small group comprising of less than ten members under a project known as SAFER CITIES FOR GIRLS, a task group under PLAN INTERNATIONAL. So, when plan’s program of safer cities for girls closed, GSF decided to start its own programs a and registered as a community- based organization (CBO) with Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA). Gals set free managed to also setup an office that is located at Kawuku Bunga Ggaba road, Opposite Petumu house and this is the main office. So far, at least a total number of 80 people have benefited from the Gals Set Free programs and 80% of these are single and teenage mothers from the areas of kawuku, Ggaba, Katuuso and others. Their lives have been changed through skilling them, counselling and helping them start their own small businesses to support them and there families as well.

Good Samaritan Kampala archdiocese

St Mary's Cathedral Rubaga Mutesa Rd, Kampala, P.O.Box 14125, Kampala Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 700 115430,+256 704 324119

A Catholic Church based Ministry founded on the doctrine of the Parable of the Good Samaritan Luke 10: 25 - 37.


  1. Feed the Hungry
  2. Care for the Sick and Elderly
  3. Care for those with disabilities and handicapped
  4. Find shelter for the homeless

Heifer International Uganda

P.O. Box 28491, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 1 Yusuf Lule Road, Nakasero, Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 (0)414 231 828,+256 (0)414 233 481
Web Address

Heifer’s mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and care for the earth.

By giving families a hand-up, not just a hand-out, we empower them to turn lives of hunger and poverty into self-reliance and hope.

With gifts of livestock and training, we help families improve their nutrition and generate income in sustainable ways. We refer to the animals as “living loans” because in exchange for their livestock and training, families agree to give one of its animal’s offspring to another family in need. It’s called Passing on the Gift – a cornerstone of our mission that creates an ever-expanding network of hope and peace.


P.O. Box 659, Tororo Uganda, Plot 34-36, Nakawala Road, Amagoro B Central, Tororo
Contact Phones : +256(0)779244166,+256(0)776400006
Web Address

Hope for Women Development Uganda (HOWODU) is a Non-Profit Organization, which brings hope to the young girls and grassroots women through empowering and advocating for their rights. This is based on a collective goals, seeking a better society that empowers and advocates for the rights of young girls and the grassroots Women

International Committee of Red Cross

P.O. Box 494, Kampala Uganda, Plot 551/555 Rubaga Road
Contact Phones : (256) 414 258702,(256) 414 258701
Web Address

Uganda Red Cross is the leading humanitarian organization in Uganda. The Red Cross was Incorporated by an Act of Parliament in 1964 by the enactment of Red Cross Act; Cap 57 of the Laws of Uganda. We are a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement who draws mandates from the Geneva Conventions.

The National Society has over 350,000 registered members with one and half million beneficiaries of its interventions. URCS works through 51 Branch Offices covering the whole of Uganda. As a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement comprising the International Federation and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), URCS works with a number of partners in the execution of its Mission.


P.O. Box 23933 Kampala, Uganda, Block B-3rd Floor, Nakawa Business Park Plot 3-5 Portbell Road
Contact Phones : +256 414 347 523,+256 754 500504 (WhatsApp)
Web Address

It was founded in 1955 as part of Georgetown University to assist in the building of governmental and economic institutions and infrastructures in post-war Europe. Since that time, ILI has provided training and technical assistance to find practical solutions to the legal, economic and financial problems of developing countries and emerging economies. In 1983, ILI became an independent, non-political, non-profit 501 c 3 educational institute serving a global constituency. ILI now stands as a leading authority and global provider of training and technical assistance relating to international legal, economic and financial issues. ILI has provided legal training to over 38,000 government officials, legal and business professionals, and scholars from 186 countries.

International Organization of Migration (IOM)

P.O.Box 11431, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 6A Bukoto Crescent, Naguru
Contact Phones : +256 312 263 210,.
Web Address

Established in 1951, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits both migrants and society in general. As the United Nations Migration Agency, IOM works with its partners in the international community to assist in meeting the growing operational challenges of migration,advance understanding of migration issues,encourage social and economic development through migration, and uphold the wellbeing and human rights of migrants. The IOM constitution gives explicit recognition to the link between migration and economic, social and cultural development, as well as to the principle of freedom of movement of persons. As at the end of 2016, IOM had 166 member states, with eight countries holding observer Status.

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

P.O. Box 24672, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 7 Lower east road NAguru
Contact Phones : +256 414 286212,.
Web Address

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is a global humanitarian aid, relief, and development nongovernmental organization. Founded in 1933 as the International Relief Association, at the request of Albert Einstein, and changing its name in 1942 after amalgamating with the similar Emergency Rescue Committee, the IRC provides emergency aid and long-term assistance to refugees and those displaced by war, persecution, or natural disaster. The IRC is currently working in about 40 countries and 26 U.S. cities where it resettles refugees and helps them become self-sufficient. It focuses mainly on health, education, economic wellbeing, power, and safety.


P.O.Box 7502,Kampala,Uganda, Plot 245, Sentema Road, Mengo Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256414342877,+256 414 342877
Web Address

Founded in 2001, the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU), is an indigenous, national faith-based organization uniting efforts of religious institutions to jointly address issues of common concern. IRCU is constituted by; the Roman Catholic Church (RCC), the Church of the Province of Uganda (Church Of Uganda-COU), the Uganda Orthodox Church (UOC), the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC), the Seventh-day Adventist Uganda Union (SDAUU), the Born Again Faith in Uganda (BAF) and the National Alliance of Pentecostal and Evangelical Churches in Uganda (NAPECU). Similarly, IRCU works with other religious organizations, namely the Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’i, the Methodist and Lutheran Churches.

IRCU is affiliated to Religions for Peace International (RfP), the African Council for Religious Leaders, (ACLR), the East African Community – Inter Religious Council (EAC-IRC), and the Global Women and Youth of Faith Networks.

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Uganda

P.O.Box 12162, Kampala, Uganda, 4th Floor, Course View Towers Plot 21 Yusuf Lule Road, Nakasero, Kampala UGANDA
Contact Phones : +256-200-911123,+256-393-000014

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is advancing its activities around the pillars of a field-oriented approach, human security, and enhanced effectiveness, efficiency, and speed.

Kituo Cha Katiba

P. O. Box 3277 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 7 Estate Link Road, Bukoto, off Lugogo By-Pass
Contact Phones : +256 312 113 321,+256 414 533 295

IN A NUTSHELL:We conduct research on constitutionalism aimed at empowering Eastern Africans to hold their Governments answerable.

Konrad Adenauer Stiftung(KAS)

P.O.Box 647 Kampala Uganda, 51 A, Prince Charles Drive, Kololo
Contact Phones : .,+256 312 26 20 11/2
Web Address

Freedom, justice and solidarity are the basic principles underlying the work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS). The KAS is a political foundation, closely associated with the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU). As co-founder of the CDU and the first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Konrad Adenauer (1876-1967) united Christian-social, conservative and liberal traditions. His name is synonymous with the democratic reconstruction of Germany, the firm alignment of foreign policy with the trans-Atlantic community of values, the vision of a unified Europe and an orientation towards the social market economy. His intellectual heritage continues to serve both as our aim as well as our obligation today.

Kulika Uganda

P.O. Box 11330, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 472 Nsambya Road, Kampala
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 266 261
Web Address

Kulika was established in 1981 in the UK with a focus on providing educational opportunities through vocational and academic scholarships to Ugandan people. Since then, Kulika has developed into a fully independent Ugandan registered NGO with an emphasis on community development and the provision of educational opportunities to help people improve their livelihoods.Particularly important to Kulika’s strategy has been the development of a Sustainable Agriculture Training Programme which started in the mid-1990s and through which many families and communities in Uganda have been transformed.The Education Programme remains an important part of Kulika’s work, equipping Ugandan people with the skills they need not only for their personal development, but also to meet the development needs of the nation.Kulika Uganda now has a staff of twenty-six, operating from headquarters in Kampala and with activities across the country.

Lifecare Africa

P.O. Box 2879 Kampala, Valley Curve Road, Ntinda
Contact Phones : +256 786 753 406,+256 752 241 748
Web Address

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.

Living Earth Uganda (LEU)

P.O.Box 28694, Kampala-Uganda, Plot no. 409 Canon Njuba Road, Nakulabye.
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 782 960 743,+256 (0) 414 531 246

Living Earth Uganda (LEU) is a national NGO that was established and formally registered under the Non-Governmental Organizations Registration Statute, 1989 and licensed to operate in Uganda in September 1999. LEU promotes awareness and skills creation in environmental, Socio-economic, developmental and humanitarian programmes, to prompt communities and other stakeholders to translate the right ideas into action.

Malaria Consortium Africa

P.O.Box 8045 Kampala, Uganda, Sturrock Road Kololo(Opposite Lohana Academy)
Contact Phones : .,+256 31 2300420

Malaria Consortium is an international non-profit organisation specialising in the comprehensive control of malaria and other communicable diseases – particularly those affecting children under five.

Established in 2003, Malaria Consortium works in Africa and Asia. The organisation aims to combat malaria and neglected tropical diseases, as well as to improve child health. It is a specialist technical organisation that works with governments and partners to strengthen health service delivery.

Its headquarters are in the United Kingdom, with regional offices in Africa and Asia, and country offices in Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Chad, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nigeria, South Sudan, Thailand, Togo, and Uganda.

Milele Foundation

Plot 49 Erisa Road P.O.BOX 16373 Wandegeya Kampala Uganda., .
Contact Phones : + 256 779 272782 +256 702 2727 82,+256 414 671093

Charity organization empowering vulnerable women and children in Uganda Milele exists to change lives and empower communities. Milele Foundation Uganda strives to support Uganda’s most vulnerable populations; Orphans, disabled children of Uganda, schools that have needs, vulnerable women, and our acts lead to great community empowerment of the most vulnerable local Ugandans that need help. We aim to empower people and create lasting changes that will leave communities better prepared to care for themselves and care for future generations. Our Programs and Value ‘Milele’ means Forever in Swahili. We are the Forever Foundation because our programs are aimed at improving the lives of our beneficiaries forever. Most importantly, we want to share the life-changing message of Christ that brings everlasting hope to the people of Uganda. Read more about our programs and how you can get involved.

MONUC Kampala

P.O.Box 7809,Kampala, Uganda, 14 Kawalya Kaggwa Close Kololo
Contact Phones : +256 31-2264202-5,+256 312 264 202

The United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or MONUSCO, an acronym based on its French name (French: Mission de l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour la stabilisation en République démocratique du Congo), is a United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) which was established by the United Nations Security Council in resolutions 1279 (1999) and 1291 (2000) of the United Nations Security Council to monitor the peace process of the Second Congo War, though much of its focus subsequently turned to the Ituri conflict, the Kivu conflict and the Dongo conflict. The mission was known as the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo or MONUC, an acronym of its French name Mission de l'Organisation des Nations Unies en République démocratique du Congo, until 2010.

National Union of disabled Persons of Uganda (NUDIPU)

P.O Box 8567, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 530, Bukoto-Kisasi Road
Contact Phones : +256 700 540179,+256 414 540179
Web Address

National Union of Disabled persons of Uganda (NUDIPU) is an umbrella organization that advocates for the inclusion of Persons with Disabilities’ and their concerns in the mainstream development processes.

NUDIPU strategic plan 2020-2024 highlights progressive commitment on part of the government through legislative and policy frameworks which promote and protect the rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Panos Eastern Africa

2863, Bidandi Sali Road
Contact Phones : .,+256 31 2262796
Web Address

Panos Eastern Africa is a regional, information and communication for development non-governmental organisation working in the East and Great Horn of Africa.

Platform for Labour Action

P.o.Box 9714 Uganda, Plot 14, Martyrs Lane Ntinda, Off Old Kira Road Kampala
Contact Phones : 0800200867,+256-393-260196
Web Address

Platform for Labour Action (PLA) is a National Civil Society Organization that was founded in the year 2000. PLA is focused on promoting and protecting the rights of vulnerable and marginalized workers through empowerment of communities and individuals in Uganda.




New Port Bell Road, Bunyonyi drive,Akamwesi Complex,Second floor, Suit nos. 10B and 10C, P.O. Box 11208 Kampala Uganda.
Contact Phones : +25677247316 | +256772473162,+256772429228

Rescue Food Project (RFP) is an indegeneous grassroot development and humanitarian Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) legally registered by the National Bureau for NGOs, in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Government of Uganda ( Registration Number: INDR13481268NB). It is also incorporated as a not for profit organization with the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (Registration 80020000045527). RFP is an all-inclusive and independent organisation that is not affiliated to any political, religious or government institutions. OUR VISION We envision Productive and Healthy Communities that are decently living in a peaceful and sustainable environment’’. OUR MISSION: To be an organization that is committed to the empowerment of vulnerable and poor communities with essential knowledge and sustainable interventions for socio-economic outcomes. 


Kampala - Uganda, Olet magezi road Lira municipality
Contact Phones : +256772000705,+256 (0392) 623501 / +256 (0392) 623425
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Rural Child Development Outreach Uganda (RCDO) was established in the year 2016, incorporated with the Uganda Registration Service Bureau (URSB) as a company limited by guarantee in October 2017 with registration number 800200000506747. In June 2019,RCDO Uganda registered with the Uganda National Bureau for NGOs as an indigenous Organization with registration number 1966 and permitted to work in Uganda for a five-year period, 2019-2023 with permit number 2979. RCDO Uganda has therefore fulfilled all the legal requirements for NGOs in Uganda under the NGO Act 2015 and its regulation 2016. RCDO is a non-governmental, not for a profit-making organization, incorporated, registered, and permitted to operate in Uganda under the laws of Uganda. RCDO Uganda Vision is Improved wellbeing and quality of life of children; enhancing, full growth and development, reducing marginalization, vulnerability, and exploitation in rural communities of Uganda. Our Mission is reaching out to


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256-392940510,.+256392940510
Web Address

Mission To improve the quality of life for vulnerable and marginalised groups through collaborative inter faith Action. Vision A self sustaining, holistically developed, peaceful and God fearing community. Core Values Transparency Spritual responsibility Stewardship Honesty Accountability Social responsibility Team work Integrity OBJECTIVES To mobilise, lobby and empower the vulnerable and marginalised groups to fight agaisnt poverty. To provide training and mobilise material for capacity building to promote health and sexual reproductive health in communities. To empower and increase community awareness to control, manage and prevent HIV/AIDS, other STIs and non communicable diseases. To associate, Network, collaborate and liase with other partners in development. To work with experts and government technical workers to build the capacities of service providers.

Sanyu Babies Home(SBH)

P.O. Box 14162, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 51, Albert Cook Road Namirembe Hill, Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 393 193434,+256 414 274032
Web Address

Established in 1929 by Milnes Winfred Walker- RIP.

She was a mid wife at Mengo hospital and noticed the overwhelming number of children abandoned after birth within the hospital. She started collecting the babies and providing them with much needed care.

We are a Christian organization taking care of abandoned children. We care for up to 50 babies and toddlers aged between 1 day old and 4 years. Many of our children are found abandoned in garbage heaps, pit latrines, diches, taxi parks or are left by the side of the road.

Save the Children Uganda

P. O. Box 12018, Kampala - Uganda , Plot 2163, Dadiri Close, Muyenga (off Tank Hill Road, right next to Muyenga Country Resort)
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 752 258815,+256 (0) 393 260063, +256 (0) 392 261892

We have worked in Uganda since 1959 and have programmes throughout the country. We work in partnerships – with communities, the government, civil society and the private sector – to deliver programmes that have a lasting impact, inspire change and uphold children’s rights. Our work supports long-term development and humanitarian emergencies, and bridges the gap between the two.

The Aids Support Organisation (TASO)

P.O. Box 10443, Kampala – Uganda, TASO Headquarters Mulago Hospital
Contact Phones : +256 414 532 580/1,
Web Address

The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) is an indigenous HIV and AIDS service initiative, registered in Uganda as a non-governmental organisation. It is a pioneer non-public actor in the HIV and AIDS response in Uganda. TASO is a membership organisation with over 4,000 subscriber members.

TASO was started in 1987 by a group of medical workers who had witnessed how badly patients showing signs of Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) were being treated in the wards of the Mulago Hospital in Kampala. At first, it was a small, informal group of people meeting to talk about HIV and AIDS and grew into an organisation. It became one of the major HIV and AIDS care organisations in Uganda. When TASO started, Uganda was recovering from a war that brought the current government to power.

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)

., Bugolobi Road, Plot 3A, Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 783 382 384,+256 788 405902
Web Address

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is an independent humanitarian organisation helping people forced to flee. We work in crises in more than 30 countries, where we help save lives and rebuild futures.

We deliver high-quality aid where needs are greatest. When we started our relief efforts after World War II, humanitarian needs were critical. They still are – and we’re still there, protecting people forced to flee and supporting them as they build a new future. Today, we work in both new and protracted crises across more than 30 countries, where we provide camp management, food assistance, clean water, shelter, legal aid, and education.

The Southern and Eastern Africa Trade Information and Negotiations Institute – (SEATINI) Uganda

P. O Box, 3138, Kampala, Plot 806, Block 213, Bukoto-Kisasi Road – Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 707 481 726,+256 414 540 856

The Southern and Eastern Africa Trade Information and Negotiations Institute (SEATINI) – Uganda is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) working on trade, fiscal and development related issues for the realisation of sustainable development and improved livelihoods in Uganda, East Africa and the African Region.

SEATINI-Uganda is part of SEATINI, a sub-regional NGO working in Eastern and Southern Africa with offices in Harare Zimbabwe and Nairobi Kenya. SEATINI-Uganda is the regional coordinating office for East Africa. Although the offices operate independently, they subscribe to the overall SEATINI vision, mission, values and broad objectives.


P.O.Box 24642 Kampala, Kagaba Road, Buyende District
Contact Phones : +256782164292,+256709746718

We are a registered non-government organisation in Uganda Buyende district working to Change Lives through Sports & Music in Communities.

       We help youth to raise their aspirations and building their potential through music and sports. We provide physical support and care for children of imprisoned  parents. We educate and sensitize youth endemic diseases including HIV / AIDS through music and sports whereas uplifting the standard of living of the members in the community through self reliance and initiate economic support to members and the community as whole. 

Transparency International Uganda

PO BOX 24335, Kampala, Plot 3 Martyrs lane Ntinda, Ministers village
Contact Phones : ., (+256) 414-255836 / 392 001 177
Web Address

Transparency International Uganda (TIU) is a national chapter of Transparency International – The global coalition against corruption. TIU is a registered NGO with the Uganda NGO Bureau contributing towards a corruption free Uganda where the citizens actively condemn corruption and demand for accountability while leaders and public officials uphold the principles of good governance. TIUs’ jurisdiction is country wide and addresses all forms of corruption with specific emphasis on grand and political corruption.

Uganda National Association of Community and Occupational Health - unacoh

Plot 37/41 Buganda road YMCA Building, Wandegeya, P.O.BOX 12590 Kampala, .
Contact Phones : +256 41 4252068,+256 414 252 068
Web Address

Uganda National Association of Community and Occupational Health (UNACOH), is a public health Non- Governmental Organization (NGO) Registered in 1991 under the NGO Act. The Association brings together health professionals, individuals and organizations interested or active in the improvement of health in Uganda. UNACOH aims at promoting a positive health culture and influencing healthy public policies in Uganda through advocacy, education and research by involving public health professionals and other persons interested in public health such as policy makers, health media practitioners, social scientists and teachers, among others.

Uganda National NGO Forum

P.O Box 4636, Kampala, 25 Muyenga Tank Hill Road, Kabalagala
Contact Phones : +256(414)510272,+256-393-260373
Web Address

 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.


Uganda Rural Development and Training Program - URDT

P.O BOX 24, Kagadi District, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 414 256704,+256 414 256704
Web Address

Uganda Rural Development and Training Institute (URDT-I) is a vocational training institution based in Kagadi District. It was established in 1993 to deliver vocational skills and youth leadership development using a Visionary Approach to training that leads to a critical mass of all-round male and female young entrepreneurs who have integrity and the capacity to improve their economic situation, become responsible citizens, and contribute to the national development agenda. The institute is registered with the Ministry of Education and Sports as a Vocational Training Institution.

Uganda Women's Network(UWONET)

P. O. Box 27991 Kampala,Uganda., Plot 710, Block 216, Mirembe Close, Bbuye Kigowa – Ntinda
Contact Phones : +256-759-330-000,+256-414-286-539
Web Address

Uganda Women’s Network (UWONET) is an advocacy organization that exists to coordinate collective action among women’s rights and gender equality stakeholders for the attainment of gender equality and equity in Uganda.

United National High Commissioner for Refugees

P.O. Box 3813, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 11/13, Mackenzie Close, Off Mackenzie Vale, Kololo, Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 230 011

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is a global organization dedicated to saving lives, protecting rights and building a better future for refugees, forcibly displaced communities and stateless people.

Water Aid Uganda

P.O.Box 11759, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 90 Off Luthuli Avenue Maendeleo House -9th Floor
Contact Phones : +256 414 220 108,+256 414 505 795
Web Address

WaterAid is an international NGO focused exclusively on ensuring equitable access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education (WASH) for the world’s poorest communities. Formed in 1981 we have been working in water, sanitation and hygiene for over 30 years. To date we have reached 17.5 million people with safe water and 12.9 million people with improved sanitation. WaterAid works in 27 countries globally, primarily in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Central America.

Angel's Center for Children with Special Needs

Plot 441, Busiro, Wakiso, Mende Subcounty
Contact Phones : +256759000991,+256 772 717 245
Offer hands on trainings to parents in among others, nutrition, speech and physiotherapy to support children in their development Provide training tools to parents that will aid their trainings at home. Like tools to stimulate the thinking of children, toys and others.

Aspire Life

ESAMI, Plot no. 44, Bombo Road, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 788 658 159
Aspire Life is a private company providing medical care services to individuals, families, communities and organizations. We are not a medical institution but we partner with existing hospitals, health centers and other private medical practices. We complement their services through providing remote/mobile options of medical care to our Clients in their homes, offices, on trips and even overseas. At Aspire Life, quality is defined by our staff and healthcare teams that comprise of diverse medical and non-medical professionals with proven competencies in their respective disciplines. Our team of non-medical experts works behind the scenes to ensure the smooth running of Aspire Life operations. All our staff, both medical and non-medical are passionate and take pride in our mission to deliver the best medical care solutions for all our Clients in the convenience of homes, offices and communities.

Bambino Life

Online, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 754 952804
VISION BLF envisions a child labor free, childrens rights and women empowered society in Uganda; which is guided by the values of equity, accountability, inclusion and respect. MISSION Our Mission is to ; 1.Promote Girl Child Education & Empowerment through teaching them hands on skills, counselling and providing scholastic materials were needed. 2. Creating awareness about children living with disabilities through partnering with organisations that fight for their rights and bring about sensitization for children with special needs in the society. We also support and donate to homes catering to children with special needs. 3.We donate to children living in Orphanages through collecting different items like clothes,toys,books,shoes etc and taking them to orphanages that need them the most plus basic materials like detergent, Vaseline, toilet paper, etc. items needed in their day to day activities

BIVA Foundation

PO Box 213 Mityana Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.+256-704-865-594
BIVA Foundation Known as BIVA, is a community-based organization (CBO) working in Mityana Town and Busimbi sub-county, Uganda. It was formed in 2000 by a group of community members concerned about the increasing levels of poverty in the area due to rapid population growth, the impact of HIV/AIDS, and loss of livelihoods by community members due to their eviction from forest reserves. BIVA uses access to clean and general purpose water as an entry point to fight poverty. This is because it is a cross-cutting intervention to improving health, livelihoods, environmental health, and sanitation. Through this approach, we have transformed the lives of people by supporting communities to construct boreholes and valley dams in the Mityana and Mubende districts of Uganda for the past ten years.

Bukaala Pride Foundation

Bukaala, Kyotera district, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 360 829
Bukaala Pride Foundation is a Ugandan faith based registered charitable organisation; ABN 27,134, Helping, rescuing and caring for orphaned, vulnerable children, People with disabilities, widows, elderly, HIV/AIDS positive living individuals, women, among others, to create a sustainable community development projects in Bukaala village, Kyotera District and Uganda at large, one of the poorest countries in the world.Bukaala Pride Foundation focuses primarily on the most vulnerable and destitute children who when selected for sponsorship follow criteria of being either orphaned or vulnerables. We also advocate for women empowerment and rights in communities to empowerment them with self help projects especially to widowed and solo mothers in destitute situations.

Care and Assistance for Forced Migrants (CAFOMI)

Plot 1011 Ntinda-Bukoto Road, Ntinda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 530 050
Web Address :
WHO WE ARE Cafomi — You too can be a forced Migrant Care and Assistance for Forced Migrants (CAFOMI) is a not-for-profit Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) registered in Uganda. CAFOMI is a member of the Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF), of Global network, The Network for Empowerment and Aid Response (NEAR), of the Humanitarian Social Services Cluster of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), The Humanitarian Platform for Local and National Organisations, and the current Chair of The Humanitarian Platform for Local and National Organisations Steering Committee.

Children's Rescue Voluntary Organisation (CRVO)

Plot 2A, .Katimba Road
Contact Phones : +256-(0)779554462,.
Web Address
Children’s Rescue voluntary organization targets vulnerable children whose hope has been lost due to physical and socio-emotional tortures. Investment in social development provides opportunities to help tackle and mitigate the inequalities and imbalances that have adversely affected vulnerable children. It is disheartening seeing a child compete with animals in garbage centers for food.

DeYwa Ministries-Uganda

P.O BOX 1458, Kampala-Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ,.

Devoted Youth at Work in Africa (DeYwa) Ministries Uganda is a faith-based, locally registered Non-Governmental Organization with its headquarters in Katekwan, Bukedea district DeYwa Ministry Uganda was stablished in 2011, to deliver evangel and discipleship messages and family charitable support to the people especially women and children including the elderly who were the ultimate victim of armed conflicts and as a result they are handy caped, live in vicious circle of poverty, have inadequate skills, high levels of illiteracy and unemployment and are at the verge of disease attack. Given to these conditions and following the establishment of DeYwa Ministry Ugandawith the intent to avert some challenges, it has since evolved to become a strong charitable and health focused organization.

Hope Ministries Uganda

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,(828) 308-7339.
Our Mission Through Hope Ministries Uganda:USA's partnership with Hope Ministries Uganda and Pastor Gerald Tugume our mission is to build awareness of the plight of a forgotten people and to bring the hope of Jesus Christ to them through a holistic approach. Part of this holistic approach is understanding the extreme poverty and discrimination from which the Batwa come from and recognizing that poverty is more then just low income. WHAT IS POVERTY? Poverty is about hunger, malnutrition, illiteracy, unsafe drinking water, lack of access to basic health care services, social discrimination, physical insecurity, and political exclusion. It comes down to human suffering.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 393 224 833,.
Humane Africa mission responds to humanitarian crises in Uganda and is a national humanitarian actor that has been providing health services in the lango subregion , acholi and part of West Nile region for the last …10 years . we help and deliver the much needed assistance to those whose lives are disrupted by disaster and conflict to restore their hope and get back to self-reliance through productive and sustainable livelihood. HAM works to combine its efforts with those of the line ministries like ministry of health , Office of the prime minister, ministry of water and environment for projects that enhance the capacity to reach the most vulnerable. Our programming focus is on equitable access and utilisation of direct primary and secondary health care services and community capacity strengthening to restore hope for the future. We work to improve the quality of life of the displaced populations and their hosting communities through synergistic alliances for better education, envi


P.O. Box 178 Mukono, Uganda, .
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Vision: A world without prejudice and discrimination for disabled people. Mission: To work closely with professionals in special education, physical and occupational therapy, adapted physical education, counseling, social work, and medicine to build a knowledge base and to create a “one-stop” service center for clients. Mission for Disability in Uganda started in 2019, registered as an offical mission group and recognized as MFD (Mission for Disability) Our Goal: To spread the gospel and be a friend to the isolated and vulnerable people of Uganda and to share the pain and hurt of those living in poverty and illness.

Nnabagereka Development Foundation

Room GF-1, Bulange-Mmengo Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (414) 344 669
Web Address
Our programmes seek to leverage culture for our target population so they gain all-round tools and supports needed to lead self-determined lives and as a result trigger a positive transformative shift in their communities


Gulu, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 79 241 9577,.
Web Address
In May of this year NUWOCSI partnered with Malaika Honey and opened the Honey Centre in Gulu. Malaika Honey has been in Uganda for more than 10 years promoting beekeeping for business. They were looking to expand into northern Uganda as the potential for honey production is very good here. We partnered with Malaika so we could be in a better position to help the local bee farmers.We want to assist the bee farmers in acquiring modern hives and equipment, like a bee suit. With modern hives like a Kenya Top Bar (KTB) hive they can more than double their honey production each year. We can also be a ready market for them and Malaika offers competitive prices for honey, propolis and beeswax purchases. There are many farmers beekeeping with the traditional hives with some having more than 100 hives. Yet, many lack a market and lack the transport to get their honey to a market. We are also offering training on how to use the equipment, on the importance of taming your bees and on eff

Nsesa Foundation

Plot 18, Block 7, Ayeduase New Site Kumasi, Ghana, .
Contact Phones : .,+233 (0)50 135 9999
Every year, we run programmes and projects aimed at helping young people develop their innovative potential, gain basic skills in engineering and computer programming and inspire more young women to take up roles in STEM.

Ruparelia Foundation

4th Floor-Crane Chambers, Kampala Road, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 702711271
With a vision to create a positive and transformative change in the community, Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia established Ruparelia Foundation in 2012 on a simple belief that we can achieve a lot when we work together. Basing on our catchphrase “Enriching Lives Together”, for the past seven years the Foundation has worked together with several people championing positive change in different communities across Uganda. To achieve our goal of having improved livelihoods in society, the Foundation works to improve a solution directly or with strategic partners from the business, government and non-profit sector. Our focus areas include health care, education, sports, wildlife and environment conservation, disaster relief, startup and general welfare. In all our works to create a positive and transformative change in the community, we look at making a real difference in the course of the present day but also have a sustainable plan for every initiative carried out.


Opposite Wampewo secondary school, Along Gayaza Rd, 8.5 mile from kampala
Contact Phones : +256784846294,.
vision: Empowering Stroke survivors | Rebuilding lives. Mission: To be a voice of stroke survivors in Uganda through awareness creation, capacity building, research and fighting stigma in stroke survivors. Under research A study to establish the statics of stroke victims in Uganda. This will only be done if we get funders to support this cause Stroke Foundation Uganda is a Non-governmental organisation established in 2014 and registered in 2018 as an NGO by Ninsima Doreen who has worked with the stroke rehabilitation centre for the last 11 years and found challenges taking care of a mother who later passed away due to a stroke and with exposed challenges other stroke survivors go through with their care takers who do not know how to help the patients to go through the road to recovery which inspired her to start a stroke support group for the survivors that is Stroke foundation Uganda (S F U) as a voice for the stroke survivors. What we do We are here to h


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ., (202)832-5168
The AMEN FOUNDATION is a Catholic non-profit tax-exempt organization founded in 1990. Its mission is to promote and support religious vocations and ministries. The Foundation fulfills its mission by supporting financially the education and formation of men and women in various ministries. This includes the training and ongoing ministerial support of priests, nuns, and lay missionaries who serve the spiritual, social, and economic needs of the people. Much of the Foundation’s efforts have been in Africa. Religion is a life-giving force for the people of Africa. While a great number of women and men feel called to serve, the resources to help educate them for effective ministries are severely lacking. The Amen Foundation, for over 24 years, works to meet this challenge. Over 250 priests have been ordained with Amen Foundation support. Over 400 nuns have received direct or indirect support from the Amen Foundation. Many more lay people have also received assistance. In Africa alone


Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 772 786687,.

Tulja Enterprises Private Limited is a Private incorporated on 18 April 2007. It is classified as Non-govt company and is registered at Registrar of Companies, Mumbai. Its authorized share capital is Rs. 1,000,000 and its paid up capital is Rs. 100,000. It is inolved in Other wholesale [Includes specialized wholesale not covered in any one of the previous categories and wholesale in a variety of goods without any particular specialization.] Tulja Enterprises Private Limited's Annual General Meeting (AGM) was last held on 30 September 2015 and as per records from Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), its balance sheet was last filed on 31 March 2015. Directors of Tulja Enterprises Private Limited are Sushilkumar Hariprasad Biyani, Nitin Shambhukumarji Kasliwal, .


P.O. Box 29893 Kampala -Uganda, Plot 787, block 414 Kawuku, Entebbe Road
Contact Phones : +256 755 055 054,+256 755 055 054

Wakisa Development Initiative(WDI) programs focus on four principal interrelated areas: Health, Education, WASH, Economic opportunities and Protection.

WDI is a member of the the Uganda refugee SRHR Alliance.

The Uganda refugee SRHR Alliance has four member organizations. The alliance aims to create a robust and inclusive Uganda refugee SRHR alliance that will advocate for improved access to comprehensive SRH and information as well as SRHR services for young including refugees in Uganda. 


P. O. Box 188, Fort Portal, .Along Buwaba road
Contact Phones : +256 772 865 098 / +256 777 363 208,.
Youth and Women Empowerment (YAWE) Foundation started as a Community Based Organization in 2000 by a group of youth and women. It later legally registered with National NGOs Board as NGO in 2004 (Registration NGO number 5055). YAWE Foundation operates in Kabarole district, western Uganda. Since its inception YAWE Foundation has been involved in activities directly targeting the orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs), youth and other vulnerable people in the community. It has a revolutionary idea of organizing the youth, women and other vulnerable people under one forum, offering them a platform of co-operation for the promotion of human rights, HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns, and encourages activities of self reliance through capacity building of community members in entrepreneurship and business enterprises management. YAWE Foundation activities aim at improving the welfare of OVCs especially those living with HIV/AIDS in Kabarole district. YAWE Foundation operates a youth friendly h


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +817-502-2009,.
Web Address
Originally, The Radler Foundation started as a way to pour back into the local community in Fort Worth, Texas. However, in 2009, God expanded the call to serve the people of East Africa. Michael Radler, president and CEO of the oil and gas investment firm Tug Hill, began East African Ministries as an affiliate to The Radler Foundation. Through clean water, preventative health, and leadership programs, East Africa Ministries served and equipped more than 220,000 people in South Sudan and Uganda while demonstrating the love of Jesus. But God has even bigger plans. After several years of The Radler Foundation and generous partners serving together, we can now join with you, and focus our resources on these African Communities as a new 501©(3) public charity Created through a calling, built on Jesus Christ, and driven by a passion for transformation, the growing 4africa family strives to demonstrate God’s love throughout broken areas of East Africa. We are ambassadors for change.


P.O Box 205 Mukono - Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 393 206452,.
Grandmothers Consortium is an outcome of the Uganda National Grandmothers Gathering that brought over 500 grandmothers together sharing life experiences and learning from each other on pertinent issues. The Consortium is an NGO comprising of six (6) Ugandan grassroots organisations working with grandmothers to create a platform for advocacy and lobbying for their rights. Grandmothers Consortium brings together grandmothers and grandmother support organizations to advocate for the rights of grandmothers. A key objective is to reduce the impact of HIV and AIDS, poverty and associated burden of care for orphans and vulnerable children on grandmothers in Uganda. The mandate is to encourage the inclusion of grandmother issues in national and community based programming and legislation. The Founding Members of Grandmothers Consortium are: Reach One Touch One Ministries (ROTOM), Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDs Project, Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project, Phoebe Education Fund for Orphans and Vulne


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.

A Cry for African Vulnerable LTD

P.O BOX 28 MITYANA, P.O BOX 28 Mityana,Uganda
Contact Phones : 256777888852,256777888852
A Cry for African Vulnerable LTD is a local NGO which was started by Rev. Fr Galiwango Joseph in 2018,originating from a community based organization which was established in 2006. It is registered with the government of Uganda with registration number 0482. It is an autonomous organization working in 08 districts of Uganda. It collaborates with 2 community based organizations operating in different different districts


Plot 12 Makindu Lane Kololo, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : , +256 414 531 960
Web Address
Improving the Quality of Life Founded in August 2002, AGPHF is dedicated to improving the Quality of Life…” by providing high quality and sustainable services and strengthening quality systems for institutions and governments. AGHPF is recognized internationally as a leader in laboratory systems strengthening. In the last 17 years, The Foundation has expanded to three divisions; Global Clinical Services, Global Healthcare Services and Global Initiative Award. To date, the Foundation has had a presence in over 15 countries on three continents (Africa, South and North America and Asia) AGHPF provides technical assistance to strengthen quality systems and provides knowledge transfer in meeting internationally accepted standards in clinical laboratories, environment, health & occupational safety, risk management and management systems.


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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 , .
Contact Phones : .,.
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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.

AAR Japan

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ., +81-3-5423-4511
AAR Japan is an international NGO that reaches out to the most vulnerable populations around the globe, guided by the principles of neutrality and impartiality. Founded in 1979, we have been working towards achieving a world where all people, as unique and diverse human beings, can coexist with human dignity and in harmony


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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


Jinja - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
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

Abiding Life Church Ministries

Kawoto , .Kajjansi
Contact Phones : +256782313332,.
Web Address
Abiding Life Missions! Abiding Life Christian Ministries has, from the beginning set out to be "missions-minded" and "outreach-oriented." We humbly request that you support our ministry partners listed on this page. Click on the link to get more information about their ministry. The Lord has laid on our hearts to begin an aggressive fund-raising campaign to raise support for these missions, in order to promote the powerful messages of grace, faith, healing, prosperity, and the authority of the believer to the regions of the world who need it most. These churches have invited us to conduct crusades and seminars in their country, which we hope to do in the near future. The trips to these nations, communities, and villages would be for the purpose of conducting conferences and seminars, as well as to assist them in any practical way that we can. Additionally, we have been informed of opportunities to purchase land and buildings at very reasonable rates. If you would like to b


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


Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : +44 (0) 20 7733 6006,.

We are very proud of our collaboration with the Ministry of Education and other large organisations in Uganda to develop the teachers resource book for 'Inclusive Education in Uganda: The Child-to-Child Approach'. Through our partner, USDC, we have partnered with the Ugandan government to develop and test the guide in three northern Ugandan districts prior to a national roll-out. Through this partnership, we have participated in high level conversations on how the teacher’s guide links to Uganda's wider Inclusive Education policy, particularly examining the existing gaps in early identification systems and learning outcomes of children with disabilities in school. We work with local partners to protect, educate and empower children with disabilities so they are able to fulfil their potential.

Able Community Care

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 01603 764567,.
In 1980 Angela Gifford had one or two conversations with older relatives and friends and they raised the issue that if they needed to be cared for in the coming years, there was very little choice. It seemed that if you needed significant care support then you had to move into a residential care setting. One relative in particular had spent all her married life in the home her husband had built and was adamant that she would not move out. Thinking about this over a few months and doing some research to find out exactly what was available, Angela too came to the conclusion that there was very little choice if you wanted to re living in your home of choice, your own.


.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

Understand the Problem:  We analyze the market to discover the causes of poor performance, paying special attention to the capacity of local firms and incentives that could encourage them to engage in the market. By understanding how and why local businesses behave the way they do, we can engage with the right partners.

Collaborate on the Solution: We engage our partners in conversations early and often, listening to their perspectives around common local problems, wants and needs. Together, we identify the opportunities and design solutions to impact the system.

Respond and Adapt: A healthy partnership allows for flexibility when circumstances change, or experience reveals a better approach. We invest the time, energy, and resources in the relationship with our partners to ensure we can evolve with changing market dynamics, enhance resilience, and produce enduring results.

Measure and Learn: We measure the impact of our work on the market


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

ACLAIM Africa Limited

ACLAIM House, Plot 8, Martyrs’ Way, Ntinda I P. O. Box 7202, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0) 393 261595
ACLAIM Africa Limited is a leadership and management consulting firm. Our future in waiting is simply to see “Thriving Organisations”. A thriving organization is one that is continuously growing and developing its capabilities to successfully meet societal needs and thereby delighting its various stakeholders. Such an organization should be able to accomplish this in an unpredictable and frequently changing environment and to sustain this performance over a long period of time. For over two decades, ACLAIM has deeply sought to understand the leadership and management challenges faced by organisations – both for profit and not-for-profit – and to carefully guide them along the path to the desired end. Our support is provided to clients through Consulting, Training and Outsourcing.


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


P. O Box 33900, Kampala - Uganda, Plot 17, Nazziba Rise, Zana off Entebbe Road.
Contact Phones : +256 782 539 647,+256 414 200 801
We Are A Registered NGO Who Have Been In Operation Since 1997. Our Aim Is To Empower Young People For Quality Life. Visit Us Today!


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
NGO (General) in Uganda | Action Aid Rwanda


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


7 Miles, Kagoma, Bombo Road, Wakiso, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : 256 772 533676,+256 393 240271
Web Address
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


P.O.BOX 218O9 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 322 Mukalazi Rd, Kawempe Division
Contact Phones : .,+256 750 859 254
Web Address :
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’.


Plot 2 school lane road kaabong Karamoja - Uganda, School Lane road
Contact Phones : 0777697676,+256-77-2516458
Web Address
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


P.O.BOX 10292 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+ 256-778-896317
Web Address :
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
Web Address :
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


P.O Box 9658, Kampala - Uganda, First Floor, Plot 32, Kanjokya Street,
Contact Phones : ., +256 414 531446
Web Address
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.

Actions For Childrens Trust

PO BOX 5970 Makerere Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256779595197 ,.
Web Address
About us Based in Uganda, we believe every child deserves a right to equal access to all necessary health care; children living with nuerologcal and life threatening disease or illnesses should have the best quality of life and treatment; We also want to see that children’s rights are protected and that those with disabilities live in a stigma free society, free from abuse and discrimination. We simply go with Christ’s simple message of love, acceptance for all. We believe we are His ‘Hands and Feet’ delivering services to whom the society would term as the low of the lowest.


PO Box 116 Luwero , Nakaseke District - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,(+256) 77 2643234
Web Address
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
Web Address :
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
Web Address
NGO (General) in Uganda | ADRA Rwanda


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.


Jinja - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,978.219.1930
Web Address
A.T.K Bible College was started in Jinja, Uganda in East Africa in May 2005 by Dr. Cliff Pash, Julie Pash and Pastor Toli Simon. Advancing the Kingdom Bible College is accredited by Faith Bible College located in Kansas City, U.S.A. Advancing the Kingdom Bible College is sponsored by A.T.K International headed by Dr. Cliff Pash. This Bible College has played a significant role in training many Christians in Uganda for Pastoral work, for evangelism, missions and several Christian Ministries. One of the greatest needs in the body of Christ in East Africa is to have a Bible/ Ministry Training Center for Church workers. Advancing the Kingdom Bible College is getting established to meet this need. Since its commencement in May 2005, A.T.K Bible College has trained more than 120 Church Ministers. The first Graduation of ATK Bible College in Jinja was in October 2006 in which 40 students graduated with Certificates in Biblical Studies. The second graduation was on 9th July

Advancing the Kingdom Ministries

P.O. BOX 44, LUGAZI, .
Contact Phones : .,.
We endeavor to Pursue God while Preparing others to be Promoted in their call and career. There is a place for you here. What ever your need may be, let us minister and serve you. We are here to share the love of Christ with you. With numerous opportunities to fellowship with us, we would love your participation. MISSION: (4-Dimensional) Disciple-New Converts Discover-Spiritual Gifts Develop-Growing /Progressing Dominion-Maturity/Leadership

Advancing The Kingdom Ministry

P.O. Box 350871 Grand Island, FL 32735, Plot 417 N Grove Street Eustis, FL 32726
Contact Phones : .,(352) 589-8153
Web Address
Mission: Advancing the Kingdom of God Vision: As a result of our teaching and hands-on training, men and women will be informed, inspired, instructed and infused with the understanding necessary to fulfill their God given purpose. How will we accomplish the vision? Advancing the Kingdom Ministry will accomplish the vision through teaching (imparting knowledge) and hands-on training (real life applications that make it easier to understand what is being taught). As a result men and women will be informed (given knowledge and spiritual insight), inspired (moved by divine inspiration), instructed (furnished with directions), and infused (poured into) with the understanding (knowledge) necessary to fulfill (carry out) their God given purpose (vocation – calling). What We Believe: In the triune God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit; Jesus Christ is true God and true man (Genesis1: 26, Matt 28:19, Acts 5:3-4, 9, John 10:30).


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,+256 312 812150

The Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE) is an independent public policy research and advocacy Think Tank based in Uganda, working in the East and Southern Africa sub-regions on a wide range of public policy issues. Our core business is policy research and analysis, policy outreach and capacity building. Since the organisation was formed 19 years ago, ACODE has emerged as one of the leading regional public policy Think Tanks in Sub-Saharan African. ACODE has been recognised among the Top-100 Think Tanks worldwide by the University of Pennsylvania's 2017 Global-Go-To Think Tank Index Report.

As a non-partisan and independent organisation, ACODE does not align with any political party or political organisation. However, given the direct relationship between development policy and politics, we believe that our work is political and it must stand for certain political causes of a bi-partisan nature. Such causes are legitimate issues of research interest


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.

Africa 2000 Network Uganda

Kampala, Plot 70 Bukoto Street, Lower Kololo, P.O. Box 21990., Bukoto
Contact Phones : +256-393-263218/9,+256-414-541 571
Web Address

Africa 2000 Network -Uganda is a local Non-Governmental organization that was conceived in 1986 at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly Special Session on the Critical economic Situation in Africa. Later in 1990, the idea developed into a United Nations Development Program that was implemented in 13 African Countries supporting community based projects aimed at environmental protection and promotion of ecologically sustainable development for improved livelihoods.

In Uganda project activities commenced in 1990 with focus on grassroots initiatives in the rea of sustainable agriculture. The programme used UNV/DDS volunteers to provide technical support to farmers. In 1997, with support from the European Union, A2N secured support for community projects in the districts of Iganga, Tororo, Kitgum, Kamuli, Homa and Wakiso.


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 : +256705301316,+256 414 574462
Web Address
Our Vision and Mission Vision: Equalisation of opportunities, social integration and rehabilitation of people with disabilities in Africa. Mission: CAN exists to promote access to appropriate information on disability and development for all people in Africa


Plot 41, Stretcher Road-Ntinda Kampala-Uganda 70008, .
Contact Phones : .,.
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.

Africa Evangelistic Enterprise(AEE)Rwanda

Plot XXX, Kigali
Contact Phones : n/a,+250-08587135
Web Address
NGO (General) in Uganda | Africa Evangelistic Enterprise(AEE)Rwanda


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.


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


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 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.


Contact Phones : .,+256 392849402
Web Address
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.


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.

African Defenders

PO Box 70356 Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 39 0202133,.
AfricanDefenders (the Pan-African Human Rights Defenders Network) is a network of five African sub-regional organisations, dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights defenders (HRDs) across the African continent.


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.


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 Enterprise

PO Box 28190 Spokane, WA 99228, .
Contact Phones : .,509-343-4011
African Enterprise has been evangelising the cities of Africa through mission in Word and Deed in partnership with local churches for over 50 years! We’ve only just begun… Our passion to proclaim the Gospel is carried out primarily through evangelistic outreaches, or ‘missions’ , in the major cities of Africa. We believe that all people – from street children to presidents – need to hear and be changed by the Gospel!


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.


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 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
Web Address
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.

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.

African Women and Girls Organization for Total Knowledge Ltd. (AWAGO)

Plot 124, 128 Bukoto St, Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 782 507294
Web Address
Together, community organizations, NGOs, and African Women and Girls Organization for Total Knowledge Ltd. (AWAGO) recognize that mental wellness is a core skill for any woman to be successful. We know that organizations that include Transcendental Meditation™ in their wellness initiatives bring out the best in each of their employees, clients, and partners. Let’s bridge the gap between community development and the personal mental health of all stakeholders.


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
NGO (General) in Uganda | AFRICARE Rwanda

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.


P. O Box, 34933 Kampala - Uganda., Entebbe Road, Zana Opposite Aggrey Memorial
Contact Phones : +256 414 660 345,.
We Are A Registered Muslim NGO Who Have In Operation Since 2014 Who Have Gained Recognition In Teaching Qur'an, Educating Income Generating Skills To Muslim Youths Like Soap Making, Carpentry Among Others. Call Us Now!

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

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 Cooperation and Research in Development (ACORD)

P.O BOX 804 Gulu, Layibi Central, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-772-664-510
The work of Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development (ACORD) in Uganda includes critical research into the causes of conflict, poverty and promotion of good governance. ACORD believes that social justice and equality are the basis of meaningful peace and its work focuses on redressing economic and social imbalances. Current programmes include HIV prevention, research and training in conflict resolution and good governance. Most of ACORD's peacebuilding activities is conducted at the grassroots level, with local peacebuilders. The organisation also trains local mediators and works with vulnerable communities such as internally displaced persons to ensure their safe return and reintegration. ACORD supports youth groups in different parts of Uganda to promote peace through dialogue, sports and drama.

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.

AGHA Uganda

P.O.Box 24667, Kampala, Uganda Kalinabiri Road, Plot 708 Naiga Close, Plot 703 Naiga Close, Kalinabiri road, Ntinda
Contact Phones : .,0772602138
Web Address :
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

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 Business Initiative (aBi)

Plot 20, Nakasero Road. P.O Box 29851, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 312 351600
Web Address :
Value Chain Development The ABI Development strategy supports market-driven enterprises using a value chain approach for specific commodity groups (sub sectors) where six value chains are being supported. These include: maize; pulses, coffee, oilseeds, Horticulture and Dairy. Both technical and financial support is extended to actors for improved efficiency, effectiveness and competitiveness. VCD supports those aspects that alleviate obstacles which would hinder the smooth flow of produce from production to the final consumers.

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

Aid Stream

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
About us We built AidStream because we could see how complex IATI was for organisations without dedicated tech support (which is most of you!). We wanted to help achieve IATI’s goals of making aid data open and transparent, and ultimately, improving outcomes and so we decided to make it as easy as possible for aid organisations to publish that very same data. AidStream simplifies the complexity associated with creating an open global standard for aid data, so that you can get on with changing the world.

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.

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.


615 First Avenue NE, Suite 500 Minneapolis, MN 55413, .
Contact Phones : ., 612.874.5466
Web Address
At the refugee settlements where we work in Uganda, Alight hosts people from some of the most diversely populated camps in the world, with residents from DRC, Sudan, Somalia, South Sudan, Burundi, and several other countries. These settlements are abundant. The confluence of cultures makes for an energizing and creative environment, bursting with ideas. We work closely with these communities and other organizations operating within the camp, coordinating our services to meet the needs of the diverse and vibrant population.

Alliance for Life International (ALI)

P.O. Box 1314 Lake Forest, CA 92609-1314, .
Contact Phones : .,+1 949 340 7332
Our Mission: Alliance for Life International (ALI) is a faith-based, educational and charitable human rights organization. We affirm,defend, and live-out the built-in and equal value and dignity of all members of the human family, from their earliest phase of development to their natural end. Our concern for human life also extends to those who reside in socially disadvantaged countries where the lack of essential medical care is a reflectiion of severe health disparities and often results in shortened lifespans. It leads us to cooperate with leaders to improve medical care. Our Vision: A culture of life in which all members of the human family enjoy legal protection and care before and after birth.

Alliance with Communities for Rural Empowerement

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,0782240060
Web Address
ACRE Uganda strives to improve the quality of life of the rural poor by strengthening their existing livelihood programs, initiating new activities to diversify and increase their income through modern agriculture, increase their income in the water body areas among fishing communities. To develop community owned and managed institutions to sustain their livelihood activities To develop well trained and highly capable local service providers to provide timely support to the members. To develop community based models for natural resource management in order to protect and use resources for sustainable development To work in collaboration with the government, humantarian and development partners, private partners and community based structures as part of the overall capacity building process.


Contact Phones : .,+447968931572
Led by faith, together we enable our brothers and sisters in Christ to sow seeds of hope among communities in Uganda - developing leaders of integrity and empowering groups to overcome poverty and injustice through fellowship, training, projects and micro-finance.


P.O. BOX 27946, KAMPALA, .
Contact Phones : .,(844) 848-8679
Our Vision Participate in the social, spiritual and economic development of the continent of Africa and her people. Create a platform for partnerships to connect Africa and her global diaspora, lifting Africa out of economic dependency and working towards an empowered future of prosperity and self-sustainability.

Amazima Ministries

P.O Box 7191 Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 921 162
Web Address :

Amazima is made up of people in Uganda, the United States, and around the world who work diligently to love the person God has placed right in front of them.

Every outreach of Amazima Ministries, whether education scholarship, vocational training, or medical care, is built on a biblical perspective with an emphasis on relationship and disciple-making.


P.O Box 886, Kampala, Uganda Makerere - Kikoni - Along Nafubambi Road - Off Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road, .Nanfumbambi Road
Contact Phones : .+256-759-740-144,+256-771-242-076
The team also exercises great patience in the upbringing of the children because they hail from different backgrounds. This organization is a full-circle, when the child is enrolled into the system it isn’t just about their education but also their health, helping them with challenges at home and even passing it down to the younger teenage generation to mentor their juniors into growth.


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


Plot 5614 Connecticut Avenue,NW,#293 Washington, DC 20015-2604 , .
Contact Phones : .,+1.202.789.1136
Web Address
These statistics from the World Health Organization are a wake-up call for us all. The numbers are alarming as they stand, but it’s important to remember that each one represents someone’s child, parent, sibling, friend, or neighbor. It’s equally important to recognize that in today’s hyper-connected world, a public health threat in one part of the world can all too quickly become a public health threat everywhere in the world.

AMG International Uganda

P.O.Box 6414 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 393 111 248,.
Web Address
AMG is a Christian faith based Non-Governmental Organization whose core goal is to teach the word of God to destitute children both female and male and caters for their other physical needs such as Education, Health and social emotional. Colossians 1:28.

Animal Welfare and Protection Organization (AWPO)

P.O. Box 751, Entebbe - Uganda, Eastern Africa, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 758 402 502
Animal Welfare and Protection Organization (AWPO) as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) is registered by the NGO Board of Uganda Government - Registration Number: 13184. It is non-profit making, voluntary and charity based. Government policy permits Civil Society Organizations such as AWPO to perform certain functions in their respective Sectors especially where there is a gap in service delivery. Clearly, there is a gap in the recognition, appreciation of the situation and delivery of mandatory services related to: kindness to animals / animal welfare / animal wellbeing in Uganda with cruelty or abuse increasing by the day especially as commercialism picks up in the animal industry.

Anointed Upper Room Church

P.O Box 3637 kampala, +256 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256776913813
Web Address
International Anointed Ministries (IAM) also known as Anointed Upper Room Church was founded by Pastor Steven Mutesasira on the 24th of July 1996.

Another Hand To Rescue

Salama Rd, Kosovo Zone, Makindye Division, .
Contact Phones : .,+256755555516
To rescue, restore love and care and empowering the less privileged Another Hand To Rescue is a Christian Based and Non Profit Non Governmental Organization (NGO) founded in the year 2018. Our major aim is to rescue, rehabilitate and reconcile, Another Hand To Rescue cooperates with the Local Body and other non profit Organizations to extend our services. Since our initial start our projects have impacted a big number of youth, women, children and elders, through empowerment programs and mass sensitization on dangers of Drug Addiction and HIV?AIDS disaster. We provide educational opportunities to Children and we hope to expand this projects through your support.

Anti Domesitic Violence center

Plot 18/20 Amberly Road, Amber Court, Jinja, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 774 202987
ADOVIC is a woman led organization that was started by six members with a vision to have families living harmoniously without domestic violence. It started in 2012 as a community based organization in memory of those who were abused, battered, and murdered by the very people who were supposed to love, cherish and protect them. and is now a fully established non government organization authorized to operate country wide, with a secretariat in Jinja and focuses on five program areas:


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

Apostolic Church International Fellowship

82-84 Rue Regnault, 75013 Paris, France, .
Contact Phones : .,+33618802830
We have several conferences in different parts of Europe and worldwide. You are very welcome to join us!

Appropriate Rural Technology Institute(ARTI-Uganda)

Plot 2947, Mbogo Road
Contact Phones : +256(777)613783,+256(414)666841
Web Address
NGO (General) in Uganda | Appropriate Rural Technology Institute(ARTI-Uganda)

Aridland Development Programme (ADP)

Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : (256) 0393 206 543 ,.

ADP is a Christian organization which started in 2004 with the aim of serving the poor and marginalized persons in the Karamoja sub region (Abim, Kotido, Kaabong, Napak, Amudat, Nakapiripirit and Moroto). The organization is fully registered with the National NGO Board in 2008, granting it legal authority to provide services under the laws of Uganda. In the struggle to make a difference in the life of youth and other community members, ADP is engaged in several interventions targeting improvement in the livelihood of the beneficiaries through multiple vocational and enterprise skills training and other livelihood sectors.


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

Arise Children's Fund

10117 Sepulvda Blvd ste207 Mission hills, ca 91345-2600, .
Contact Phones : ., +1 (424) 310-8374
We have a bold approach: graduating healthy, educated, empowered and employed young adults from our program so they can achieve the goal of breaking the cycle of poverty. Our Vision Providing orphaned children with the support they need to attain a basic education, health care and skill so they can grow into responsible citizens. Some of the children in the organization are rescued/identified as infants living with relatives who can hardly support themselves


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.

ARISE in Uganda

601 Heritage Drive, Suite 421, Jupiter FL 33458, .
Contact Phones : ., 1-888-680-6100
Arise Foundation of Uganda is a non profit, registered non-governmental Christian organization based in Uganda East Africa. It is located in its new home (headquarters) in Makindye Kampala Uganda. It was founded on the core christian values. ARISE Foundation USA (not affiliated with ARISE Uganda) is assisting ARISE Foundation Uganda by providing its life skills curricula at no charge for use with former child warriors and other deprived children in Uganda. Their goal is an appropriate, inter-denominational service provider to undeserved populations in Uganda which can be extended to and or adopted by regions beyond the borders regardless of race, culture, religion or any other reason. ARISE Foundation USA has provided its life-skills curricula and staff training DVD at no charge to ARISE Foundation of Uganda for use with at-risk youth and orphans. Brother Jude Nyanzi is the executive director, and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with our brothers and sister

Ark of Covenant Church

Bleeklaan 119, 8921 HA Leewuarden Netherland, .
Contact Phones : (+31)626334971,(+31)650272767
VISION Our goal is to bring the practical reality of God into people's life. DOCTRINE STANDARD

Ark of God’s Covenant Ministry (AGCOM)

CAMSIC Junction, Buea South West Region, Cameroon. , .
Contact Phones : .,+237 672 944 216
Web Address
Welcome to Ark Of God's Covenant Ministries We firmly believe in God's word. Now come worship with us. We welcome you to the official website of Ark Of God Covenant Ministries. I pray God's divine blessings on you as you use this platform. Ark of God’s Covenant Ministry (AGCOM) came about through a revelation. I am Apostle John Chi. When God called me by his grace and used his servant Prophet TB Joshua to anoint me and entrusted the light of the Word in me, I was overwhelmed by this grace. But, I had this burden in my heart to take this light to my people. In my supplication to God about his vision, I experienced a remarkable encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ on the 2nd week of July 2013. The people of old carried the Ark of God’s Covenant with them everywhere they went even into battles. Today, we carry the Ark in our hearts.

Arms Around Africa Foundation (AAAF)

Plot 5, Katuuso Close Buziga Kampala, Uganda(East Africa), .
Contact Phones : .,+256 2009-00277
Arms Around Africa Foundation (AAAF) is a Pan-African non-profit social development organization. It follows a holistic program to nurture and hone talents and skills of disadvantaged children, youth and women from very diverse backgrounds and improve on family livelihoods in slums of disadvantaged communities from across Africa. We are dedicated to rescuing vulnerable children and rehabilitating them through talent promotion, health care, education, and grooming them into useful members of the community. Arms Around Africa Foundation (AAAF) is currently running four Flagship projects and programs and these include; Happy Children Mobile Center, Educational / Resource centers, a Medical center and a Cultural Center (Makindye Cultural Center). Other partnership projects being undertaken include; Women Savings Initiatives, Farmers groups, Vocational training and Vegetable gardens (Urban Farming) to support the centers.

Art of Living

Contact Phones : .,.+91 8067612345?
Web Address
We Serve Society by Strengthening the Individual "The Art of Living is more of a principle, a philosophy of living life to its fullest. It is more a movement than an organization. Its core value is to find peace within oneself and to unite people in our society – of different cultures, traditions, religions, nationalities; and thus reminding us all that we have one goal to uplift human life everywhere."

Ashah Razyn Foundation (ARF)

Contact Phones : ., +256-414-696426
Ashah Razyn Foundation (ARF) is a Non Governmental Organization that was established to promote quality legal assistance to indigent and vulnerable people as well as advocate for the human rights of minorities. ARF seeks to make public justice systems work for victims of abuse and oppression who urgently need to benefit from the rule of law. We fight for the restoration and non-abuse of human rights ranging from Civic rights, political, socio- economic rights. We work towards citizens benefiting from states obligations to fulfill, to respect and to protect its citizens towards enjoying their human rights. ARF also works to transform the socio-economic conditions of rural communities in Uganda. Currently, our programs are designed to be sustainable so as to achieve the development impact. It’s a membership organisation with a purpose of promoting human rights, Access to justice and rule of law in. Virtually, the founder aimed at creating a unified voice to challenge the marginalized pe

Ashinaga in Uganda

Kagga road, East 2 Zone, Nansana Municipality P.O. Box 71533, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0)782-528-588
Our Philosophy The charitable support from the public enable us to provide educational support and emotional care to orphaned students*. We strive to spread this compassionate work all around the globe, and to create a world free from threats to human dignity. *Defined by Ashinaga as students who have lost one or both parents, or who have at least one parent with a severe disability. Our Mission We provide comprehensive support and education to orphaned students so that may become compassionate citizens of the world who have the determination and ability to contribute to the betterment of humankind. Our Vision Ashinaga envisions a world in which: All orphaned young people have equal access to education. All orphaned young people are provided with emotional support. Orphaned young people come together and support each other, forming a bond that extends across borders.

Asifiwe Child Care Ministries

P. O. Box 554 Entebbe Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 701-941- 046
Our Vision and Mission Asifiwe is a ministry that exists to care for Africa’s most vulnerable children who in return will become productive citizens and will rebuild the foundations of their societies that have been destroyed.We believe that the love of Christ is able to transform their lives and heal the pain of their past. We believe that Jesus will raise them up to become young men and women who will change their society and break the cycle of poverty and hopelessness. ASIFIWE is a voluntary, non-profit making organization. OUR VISION Raise and nurture the lives of children, young men and women to become godly and competent citizens who will rebuild the foundation of their society that has been destroyed. OUR MISSION Provide care for the orphaned and vulnerable children, young men and women of Africa

Assist International

P.O. Box 66396 Scotts Valley, CA 95067 , .
Contact Phones : (831) 438-4582,(209) 599-1890
Assist International continues to send aid, monitor equipment and carry on with our mission to assist the vulnerable during this COVID-19 crisis. We are limiting staff and volunteers in our offices and suspending international travel over the next weeks in compliance with regional government requirements. We are working closely with our in-country staff and partners to move programs forward. Our partner orphan villages are especially impacted by this crisis and in need of additional support. We hope you, your family and friends are safe and taking precautions to stay well and healthy!

Assistance Vulnerability Elderly and Children International – AVEC

St. Luke church of Uganda Kitebi, Opp Mutesa II Royal Stadium, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 779 531745
Assistance Vulnerability Elderly and Children International – AVEC International is a registered non- governmental organisation (Reg no. 10561). With its head office in Kampala, St. Apollo Kivebulaya Church of Uganda, Kitebi Lubaga Division opposite Muteesa II Royal Stadium Wankulukuku, Kampala. It was started in April 2013 by a group of Social Workers motivated by the social work principle of restoring the social functioning and improvement of the quality of life and wellbeing of individuals, groups and communities in Uganda and the world at large. Initial assessment meant to identify key local problems and conditions of the elderly and vulnerable children was carried out in Mityana, Wakiso, Kayunga, Gulu, Kamuli and Kampala districts of Uganda in early 2013. This provided basis for evidence-based decision making process as a fundamental principle upon which the organization was formed and operates. Our Mission: To wholly transform the lives of elderly people and vulnerab

Atin Afrika

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address
Education is a cornerstone of our program. At Atin Afrika, we have a teacher who runs our informal education program. Our intention is to spark the child’s interest in education, build foundational skills and to assess the childs grade level before being taken back to school. This is done before resettlement of the child. Lack of access to education is one of the leading push factors that result in children turning to street life. We sponsor resettled children in education; a key factor in the success of the Atin Afrika model.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,212) 575-2605
Our Vision The Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities is building a world that prevents genocide and other mass atrocities. Our Mission Through education, training, and technical assistance, we support States to develop or strengthen policies and practices for the prevention of genocide and other mass atrocities. We also encourage and support the cooperation of States through regional and international networks to advance prevention.

Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commision

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address
The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) is the national regulator of charities. The ACNC was established in December 2012 to achieve the following objects: maintain, protect and enhance public trust and confidence in the Australian not-for-profit sector support and sustain a robust, vibrant, independent and innovative not-for-profit sector promote the reduction of unnecessary regulatory obligations on the sector. The ACNC is led by Commissioner Hon Dr Gary Johns and a strong leadership team. The ACNC Commissioner's position is established by section 110-5 of the ACNC Act.


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.

Awinjo House

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+1 (678) 858-6342
Web Address :
How Awinjo House Was Started In 2007, Papa Ken had severe malaria and was admitted to a clinic for two days. It was there that he met Awinjo Joyce. This girl was 16 years old and full height, but only weighed 67 pounds. She was saved and sang in her church choir, but her stomach was bloated and lumpy. Papa Ken took took her for an ultrasound, and was with her when the doctor found large masses in her abdomen that were affecting her liver, kidneys, and spleen. The doctor was positive that it was lymphoma. For the next week Papa Ken took Awinjo and her mother to various doctors and labs for tests, and the best diagnosis was advanced lymphoma, which is cancer in the lymph system. The treatment is chemotherapy, which Awinjo could not survive in her weakened condition, and no one could afford it anyway. She was born out of wedlock and her father abandoned the situation. Her mother then got married to another man who sent Awinjo to live with her grandmother. She had been staying with t


P.O.BOX 27696, Kampala, Uganda, 27696, .
Contact Phones : .,07411487336
BABA YANGU FOUNDATION is a christian faith based non-profit organization that is passionate about empowering lives and reaching out to the hurting world and influencing the world with the great work and message our LORD Jesus Christ. ​ BABA YANGU FOUNDATION: was founded in 2010 and is a registered organization in Uganda. BABA YANGU FOUNDATION UK fund raises for BABA YANGU FOUNDATION UGANDA. The Organization has been expanding continuously in terms of social Development services and It has worked for the promotion of sustainable, equitable and participatory development, social welfare and social justice. This is majorly done through music dance and drama, counseling sessions, rehabilitation programs, preaching, video casts, and HIV/AIDS preventive and educational programs, youth camps among others.Our memberships comprise of volunteers and missionaries from various Christian background, walks of life and professions.

Babuka Development Trust Uganda (BUDETU)

P. O. Box 35804 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 41, Factory Road, Ntinda
Contact Phones : +256 751785602,+256 778558670
Web Address
About Babuka Development Trust Uganda Established in January 2011, BUDETU works in the districts of Mukono, Mbale, Bulambuli, Kapchorwa, Manafwa, Bukedea, Budaka and Sironko. Vision: A Wealthier, Healthier, local community on Sustainable basis. Mission: To support local communities to identify, mobilise, utilise, develop and manage the local resources on a sustainable basis. This is done through; Environment and natural resources management (agro-forestry, soil and water management, environment education and planning, skills development) quality education and skills development HIV/AIDS control and impact mitigation Orphans, vulnerable and other needy children support Climate change mitigation and adaptation

Back to Eden Ministries

Plot 189 Wamala Road, Najjanakumbi-Kampala-Uganda., .
Contact Phones : +256 772 518 554 ,+256 776 648 622
Back to Eden Ministries is based in Kampala, Uganda’s capital city, East Africa. Back to Eden Ministries started as a passion to care for orphaned and destitute children. Later it was discovered that the sole cause of orphans and destitute children were weak family foundation. Some families had gone through unique suffering as a result of prevalent civil strife, wars and AIDS. After all these many families started picking up stones to put the family together once again without adequate Godly counsel. Further research revealed that cultural practices and bondage like polygamy, payment of dowry and many other marriage rituals. This gave the family a very weak foundation upon which its values were founded. Back to Eden Ministries was born with the sole aim of re injecting Godly Values in to the family so that the family would have a strong foundation upon which Children would have a fertile environment to grow from and also attain proper nurturing thereby constitutin

Bakiga Lodge

Bakiga Lodge, Ruhija Trading Centre, Ruhija Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, .
Contact Phones : +256 (0)774518421,+256 (0)701179789
Web Address
Built overlooking a beautiful valley, Bakiga Lodge is a wonderful accommodation for visitors looking for a real african experience with amazing views of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. We are a luxury african eco lodge, situated in the Ruhija sector of Bwindi national park, just a few minutes drive from the Gorilla Trekking meeting point. Our priority is your comfort – we offer warm Ugandan service and fantastic food. The Lodge offers 10 spacious cabins, all self-contained with ensuite bathrooms and private balconies with spectacular views of the forest. Relax in comfort around our fire or at the bar after your Gorilla Trek or Birding tour. WIFI internet is available at the lodge. We are a non profit lodge – part of the Bakiga Community Project – a registered NGO in Uganda and a registered charity in the UK.

Baptist International Missions

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +(423) 344-5050,.
Web Address
In 1917 Anton and Viola Andersen boarded the ship The City of Calcutta to plant their lives in Africa for the sake of the Gospel. Through more than forty years of ministry, thousands came to Christ. In 1955 the Andersen's son Fred, a student at Tennessee Temple, impressed upon Dr. Lee Roberson the need for helpers in the Belgian Congo. In response Dr. Roberson, along with nine other pastors, organized the Southern wing of the Congo Gospel Mission. When the Congo closed in 1960 because of revolution, Dr. Roberson made the motion that the Mission be enlarged to embrace the world. That led to the formation of Baptist International Missions on June 28, 1960. Since 1960 BIMI has extended its ministries into 100 fields around the world. With one thousand missionaries the Mission continues to assist local churches with their efforts to fulfill the Great Commission.

Baptist Missions International Inc.

P.O. Box 9 Harrison, TN 37341, .
Contact Phones : 505-325-1456,(505) 716-7647
We will be working alongside another experienced Missionary family. We will assist in church planting, training national pastors, and evangelism.

P.O. Box 1761 Mbale, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,(417) 257-7791
Over fifty years ago, Dr. Tom Malone began to publish The Baptist Vision. His purpose was to publish a complete sermon that could be used by a preacher and also used as a tool to win the lost to Christ. He also wanted to provide a report on the growth of the church he pastored in Pontiac, Michigan, as the Lord was using that ministry to see tens of thousands saved. Generations of pastors and laymen have been encouraged, instructed, and challenged by Dr. Malone's ministry. In October 1995, Dr. Malone passed the torch to Dr. Clarence Sexton, pastor of Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee. Today, readership of The Baptist Vision exceeds 60,000 copies per month in every state of the Union and fifty-nine foreign countries. Throughout the years, the purpose of The Baptist Vision has remained the same to walk in the old paths and bring the Baptist perspective to the issues of the day. The Baptist Vision maintains the historic Baptist emphasis on the Great Commission, the centralit


P.O BOX 10143, KAMPALA - Gayaza, Manyangwa Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 775 975 262
Web Address
Our Vision To transform the lives of vulnerable children into self-sufficient and morally responsible citizens who will in turn change their environments for the better year after year. Our Mision We equip vulnerable children with formal education and self-sufficient life skills in cultural music, dance and drama that will give them confidence in their heritage while setting them up for the future.


Contact Phones : .,+44 (0) 161 224 2620
We offer you teaching on discipleship, a way of living your life that is Holy and acceptable to God. In the bible, Jesus reveals how to live for the glory of God and by the grace of God, we live and teach how Jesus teaches. We are committed to publishing Christian teaching with a radical and uncompromising edge. We do this using different media, including DVD’s, CD’s, books and music, to minister to the body of Christ all over the world. We recognise that in many parts of the world, a lack of finance can be an obstacle to obtaining resources that will provide much needed teaching. We are therefore committed to publishing and printing all our products at minimum cost. Our workers are voluntary, receiving no wages. Everything is published, produced and printed in-house, enabling us to provide the resources you need quickly and economically.


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 &


P.O. BOX 52, KALANGALA - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
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Vienna based organisation for educational aid for Africa. We are a team of ... 2014: Bbanga Project was officially registered in Austria and Uganda.

Beacon of Hope Uganda

256 Kampala road, Verona House, Mukono Municipality, 1st Floor, Verona House
Contact Phones : +256702812255,+256702812255
NGO (General) in Uganda | Beacon of Hope Uganda

Bead For Life Uganda

Plot 1948, Senfuka Road, off Bukasa Close Muyenga, Kampala UGANDA, .
Contact Phones : .,.
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Our Story It started with beads. Our story begins in 2004 in Uganda. While walking through a slum, our founders Devin Hibbard, Ginny Jordan and Torkin Wakefield, stopped to talk to Millie Grace Akena. Millie was sitting outside of her mud home in the sweltering sun, rolling beads from strips of paper. Though she struggled to put food on the table, Millie found joy in creating beautiful things with her own hands, and she was determined to build a better future for her family.

Bes Charity foundation (BCF)

P. O. Box 23988, Kampala(U) Plot 4708, Mpererwe Ttula – Kawempe, .
Contact Phones : .,.+256 704-810-630
Bes Charity foundation (BCF) is a charitable local NGO in Uganda which was formed in November 2004 and officially inaugurated on 31st July 2005. It is registered with the NGO Board under registration No.5914/5297. This organization was also registered with the Registrar of Companies on 12th July 2005, as a company limited by Guarantee(without Share Capital)under registration number 74356. The Organisation Came into being as a result of the efforts of foresighted Ugandans, who strongly believed that there is an amount of satisfaction that one gets by making someone who is disadvantaged or those who have lost hope, to live a better life. The founding members of BCF were each individually giving a helping hand to a number of orphans and other vulnerable children from their extended families. However, at a certain point realized the need for collaboration and solidarity in service delivery, hence the desire to form an NGO. Later on, it was discovered that there were many vulne

Better HAG Uganda

Plot 147, Kisingiri Road, Off Sir Albert Cook Road, Mengo Town,Kampala , PO Box 10098
Contact Phones : .,+256(0)414 695 288
Better HAG Uganda (Better Health Action Group Uganda) is a registered and incorporated National Non Government Organization in Uganda. The organization was founded in 2008 by Arnold Josephs Kituyi who mobilized 11 other colleagues to join him in championing the cause of better health with regard to sexual and reproductive health, HIV and AIDS, MNCH as well as support to orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC) in the country. The organization has since 2010 integrated activities consistent with sustainable environment and natural resources management in contribution to the global campaign towards climate change mitigation and/or adaptation following the Bududa mudslide tragedy which claimed and displaced hundreds of lives. From a small humanitarian group, Better HAG Uganda has evolved into a National NGO with the National Secretariat in Mengo-Kampala and active branch Offices in Mbale and Manafwa districts of Eastern Uganda.

Better Health Action Group Uganda

P.O. BOX 9620, KAMPALA, .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0)414 695 288,
Better HAG Uganda (Better Health Action Group Uganda) is a registered and incorporated National Non Government Organization in Uganda. The organization was founded in 2008 by Arnold Josephs Kituyi who mobilized 11 other colleagues to join him in championing the cause of better health with regard to sexual and reproductive health, HIV and AIDS, MNCH as well as support to orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC) in the country The organization has since 2010 integrated activities consistent with sustainable environment and natural resources management... Read More

Better World Uganda.

P.O. Box 406, Hoima-Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+(256)-772-426-607
Better World Uganda (BWU) is an indigenous, membership non-government organization registered with the Government of Uganda. Better World Uganda believes that every person, always, is in a kind of informal partnership with his/her community. His/her own success is dependant to a large degree on that community, and the community after all, is the sum total of the individuals who make it up. The institutions of a community, in turn, are the means by which those individuals express their faith, their ideals and their concern for fellowmen. BWU believes that we have a beautiful, fragile planet where all people and all things are interdependent and interconnected. Every action or inaction has an impact-good or bad –upon our surroundings, and anything we do today will have an impact on the lives of our grand-children in the near future to come. The only way we shall survive is to join our hands and our hearts. BWU therefore, by the people with the people and for the people endeavour

Schlesische Straße 26 10997 Berlin Germany, .
Contact Phones : +49 30 7676 4488 0,+49 30 7676 4488 40
Non-Profit Status is charitable and non-profit itself. We give our all for our social projects.

Beyond Sport

Fifth Floor 110 High Holborn London WC1V 6JS, .
Contact Phones : .,+44 (0) 20 7240 7700
Web Address
Beyond Sport is the global force for sustainable social change through sport, instilling insight, energy and impact in communities around the world What We Do • Convene and build networks educating the world on sport’s role in society • Celebrate and fund projects using sport to achieve positive outcomes around the Global Goals through sport • Promote and advocate key social issues and communities

Beyond Sport Foundation

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The Beyond Sport Foundation is a UK registered charity and US 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that celebrates, supports and raises awareness and funding for organizations using sport to help make the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a reality. We partner with organizations that purposefully use physical activity to do something greater. Our work is aligned with the SDGs (also known as the Global Goals), a roadmap adopted by world leaders in 2015 to stimulate action in areas of critical importance for humanity and the planet through 2030. Identified together with our expert partners, we support inspirational people and projects that are using sport to make a resounding and powerful impact on populations around the world. We are dedicated to solving the world’s biggest problems to ensure peace, prosperity and to protect the planet. Through the Foundation we also advise and elevate the very best organizations in the sport for social change space. We go beyond the traditional

Beyond Uganda’s foundation

P.O. BOX 71, BUGIRI, .
Contact Phones : .,+1-800-411-7602
OUR VISION That every person is given the tools and opportunity to break the cycle of generational poverty empowering them to become self sustainable in their own lives and contributing member of their community. We strive to not be a charity but a partner with each person to give them a “hand up not a hand out”. We do so using solutions that give Hope & Dignity to the Lost & Vulnerable and wrap all we do in the Love of Jesus Christ knowing that as we meet the immediate physical needs the deeper spiritual needs will be able to be met for the ultimate Hope & Sustainability.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
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Our mission 1) Increase the visibility and accessibility of the Scriptures online. 2) Provide free access to Bible study tools in many languages. 3) Promote the Gospel of Christ through the learning, study and application of God's word. Our Organization Bible hub is a production of the Online Parallel Bible Project. This project is privately owned and supported for the express purpose of sharing Bible study tools online. Most of our work is done by volunteers with an interest in using their technological skills to this end. Please see our contact page for additional information. Our History The Online Parallel Bible Project began in 2004 as, which provided a parallel, verse by verse view of 8 translations. Soon, many new tools were developed to support the parallel site. These began as separate sites, but our feedback led us to develop a single integrated platform. Thus, in 2007 several sites were integrated to form and later Stat

Big God International Ministries

Located in Kampala, Uganda 400m from Hem Supermarket Bunga Ggaba Road , .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772662418
Making Disciples that makes Disciples in Uganda, Africa and the world. Our Mission statement Making Disciples for the end times harvest in teaching the word of God in African communities and the world. Our Objectives To preach, teach and spread the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to all mankind in obedience to great commission contained in Mark 16:15 “Go ye into the entire world and preach the gospel to the whole creation To plant and establish churches with the objectives of evangelizing communities in obedience to the above. To establish projects at such churches to generate income that will improve the physical quality of life of members and the community. To establish institutions of learning for training in skills of leadership, entrepreneurship, management, and others. To train, license and ordain gospel ministries, overseers – apostles, pastors, prophets, evangelist, and teachers. To plan, organize and host international ministri

Big seal Foundation

Plot 158 Kisasi, Kyanja , .
Contact Phones : ., +256 787 22 96 24
Who We Are Bigseal Foundation is non- governmental organization not for profit and charity in nature, registered to work in Uganda to improve people living conditions for self-sustainability. The organization was established in 2014 and got its registration with NGO board on 04th May 2017 with a registration number 12988. The organization exists to serve the community through engaging in transformed innovation in favor of creating jobs to the community especially the youth and women in different districts in Uganda focusing on individual behavior change amongst young people as well as creating a systematic change in policy and practice towards a more supportive environment development. We deliver grassroots programmes in some of the most hard to reach and underserved areas of Uganda. In addition, we build the capacity of the community to work more effectively with and for the community in order to meet the basic human needs. Our major aim is to support the community to

BLAF Uganda Limited

Nkrumah Road,Sayuni Towers , .
Contact Phones : 0785 061676,0704 06 8837
Web Address
About BLAF Uganda Limited We are the publishers of The Students Thought Magazine and The Students paper: The students thought magazine is a student centered national magazine registered in Uganda under registration number 80020001082526 dated 22 JUNE 2018. The magazine is designed to raise funds to support the misfortune children and bring together students across the country 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 excluded young boys and girls to have a greater ownership of the country’s and the word’s development processes. Our activities aim at building student’s capacity and arouse their interest in issues regarding positive attitudes in their own interest and in the interest of communities in which the students live and grow for a better tomorrow.


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

Blessed Ministries Uganda

Clock Tower, P. O Box 73295 Kampala, Uganda, Africa, .
Contact Phones : .,+256.776.779771
Our Vision A world in which every orphan obtains the right to survival, education, and love. Our Mission We exist to serve orphans and the elderly in the poorest communities in Uganda.

Blessings of Joy

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ., (918) 402-3072
About Blessings of Joy Statement of Faith Blessings of Joy is a non-denominational, not for profit Christian organization At Blessings of Joy we believe in the Holy Trinity. One God, eternal, infinite, and unchangeable but in three persons: God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. (Genesis 1:26; Matthew 28:19) We believe that the Bible is God’s own word, written by men as inspired by the Holy Spirit. The Holy Scripture is the authority and guide to our Christian walk. (2 Timothy 3: 16-17) We believe that Jesus Christ is God. He was born by the Virgin Mary after being conceived by the Holy Spirit (Matthew 1:18; Isaiah 7:14) and became man so that he might save mankind. The Lord Jesus Christ became man without ceasing to be God. Christ redeemed mankind through his voluntary sacrifice at the cross. We believe the Holy Spirit is the giver of life and that He convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment (John 16: 8-11). After one accepts Jesus as their Lord and sa

Brave.Beautiful.BOLD Ministries of Uganda.

P.O. Box 409 Kabale, Uganda 256, .
Contact Phones : .,+256.775.807.123
EXPERIENCE IT! FEEL IT! COME BE PART OF IT! Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. 2 Corinthians 9: 6-8 Get Involved OUR PROJECTS Helping Ugandan's Help Themselves 60104817_2511748622169691_41755890236050 FEEDING PROGRAMS No one ever learned on an empty stomach Read More >> 50853945_342966652983165_659655468411309 WOMEN'S MINISTRY, TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT Women are the main force behind change in third world countries Read More >> facebook_untitled.jpg EMPOWERING MEN THRU CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Fathers, Husbands, & Role Models are needed more now then ever Read More >> facebook_untitled.jpg MEDICAL CLINIC Medical care is one of the most crucial needs in rural areas Read More >> Little compares to experiencing life in EDUCATION E

Brethren Care and Community Empowerment Foundation (BCCEF)

Butanza village,Katikamu sub county luwero district opp Emmaus centre Gulu highway - And Field Office at Kikyusa Sub-County kazzi village opp catholic church, Luweero District, .
Contact Phones : .,+256-788509993
WELCOME TO BCCEF Brethren Care and Community Empowerment Foundation (BCCEF) was formed in 2009 but it fully registered with the ministry of internal affairs in 2011 with registration number S.5914/9409. Aware of the many unemployment problems among the youth, poverty, destitute needy and orphaned children in the country brought about by the HIV/AIDS and civil strife in the country and aware that there are efforts through government and non-government organizations to ensure a bright and stable future for the new generation, mindful of the freedom to associate granted by the Uganda constitutional and our inspiration for social and community based development, justice, peace, and national prosperity we therefore resolved to put our brains together to help the needy in the country more so in rural areas hence the idea to start and register BCCEF as an NGO

Brick by Brick

Masaka-Kyotera Road, Bulinda Village Kalisizo Town, Kyotera District P.O Box 972, Masaka , .
Contact Phones : .,+256 200 902 073
OUR MISSION: Create partnerships to improve education, health, and economic opportunity in East Africa. Since 2003, Brick by Brick has been creating vital partnerships with Ugandan communities that promote sustainable development. Working with rural communities, we rebuild schools, identify critical needs in water, sanitation, and health. Our process: the secret to our success We are all about innovation: Addressing the needs of our Ugandan community by piloting programs, using what we have learned from our pilots, and launching successful programs that can be replicated in other communities. Through innovation we can truly make real, lasting improvements.

Bridge of Hope Children’s Ministry

P.O.Box 226 Rukungiri - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,01992 712427
Bridge of Hope Children’s Ministry is a Christian charity founded in the UK in 2008 by Geoff & Barbara Skerratt. We support children in the district of Rukungiri, South West Uganda who are orphaned, abandoned or living in extreme poverty. We believe that God has called us to serve those living in extreme poverty regardless of religious or social background. img_1215In the UK the Trustees, Advocates and Volunteers of Bridge of Hope Children’s Ministry all give their time voluntarily and are dedicated to supporting the work of the charity. This enables us to keep all administration costs to a minimum and we can use our incoming resources to benefit the children in Uganda. In Uganda Bridge of Hope Children’s Ministry is employing over twenty people including a manager, two field workers, cleaners, cooks, teachers and house mothers to care for the children. We are also able to give trainee teachers work experience at the Bridge of Hope School. This enables them to complete their cou

Bright Kids Uganda

Garuga, off Entebbe RD. Clocktower 31535 Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 403304
Mission: To rescue vulnerable and economically disavantaged children from the dire circumstances in which they are currently living, by providing housing, their basic necessities and education. Our hope is that these children will have a chance to fully realize their God-given pontential and empower them, to become leaders and productive members of the their community. Vision: -To establish long tern community-based homes for orphaned, abandoned and neglected children. -To provide education and job training. -To provide medical care fot the orphans. -To intergrate the community into improving the lives of the orphans. -To build and incorporate a non denominational place of worship. IN 2000, Victoria Nalongo Namusisi began Bright Kids Orphanage in hopes of making the lives better for children in Uganda. Victoria’s background prepared her for the life of service. She was born to a peasant fisherman and early in her media career she served as a presidential and parliamentar


P.O. BOX 7853, KAMPALA, .
Contact Phones : .,.
BD has two regional programs in Rwenzori and Lango region, targeting more than 40.000 family farmers. The programs aim to improve efficiency and sustainability of family farms and to improve the nutritional situation of farmer households. It works on increasing participation in marketing activities and at improving gender and generational relations. This, through time, should lead to change in both economic as social relationships, which are both necessary to achieve a more dignified life and to realise a positive development, both at household and at community level.

Bryan White Foundation

Bambula - Busunju Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 39 2001382
In Uganda, agriculture is the backbone of the economy and it’s because of this background that Bryan White Foundation has come up to support the sector. In Uganda the demographic figures show that male take the highest percentage in agriculture of which 78.9% were male and 21.1% were female. According to Uganda Bureau of Statistic census report of 2008/9, this is the reason as to why the foundation came up to boost agriculture. Agriculture is one of the sectors that the foundation is involving itself in and is continuously funding. The foundation provides farmers with tools like hoes, pangas, seeds and seedlings to ease their job.

Budongo Conservation Field Station

PO Box 362 Masindi Uganda , PO Box 362, .
Contact Phones : .,.+256 (0)782 532326
Welcome to the Budongo Conservation Field Station's website where you will find a wealth of information about the conservation activities and research opportunities at BCFS (formerly Budongo Forest Project). Since its inception in 1990, BCFS has blended research and conservation to ensure sustainable management and utilisation of the Budongo Forest Reserve as a model for tropical rain forest management.

Bududa Learning Center

P.O. Box 1918, Mbale, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : ,.
Web Address

We pursue our mission through Bududa Learning Center, a non-governmental organization (NGO) founded by Barbara Wybar, a citizen of both Canada and the United States of America, who came to the hills of Bududa as an unpaid volunteer in 2003. Bududa Learning Center is owned and operated by Bududa Canada Foundation, a non-profit corporation chartered in Canada and licensed to do business in Uganda. Bududa Learning Center is supported financially by both Bududa Canada Foundation and Bududa America Foundation. The entire leadership of our two foundations is composed of unpaid volunteers. Barbara Wybar continues unpaid as our dedicated Executive Director and inspiring leader of Bududa Learning Center.


Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : +256-753-564 686 ,+256-772-210 045

BUGIRI CHILDREN FOUNDATION -  is a charitable Institution based in Musongola, Bugiri and aims to realize the fundamental human rights of orphaned and abandoned children. We also empower financially impoverished and incapacitated families (especially widows), all that with respect and dignity. When a community lifts itself out of poverty, everything changes. Poverty does more than exhaust, starve, trap and kill people. It destroys their sense of worth, limits their horizons, and robs people of the chance to reach their full potential. We long for new life and a new sense of worth for people. We do whatever it takes to end poverty and rebuild poor communities. We work through local communities, because they’re Yeshua’s body on earth, ready to care for the whole person. Please join us in our effort to help the destitute people of our society to understand theirs rights and the power they have to achieve a bright future and a duty to shine for YHWH.

Buhaguzi Action For Rural Development Foundation (BUARDEFO)

P.O. BOX 357, Hoima BUHIMBA-BUHAGUZI, Hoima - UGANDA., .
Contact Phones : +256774,102,576 .,+256392,882,049
Buhaguzi Action For Rural Development Foundation (BUARDEFO) is an indigenous, nongovernmental organization (NGO) in Uganda involved in the human and rural sustainable development in order to improve the quality of life of the people. BUARDEFO has it’s headquarter at Buhimba in Buhaguzi County, Uganda District and contact offices in Busia and Lira districts for Eastern and Nothern operations respectively. BUARDEFO is registered with the Uganda National Board of NGOs with registration certificate No.S5914/9847 The Foundation is owned by its founder members and Subscribers to its Constitution. BUARDEFO is managed by a competent Board with enough experience in development work supported by qualified staff. The program areas of the foundation are to promote formal education (through provision of primary and secondary education, education administration capacity building, and education infrastructure development), health service delivery (through safe water and sanitation, information

Building Bridges Uganda (BBU)

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256779532387
Building Bridges Uganda (BBU) is a Youth led Community Based Organization (CBO). Our registration number is WCBO/825/10,it was founded in 2009 . Its headquarters are located in Ward B along Kitende Kitovu Highway, Kajjansi Town Council, Wakiso district, , P.O BOX 871. Its now eleven years of vivid existence. BBU works on development issues that affect Uganda’s economy namely Gender, reproductive health and Women economic empowerment, Menstrual Hygiene Management, Theatre for Development Approach (TFD) SINOVUYO parenting life skills training

Building Hope Uganda

P.O.Box 261 Hoima, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : .,
Building Hope Uganda is a Not for Profit NGO aimed at transforming the lives of vulnerable communities of Uganda. It was established in 2012 and first registered as a Community Based Organisation (CBO) in Hoima District after raising concerns of poor living conditions of most households in the area. Learn more >> Our Mission To transform the lives of vulnerable and marginalized women and children in Uganda in areas of health, nutrition, education and livelihoods for self-sustainability. Our Objectives Ensuring a valuable and productive life for vulnerable children in Uganda. Empowering vulnerable women in Uganda through capacity building for improved living standards.

Building Tomorrow

Plot 679 Wamala Rd. (off Entebbe Rd) AMFIU House, Najjanankumbi P.O. Box 12082 Kampala, Uganda Contact, .
Contact Phones : .,
What We Do To us, Building Tomorrow means creating a brighter future by improving student outcomes in underserved communities. Our programs all serve that singular purpose within Uganda.

Bulambuli Initiative for sustainable Rural Development

P.o.Box, 1160 Mbale- Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : .,+256-779324405
Who we are ABOUT US BIRD (Bulambuli Initiative for sustainable Rural Development) is a grassroots community-based organization situated in the remote district of Bulambuli in Eastern Uganda, near the Kenyan border. It was founded in 2008 through local community contributions and registered with the Ugandan Government under the amended NGO Act in 2017 (# 12966). BIRD’s overall goal is to unite the efforts of rural farmers and villagers to jointly address issues of common concern in the region. While BIRD is a Christian-based organization, membership is open to all, regardless of religion, colour, age and gender. BIRD’s objectives of building a peaceful and just society, promoting skills Education for the less privileged support the farmers find better market for their good coffee, supporting community to build relicense mechanisms to face the day today challenges of life. Education and sustainable development are key to meeting these objectives as are advocating for enhancement of mo

Bulamu Children's Village

Bulamu Village, Kakerenge. Wakiso District. 37284 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ., +256-792-942-035
Welcome to the official website of Bulamu Children's Village - Uganda. Bulamu Children's Village provides a Home to needy and orphaned children. We strive to support needy children by providing a home and family semblance to any homeless child who is in dire need of family (loving human contact and support), shelter and education. At Bulamu, we help the needy, orphaned and less privileged children to grow into holistically developed individuals. Read more

Buliisa Initiative for Rural Development Organization (BIRUDO)

P.O. Box 534, Masindi, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 994 527
Web Address :
Buliisa Initiative for Rural Development Organization (BIRUDO) was founded in 2006 by a group of Ugandan youths after realizing a gap in capacity building in order to fight poverty among the local rural and urban communities. BIRUDO registered under registration number 11502 and S.5914/11655 as a Local Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) with The National Board for Non-Governmental Organisations Ministry of Internal Affair, Republic of Uganda. BIRUDO operates in Albertine region of Uganda, with its headquarters in Buliisa Town Council on Paraa Road, opposite Stanbic Bank Buliisa Branch. VISION A self sustaining and empowered vibrant community living free from poverty, ignorance and diseases. MISSION To improve the quality of life of the local communities through information sharing, sensitization, advocacy and networking for sustainable development. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE Strategic Objective1: Improve food, income security and resilience of the local community Strategic O

Bunyoro Social Centre

7 and half miles off Masindi Municipality on Kisanja Murchson Falls National Park oil road, Pakanyi, Labongo village
Contact Phones : +256 774 104 351, +256 703 035 167,+256 778 961 099

Bunyoro social centre,is a company, as well as  community based organization and and a place for agro-tourism ventures dealing In agricultural and tourism projects that are community driven to advance technology and set modern millennium goals in accordance to the un ones plus construction of accommodation and camping site In Masindi


3rd floor, Suite 322. Kampala Rd. Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 340 146
Web Address :
Buremba Community Initiative (BCI) is a local Non-Government Organization founded in 2013. BCI focuses on the needs and potential of young people through its holistic youth programming in education, health and WASH. With our Head Office in Kiruhura District and a Liaison Office in Kampala, BCI focuses majorly on empowerment and improvement of young people’s education, health and socio- economic well-being. BCI is currently operating in 4 districts of Kampala, Kiruhura, Ibanda and Mbarara Districts and hoping to expand to Kamwenge in Western Uganda. BCI is committed to empowering communities by fostering an active citizenry through creation of demand for and access to education, health information, services and supplies, and promotion of youth employment. We achieve this through engagement in capacity development and advocacy to ensure that the youth are empowered to live healthy and self-determined lives fully supported by those around them..

Bush net ltd

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

Bushenyi Integrated Rural Development

Bushenyi - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 (782) 343795
Founded in 2007, Bushenyi Integrated Rural Development is a National Non Government Organization registered in Uganda (Reg No. 8997, Reg Act CAP 113). We serve a population of over 853,600 in five districts (Buhweju, Bushenyi, Mitooma, Rubiriizi & Sheema) We reach out to and work with members of the rural communities in remote and hard to reach areas of 4 districts in South western Uganda to improve health care, education and household income.

Busia Area Communities Federation (BUACOFE)

P.O.BOX 137, Busia – Uganda. Plot 13B Samson Were Road, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 775 023 168
Background Busia Area Communities Federation (BUACOFE) is a child and youth focused indigenous Non Governmental Organization (NGO) which started operating in 2008 as registered entity supported by ChildFund International. It is located in southeastern Uganda 122 miles from the capital, Kampala. BUACOFE is comprised of three (3) community based organizations of Buyengo, Buhasaba and Buhenye which serve five sub counties of; - Dabani, Masinya, Buhehe, Lumino and Majanja found in Busia District.

Café Africa

1st Floor, Sia Amara Plaza, Plot 20/24, Spring Road, P O Box 31668, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ., + 256 393 266154 or +256 772 702 622
Café Africa’s VISION is that Africa’s coffee sector be inclusive, productive and beneficial in the long term. Café Africa’s MISSION is to be a catalyst for change and growth among stakeholders in the coffee sector by providing a framework that enhances policy and practice, and improves stakeholder livelihoods, especially for farmers. The Association aims to: assist Africa, through the coffee industry’s development, to reach the Sustainable Development Goals 2030. act as a catalyst to focus the vision of the industry in each country, and to build relationships so that stake-holders to work together towards achieving that vision. help organisations and companies to identify and agree the key points of intervention, and work to achieve the agreed objectives. find creative ideas and methods for rekindling interest in coffee production in Africa, especially among young people. Vision rvdb20061109_0279Café Africa was founded with the objective of working wit

Calvary Chapel Kampala

Plot 12, William Street. P.O.Box 7312, Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : +256 772 362756.,+256 414 234127
Calvary Chapel Kampala is a Bible teaching Church with a mission to Love and Disciple. Calvary Chapel Kampala is part of the Calvary Chapel fellowship of churches started by Pastor Chuck Smith at Costa Mesa, California in 1965. Calvary Chapel Kampala began on May 5th 2002 as a small fellowship of believers meeting together in a storefront on Nkrumah Road. The church congregation grew gradually as people were drawn to the simple and thorough teaching of the Word of God.

Canaan Children's Home

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Papa Isaac Wagaba and his wife Rebecca began the children’s home in 1996 with two abandoned children. During the reign of infamous Idi Amin, when Pastor Isaac was laying on a heap of bodies, Shot and left dead, he had a voice “Isaac, I have saved your life so that you may save the lives of the fatherless children…….. Isaac. I will be the father of those children through you.” Strengthened with energy from God, Pastor Isaac crawled from the pit and ultimately God fulfilled his promise, beginning with two abandoned children. Today in Buziika, near Jinja (Uganda), Pastor Isaac serves God who saved him to be a father of the fatherless, by directing a growing and vibrant orphanage and home for destitute children- the invisible children of Africa.


P.O. BOX 40142 KAMPALA, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address :
Our Story CAP AIDS was started in 2003 by a small group of concerned people in Canada and East Africa who both recognized that, at the time, there were no national scale Canadian NGOs focused exclusively on addressing HIV/AIDS in Africa. Meanwhile, they knew first hand of many volunteer-driven efforts in African communities who were making the most of meagre resources to respond to community needs on the struggle against HIV/AIDS in their communities. Our community was established to provide a means of connecting concerned Canadians with these groups on the ground in African communities and to support our common goals through solidarity, mentorship and joint project implementation. Since then, the organization has expanded and has become the Canada Africa Partnership Network (CAP Network – and CAP AIDS has remained as an affiliate community, focused on raising funds and solidarity for HIV/AIDS focused efforts under the CAP Network umbrella. For more infor

Cape of Good Hope Orphan Care and Family Support Project (COGHOC/FSP)

P.O BOX 441, Jinja/Kampala Rd. Plot 55, Mukono Commercial Bld Mukono Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 772 512 687,+256 414 290 384
Web Address
Coghoc exists to ensure effective deliverly of quality services and to contribute to a health society by providing healthy care sevices.

CARD Uganda

Plot 63/65, Nabuyonga Rise P.O. Box 798 Mbale, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256772431285
CARD Uganda is an indigenous Non government Organization that is legally formed and registered with the National Board for Non-Governmental Organizations and has been mandated to carry out development oriented activities in Eastern Uganda with an office located at Nabuyonga rise in Mbale District. The organization is providing Agribusiness and value chain development services to local, regional and international organizations as well as private sector companies. It offers a wide range of services in Agribusiness, Value Chain Analysis and Development, Market Information Services; all its services are designed to enhance capacity development and poverty reduction through strengthening the private sector.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 1-800-422-7385,.
Web Address
Who We Are CARE is a global leader within a worldwide movement dedicated to ending poverty. We are known everywhere for our unshakeable commitment to the dignity of people. Our Mission CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice. Our Vision We seek a world of hope, inclusion and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and all people live with dignity and security. Our Focus We put women and girls in the center because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. Our Values Transformation We believe in urgent action, innovation, and the necessity of transformation—within the world and our own organization. Integrity We are accountable to the people and partners we humbly serve, transparently sharing our results, stories and lessons. Diversity We know that by embracing differences, actively including a variety of voices, and joining together we can solve the wor


Kampala - Uganda, Jinja Kampala highway-mukono
Contact Phones : +256755588158,+256772926325
Care Concern Uganda is a non-profit making local organization providing: child care and education support, health support, women and girl child empowerment, HIV/AIDS prevention, relief measures to communities, provision of clean water to Ugandan communities, among others.


Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : ,.

CARE FOR UGANDA is a medium sized development organisation, founded in 2001. It operates in Uganda under the title Abaagala Uganda It has a particular emphasis on working with children and young people and part of its work is an ever-growing child sponsorship programme. It is committed to working in partnership with local communities and with other agencies seeking to deliver the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in that part of Sub Saharan Africa. It believes in sustainable development and has adopted as a slogan


Ssehab Hotel, Kabalagala District, Bugoma road, Kibanga - Buligo, .
Contact Phones : .,0788549682
Home - based health care workers mostly volunteers conduct elderly home outreaches visiting different islands and traveling great distances.

Caring Hands

3rd Floor Pan Africa House, Plot 3 Kimathi Avenue P.O. Box 10109, Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : + 256 414 340072,+ 256 751 703 914
Web Address
Caring Hands is a rights-based Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Kampala, Uganda. We contribute to the empowerment of the most vulnerable households and communities to break the cycle of poverty.

Caring Hands International Ministries and Medical Missions.

P.O. Box 72578 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 011 256 414532424,0414532424
Web Address
Caring Hands Foundation (CHF) is a Christian faith based non-profit 501 © 3 nongovernmental organization (NGO) registered in both the United States and Uganda. Our mission is to seek out and provide spiritual, social, educational, medical, and economic support to all people struggling with life. We sponsor evangelical crusades, discipleship training, and church planting. We provide educational grants and scholarships for all ages from primary to graduate school for individuals unable to obtain an education on their own. We fund construction of primary and secondary schools in remote villages throughout Uganda. We provide medical assistance through our CHF medical team located at Mulago Hospital in Kampala Uganda where we admit and provide hands on medical care to the poorest of the poor. We organize and fund mobile medical camps to remote regions of the country. We have offices located in Davenport, Iowa and Kampala, Uganda.

Caring Hands Uganda

Plot 1175, Mutasa Rd, Bweyogerere, Wakiso District, Uganda Postal address: P.O. Box 40007, Nakawa, Kampala, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 773 251604
ow it all began Uganda has been my home for over 20 years. I have lived on three continents. I was born in Finland and moved to Canada with my husband in the 1980s. From Canada, we moved as a family to Uganda in 1995. Touched by the poverty around us and in the spirit of the holidays, we planned to host a Christmas meal for 120 poor families in our Kampala neighborhood. We asked our friends and family to help us. We were overwhelmed by the generous donations of people wanting to help. That Christmas, we ended up providing a month’s worth of food to over 600 people. It made me feel so good to see how thankful families were that someone cared about them and wanted to help. However, I soon realized that this was not a long-term solution to their problems. I established Caring Hands to give poor families a chance to get a job, make some money, and find a way out of poverty. Our Livelihood Program gives disadvantaged women and youth the tools they need to become independent and bui

Caring Haven Uganda

Munyonyo Saalama Rd, kyamula
Contact Phones : +256755580085,+256704580085
Caring Haven Uganda is an organisation that focuses on giving a hand to the vulnerable. Through our homes, Caring haven Children's center, Ebenezer children orphanage we support the needs of children, youth and also the elderly.

Caring Hearts Uganda

Semakokiro Plaza, Kamwokya Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 782 974 348
Caring Hearts Uganda is a nonprofit organization in Uganda working to shape & empower the youth to walk the straight path because in life, only great foundations can guarantee a virtuous future. Since 2013, we have been on a mission to raise the living standards of young people through the promotion of proper menstrual healthcare, personal development and entrepreneurial skills. We’re all about action! With the support of generous partners, sponsors and individuals, we deliver BETTER LIVING to those in need.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +41 41 419 22 22,.
Web Address
Caritas Switzerland prevents, combats and alleviates poverty worldwide in around 20 countries. With its projects in development cooperation, it works in the areas of food security, water, climate protection, disaster prevention and migration as well as education for children and adults. It provides emergency relief in disasters and is actively involved in reconstruction work. Both its work in Switzerland and its international engagement are Caritas Switzerland’s contribution to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), set out by the UN in the 2030 Agenda.

Caritas Rwanda

Plot XXX, Kigali
Contact Phones : n/a,n/a
NGO (General) in Uganda | Caritas Rwanda

Caritas Switzerland

Plot 2468 Nsereko Road Nsambya Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +41 41 419 22 39,+256 772 479 043
Web Address
Why we are here Caritas Switzerland has been engaged in Uganda for over 20 years. During this time, the country underwent substantial transformation: After almost two decades, the war with the Lord Resistance Army ended. Subsequently, the majority of internally displaced people moved out of refugee camps and returned to their areas of origin. The necessary structures and institutions enabling a democratic system and a market economy are now in place. However, Uganda is still one of the world’s poorest countries. The dynamic economy and fast growing business centres are hiding the fact that the vast majority of the population is very young, poorly educated and unemployed. At the same time, government service delivery is compromised by a high degree of corruption and challenged by rapid demographic growth. Politics are contested, gender inequalities are pronounced, and natural resources disputed. In addition, the country is vulnerable to natural disasters and to the negative effects

Carribean Christian Centre For The Deaf

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +616-748-6020,.
Web Address
Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf exists to reach, teach, and nurture the Deaf of Jamaica so that they can experience the joy of knowing Jesus and serving within their community. We accomplish this by operating three residential schools spread geographically across the island (Kingston, Knockpatrick, and Montego Bay) as well as a centrally located Jamaica Deaf Village (Mandeville), which ministers with adult Deaf and their children. Read about our history, our staff and board members, and find our statement of faith.

Carriers of hope

carriers of hope e.V. Leonhard-Paminger Str. 35-37 94032 Passau Deutschland , .
Contact Phones : .,+49 (0)15678 5412570
carriers of hope”, is a registered non-profit organization whose task is to preach the message of God’s love worldwide, encourage believers to live out the good news in everyday life as well as offering humanitarian help to support those less fortunate. These things are accomplished for example through evangelistic outreach, church planting, trainings, seminars and conferences, short-term mission trips, micro finances etc. The “hope” in our name stands for “the hope of glory” that comes from Christ in us (Colossians 1:27). We have hope through the Good News of Jesus Christ, which everyone can choose to experience. Hope also exists through acts of love: helping the needy and establishing justice for the oppressed. “Carriers” are the people who take this hope to the very ends of the earth and tell others about God’s love through their words and actions. Nico Borissov, the founder of “carriers of hope,” lives with his family, in Passau/Germany and is the leader of evangelisation at

Catechetical Pastoral Training Centre, (Ngetta)

P.O Box 855, Lira, .
Contact Phones : +256 / 782355569, ,.

Young people make up the majority of Africa’s population. This youthfulness is a gift and a treasure from God for which the whole Church is grateful to the Lord of life…they have a profound longing for those genuine values which find their fullness in Christ”


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,888-277-7575
Web Address
Mission statement Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. We are motivated by the Gospel of Jesus Christ to cherish, preserve and uphold the sacredness and dignity of all human life, foster charity and justice, and embody Catholic social and moral teaching as we act to: PROMOTE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT by responding to major emergencies, fighting disease and poverty, and nurturing peaceful and just societies; and, SERVE CATHOLICS IN THE UNITED STATES as they live their faith in solidarity with their brothers and sisters around the world. As part of the universal mission of the Catholic Church, we work with local, national and international Catholic institutions and structures, as well as other organizations, to assist people on the basis of need, not creed, race or nationality. Approved by the Catholic Relief Services Board of Directors on September 11, 2008. We put our faith into act

CBM Kenya

Ring Road Parklands, P O Box 58004, 00200 City Square, Nairobi , .
Contact Phones : +(254) 731 090 014,+(254) 20 3751 798
Web Address
low the teachings of Jesus. Internationalism – We are an international organisation. Professionalism – We aim for quality in what we do. Integrity – We are good stewards of our resources. Communication – We communicate honestly and respectfully. Inclusion – We promote and practice inclusion

CCU-Children Care Uganda

507,Gulu City, Ojok Ojara Road plot 10 Gulu city
Contact Phones : +256393252092,+25639 3252092
CCU - Children Care Uganda we fight for the rights of homeless children,Children with Disabilities, poor young singles mothers, youths and orphans by giving them medical care, education, center for the homeless e.g


Plot 176 Kakungulu Road, Kibuli Hill, Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 312 103 848,+256 039 103 848
Web Address
Our Mission: “developing and nurturing entrepreneurial skills among people with emphasis on starting income generating activities that are sustainable in communities.” Our Vision: “creating a new generation of young leaders who are economically independent, socially responsible and politically active.” Our belief is that: “The strongest injustice facing Uganda and other African countries is not poverty, diseases, corruption, insecurity or lack of access to education, but, the more profound challenge is the failure of the education system to empower youth as leaders to solve those challenges.” Our theory of change is that: “As a movement of inspired, active, skilled and engaged women entrepreneurs is built, their thinking will be re-framed to confidently take charge of their lives, build strong business partnerships and create collective actions towards community development.”

Celebrate Hope Ministry

Plot 666 Kawuku, off Gaba Rd. P.O.Box, 71721 Clock Tower Kampala (U), .
Contact Phones : .,+256(0) 772 465 007
OUR MISSION To contribute towards strengthening Church institutions to respond to community needs, by creating improved livelihoods through holistic, unique and innovative approaches. VISION A Socially vibrant, Prosperous, self-sustaining Church-oriented communities, released from oppression


Plot 165, .Moyo close, Bukoto
Contact Phones : +256772319606,.
Web Address
Whereas media is a powerful tool for development, often the communities which the media and development initiatives target have limited opportunity to effectively participate in influencing and setting the agenda for their own development through media. The interrelation between media and community development therefore is not being adequately utilized. This situation has and continues to undermine the effectiveness of the citizens and the media itself in promoting development in a responsive way. In general, community media is not well developed as a community response to salient issues of development such as governance, poverty, youth empowerment, etc., thereby leaving the populace at the mercy of traditional media developers. As such, community members have been reduced to talking about some issues without meaningful and proactive engagement that would foster effective media responsiveness to their pressing development challenges such as demand for improvements in service deli

Center for Ecological Governance and Gender Initiatives

54, Unique Apartments, Zana, Entebbe Road
Contact Phones : +256786063912,
Web Address :
CEGGI is an indigenous non-profit organization that was founded and registered by the government of Uganda in 2017 with a focus to improve on the livelihoods of communities, through advocating for equitable and sustainable use of Natural endowments to attain a healthy environment.


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
NGO (General) in Uganda | Center for Land Economy & Rights of Women


Nakawa, Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 - 758 - 274249,.
Web Address
ABOUT CTPR Centre for Transformative Parenting and Research (CTPR), is a registered local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established in 2010. CTPR was born out of the desire to uplift vulnerable groups of the Ugandan population, especially women, girls and children, that are often the main victims of all forms of violence and stigma resulting from oppressive and exploitative situations, such as poor parenting, poor spousal relationships, sexual and gender-based violence, failure to complete school, teenage pregnancy, early marriages and HIV infection which are in turn pre-dominantly perpetuated by the rigid social and cultural beliefs and practices. Our Vision To realize a just and humane society with prosperous families enjoying; safety, hope and respectful relationships Our mission To build hope and resilience among parents and children by strengthening societal and institutional structures and advocating for positive attitudes and equity, and serve as a resou

Central Broadcasting Service Ltd (CBS FM)

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 312 333 245
Central Broadcasting Service Ltd (CBS FM) is company dealing in broadcasting services owned by the Kingdom of Buganda under its holding investment company Buganda Investment and Commercial Undertakings Limited (BICUL) registered in 1995. CBS under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) department incorporated a non-profit making company namely Nsindika Njake Development & Financial Initiatives Ltd aimed at dealing with socio- economic plight of the people of the Central region. CBS-PEWOSA -Project to Empower Women through Savings and Loan Associations is hived out of CBS long running Model Home Project under the brand name Nsindika Njake. CBS PEWOSA was born in April 2009 with the main objective to mobilise, sensitize, train and equip groups of people (particularly women who make up 75%) in selected sub- counties with relevant skills in savings mobilisation, group dynamics, leadership skills, record keeping & management, business skills and credit management among others. It i


Plot 15 Baskerville Avenue, Kololo,, .
Contact Phones : +256-704-342987+256-704-342987,.
Web Address
Vision A centre of excellence spearheading the generation and dissemination of knowledge in collaboration with like-minded actors for sustainable development Mission To generate and disseminate knowledge by conducting basic and applied research of social, economic and political significance to Uganda in particular and Africa in general, so as to influence policy, raise consciousness and improve the quality of life. Objectives Informed by its vision and mission statement, CBR’s objectives include the following: Research on issues of social significance; Documentation of materials on these issues; Publication and dissemination of research results; Research capacity building


P.O BOX 5211, Kampala Uganda Plot 3 Pilkington Road,NIC 6th Floor", .
Contact Phones : +256-772-551-633,.
Web Address
About Peace Insight Wherever there is violence and conflict in the world, there are local people working to resolve and prevent it. Peace Insight was launched in 2007 to bring greater attention to their invaluable work. Published by Peace Direct, we are the world’s leading resource on local peacebuilding. We provide a vital network that connects peacebuilders with an international actors and organizations—and with each other. Peace Insight maps and highlights the work of our unique network of journalists, activists, and peacebuilders who are proud to wear the title of Local Peacebuilding Expert (LPE). Together, these 9 LPEs provide in-depth knowledge of over forty conflicts around the world and the organisations working on the ground to resolve them. Our LPEs identify local peacebuilding organizations to be featured in our interactive database, offer expert commentary and analysis on conflicts and security issues in their part of the world, and help us organize peacebuild

Centre for Development Alternatives (CDA)

101, Plot 5 Naguru Cl, Kampala
Contact Phones : .,+256 776 682 765
Web Address

CDA works with public and private stakeholders to craft homegrown, future-oriented strategies for the sustainable and inclusive transformation of African economies.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address
PROFILE Centre for Ecological Governance and Gender Initiatives (CEGGI) is an Indigenous Non-Profit- making Organization that was founded and registered by the Government of Uganda in 2017 with a focus to improve on the livelihoods of communities, through advocating for equitable and sustainable use of Natural endowments to attain a healthy environment. CEGGI is legally registered as an Indigenous None Governmental Organization under the new NGO Registration Act 2016. It was also incorporated by the Government of Uganda through the Registrar of Companies, thus attaining permission to perform its advocacy duties in all parts of Uganda. The inception of CEGGI is premised on the background that its founders aimed at closing Gender and Ecological gaps in Uganda that they realized in the face of extractives development in the country. CEGGI has realized that closing gender gaps and creating an ecological balance plays a pivotal role in Human Development, Governance, Environme


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +1 212.681.1236,.
Web Address
Mission and Governance The Universal Declaration of Human Rights established the vision and principles which recognize the interdependence and indivisibility of all human rights. This vision means that people are guaranteed civil and political freedom as well as economic and social well-being. Economic, social and cultural rights concern essential values for a life of dignity and freedom - work, health, education, food, housing, and social security amongst others. People throughout the world share the struggle to make these human rights a reality for themselves, their families, communities, and nations. Mission Statement ESCR-Net — The International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights is a collaborative initiative of groups and individuals from around the world working to secure economic and social justice through human rights. ESCR-Net seeks to strengthen the field of all human rights, with a special focus on economic, social and cultural rights, and fur


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address
We are working together to put the power of law into people’s hands. What is the Legal Empowerment Network? We are the largest community of grassroots justice defenders in the world. Our network brings together 2260 organizations and 8471 individuals from over 160 countries, all working to advance justice for all. What does the Network do? We meet online and in-person. We learn from each other and share resources. We campaign on issues that affect us globally, regionally, and nationally. Together, we are building a global movement for legal empowerment: one capable of mobilizing millions and collectively tackling the greatest justice challenges of our time. Who can join the Network? If you help others to know, use, or shape the law, you are one of us. We are community paralegals and lawyers, human rights activists and grassroots organizers, advocates, educators, researchers, journalists, public servants, students, and concerned citizens. We are united by a common dream: a


Plot 11, Unicalo House, Archer Road, Kololo, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 392 228160,.
Web Address
About Us CEPA is Uganda’s leading not for profit think tank engaged in parliamentary democracy and many of its policy and practice action areas have been adopted and implemented by the Parliament of Uganda. Our Mission Our mission is to to foster people-centered parliamentary democracy through provision of information and engagement platforms on the legislative, budgeting, and oversight processes in Parliament. Our Vision Our Vision is to become the leading public policy think tank in parliamentary democracy.


4th floor Room no 05 P. O. Box 27503,, .Kimeera Towers
Contact Phones : +256752047090,.
Web Address
The Cerebral Palsy and Autism Renaissance Organisation (CPARO) is founded as a non-governmental organization to advocate for the rights and service delivery of people with Cerebral Palsy and Autism. One of the founders who is a person with Cerebral Palsy also won the Queen’s Young Leaders’ Award at Buckingham Palace and also recognized by the former President of United States of America, Barrack Obama including winning other Awards for the great work he is doing in the area of disability. Especially in serving persons with Cerebral Palsy and Autism after realizing that people with Cerebral Palsy were marginalized and not included in the disability developmental programs. Since it has been established that through all interventions made which include awareness raising, education, health, economic empowerment, CPARO has found it difficult for people with Cerebral Palsy and Autism to progress in their livelihood hence the necessity to register an organization legally for better performan


Contact Phones : +39 035 2058058,.
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30 years of Cesvi Cesvi is an independent lay Italian humanitarian organisation , founded in Bergamo in 1985. Four minutes to tell you about our organisation through glimpses, words, images and memories of the protagonists of an adventure that has lasted more than 30 years. A journey through our past and present, without forgetting the challenges we have yet to face.


P.O. Box 832925 Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
In 2001, the Chain Foundation Uganda orphanage was started by retired Archbishop Livingstone Nkoyoyo in response to the needs of local orphans, former street children, abandoned children, and the disabled. The foundation is home to more than 100 orphans and other vulnerable children, including over 40 blind students. It provides a loving, Christian environment to meet the children’s physical, educational, medical, and spiritual needs. The foundation also assists many at-risk or disabled children who live in nearby communities, and provides community education programs. The Chain Foundation is located in Mukono, 20 kilometers from the capital city of Kampala. The Martin Nkoyoyo Inclusive School at the Chain Foundation opened in February 2009. It is the first school of its kind in Uganda, integrating blind and sighted children. This model school currently serves over 300 students from the orphanage and from nearby villages. The library at the school has an expansive selection of books

Chain of Hope

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +44 (0)20 3869 9848,.
Web Address
Chain of Hope links experts together around the world to bring life-saving heart treatments to children in developing and war-torn countries. Message from our founder, Sir Magdi Yacoub It is a little known fact that 1 child in every 100 is born with a heart defect. Most of these defects can be corrected by operations which are performed as a matter of routine in the developed world. In contrast, if uncorrected these defects can cause considerable suffering and premature death. This afflicts a massive number of children around the world. Chain of Hope was created to help as many of these children as possible. This is accomplished by flying children for urgent treatment to one of the hospitals in our international network and also by sending volunteer teams to their countries to help develop local services in the longer term.

Change A life Initiative Uganda (CALI uganda)

Nansana, Wamala
Contact Phones : +256784409936,+256392838723
CALI - uganda was formed on the principle of preventing child abuse, ensuring a supportive and loving environment for children to enjoy their right to life. To support and conduct nonpartisan research, educational and informational activities to increase public awareness of issues in child rights and child protection; advocate for child rights; and to increase community education and awareness about child abuse, including strategies for prevention and intervention.


P.O Box 70409 Kampala, .
Contact Phones : +256-772513629,.
About CACI Change African Child International (CACI) is a registered indigenous/local Non-Governmental Organization, Registration 9484, Certificate Number S. 5914/9962. It seeks to respond to the causes and impact of HIV/AIDS and poverty. CACI is community-based with its headquarters in Ndejje-Namasuba off Entebbe road, Wakiso District. In light of the growing incidence of HIV/AIDS and its adverse socioeconomic impact, the need for establishment of a proactive community led initiative to mitigate the socioeconomic impact of AIDS was fore seen and Change African Child International (CACI) was initiated. CACI mainly work on care and support to people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in order to mitigate the effects of the epidemic. Also, we aim at strengthening the coping of Orphans Vulnerable Children (OVC) and People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) families to progressively become self-reliant for economical sustainability of their families, as well as supporting the youth, women


P.O. Box 7851 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +(256)773269337,.
To extend the abundant love of Jesus Christ to all his people that we meet (John 10.10) With a focus on the prevention or relief and eradication of poverty. To support widows and orphans to live a more productive and meaningful life (James 1.27) To promote social justice; give the oppressed reason to celebrate and defend the rights of the widow. To bring spiritual and physical healing to God’s people. ( this will lead to the advancement of health and healthy living for the vulnerable people we work with for improved livelihoods.) To expand the Kingdom of God through evangelism and mission activities.- To support and restore village ministries to fulfil their Kingdom Mandate.- To stir up the gifts in others to reach their God given destiny . Preaching the un diluted gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ through crusades discipleship and outreach ministry. Supporting Widows to improve their livelihood.

Changing Ways

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +519 438 9869,.
Changing Ways supports men to stop their abusive behaviour in their relationships, and challenges them to take an active role in preventing woman abuse. The agency is a model in the larger community, working in partnership with others who are committed to ending violence against women. The agency’s philosophy is that sexism is inherent in the power imbalance that contributes to violence against women. Gender systems continue to privilege and enable men to exercise control over women in their primary relationships. Changing Ways is committed, on all levels, to a feminist model in an effort to eradicate woman abuse, and to changing the value systems that perpetuate inequality.


P.O BOX 910 Tororo - Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256434660707 ,.
Web Address
Our Vision: Everyone to be heard and seen Mission statement: To work with everyone and ensure people enjoy their rights and health wellbeing through awareness raising capacity building and empowerment among communities and institutions.


Plot 2 Wampewo Avenue, Kampala, Uganda, P.O. Box 33159, Kampala, Uganda.
Contact Phones : .,+256 (790) 916 614
Chapter Four Uganda is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +65 6483 3707,.
Overview The New Charis Mission (hereafter known as “TNCM”) is a non-profit charitable organisation registered with Registry of Societies in 2006 and Commissioner of Charities in 2007. TNCM is an approved Institution of a Public Character (IPC) and a full member of National Council of Social Services. Beyond what a halfway house for ex-drug addicts and ex-offenders, TNCM operates a Residential Rehabilitation Programme which helps every individual who entered into the programme to move from the past failures and destructive lives, developed new mindset and value system. They become Mentors running programmes in Schools for the at-risk students, Counsellors to the inmates in the Prison and Befrienders to the lonely elderly. Once, they were the trouble and burden in their families, now they are able to provide support to their famili


Plot 2 Awach Rd Gulu, P.O. Box 11 Gulu , .
Contact Phones : +256 777489355 ,.
Web Address
Charity for Peace Foundation has its genesis from three youthful Ugandans (Anthony Akol, Kidega James Nabinson and Mark Olwal ) at the time when Gulu was experiencing the climax of the northern Uganda insurgency in 2001. There was frequent abductions, mass killings and up hazard movement of night commuters with children estimated at 40,000 daily coming to town from villages to receive protection and avoid abduction. The organization was formed majorly to uplift the plight of children who roamed the streets at night, seeking accommodation, safety and security. These children were prone to risks of rape, sexual harassment, abduction and general hardships of hunger and cold. Education in the suburbs of town used to begin at 10:00 am and closed at 3:00 pm. The idea of forming the organization was to assist these night commuters live a better life. This thinking was sold to other individuals who later came together to form this charity organization. The first step the organization to


P. O. Box 7 Jinja, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 780 492 990,.
Why We Help "It Starts With the love of God and the will to Make a Difference" Since our inception, we’ve worked around the clock to expand our causes and help those who need our help. Every contribution goes toward making our world a better place, so if you’re looking to contribute a donation or your time, please get in touch today. Making a positive difference in glorifying God!


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +1 (800) 733-7201,.
Vision Our vision is nothing less than realizing the full potential of the Internet - universal access to research and education, full participation in culture - to drive a new era of development, growth, and productivity. To implement sustainable programs that improve access worldwide to investment, opportunity, and lifesaving services now and for future generations.

Cheka Child

Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : .,.

The team in Uganda consists of Stephen, Richard, Nellie and David, who together have a resolve to see children and young people thrive despite their challenging environments. Stephen is a highly influential community elder with a big heart to see children thrive. Nellie is a social worker whose drive to care means she is always on the lookout for children to support. Richard is a key vision bearer for Cheka Child. As a former sponsored orphan, he understands the difference sponsorship provides and the knowledge that people believe in you. Richard is now an accountant and talented businessman. Richard is married with one child but many other children in the community find Richard’s home a safe and welcoming place. He often has 18-20 children visiting his home for a meal.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256-776335366,+256-701226417
Web Address
We offer a trusted, reliable and cost-effective online marketplace for the widest range of quality vehicles. We do not sell cars directly but, offer a state-of-the-art advertising medium for users to buy and sell their cars, vans, bikes, trucks and other vehicles. For car dealers, importers and individual sellers we provide a huge reach of serious buyers. We host a dedicated community of people who love cars, while still supporting even the first-time buyer in their purchasing decision.


P.O. Box 150 Entebbe, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 392 915 232,.
Cherish Uganda is a faith-based nonprofit organization that focuses on creating hope and a future for children with HIV/AIDS. Over the past 13 years, ordinary people just like you have paved the way for extraordinary life change in the communities we serve in Uganda. Among the vast numbers of orphaned and vulnerable children, children living with HIV are often pushed to the margins of society. With very little care offered to this group of children, we felt God calling us to connect people from all over the world to help and be part of the redeeming story He wants to author in their lives. Will you join us?


Plot 816/817, Block 206; Mpererwe-Ttula Road Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 414 693073,.
On the other hand, we denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are so beguiled and demoralized by the charms of pleasure of the moment. so blinded by desire, that they cannot foresee the pain and trouble that are bound to ensue and equal blame belongs to those who fail in their duty through weakness of will. On the other hand, we denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are so beguiled and demoralized by the charms of pleasure of the moment.

Child and Family Foundation Uganda (CFU)

Plot 816/817, Block 206; Mpererwe-Ttula Road Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 693073
Web Address :
Child and Family Foundation Uganda (CFU) is a faith-based non-profit non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to improving lives of the poor; vulnerable; and disabled with focus on children, youth, women and persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Uganda and beyond. Incorporated as an NGO in February 2012 Registration No. 9049, CFU works with individuals, families and communities; government; local and international partners to promote service and human development in order to reduce disease, disability, illiteracy, poverty, and social injustice. CFU is a result oriented organization that works to maintain stewardship, transparency, accountability, partnership, innovation, and efficiency (STAPIE) as its core values.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 783 340 438,.
help children: build a School for education We’re a non profit organization and our mission is to improve lives of women and children across several countries in Africa. South Sudan Uganda, Congo and Central African Republic. In south Sudan, We save Women and children from hunger and we improve there way of living . Join us so we can empower women and save children from hunger and improve there education in South Sudan. In Uganda , We’re saving orphans from hunger and we provide education and empower women so we can improve there lives and save them from endless wars in the region. We’re expanding our mission to Central African Republic and Congo so we can save children and women from Endless wars and save them from hunger and disasters.


P. O. Box 23347, Kampala Uganda- East Africa, .
Contact Phones : +256 702 367 201,.
Web Address
About us Child Evangelism Fellowship of Uganda started its work way back in 1964 by A missionary who come from Rwanda called Rev. Stephen Rutuna. The fellowship comes to stand still during the Amini’s regime in 1973, when some Christian organizations and churches were prevented from functioning in Uganda.


Bugobya Busedde sub-county kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 752 443 322-+256 776 867 755,.
CFOU engages in Psycho-Social activities to support the personal and social development of traumatized and vulnerable children, Advocacy activities related to fulfilling the orphans and children living with HIV/AIDS their rights. Capacity building for youths, a local leader, orphans and their caregivers. Skills training for youths/adolescents in soap making, sewing, knitting and basic use of a computer. Organizational capacity building of CFOU (including staff training in child and adolescent counseling/therapy and accounting, training of board members, training of volunteers, networking and advocacy methods and children’s right). Producing of 2 guides on Psycho-Social method/work to be used in different organizations and by volunteers within CFOU.


Mukono Seeta Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256-200-903955,.
Child Link Foundation-Uganda is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) number INDR 127721149NB founded in 2012 with the main aim of providing support to vulnerable children, adolescent girls and young women find in fragile environment. Our work focus on girl education, inclusive education for children with disabilities, women economic empowerment, livelihood for children with disabilities care givers, HIV counseling and testing and water, hygiene and sanitation and gender based violence prevention awareness campaigns. The principles of social justice, equality and partnership guide the way we work. Before supporting any community or group of people, our experienced program staff carry out a field visit to assess the community needs and what has been done to address the situation on ground. We believe that local communities find the most sustainable solutions to the challenges in their own contexts. Therefore, Child Link Foundation contributes to positive change by

Child of Hope UK

PO Box 1194, Wanale Road, Mbale, Uganda, Africa, .
Contact Phones : 01202 697201 / +256 774 697782,.

Child of Hope makes huge social impact for slum children and their families from its school in Eastern Uganda – by providing free education, healthcare, welfare, food and clothing to kids from the poorest and most vulnerable families.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +1-704-576-4646,.
Bob and Kathy Hillebrand…..were stewards of Pinnacle Converting Equipment, a custom manufacturing machine, design and build company in Charlotte, NC. We know that we have been blessed since founding it in 1995 and ultimately selling it in 2014 with God leading us through many trials and showing us how to be a good example of Christian business people. Acknowledging God as our CEO has made all the difference in our lives.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 776 001 799 ,.
Real Solutions to real problems Our priority is to creat a difference in a child's life by providing real soultions to real problems,and teaching them how to "fish" rather than just receiving "Fish" We do not believe in our beneficiaries to be just on the receiveing side,we support them to get involved and participate to have a sustainable living thereafter. Our aim is to provide Vocational skills to our Children so they may become creative thinkers and innovators to have a sustainable living. We invite you to support our cause of Vocationalization of Education in the Schools we are attached to ,through Fundraizing,Donating or Bringing in your Skills by volunteering with us!


Bishop Wasikye Road, Mbale Kampala - uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 702638466,.
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Our Story Education for all, Street child resettlement street children, CRO UGANDA, IMPROVING LIVELIHOOD re-integration-street-children We're devoted change-makers motivated "to rebuild the lives of former street children to a life originally intended by God." Child Restoration Outreach (CRO) - how it began In 1992, a group of committed Christian leaders who were concerned about the growing numbers of children on the streets and their plight in Mbale town following instability in Teso and Karamoja sub-regions, founded Child Restoration Outreach (CRO) as an organization to address the problem. Originally, CRO operated in Mbale only but overtime it extended its services to three major towns in Uganda, that is, Jinja(1998), Masaka (2002) and Lira (2007) to become a leading Christian National Organization assisting street children and their families in Uganda With such expansion, the CRO National Office was established to oversee the four projects with its offices in Mbale


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +41 22 552 41 30,.
We provide knowledge, advice and connections to children’s rights defenders, including children, on how to influence and use the UN human rights system for sustainable change at national level. Child Rights Connect has been the expert organisation on the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and its liaison with children’s rights defenders, including children, from around the world for more than 30 years. Thanks to the almost universal ratification of the CRC and its Optional Protocols every member State of the UN periodically reports to the Committee. Child Rights Connect is in contact with NGOs, coalitions of NGOs, Ombudspersons and National Human Rights Institutions, who contribute to this monitoring and reporting process. Our team in Geneva, in close cooperation with our members on the ground, supports them to effectively cooperate with the Committee and other UN human rights mechanisms, to form strong children’s rights coalitions, to build international expertise and co

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.

Child Rights Empowerment and Development Organization(CEDO)

12 Miles, Bombo Road, Nakyesanja, Kawanda Traiding Centre P.O.BOX 16829 Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : .,+256 393216409
Web Address
Mission CEDO’s mission is to promote the rights of children to a healthy, secure and value adding childhood. This is to be achieved by empowering communities to improve the quality of their lives thereby enabling them build a sustainable community with improved standards of living.CEDO-Uganda’s strategic goal for the period 2015-2019 is: “The realization of Sustainable and Secure Livelihoods Among poor Children and their Families,and Achievement of Positive Changes In their Overall Position and Condition”. Underlying the above overall goal is the recognition that sustainable improvements in the quality of life of marginalized children and their families crucially depend upon their empowerment to assert claims and act collectively for the progressive realization of their rights. CEDO-Uganda also does recognize that,Orphaned and vulnerable children (OVC) do best when they are supported and cared for in their own communities, among extended families, friends, and neighbors. To increas


P.O. Box 10293 Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 414 543 548,.
Web Address
About Us Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN) is a coalition of child focused organizations including community based, national and international organizations working for the welfare and the rights of children in Uganda. UCRNN envisions a society where children’s rights are realized and exists to promote a coordinated action for the promotion and protection of children’s rights in Uganda. Established in 1997 to spearhead the writing of the NGO Alternative report to the Government of Uganda Report to the UN Committee of Experts on the Rights of the Child, UCRNN has over the years expanded its membership and scope of programs to include collective advocacy, research and capacity building. The Network is currently guided by a 5 year Strategic Plan 2010 - 2014 with three interlinked strategic objectives; to collectively advocate for implementation of the rights and responsibilities of children, to collectively monitor implementation and promote understanding of child rights at

Child Support Foundation

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 9035064379,.
Child Support Foundation We are an independent, non-governmental and non-profit organization working for the holistic development of neglected and needy children. Growing up in poverty, kids face tough challenges: hunger and malnutrition, limited access to education and medical services, gang violence, social discrimination and isolation. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Together, we can transform the lives of children in poverty. It starts right here, right now when you help a child.


P.O.Box 9774, Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 772 668 146 ,.
Who we are Child Trust International is a registered indigenous / local Nongovernmental organization established in 2015 .With its headquarters in Namirembe hill, martyrs house, Namirembe guest house Kampala Uganda.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +360.647.2283,.
About Us Childcare Worldwide transforms children’s lives by exposing them to the gospel of Jesus Christ, providing for their physical needs and sponsoring their education. What Makes Childcare Worldwide Unique Long Term Transformation • Sponsored children are members of a Life Center located at a local church. Children meet weekly for gospel driven Bible lessons, scripture memorization, singing and fellowship. • Our Bible curriculum focuses on the gospel of Jesus Christ, teaching children about God and his eternal plan for them. Christian Commitment • We are committed to exposing children to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. • We hire exclusively Christian individuals in every project we operate. • Our country directors and program staff are national professionals, allowing our programs to be more effective within that culture. • Our programs are run through a local church. • We accept no government funding of any kind, which allows us total freedom in proclaiming the gospel


P.O. Box 73, Nateete, Kampala, Uganda,Africa., .
Contact Phones : +256 7555 73302,.
Child-Free Foundation Uganda is an organization helping the orphans of Uganda. They need help to purchase food for the children in their care. Any amount of help is appreciated. We recognise the importance of identifying and fully understanding the unique needs of each child in order to effectively and sustainably address them. To this end, we have to ask all the question about how he or she feels when is with us. Here children children was so happy after receiving two sacks of posho from our two friends Tiffany Heron Cook and Sara Burunti Fiora that helped us to feed these hungry children of Africa. Most of these children they sleep empty stomach due to lack of enough food to be fed. Thank you and God Bless!


Plot 879 Centenary Road, Namirembe, Kampala, .
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 775 899 692,.
WHY NETWORK? A citywide network allows members to maintain indivdual autonomy whilst providing a solid platform for joint action. Whole communities and cities are transformed as a wide spectrum of civil society players collaborates to achieve an outcome. As a network we are empowered to fill the gaps In the Christian response to caring for children. The autonomy of members Is not affected but they benefit from being part of something bigger and more effective. Working with new partners often generates imaginative ideas that genuinely connect with surrounding needs. When resources,efforts and contacts are combined,a greater number of children are helped and attitude and systems are transformed. The inevitable result of networking is real and lasting transformation in the lives of children at risk. 100,000 children in Uganda impacted by 2017 During our current 5 year strategy, we are working together to achieve the following: Together C


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +415-766-0981,.
The vision for Children of Grace began when Mary Ann McCoy first witnessed the devastating effects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in 2002. On a trip to Uganda to help with the AIDS crisis, Mary Ann met Grace, an HIV positive mother of two. Grace confided in Mary Ann that she was afraid to die, leaving her children as orphans. “Who is going to love, nurture and educate them?” In response, Mary Ann promised to educate Grace’s children. Soon after Grace died, Children of Grace was born to fulfill the promise to love, nurture and educate Ugandan children. Today, Children of Grace works tirelessly toward this commitment by providing education, lifesaving healthcare, empowerment programs and holistic mentoring to thousands of Ugandan orphans and other children impacted by extreme poverty and AIDS.


P.O.Box 1037 Lira Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256775 133 637 ,.
66,000 children are thought to have been forcibly abducted and recruited into the Ugandan guerrilla militia known as the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) during its two-decade long insurgency in the northern region of Uganda (1986-2006). Two-thirds of these children were severely beaten, a fifth were forced to kill, nearly 10 percent were forced to murder a family member or friend to bind them to the group, and those who had been abducted are more than three times as likely to have a serious physical injury or illness that impedes their ability to work. Abductees are twice as likely to report difficulties in family and community relations, have several years less education, and are twice as likely to be illiterate.”


P.O BOX 9858, Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 0789144812,.
About Children of Ssuubi Children of Ssuubi is a registered foreign Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in Uganda. The organization was founded 2015 by Shadi Shafiee, a social worker from Sweden who runs the organization together with a team in Uganda and in Sweden. While our team in Sweden are responsible for raising funds and create partnerships, our team in Uganda are responsible for running the work on the ground.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : (360)204-4607,.
Children of the Father's House is a Ugandan children’s home for two parent orphans and/or extremely vulnerable children who would otherwise be in destitute poverty. Our non-profit based in Bremerton, Washington works hand in hand with the Ugandan NGO by the same name, to care for these children in the context of a loving, family-style home, through sponsorship which provides for all aspects of health, schooling, and general well-being. Also through sponsorship, these children know that they are loved and cared for; a critical, hope-building factor. We actively encourage and facilitate the ability for children and sponsors to connect leveraging modern technology in a safe and meaningful way. We consider it our job to open windows between two worlds for hearts to connect. Both the sponsor and the sponsored are blessed by the relationship and the result is changed lives on both sides of the planet!


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +360-698-7227,.
Web Address
Uganda “the Pearl of Africa,” boasting some of the best scenery in Africa, is composed of lakes, rivers, mountains, and semi-arid lands. It is home to Lake Victoria, Africa's largest lake and chief source of the Nile River. Uganda’s people have endured much suffering in recent history. Between 800,000 and 2 million people died during the dictatorship of Idi Amin (1971–1979) and the civil wars, tribal killings, and famines that followed. Then, from 1988 to 2006, the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army terrorized Uganda's northern districts. As the government forced the closure of Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps in 2007, most of the people of northern Uganda returned to their homes or communities. However, countless communities were completely destroyed and families killed, leaving many with nowhere to go. Today, typical Ugandans live in villages made up of small houses, often less than a couple hundred square feet. The houses in rural parts of the country are made of mud with


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


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +44 (0) 1243 538530,.
​Children on the Edge exists to help marginalised children, who are living on the edge of their societies. These are children without parental care, neglected or persecuted by their governments, ignored by international media and missed by large overseas agencies. ​Working in partnership with local communities, we help create safe, child friendly environments. We support children to realise their rights, and restore the ingredients of a full childhood by generating hope, life, colour and fun.


P. O. BOX, 2506, Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 772 437 615,.
About Children Safe Uganda Since 1968 when CSU was founded, the situation of children in Uganda continues to face many challenges-including HIV/AIDS, orphan hood, civil wars and conflict. Child abuse is on the rise and many children escape their foster parents due to corporal punishments; the number of street children has increased, and some have become sex workers. All these changes have increased the number of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). There is therefore a greater call for interventions to address the plight of OVCs in Uganda and the world over.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +630 750 8027,.
Web Address
Building lives of promise through education. Building lives of promise through education. ChildrenUP supports post-primary education in northern Uganda by offering scholarships to qualified students. ChildrenUP is assisting secondary school and certificate students in northern Uganda who have shown academic strength, a strong work ethic and are in financial need. We are now expanding our support to include diploma, and university support for students on an individual cost-sharing basis. We strive to add equal numbers of young men and women to our program.

Children’s Rights Advocacy and Lobby Mission, Africa.

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 07826 055 303,.
Children First Uganda (CFU) is a UK-based charity (registered number 1130672) which provides support and raises funding for a Ugandan NGO, CALM Africa. This community-based organisation aims to protect and promote the rights of children living in poverty in Uganda, through delivering education and community outreach programmes. CALM Africa works within local communities supporting vulnerable children and their families affected by extreme poverty, HIV/AIDS, malaria and other illnesses and difficulties. Many of the children they care for have lost their parents as the result of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and live in child-headed households. They also lobby to local and national Government about children’s rights, to really affect change.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 0703.433.1560 ,.
Children's AIDS Fund International programs focus on limiting the suffering of HIV impacted children and their families in the US and across the globe. Direct child and family services range from treatment and care, to education assistance, psychosocial support, livelihood skills, nutrition and food security, and prevention.


P.O Box 147, Lira, Uganda, , .
Contact Phones : +256 (0)417660746,.
Web Address
CCI is a non -profit organization operating in Uganda with head office based in lira, northern Uganda. The organization is registered both locally and nationally with lira District Local Government Reg. No LDLG/2012/145 and National NGO Board Registration No. 8477 respectively. bill-wegener-TVe6a1JUcCE-unsplash CCI was started by a person of humanity and passion after witnessing the state and level of suffering that children, women, PWDs and the youth were going through, especially in Northern Uganda. For over 22 years of lord’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) insurgency in the region inflicted a lot of suffering to these communities especially the children, women, PWDs and the youth; where thousands of them were abducted, abused, raped, tortured and forcefully recruited into rebel ranks and witnessed all sorts of human rights abuses. This has reduced the quality of human life in northern Uganda, where children, women, youth and adults have lost dignity and means of livelihood.

Child's i Foundation

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
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.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Web Address
Chi Wo Plastics Molds Fty. Ltd is a tool making, injection moulding and contract assembly facility of The Sunningdale Tech Ltd. Located in Tanzhou Town, Zhongshan, Guangdong, southern part of China. The capabilities include mould flow analysis, mould construction and with it’s in-house moulding machine & equipment, dedicated engineering team capable of supporting projects for Electronics, Consumer and Automotive industries.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +49(0)6232/3125168,.
In 2001 I visited Uganda for the first time. We preached in various places, including Kisenyi, the slum where it all began. I see my calling primarily in preaching the gospel of a loving God and leading people into a living following of Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit. To be where the Holy Spirit leads us, whether it is clothes for a homeless person, help for self-help, a prayer for healing, seminars, leaders’ meetings or evangelism. Healing and deliverance come automatically when God’s presence is welcomed. Discipleship is at the heart of all mercy ministries.

Christ Embassy International - Uganda

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Our Vision To take the divine presence of God to the nations and peoples of the world; and to demonstrate the character of the Spirit.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 281-240-7951,.
Web Address
Alpha & Omega International Ministry of Faith is a non-denominational, multi-racial, Bible-believing church with a Pentecostal form of worship. It is a healing and deliverance ministry with prophetic word. This church has the mandate to propagate God’s kingdom on earth, winning souls for Christ and ministering to the world that Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior and that it is through Him alone that we can have everlasting life. The Church started in 2002 in Apostle Esther's house, and has been growing steadily ever since. The Lord spoke to Apostle Esther Agiri to deliver people from bondage, after she had emerged from such similar oppression. Apostle Esther is a powerful, anointed woman of God called to depopulate the kingdom of darkness on earth. She is equipped to put the devil in his place! AOIMF is a family and prayer-oriented church, committed to meeting the needs of the community, the less privileged around the world, and reaching out to teenagers and young adults in order t


P.O. Box 985 Gulu, Uganda, East Africa , .
Contact Phones : +256 775 650 567,.
You can hear them if you listen carefully: perhaps a lilting tune, some good-natured sibling jostling and the low murmur of excitement. Soon they come into view. Children, some one-hundred eighteen—with crisp navy uniforms and outfitted with bright socks and new shoes on feet unused to being enclosed—are converging on the village road that leads to a beacon of hope in Gulu, northern Uganda. These children are attending school, many for the first time, and they are proud and enthusiastic to call Christ the Center Ministries Primary and Nursery School their school. Even the word "school" doesn't connect with what these children (many fatherless and barely surviving with their mothers as part of an outcast society in an already impoverished area) have been told their future holds. Their vision has been marred by war, haunting nightmares, gnawing tummies, racial taunts.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 0727-547-6280,.
Using Christ’s teachings as our cornerstone, we believe in the universal acceptance and diversity of all God’s people. As compassionate and loving disciples, we are committed to exemplifying Christian living. We believe in the Holy Trinity: God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Counselor, the Holy Spirit. We believe that God is Creator, Sovereign, and Lord. We believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Christ, the Anointed One, the Savior. We believe that Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. We believe that Jesus is the only begotten Son of God, who was fully human and fully Divine. We believe that Jesus was the manifestation of God on earth. We believe that God is love and that God expressed His love to us by sending Jesus from heaven to earth as the perfect, sinless example of unconditional love to all. We believe that Jesus is the Word of God and the fulfillment of the Old Testament law and prophecies. We believe that Jesus died for the forgiveness of all o


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +(434)-977-5650,.
. Christian Aid Mission seeks to establish a witness for Christ in every nation by assisting indigenous ministries in lands of poverty, where Christians are a persecuted minority, and where foreign missionaries are not allowed. We evaluate every indigenous ministry we assist to verify their faith, financial integrity, and fruitfulness. Then we help them sustain and grow their work by making their needs known to believers in developing nations who supply them with prayer and financial support. The ministries we assist are fully independent and not affiliates of Christian Aid Mission. They are led by evangelical Christians who live and work inside of their own countries. Christian Aid Mission works with hundreds of indigenous ministries that share the gospel of Christ with more than 2,000 unreached people groups in eight regions of the world: Africa, China, Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +9962740660,.
About founder and CEO. The founder of this network is Ebenezer.V Apostle in the body of Christ serving since 1995 with Campus Crusade for Christ, and then established Christian Communication Centre by 2002. Vision and Mission To explore the vision and missions of individuals and groups through physically established centers. To establish the Centre all over the world to reach people fast.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +6235824131,.
Christian Community Church: Affiliated with Christian and Missionary Alliance A Christ centered Bible based church. Family orientated with understanding that all people are part of God's family. A casual contemporary church. Our music is a mixture of traditional and contemporary praise and worship. We've got room to grow and for you to be apart of that growth. We'd love for you to visit and get to know us as we'd like to get to know you.

Christian Foundation Ministries International

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +(647) 393-9436,.
Welcome to our church family! We feel privileged to have you visit with us through our website as you browse and witness the Vision and Mission of our Church Family. Whenever you are in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), you are always welcome. Rev. George Bempa is the Sr. Pastor of Christian Foundation Ministries International. We are a bible believing church located in Toronto, Ontario. Our mission is to make disciples of Christ by encouraging growth in Christ through participation and caring; inspiring faith in God through worship and communication of God’s word; impacting the public through ministries; teaching the youth at the early stages of character development. Our goal is to stimulate continual spiritual growth in the life of each member by preaching, teaching and studying the full counsel of God’s Word.

Christian Relief Uganda

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +01625 618319,.
.Christian Relief Uganda (CRU) is a UK registered Charity (No. 1055166) which was established in 1996 to raise funds for and support the work of Maria Maw MBE. Maria, who previously attended a church in Macclesfield, was working with destitute children in a small underprivileged community in the Kamuli District of Busoga, Uganda, and had established a Ugandan Non-Government Organisation (NGO) called Maria’s Care.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
The story of how we began Reverend Reuben Barruel and his wife, Clarita Barruel were both ordained in the Philippines as Ministers of the Gospel. They were pastoring at Pasig Bethel Templefor 12 years when God placed in their hearts to move to America. With just their faith and their hearts to obey and serve the Lord, the couple, with their twelve-year old son, Stephen Hope and their eight-year old daughter Eunice Love, migrated to the United States of America. They arrived in San Francisco International Airport on March 7, 1977. In the fall of the same year, they started a prayer meeting in their home and shared their burden to a handful of new friends about how God had called and sent them to this area to build “bridges of Love” among God’s people. They established a place of training and releasing. Many caught the vision and the group grew. To accommodate the healthy growth, they looked for a place to rent and found the Filipino-American Association Building at 121


P. O. Box 1762 Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 772 490459,.
We are a not-for-profit organization with the goal to improve vision, prevent avoidable blindness and promote health in under-served communities and, to instigate the social-economic impact of blindness on individuals, families and communities.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : + 254 715 988 584,.
CHRISC International was established in Kenya in 2003 as a sports and development organization, and registered under the Non Governmental Organizations act in 2005 as Youth Sports Contact – Kenya. CHRISC Kenya works in cooperation with local communities, schools and organizations to provide sporting opportunities for youths in both rural and urban setting. The sports activities are connected to a strong development focus, based on leadership capacity building, health and awareness programs and social projects. The organization targets to develop youth from both urban and rural settings and currently the organization is established in 3 areas in Kenya namely; Nairobi, Eldoret and Voi with more than 11,475 youth participating in our programs.

Christians for Israel

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +31 (0)33-4220405,.
Web Address
About C4I Christians for Israel (C4I) is a non-denominational movement. We believe that God is still faithful to all His covenants with, and promises to the nation of Israel. We believe that all Christians should be united in their love for the Jewish people, in their support for the nation of Israel and in their collective repentance because of Jewish suffering throughout Church history. Since its establishment in the Netherlands in 1979, C4I has developed into a growing global movement of local C4I operations with over 150,000 supporters from all Christian denominations.


(602) 973-4768, .
Contact Phones : (602) 973-4768,.
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Christ Transformation Ministries’ mission, it’s calling, is to serve God and bring the good news of God’s salvation to the people of Uganda, Africa and beyond. CTM’s core values center around Matthew 6:33 ‘…Seek first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness,
and all other things will added to you.


P.O. Box 28607 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 712 745360,.
About us Christ Mission Churches is a registered body Uganda with a mission to provide hope and help to those in need. We look forward to transforming lives and communities around us through teaching and preaching the good news of the Lord Jesus and Christ and the kingdom of God. Pastor Mishael Kunya is serving as the Chairman and also the Director of Christ Mission Churches. He serves as the lead Pastor at Christ Mission Church Naalya where he developed a muiltcultural church model.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +254716101027 ,.
Throughout the Bible are accounts of many who were given instructions from our Lord through dreams and visions. Christ Way Missions is the realization of such a vision the Lord gave to me and my first wife in 2005. One evening while my wife Salome Nelima and I were sleeping, God gave me a vision that there were many children in our home. They were of all ages and sizes, many naked and some sick. I heard a voice say, "These are my children." I was startled by the voice and woke up. At first I thought the voice was that of my wife, but she was sound asleep. I got up and went to church to pray about the dream I had. After a couple of hours of praying, I went home and met my wife at the door. She seemed upset and said she was looking for me. I asked what was troubling her and she explained she had a vision in a dream that she was coming home from a journey and when she entered our home she saw a lot of children filling our house. She said she tried to send them away but an a


P O Box 29974, Kampala, UGANDA, .
Contact Phones : 0121 430 8980,.
Web Address
The Butterfly Project is a network of committed youth, who are determined to be catalysts for change in their communities and whom are supported in their objectives by Chrysalis, through specialist training and support to start and develop their own social project or projects. Each has devised one or more social projects, which create change and provide them with the experience to become social entrepreneurs. Members are trained in six specific areas: Ethics ICT and social media Vision Development Problem-solving International Citizenship Project Management and accountability Projects we have seen from the members so far have included a drugs awareness programme, Athletics, children’s rights through art, ICT training, food variety for children campaign, entrepreneurship projects – poultry, rabbits etc., a film about giving attention to slum children, dance, drama and music, a project to stimulate the creativity of slum children, an HIV awareness p


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256702022999,.
Chrystal Children’s Center is a government approved transition center through Uganda’s Ministry of Gender, Labour, and Social Development. Our dedicated team has been rescuing abandoned, abused, and neglected newborns and children since 2016. During that time, over 100 children have been successfully reintegrated into safe environments, resettled back with their families, or received educational sponsorships.

Church at The Mill

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Missions at The Mill We’re serious about making disciples. We often compare Church at The Mill to an airport terminal. Our campus is a place where people leave from and go to serve and share the Gospel with people who desperately need to hear it. Whether it’s across town or across the world, we want to find a place for you to GO


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 022 344.70.70 ,.
Amazing things can happen when people come into agreement. It's a principle directly from God's Word, and Church of the Living Saviour is dedicated to praying in unity with people, just like you, who desire to see the Holy Spirit's miracle-working power unleashed. The Church of the Living Saviour (CLS), in Geneva, Switzerland is the first International Full Gospel Church established in Geneva. Our roots go back to October 1974. Over the years many people have been baptized with the Holy Spirit. We have been engaged in evangelism on the streets and for decades have had a summer outreach at Geneva’s English Gardens. People from every continent and over sixty nationalities have made the Church of the Living Saviour their home during their stay in Geneva. We welcome people from all backgrounds, and you too are heartily invited to join us in worship. The Church of the Living Saviour is the first International Full Gospel Church established in Geneva (and, as far as we know, in S

Church of Uganda

P.O. Box 14123 Kampala UGANDA, .
Contact Phones : +256 414 251 925,.
The Church of Uganda is a Jesus-loving, Bible-believing, Spirit-filled Anglican Church engaged in the mission of Jesus Christ in today’s world. There are over 13 million members and the church is organized in 37 dioceses to serve each region of the country. Learn more about each Diocese as well as our history, vision, mission, and the various Provincial Departments. Vision, Mission, and Core Values Vision 2025 History Year of the Family Provincial Assembly Provincial Secretariat The Archbishop Provincial Secretary


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 202-599-3585,.
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Church World Service was born in 1946, in the aftermath of World War II. Seventeen denominations came together to form an agency "to do in partnership what none of us could hope to do as well alone." The mission: Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heal the sick, comfort the aged, shelter the homeless. More than 70 years later the mission remains, though where and how we accomplish it has changed dramatically. In 1946-47, U.S. churches opened their hearts and provided more than 11 million pounds of food, clothing, and medical supplies to war-torn Europe and Asia. Protestants and Catholics pooled talent and resources to meet a staggering refugee crisis. Today the Immigration and Refugee Program of CWS is a vital, internationally-recognized operation, having resettled nearly half a million refugees since its inception. Also in 1947, CWS, Lutheran World Relief, and the National Catholic Welfare Program created a joint community hunger appeal, the Christian Rural Overseas Program,


Plot 42 Bombo Road Wandegeya Baptist House P.O Box 591 Kampala-Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 414 530 820,.
Web Address
CINTA Foundation – Uganda is a Non-Government 0rganization founded in 2014 and registered in 2015, registration No. 11351. CINTA is an Indonesian word that means love and through our activities we share love with other community members. Its core programs are education support, skills training, economic empowerment and Reproductive health& HIV/AIDS. Currently, the Foundation is operating in regions of Central and Eastern Uganda.


P.O. Box 22764, Kampala – Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 782562098,.
We recognize that in addition to greater citizen agency, we also strive for enhanced responsiveness from authorities, creating opportunities for meaningful citizen-state interaction. We believe that this will change the narrative from one in which citizens and governments have a low level of trust in each other, to one in which authorities and citizens collaborate in finding solutions to public sector problems.

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.


Kampala - Uganda, 106 Bulkeley Hill Road
Contact Phones : +256-772700201,8606394213
Web Address
The CLARE NSENGA FOUNDATION is a humble dedication to the late Sister Clare Nsenga. Sister Clare was born in Cyanika, a village in the Kisoro district of Southwestern Uganda. At the age of 15 years she joined the Sisters of the Congregation of Our Lady of Good Council. She served in various parishes in Kabale Diocese, Uganda, until 1983 when she was sent to United States of America to pursue graduate studies. It was her hope to establish a charity which would address the concerns of her people in her native Uganda, especially those of her birth village of Cyanika. Her desire was to make it possible for the rural poor of Uganda to have access to adequate health services and education. Upon her return to her native Uganda, her life was cut short by breast cancer before her dreams could be fully realized. The foundation serves as a lasting tribute to her ideals and memory. The Foundation was organized in 2002 as a memorial to the ideals of Sister Clare, and received 501-c3 charita


Contact Phones : +256 322 200 546,.
We focus on orphaned and or displaced children, & widows in village’s/communities We value at all times; transparency, accountability, participation, quality and professionalism. We are accountable before God and our donor’s to use funds provided for only the most vulnerable and to uphold and honour our core values on all Clay’s Hope Ministry projects.


P.O. Box 20026 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256-414-237690,.
Web Address
Uganda like the rest of the world and more particularly the Least Developed Countries with the least capacity to adapt, is vulnerable to the negative impacts of climate change. It is a threat to its fragile ecosystems, people’s livelihoods and ultimately the national economic development efforts. Uganda therefore made a decision to join the Community of Nations in the global cooperation to address the problem in a timeframe safe for life and development sustainability. A Climate Change Unit (CCU), now Climate Change Department (CCD) as one of the national measures to ensure action was created in 2008, directly under the office of the Permanent Secretary within the Ministry of Water and Environment. The main objective for the establishment of the CCD is to strengthen Uganda’s implementation of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and its Kyoto Protocol (KP). Considering the cross-sectoral nature of climate change interventions and the broad functi


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +1 617-774-0110 ,.
CHAI was founded in 2002 with a transformational goal: help save the lives of millions of people living with HIV/AIDS. Today, along with HIV, we work with partners to prevent and treat malaria, tuberculosis, hepatitis, and cancer, accelerate the rollout of lifesaving vaccines, reduce maternal, infant and child mortality, combat chronic malnutrition, and strengthen health systems. We operate in over 30 countries around the world and more than 80 countries have access to CHAI-negotiated deals on medications, diagnostics, vaccines, and other health tools.


P.O.Box 14364 Mengo, Kampala, .
Contact Phones : +256 392 175564,.
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Rutembe Road ,Kajjansi Entebbe Road Kampala, Uganda., .
Contact Phones : 0703 548069,.
.Coalition For Human Rights Education (COHRE) is a registered Non-Governmental and Non-profit organization comprising of members drawn from diverse backgrounds who have come together to promote human rights through Advocacy and capacity building to individuals and communities about basic human rights and help change the attitudes and welfare of those affected children, women, LGBTI and other minorities. It was formed in Uganda by Seven individuals to support people who have been victims of Human Rights violations in order to learn about their experiences and to help improve their well being, while at the same time, teaching people throughout the Country how to work together to develop their knowledge and social understanding of the meaning and importance of Human Rights respect, and how to prevent abuse and live in harmony. We believe that awareness of one’s rights can help guard against excessive power of individuals exercising inappropriate control over other lives. This knowle


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 703 387 410,.
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Code Hub-UG, is a Ugandan based NGO that – through mentorship, technology literacy and international exposure – aims to empower the next generation of Ugandan STEM leaders. We seek to empower the youth to live abundant lives through exposure to a Computer education which will include knowledge in ICT, Computer Programming, and technical skills in Computer Science and Engineering. In the long term, we hope Code Hub - UG will trigger a nationwide campaign that will prompt the government to include computer programming in core curriculum classes in school

Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA)

Plot 6 Semawata Place (Off Semawata Road), Ntinda Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 790 860 084
Web Address
CIPESA’s establishment was in response to the findings of the Louder Voices Report prepared for DfID and the G8 Dot Force Implementation Team, which cited the lack of easy, affordable and timely access to information about ICT-related issues and processes as key a barrier to effective and inclusive ICT policy making in Africa.


Plot 336, St. Kizito-Bwaise, .
Contact Phones : +256789010963,.
Web Address :
Combined Efforts To Save Uganda (CESA), formally known as Maganjo Farmers Association (MAFA) is National Women not a profit making, Non-government organization (NGO) with Reg. Certificate No. 0341 and Ref. No. INDR8563356NB which was established in 2004 to fight discriminative practices that inhibit the grass root women with their children to engage into production and reduce poverty, hunger, environment women rights and health problems. Currently we work with the most rural poor disadvantaged and war affected areas in Uganda.

Come Faith

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +044 6471946,.
Every person is unique and different age groups demand a variety in approach. Herein , the house to house evangelism and personal ministry plays a major role. In addition to this weekly children Bible schools, Youth counseling centers, Retreats, Camps, family counseling, open air rallies, academic tuition centers, micro developmental projects are carried out prayerfully. MICRO WORSHIP GROUPS A new convert from a city slum is very eager to be accepted, tendered and encouraged to grow in his new found faith in the Lord. He will feel at home if he is allowed to worship the Lord among his own brethren. Also, he needs simple interpretations of the Word of God, personal attention, careful counseling and discipleship training till such time he becomes a matured Christian. Inspired by the Holy spirit of God, COME has formed micro worship groups in the slums in order to cater to the above said needs. THE VISION EXPANDS The Divine Love has


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Over the course of history, children have never been immune to the impacts of poverty, conflict and corrupt leadership. When the foundation of community is shaken, children are often the most vulnerable as families struggle to find stability. In this next chapter of our efforts in Uganda, we will focus primarily on seeing the most vulnerable of our friends receive the most basic of tools to success in life: an education, and we are hoping that YOU will partner with us!

Comforter Of The Affiliated Formation Home

P. O. Box 37104 Kampala, .
Contact Phones : 0773743494,.
Comforter of the Afflicted Formation Home is a non-profit charitable foundation “ in the Society, initiated in the republic of Uganda for the whole world with its origin based on the spirit of compassion with humility (Mk. 6: 34-35), for transformation, restoration and sustainability. Its foundation is dated 12years back since 2007 as a call and an inspiration which was later subjected to research and development up to 2017 and was confirmed by the first people on the 25th May,2018. CAFH is dedicated to all people with the spirit of compassion with humidity without discrimination of Religion, Colour, Tribe, Education, Status, Size, Age among others. CAFH was officially registered in 2018 by URSB and the National Bureau For Non-governmental organization It will operate in all the four regions through districts of the republic of Uganda that is, Central, Western, Eastern and Northern regions with main headquarters in central region, and an office in each district and transits in each vi

Communication for Development Foundation Uganda(CDFU)

Plot 58, Kira Road
Contact Phones : +256(312)263941,+256(312)263942
Web Address
NGO (General) in Uganda | Communication for Development Foundation Uganda(CDFU)


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256(0)312113276,.
Web Address
CAfH is an indigenous Ugandan organization founded in 2009. Its work focuses on promoting community nutrition, health and food security, especially among communities that are affected by adverse health and nutrition problems. CAfH was founded by a group of nutritionists who have extensive experience in implementation of community health and nutrition projects. The group leader Professor John H. Muyonga has led health and nutrition surveys for four districts in Northern Uganda. He has also led several nutrition and health intervention programs, including two nutrition and health education projects funded by the UN WFP aimed at alleviating malnutrition and health problems in Northern and North Eastern Uganda. The other founder members, Richard Bukenya, Sophie Nansereko and Richard Bakaluba have from 3-7 years experience in community health and nutrition projects, including working with Ministry of Health, Districts, and NGOs.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : (273) 994 2985,.

Community Care Foundation

P.O.Box 1637, Masaka, .
Contact Phones : 0414 671 628,.
CCFU is still a nonprofit organization operating in Masaka region. it is a Community Based Organization (CBO) registered under the ministry of gender-labor and Social development. Reg. no MMC/489/2016. CCFU is a youth led non-profit community based organization founded by a group of young peoples who volunteered their time to work towards social transformation. It is working to improve the wellbeing of vulnerable young people, women & elderly in Masaka region to live a better & a purpose driven life through providing Educating, Engaging & Empowering them.CCFU is to bring love and hope to young people and to transform poor communities in Masaka region and in Uganda atlarge. Since 2016 CCFU has demonstrated that young people are significant actors in development and can drive positive change at local, regional and national level in the areas of Education Support, Women Empowerment, Behavior Change Communication, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights & HIV/AIDS awareness in young people

Community Children Foundation

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +089-029-2093 ,.
Web Address
"There are poor children who suffer from hunger. Disease has hurt nutritional deficiencies not go to school. In many outback, even with the help of both the public and private sectors. Many organizations have done it. But not enough. Let's work together. To help children to be more thorough and more. " Royal speech in HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn submitted to our Board of Directors on November 14, 1995.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +233 39 209 6907,.
Web Address
Community Development Alliance (CDA-Ghana) is a reputable Women and Child-Centered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) incorporated under the laws of Ghana with registration number CG186562015 and also registered with the Department of Social Welfare in accordance with Ghanaian Law and issued with a certificate of recognition with registration number D.S.W/6190. Over the past decade of its existence, CDA-Ghana has carved out a niche for itself in amplifying citizens voices, convening, coordinating and catalyzing grassroots advocacy actions geared towards influencing public policy and service delivery that meets the needs of the poor and most vulnerable sections of the Ghana society. Despite its location in the Upper West Region, CDA-Ghana has gained national level prominence and visibility on various public policy advocacy dialogues and influencing platforms. CDA-Ghana has collaborated very well with various International and National Ghanaian Civil Society organizations such

Community Efforts for Child Empowerment

P. O. Box 51, Kiboga - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256392846728,.
Web Address
Background of the organization: Community Efforts for Child Empowerment (CECE) is a registered non-profit making and Child focused Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) constituted in June 2009, with its Secretariat based in Kiboga Town Council. It is an umbrella organization, working with six (6) communities (Masodde, Butemba, Kiyuni, Wakiso, Gayaza and Kinabwe) located in the districts of Kyankwanzi, Kiboga, Wakiso and Luwero respectively. CECE with major funding support from ChildFund international and other development partners strives to demystify the faces of deprivation, exclusion and vulnerability among children by “uprooting” their root causes. The organization is fully registered and incorporated since 2009 in Uganda under the Non-Governmental Organizations Registration Act with registration number S.5914/8532.


., 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


P O Box 22205 Kampala (U), .
Contact Phones : +256 393 800 644,.
Web Address
Community Health Alliance Uganda is a registered non-profit organization founded in 2010. It is an alliance of grassroot organizations that supports community driven action on SRHR, HIV, Tuberculosis (TB) and other health issues in Uganda. Membership include National CSOs, grassroot organizations, CBOs, networks and PLHIV groups.

Community Integrated Development Initiative

PO Box 692, Tankhill Road, Muyenga, .
Contact Phones : +256414510358,.
Web Address
Introduction Community Integrated Development Initiatives, CIDI was founded in 1996 and registered in 1999 as a legal not-for-profit NGO with the Ministry of Internal Affairs under registration certificate No. 2715 and Reference No. S-5914/2868. It was founded by a team of experienced and competent professionals motivated by the dire need for concerted efforts to fight poverty in Uganda about 60% of whose population is poor and 35% core poor. CIDI mainly focuses on actions that directly improve on the lives of the poor, vulnerable and marginalized communities in urban, peri-urban and rural areas. CIDI is to continue investing in community empowerment programs that contribute towards poverty reduction through the provision of sustainable integrated technical and material support, in broad areas of sustainable agriculture, environmental conservation, lobbying, health promotion, income generation, water and environmental sanitation, lobbying and advocacy.


P.O Box 239 Bushenyi - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 772 560804,.
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Community justice and anti-corruption forum. (CJAF-UG) is a non-governmental, non-partisan and not for profit human rights and legal aid organization, established in the year 2008 by three young persons, with practical training and experience in human rights, governance, corruption and legal training, we serve a broad range of vulnerable persons and communities, around us. The organization is duly registered under the laws of Uganda i.e. The (NGO) Non-Governmental Organizations registration act 2016 and further approved as law chambers.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +1-773-934-9728,.
Web Address
Our Vision Is for every vulnerable child to have a healthy family to belong to. Our Goals Take as much children as possible out of the streets and into the arms of loving and godly foster parents Fight against poverty and help families experience holistic prosperity Support children and parents to overcome traumas and emotional problems Pursue united, stable families where the love of Christ dwells supremely Produce transformed communities, one family at a time


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +39 06 4292929,.
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Sant’Egidio is a Christian community born in 1968, right after the second Vatican Council. An initiative of Andrea Riccardi, it was born in a secondary school in the centre of Rome. With the years, it has become a network of communities in more than 70 countries of the world. The Community pays attention to the periphery and peripheral people, gathering men and women of all ages and conditions, united by a fraternal tie through the listening of the Gospel and the voluntary and free commitment for the poor and peace. Prayer, poor and peace are its fundamentals points of reference. Prayer, based on the listening of the Word of God, is the first deed of the Community: it accompanies and guides life. In Rome and across the world, it is also a meeting and welcome point for whoever would like to listen to the Word of God and address their invocation to the Lord. The poor are brothers and sisters, friends of the Community. Friendship with whoever is in a moment of need – elderly, homeless,


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256772463363,.
Community Restoration Initiative (CORE) is a non- profit making, group member- based Non- Governmental Organization, founded and registered in 2015, Reg. No.0356. The Organization offices are situated in Kampala, Uganda. CORE offers psycho-social support and vocational skills for job creation and employment youths and children. Since its inception in 2015 youths who include 21 street children (Garbage collectors), 92 Teenage mothers, 46 women in sexual exploitation, 17 youths in drug abuse and 3 youths with disability have benefited from our programs. CORE has been partnering with health, legal, educational institutions in restoring hope, morals and livelihood among vulnerable youths and children in and around the slums of Kampala City. The beneficiaries are teenage mothers, street children, prostitutes, youths in drug abuse and vulnerable children.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ,.
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Community Road Empowerment (CORE) is an international NGO registered in Japan (2007) and Kenya (2008). Main aim of CORE is to empower the communities to maintain the rural access roads using, “Do-nou” technology from Japan to improve their agricultural production and to conserve the environment for poverty and hunger eradication. We are working in 15 countries in worldwide (page.4). CORE is grateful to the partners and sponsors for their continued support towards implementing varieties of projects to reduce poverty.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : ,.
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P.O.Box 19, Seeta Mukono Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256-414291087 ,.
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Manifesto Computers for Schools Uganda(CfSU) a local nongovernmental organization is committed to ensuring that all stake holders in the education sector access and use ICT sustainably. With a mission to empower school communities with necessary ICT tools and skills that support education delivery, CfSU has its guiding principles as; teamwork, timely service delivery, integrity, mobility and professionalism. History Computers for Schools Uganda(CfSU) is an indigenous not for profit organization that was started in 2008 with a primary purpose of ensuring that Ugandans (particularly educational institutions and the community) access ICT and use it sustainably for improved education delivery. The organization is supplementing on government programs of ensuring quality education through the provision of ICT equipment to schools, maintain the equipment and also train teachers to use the equipment for teaching/learning and management. The beginnings Initially, CfSu’s core


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +353 1 417 7700 ,.
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We are an international humanitarian organisation that strives for a world free from poverty, fear and oppression. We deliver life-saving and life-changing interventions to the world's poorest and most vulnerable people. From rapid emergency response to innovative development programming, we go to the hardest to reach places to make sure that no-one is left behind.


P.O Box 7462, Kampala, .
Contact Phones : (+256) 414-575137,.
CGC is governed by a patron, Dr. Ann F. Hayes and a Board of Directors. The board compromises of 9 members among whom is a former CGC beneficiary who represents all the beneficiaries. The board consists of members with a wealth of diverse knowledge, expertise and experience in Child Care, Women Affairs and Education, Community Development, Gender and Business.


P.O.BOX 16111 Wandegeya - KAMPALA, UGANDA, .
Contact Phones : +256 774539536,.
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Our Vision An inclusive Ugandan society, where persons with disabilities and older persons enjoy justice and freedom. That is our vision for Concerted Efforts for Rights Uganda Our Mission To promote distributive justice of persons with disabilities and older persons in all spheres of life. This is accomplished through Public Interest Litigation and Research Based Advocacy on livelihoods, health, education, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and climatic change challenges in Uganda. Our Objectives To promote respect and the observance of the rule of law and due processes; To promote general livelihood related issues; To document and disseminate experience and best practice to address global humanitarian issues; To encourage civil society contributions to the negotiation and implementation of conventions; To support outreach and awareness on globally recognized humanitarian issues; To promote public awareness in the field of environme

Confident Kids

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 08 7078 0129,.
Fast forward 30 years to January 2017 and it became a new but amazingly similar journey for my youngest son and I. Kingston, my four year old son, being rugged up in a warm car for the drive out to my very own Centre, Confident Kids Croydon Park. Over so many years of exposure to children’s learning environments, watching the change that has occurred in the child care industry, being raised by two amazing parents and two older brothers that have always been my first teachers and having two beautiful children of my own, I have developed a sound philosophy in regard to children’s development. I strongly believe that by providing children with fun, creative and caring Educators and Teachers that offer an inclusive, safe, loving and trusting environment full of various structured, unstructured activities and resources that are age appropriate to ignite and inspire a curiosity to learn socially, emotionally, culturally, physically and intellectually will undoubtedly support a child’s

Confort For Africa

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +1 215 886 4780,.
Comfort for Africa is a faith-based NGO operating in the Kingdom of Eswatini. We have worked alongside local churches on a part-time basis since 2007. Our organization was originally called Swaziland Relief, but we changed our name to Comfort for Africa after the Kingdom of Eswatini changed its official name in 2018. We have had a full-time presence in Eswatini since January 2019. The focus of our work is in Education, Discipleship, and partnership with the emaSwati Deaf community.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 0115 837 8083,.
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At the dawn of the 50’s Peter Warsop, an ardent young preacher who was tireless in his pursuit of truth, and others of like mind rented a small, upper room in the bustling market town of Loughborough, Leics., and the work as it is today, began. A time of unfolding revelation followed as this minister taught about the Body of Christ, the function of the ministerial gifts as laid out in Ephesians 4 and freedom to use the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Little, if anything, was being taught about these things in the church world at that time. In the late 1950’s he took up the pastorate of a church group in Nottingham. In a relatively short period of time the group grew through an intense programme of evangelism which saw hundreds of people come to faith and receive water baptism!


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256(0)782596850,.
Connect Africa Ministries is a relational, faith-based organization that exists to empower individuals through outreach and training in appropriate technologies for sustainable community transformation. Trevor & Jana Tychon founded Connect Africa Ministries in 2003 to reach out to individuals displaced by war in Northern Uganda. Through various outreaches and in building relationships within several communities, it became apparent that the need for clean water, sanitation and appropriate building materials and growing methods would be critical to helping individuals rebuild their lives. This has proved true not only in conflict areas but for those seeking affordable solutions. What started in Uganda has started to grow and has spread throughout East Africa.


P.O Box 26177 Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256-705 174829,.
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Conservation Efforts for Community Development. CECOD is a Non Governmental Organization founded in 1999 to empower communities in Uganda for popular participation in conservation of the environment for Sustainable Community Development. CECOD promotes Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Uganda and empowers people, especially the youth, to lift themselves out of poverty. CECOD enhances the profile of education and learning in the common pursuit of sustainable development.


P.O Box 75298 Clock Tower, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +(256) 777 171 421,.
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Conservation is rooted in earning the support of the local communities who share a backyard with some of the most biodiverse wildlife in the world. Many of the most isolated and impoverished families live around protected areas in Africa—their lifestyles imposing an imminent threat to the survival of wildlife and habitats and eventually, themselves. Land encroachment, competition for food, and the spread of zoonotic disease between people, wildlife and livestock are all grim everyday realities. In 1996, the first scabies outbreak in the gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, resulted in the death of an infant gorilla and the rest of the gorilla group recovered with Ivermectin treatment. The fatal disease was traced back to the local communities living around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. A few years later in 2001 and 2002, another scabies outbreak occurred, fortunately there were no deaths because the gorillas were treated soon enough. Mountain gorillas are


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +31 (0) 70 – 31 36 300,.
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Cordaid works to end poverty and exclusion. We do this in the world’s most fragile and conflict-affected areas as well as in the Netherlands. We engage communities to rebuild trust and resilience and increase people’s self-reliance. Our professionals provide humanitarian assistance and create opportunities to improve security, health care and education and stimulate inclusive economic growth.


Plot 12B Farady Road Bugolobi, Nakawa Division Next to MUBS Annex Bugolobi, .
Contact Phones : .,.
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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.

Cornerstone Children Ministries

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
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War, Disease, and Poverty has stricken Uganda more than almost any other country in the world. The people have been devastated and there are many children left with no one to care for them and give them the basic needs to survive. Cornerstone is saving these children. We are able to take these precious children from poverty, sex slavery, and death into our loving home and provide them with care, love, education, and a chance at a future.


4 Semburo Road, Ntinda, Kampala Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256788127877,.
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CFG-U is an organization formed due to members’ concern about the rising levels of corruption practices in the country, with Uganda ranked among the most corrupt countries in the whole world. CFG-U was founded in 2016, and has emerged as the country’s most suitable weapon to fight corruption amongst the youth and ultimately contribute to corruption eradication nationwide. CFG-U is responsible for involving the youth across the country to adopt an early assimilation of concepts against corruption and also prevent it through proactive measures of civic education, and as such gives it a broader platform to enhance the perception of its direct and indirect beneficiaries. The organization is a youth- led organization founded and steered by a group of University graduates and students across Uganda; who believe that the fight against corruption is everyone’s responsibility i.e. both old and young. Everyone’s contribution is critical however small it might seem. These youth have pledged ze

CoRSU Rehabilitation Hospital

Kawuku, Entebbe Road, .
Contact Phones : +256 794 900 111,.
CoRSU was established in 2006 as a private non-profit, non-government organization in Uganda after extensive consultation with various experts and stakeholders. CoRSU could be considered as a Ugandan initiative encouraged and supported by CBM with the main aim of expanding and improving the medical rehabilitation services for children and people with disability in Uganda


Plot 4384, P.O BOX 9063
Contact Phones : -,256-414-269507/256-41-426
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P.O BOX 384, Ibanda, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 789 463 026,.
Covenant Global Ministries is a non-profit making Christian organization, which constitutes an autonomous entity distinct from its members and partners and affiliates worldwide. Covenant Global Ministries is operated as a legally constituted, indigenous non-governmental organization (“NGO”) established to provide voluntary religious, educational or charitable services to the community, but not for profit or commercial purposes, within the meanings ascribed to the foregoing.

CRC Churches International

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 08 8356 6999,.
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CRC Churches International, previously known as The Christian Revival Crusade, is an established pentecostal denomination that started in Australia, has expanded throughout the Asia Pacific, and now encompasses a global vision. In the last 15 years the CRC has developed a set of long-term goals for the Australian movement as well as the international movement. These documents show clear goals and a pathway in moving forward. Strategic Directions 2018 - 2023 (Australia) International Strategic Directions 2015 - 2020 Strategic Directions 2013-2018 (Australia) In 2010 a follow up document called x2 Double the Churches, Double the People was developed, that provides a broader platform for the stated goal to have a presence in every nation by the year 2045. You can read our vision and mission, and charter of belief.

Creation SDA Relief Projects of Uganda

PO Box 51 Kalangala - Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 777 564 179,.
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The Creation SDA Relief Association of Uganda is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education and health of the Ugandan people. We aim to provide high-quality free education in fields such as technology, English, health, and hygiene. We are the only organization of our kind to offer such services at no charge to the disadvantaged Ugandans who receive it. In order to offer our services at no charge, we are dependant on the donations and goodwill of the international community. If you would like to assist in this project, please click the "Donate" button to the left.


2nd Floor Crown House, Jinja Rd, .
Contact Phones : +256 778 320 790 ,.
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Credify is a credit only micro-finance institution regulated by Uganda Microfinance Regulatory Authority (UMRA). Founded in 2015 with a vision to be the preferred provider of credit to the burgeoning SME and trade finance space in Africa. Credify “Credit Simplified” operates with a mission to simplify credit by providing client centric services, reducing the paperwork and most importantly providing the quickest loan turnaround


Plot 62 Kenneth Dale Bukoto, .
Contact Phones : +256772559412 ,.
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About Crib Of Hope We are a national charity Non-government organization working with former juveniles in Uganda by resettling them and ensuring their reintegration with their families and communities

Cyan International

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 01235 517655,.
Cyan International was founded in 2009 and works in partnership with some of the world’s poorest people across Africa, Asia and the Middle East. We build on local skills and knowledge with the aims of: Improving poor people’s access to essential services Securing basic human rights and justice Improving economic opportunities Our vision is to see the lives of poor and disadvantaged communities transformed – from poverty to opportunity, inequality to justice and despair to hope. Cyan is registered as a company (number 6843768) and as a charity in England and Wales (number 1129603).


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +45 33152800,.
DCAs vision DanChurchAid has a vision of a world without hunger, poverty and oppression, in which popular and political powers constantly work strongly and actively for a just and sustainable distribution and use of the earth’s resources. DCAs core DanChurchAid supports the poorest of the world in their struggle for a dignified life and helps those whose lives are threatened. We provide emergency relief in disaster-stricken areas and long-term development assistance in poor regions - to create a more equitable and sustainable world. Our work derives from Christian values. We show active compassion, share with the world’s poorest, and help those in need. We act courageously when injustice is committed against people and when human rights are violated. The situation of each individual is the starting point for our work, with respect for human rights and equality. We engage with popular and political forces, and seek to influence decision makers to improve conditions for the


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +45 3373 5000 ,.
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The Danish Refugee Council assists refugees and internally displaced persons in 40 countries across the globe: we provide emergency aid, fight for their rights, and strengthen their opportunity for a brighter future. We work in conflict-affected areas, along the displacement routes, and in the countries where refugees settle. In cooperation with local communities, we strive for responsible and sustainable solutions. We work toward successful integration and – whenever possible – for the fulfillment of the wish to return home. The Danish Refugee Council was founded in Denmark in 1956, and has since grown to become an international humanitarian organization with more than 9,000 staff and 7,500 volunteers. Our vision is a dignified life for all displaced.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : + 360-220-8393,.
Days for Girls began in 2008 when Founder and CEO Celeste Mergens was working with a family foundation in the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya where she began assisting an orphanage. In the wake of historic post-election violence, the population at the orphanage had swelled from 400 children to 1,400. As she was getting prepared to return to Nairobi, Celeste went to bed with the devastating situation weighing heavy on her mind. In the middle of the night, she woke up with a nagging question: “What are girls doing for feminine hygiene?” Seeking an answer, she ran to the computer and sent an email to the Assistant Director of the orphanage.He replied right away, “Nothing. They wait in their rooms.” Celeste learned that girls were sitting on cardboard for several days each month, often going without food unless someone would bring it to them. This set in motion her first intervention - disposable pads. But Celeste and her team quickly discovered a major problem - without any pl


P.o.Box 16546 Kampala,Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 771 89 68 58,.
Web Address
WHO WE ARE Ddamulira & Son Foundation is a non-governmental non-profit making developmental and a human rights organization founded and registered with Uganda NGO bureau under the Ministry of internal Affairs in 2017 (REG NUMBER- INDR13547361NB).The organization aims to advocate, support, empower and improve on the lives of the poor, vulnerable and marginalized people in Uganda through offering opportunities to local communities’ needs by undertaking an initiative to contribute positively through various projects, programs, schemes and development incentives that seek to support and empower all people in the community socially and economically to meet their needs and enjoy all their rights with a purpose of improving their education, health, social and economic welfare, for community and individual sustainable development.

Ddembe Home Uganda

P.O. BOX 1303 Masaka, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : (+256) 757 034 663 ,.
DDEMBE HOME UGANDA is founded on the belief that all youth have a right to feel safe, loved, and respected. Working together, we can give these teens hope for a brighter future. The goal of DDEMBE HOME UGANDA is to help youth living on the streets by providing support services aimed at breaking the cycle of disadvantage, abuse, and addiction. In a family environment, these youth are given access to education, vocational training, safe accommodations, drug and alcohol recovery counseling, and health care. Youth who are trying to get off the streets are often scared and mistrustful; homeless youth never know where they will sleep, if they will be safe, or how they will get their next meal. They often feel powerless and fall into a self-defeating cycle that ends in failure. We need to protect them from the street, and its terrors, and help them to become the best that they can be. At DDEMBE HOME UGANDA, these valuable young people find the nurturing environment they need to bre

Deaf Action Uganda

P.O. Box 23873 Kampala. , .
Contact Phones : + 256 781- 342 060 ,.
Deaf action Uganda (DAU) is a non-governmental, non-for-profit and non-denominational Christian Deaf Organization involved in the spreading of the word of God and the empowerment of Deaf people in Uganda. Deaf Action Uganda is affiliated with Deaf Ministries International (DMI). DAU was established in 1993 by David Bulime from Uganda in cooperation with an Australian-Norwegian couple Neville and Lill Muir, who were the founders of Deaf Ministries International. Beginning as World Opportunity International, it later changed names to Deaf Ministries International Uganda and then to Deaf Action Uganda.


P.O.Box 16226 Wandegeya, Kampala Uganda - East Africa , .
Contact Phones : +256 771 983 630,.
Our Vision Contribute to societies that enable Deaf and Hard of hearing people utilize their full potential to lead productive and dignified lives. Our Mission Provide educational, economic, social and cultural opportunities to promote the welfare of Deaf and Hard of hearing people in Uganda. Our Name Deaf Link Uganda signifies our desire to link deaf and hard of hearing people in Uganda, Africa and the rest of the world, bringing them together as a unified Deaf Community. Central to our work is our commitment to strengthen links through developing networks with organisations of persons who are deaf, as well as the entire disability movement.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256-780.931.757,.
In 2014, during a summer trip to the outskirts of Kampala, Uganda, we discovered some huts; badly built with canes and mud, topped with rusty tin, holey rooves, badly damaged by the wind and rain. No running water, no electricity. It was the St. Juliana Parents School, one of the poorest schools in the city. Nearly 100 children were trying to learn, mostly sitting on the muddy floor and cramped on the few benches available; the orphans slept in a storeshed, on rugged pieces of filthy foam, fighting with rats, flies and cockroaches. The kitchen was a shelter made of rags with a fire-pit and the toilet was just a hole in the ground. There were few teachers and they were very badly paid. We decided to act in person: we set up the NGO “Expanded Horizons” and in August 2015, went back to Kampala and thanks to the donations of 140 friends from Italy, Spain, Germany and Norway, in 44 days and with less than €10,000 we built (with our bare hands) 7 classrooms, a kitchen, 2 rooms with b

Defend Defenders

P.O. Box 70356 Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256-393-265-820,.
DefendDefenders (East and Horn of Africa Human Rights Defenders Project) seeks to strengthen the work of human rights defenders (HRDs) throughout the East and Horn of Africa sub-region by reducing their vulnerability to the risk of persecution and by enhancing their capacity to effectively defend human rights. We work in Burundi, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia/Somaliland, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. DefendDefenders serves as the secretariat of the East and Horn of Africa Human Rights Defenders Network, which represents hundreds of members consisting of individual HRDs, human rights organisations, and national HRD coalitions.


Plot 21, Commercial Rd Naguru, .
Contact Phones : +256 392 201102,.
Defenders Protection Initiative (DPI) is a Ugandan registered Non-Government Organization. We offer practical and contextualized security and safety options for civil society. DPI prides in employing unique and innovative approaches in its contribution to a safer working environment for civil society in Uganda. We believe in a continuous cycle of learning where both DPI and its partners learn from each other through participatory approaches.

Delight In The Lord Ministries

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : 912-531-5563,.
Delight in the Lord Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded by Cierra Crowe in November 2015. Cierra visited Uganda, Africa, for three months on a mission trip during the summer of 2015, and she fell in love with Uganda’s culture and people. Since returning to Uganda in February 2016, God has provided many opportunities for Cierra and the ministry. She is investing in the lives of many Ugandan children in the Kabowa community by teaching God’s truths and most importantly His love, grace and salvation through His Son. Cierra calls Uganda home 10 1/2 months of the year. During the remainder of the year, she returns to the States to share about DLM and secure additional funding! God has quickly grown His ministry beyond what we could have ever imagined, and we cannot wait to watch as He continues to be glorified through Delight in the Lord Ministries.

Delight Ministries

Katalemwa 11 Miles on Bombo Road , Kampala, #27236, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 485 493
Delight Ministries was established in June 2020. We were preparing for the SIW (Singles in Waiting) Fellowship which God started through Sharing the love of God to the People of Uganda, Africa and beyond in the mighty name of Jesus

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

Desert Foundation

P.O.BOX 1148 Jinja-Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 7558820365,.
The Vision of Deseret Foundation is to support and empower the orphans and vulnerable children so that they can have a dignified and graceful life. We would like to establish an all-round qualified education in good social and economic surroundings, so that the children can become self-reliant and wonderful young citizens. Through education and love they shall grow spiritually and emotionally. We want them to follow their way with settled selfconfidence and also to be able to influence and change their country in a positive way. The elderly's we would like to support with decent housing and medicine as well as social integrated activities which they can still perform due to their old age.

Design without Borders (DwB)

P.O.Box 11722, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 54, Ntinda Road, Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 775 189 793,+(256) 39 2177616
Design without Borders is founded (2001) with the conviction that design and designers can contribute to improving the lives of people in low and middle-income countries and areas of crisis. Today, Design without Borders is both an independent non-profit foundation in Norway and a professional design office in Uganda, serving the African continent and beyond.


Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 782 562080,.
Destiny Friends International (DEFI) provides assistance to people & communities in need. How and where we contribute is based on the cultural challenges and strengths of a community as defined by its most precious resource-the people. We use your support to empower world changers and difference makers leading their communities in providing various educational opportunities, running food programs, creating peace, offering jobs, & assisting in emergencies. Everything we do is to bring hope in the name of Jesus.


P.O.BOX 37549, Kampala-Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 (0)20 0902869,.
Develop a Child Africa Ministries (DACAM) is a Christian NGO (non-profit organisation) based in Kampala,Uganda which started in 2011. 9 years later, in 2019, we are working with 200 families, including 500 children in three locations: Katoogo a slum in the outskirts Kampala in Gaba, Kyagwe Mukono across lake Victoria from Gaba and Lugazi Kasokoso, an undeveloped community just 80kms east of Kampala. Our long term goal is to develop a self-sustainable Christ-centered community in Lugazi and Kyagwe for the people currently living in Katogo slum. The slum lands are government owned and the people are living on them illegally. With our Fifteen staff members and three volunteers, we are able to provide: school fees, urgent medical needs, food, clothing, skills, business training, and Christian counseling. As we empower each family, we expect to see change within the community. We believe that these families will have the ability to support themselves, send their children to schoo


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.


Naluvule Wakiso-Uganda, , Canan Estate
Contact Phones : +256 394 822 001,.
Web Address
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.


Kiwanga Road, Seeta Mukono Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256-788-874-928,.
Development Expertise Centre is a registered non-governmental Organization established in 2015 with an aim to inspire and empower communities create lasting solutions to Poverty and Social Injustice. We work with communities over a period of time to create lasting solutions to poverty. Our focus group are women, young people and children.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 - 778 668 894 ,.
Development Teams Foundation (DTF) is a humanitarian NGO, legally registered in Uganda. Established in 2016, DTF focuses its interventions on addressing pertinent human rights issues, insecurity and alleviation of poverty through strengthening local capacities to build secure, productive and just communities. DTF’s programming is directed at ensuring the provision of high quality programs at a scale to meet the basic needs of the beneficiaries of its programs especially, women and youth in Uganda. Development Teams Foundation (DTF) since its formation has conducted significant programming interventions in terms of supporting the refugee community in North West Uganda. DTF has carried out its activities in the fields of human rights, humanitarian and development with high quality implementation especially directed at ensuring youth and women engagement and impact in transitional settings, increase the impact and influence of human rights and security. DTF has directly engaged on


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +46 8 453 69 00,.
Web Address
Diakonia is a faith-based Swedish development organization. We support and work with around 350 local partner organizations in 25 countries. Together with our partner organizations, we form a global network that works to ensure that more people are able to live dignified lives.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +49 (0)7071 704 90 17,.
Web Address
In economically poor countries and in neglected areas, we supportand consult health projects and advocate for comprehensive and high-quality health care services. Due to our long-standing experience and our expertise in the fields of clinical care, laboratory services, pharmaceuticalwork and project management,we are able to support the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of health projects. We attach great importance to a close and continuous cooperation with our local partners. Continuous communication and regular visits facilitate mutual learning and growth

Dignity Foundation

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +919152017120,.
In 1995 I quit the job to start the magazine Dignity Dialogue as my private enterprise. R Sridhar, formerly President Ogilvy Direct, collaborated with me and together we came up with the name DIGNITY for the magazine, which for copyright reasons became Dignity Dialogue. Driving from Deonar to Churchgate the contents page came to be visualised by me, and to this day it pretty much remains the same. A private limited company by name Senior Citizens Life Enrichment Services Pvt. Ltd. was incorporated, with much of my savings and that of my husband. Dignity Dialogue was first published on April 29, 1995, which got excited announcements in over 39 newspapers and magazines. By 1998 with a view to allow public funds to flow into the venture, we gave up the private limited company structure to start a charitable foundation admitted by the charity commissioner in 1998. I have not looked back since; the foundation has been steadily growing from that time. The concept of a magazine grew into


Entebbe - Uganda, Plot 2A, Opposite Victoria Mall, Entebbe.
Contact Phones : +256 702 101 511,+256 778 907 727
We Are A Registered Organization In Uganda Dealing In Support For Children With Disabilities In Our Communities. Volunteer Now!

Disabled World

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Disabled-World.Com is an independent Health and Disability news source that offers subject areas covering seniors and disability news, assistive device reviews, and articles on everything from helpful tips to disability sports articles. Our slogan "Towards Tomorrow" reflects on the fact that humanity is on its way toward the manifestation of global recognition of the rights and abilities of people with disabilities. The mission of Disabled World is to report daily health and disability news and inform the public. does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Our web site information comes from volunteer writers, press releases, educational institutes and worldwide government organizations that submit news items, public notices and coming events for publishing.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +61430097771,.
Glorious Hope Mission Church (GHMC Sydney) is a non-sectarian non-denominational Church that is Bible based. We rely fully on the Bible which is the Word of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. At Glorious Hope Mission Church (GHMC Sydney) we are focused on providing Spiritual Services with the highest levels of satisfaction & we will do everything we can to be warm to anyone. With a variety of offerings to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy fellowshipping with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!

Divine Hearts Africa

P.O.BOX 36320 Kampala -Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 704 459 891
We are a Community Based Organisation that extends a hand of support to vulnerable children DHA is a developmental oriented Community Based Organisation that extends a hand of support to vulnerable children and fulfillment of their rights in Uganda since 2012. DHA started way back in 2012 by Kabanda Patrick by then a University Student after realizing that most of the children in his community were not going to school due to different social and economic challenges. DHA provides basic children needs for a better future. DHA is a fully registered Community Based Organisation and certified by the government of Uganda.


P.O.Box 1988, Jinja. Uganda (East Africa), .
Contact Phones : +256 772 683 234,.
Vision Live a happy and better life, with the Love of God, in all areas of life. Also we have obtained an inheritance, having been predestined according to His purpose who works all things after the counsel of His will. (Ephesians 1; 11) Two are better than one because they have a good return for their labor. (Ecclesiastes 4; 9) Mission Empowering and Realizing people into their full potentials and responsibilities. Objectives 1. To sensitization and create awareness of AIDS/HIV among the youth and entire community. 2. Rebuild broken relationship among the community for the disappointed families and youth. Through counselising of one to one, heart situations. 3. To promote and train the youth with skills to enable them live a better life. 4. To equip and empower the youth and the community by acknowledge that God is the supreme of live and with HIM all things are possible. To know God and make HIM known. 5. Improve on the educational of the


P.O Box, 1096, Lira, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 392 967162,.
Divine Waters Uganda (DWU) is a Christian, charitable service organization (CSO) providing Water, Hygiene & Sanitation and Educational to the communities in Uganda. DWU was established to provide safe drinking water for the people of Uganda who have little or no access to safe water. As DWU works; it seeks to maintain a firm Christian witness in developing communities regardless of their race, ideology or religion and that is why it employs mainly Christian staff to implement its activities. DWU works in partnership with national and international stake holders to provide safe water, adequate sanitation, and improved health to the people of Uganda and the DWU staff are empowered to bring health and hope to thousands of communities throughout Uganda. Through its proven technical expertise in water development, commitment to community-led programming, and innovative WASH promotion strategies, DWU is poised to make a significant impact on the water-stressed communities of Uganda.

Don Bosco Calm

Namugongo - Kira Town Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 788 936 115,.
Don Bosco and Salesians of Don Bosco The Salesians of Don Bosco are a religious congregation of Brothers and Priests . We were founded in 1859 by Saint John Bosco. Don Bosco’s mission was clear and simple: to be a friend to young people who were poor, abandoned or at risk, and in so doing to be a friend to Christ. Wherever the Salesians work, our mission is the same, but its expression changes to suit the particular context. So you will find Salesians in schools of all kinds, youth clubs, in homes for homeless or abandoned children; working with street children; missionaries; chaplains in schools, colleges and universities and in parish work. There are currently almost 16,000 members (priests and brothers) in the congregation, working in 131 countries around the world. Why the name Salesians? John Bosco had a great admiration for St Francis de Sales (1567-1622). Francis, who was born near Geneva, 21 August 1567, was patron saint of Piedmont and Savoy and much loved by John Bosco


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 788 726032,.
The Dorna Centre Home for Autism is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting children & young people with Autism, their families and the Autism community at large.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +(809) 574-2979,.
Doulos Ministries is a Christian missions sending and supporting organization whose primary ministry initiative is Doulos Discovery School, located in in Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic. Doulos Ministries is an established 501(c)(3) US nonprofit with over a decade of experience sending and supporting missionaries and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through it’s focused ministry initiatives.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,.
Who We Are Every ministry that is truly a Christian , like Doves of Destiny ministries , believes certain foundational truths like the Trinity, the Divinity of Jesus Christ, and in salvation through His death and resurrection. But just as we are all human beings, yet each of having very unique traits and personalities and character, so it is with churches. We share many common beliefs, yet each church has its' own within those beliefs, it's own applications and it's own personality. Just as people can be dysfunctional, so can churches. seeks to be empowering, liberating and healthy in all we do, and to bring to others the love, goodness, character, presence and enabling power of Christ. The several pages linked to this "Who We Are" menu (see links to left) will give you a better feel of the D DM and personality of doves of destiny ministries seeks to be empowering, liberating and healthy in all we do, and to bring to others the love, goodness, character, presence and enabling po


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 (0)776 88 88 46,.


Kyakabunga, Nyakahita Road, .
Contact Phones : +256772637373,.
Dream Farm Kyakabunga Group (DFK) is an indigenous Non-Governmental Organization focusing on poverty alleviation among vulnerable rural farmers in Uganda through sustainable agriculture and agro enterprise development for food security and regular income. DFK started as a Community Based Organization (CBO) in 2013 and in 2016 the Government applauded its work and registered Dream Farm Kyakabunga Group as a fully- fledged Non-Governmental Organization (NGO); registration No. 12560 with NGO Board under the Ministry of Internal Affairs, DFK has an initial outreach program for communities and schools in the districts of Kiruhura, Lyantonde and Mbarara and beyond. We are located in South Western Uganda in Kiruhura district about 200km from Kampala, with offices and a model farm at Kyakabunga Village, Nyakashashara Sub County DFK organizes farmer groups and builds their capacity through hands-on trainings to adopt sustainable farming practices for food security and agro enterpri


Sam Buyer Flat #Old Bukoba Road Kyotera, .
Contact Phones : +256 393 224 094,.
About us: We are a youth led and serving national NGO founded in 2016 with an aim to uplift the health wellbeing and socioeconomic standards of the living for the vulnerable and disadvantaged rural young people between ages 10-24 years. Currently we are operating in South Western Uganda –Kyotera and Rakai districts.


Buwama, Mpigi, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +1-440-381-6430,.
Who We Are Our Vision Inspiring the world to carefully value and protect our water as a basic necessity of life. Our Mission Drink Local. Drink Tap., Inc.™ is a not-for-profit organization that inspires individuals to recognize and solve our water issues through creative education, events, and providing safe water access to people in need. Our Shared Water Since 2010, Drink Local. Drink Tap., Inc.™ has been creatively reconnecting people to water through video, photography, and art to educate and engage youth, communities, and people of all socio-economic backgrounds about the importance of caring for the water we put into our bodies and the water that surrounds us. Our Wavemaker Program in schools, monthly beach cleanups, 4 Miles 4 Water event, Annual Splash Party, safe water access projects in east Africa and multimedia projects all which aim to both educate and inspire people everywhere to care for our shared water and help people who suffer from a lack of access to sa


Cathedral Rd. Bugembe, Jinja Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 772 781339,.
Web Address
Our Background DROHA UGANDA was formed after realizing of the disparities, poverty levels, leaving most families especially in rural areas without adequate financial support, unable to educate children especially the girl child, have no place to seek counsel in case they face a life of challenges in their marriage life, moral decay and disintegration that has led to high rates of crimes in communities, Food loss, Human sacrifice, Domestic violence, Poor Sanitation Child neglect and abuse that are being experienced in the country, thus, our desire, we, the members of DROHA, compassionate and passionate choose to pursue a path which restores and brings dignity of a self reliant, participatory methodology to rectify these life challenges. Through skilling, and mentorship with the aim of Restoration of the Spiritual and Social image of our Nation.


P.O.Box 28635, Kampala(U), .
Contact Phones : +256 782 226849,.
Web Address
Eager Smile Africa is a Christian faith based charitable association found in Matugga Kilyagonga Village, Wakiso District in Uganda. It was founded in 2008 and registered as a CBO (charitable based organization) operating in Wakiso district in 2010. In the year 2017 we were fully registered and established as an NGO with the ministry of internal Affairs of the Uganda government. It is a brain child of Ms. Maggie Nansubuga From Uganda with the support of Mr. Rich Eshleman in America and Father Max D’Silva. Catholic priest of Capuchin Order in India. It was founded to render Holistic growth charitable services in the areas of Education, Health and Social economic empowerment (with emphasis to Savings and Environmental Sustainability) Since its inception we have provided financial support to families by providing school fees, scholastic materials to needy children. Furthermore we have given startup capital to enterprising people to start income generating activities e.g.


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 772 403 798,.
Eagles Nest Ministries is a registered NGO operating in Uganda. Its Mission is to uplift the people of East Africa by providing Education, Medical services, and Bible teaching. The main focus of the ministry is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We do this by ministering in three areas: Education Eagles Nest Ministries oversees four schools that bear its name. Eagles Nest Primary School (Kampala) Eagles Nest Primary School (Nakalanda) Eagles Nest Primary School (Apac) Eagles Nest Secondary School (Kampala) Medical Care Eagles nest Medical Center (Nakalanda Project) Bible Teaching Eagles Nest Ministries currently has over 300 hundred churches all over Uganda Its main Church is Based in Kampala near Eagles nest Primary School Pastor Ricky Dodzweit is currently a minister on Light House Television Uganda


Box 842 Masaka, Uganda East Africa , .
Contact Phones : +011-256-793-180-685 ,.
Bill and Ann Peckham are the founders of Eagles Wings Children’s Village. Prior to retiring in 1999, Bill taught school in the province of Manitoba, Canada. His first year of teaching was at Margaret Barbour Collegiate in The Pas. Then, for nearly 20 years, he taught at Nelson McIntyre Collegiate in Winnipeg. During this time, Ann worked for Motor Coach Industries in the office in Winnipeg. After completing his Masters Degree in Education Administration, Bill worked as Principal of the Berens River School for four years and then, for the next six years, he worked in the Resource Department with the Special Education program in Ebb and Flow School. When Bill retired from teaching, Bill and Ann settled into Bill’s family home in Gilbert Plains where he had been raised. The couple attended Parkside Gospel Church, south of Dauphin, Manitoba, where they served on the Missions Committee. During the summer of 2000, they spent a month in Amsterdam, serving as volunteer stewards at a Bill

East Africa Baptist College

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : .,+ 256772537649
Web Address
The history of East Africa Baptist College actually goes back to 1999 when the Lord laid upon the heart of Pastor James Pridgen to start a Bible College for the purpose of training Pastors and Church Leaders. At that time Pastor James and Mrs. Cheryl were living and ministering in the town of Mbarara. Then after much prayer it was decided that the Lord wanted them to move to Kampala. After arriving in Kampala they started Gospel Light Independent Baptist Church. The Lord blessed the church and people were saved and baptized. During this time Pastor James continued to pray for the Lord’s leading and guidance concerning the Bible College. During the early years of the Church they had to rent several rooms at what is now New Castle High School. In 2004 they started Gospel Light Baptist Institute in order to help train their church members. Then the Lord helped the church to get the current property where we are now located. God’s provision was truly miraculous. Many people sa


P.O Box 5945, Kampala, Uganda, .Sebowa road, ntinda Kiwatule
Contact Phones : +256 752016457,.+256 200906823
EACAS is dedicated to empowering individuals, families and communities free from alcohol misuse, drugs and problem gambling were persons affected are rehabilitated and integrated in to the society to live a dignified and productive life. All our services offered are confidential and we understand the sensitive nature of our care and value your right to privacy. Our services are provided from a harm reduction perspective which focuses on enhancing your health and well-being by preventing or reducing Addiction, skill training and community sensitization. Our treatment programs include Bio, Psycho and Social therapies; all tailored to individual needs.


PO BOX 1627 Jinja , .
Contact Phones : +256 0706930902,.
East African Playgrounds is a UK registered charity and international NGO, focused on East Africa, primarily Uganda. Children need to play to access their childhood, allowing them to gain all the developmental benefits that play has to offer giving them the tools for future success. East African Playgrounds strives to ensure every child can access their right to a childhood and that no youth is left without the skills to develop. East African Playgrounds take an innovative child-centred approach to education and use the power of play to transform the lives of children through their play programs. Working with disadvantaged young adults, lacking formal education, East African Playgrounds provide apprentice programs to develop young people’s skills, knowledge and experience to enter the work place with a trade, skill and greater confidence. A dynamic, fast growing charity that in the past 10 years have become the leading play-based charity in East Africa, resulting in their i


P.O Box 34420 Kampala – UGANDA, .
Contact Phones : +256-414-699623,.
Web Address
Eastern and Southern Africa Small-scale Farmers’ Forum (ESAFF) was formed in 2002 during the World Summit on Sustainable Agriculture which was being held in Johannesburg, South Africa by small-scale farmers. The main aim was to make small-scale farmers, pastoralists and fisher folk, who are central to sustainable natural resource management and development more visible. Eastern and Southern Africa Small-scale Farmers’ Forum (ESAFF) was operationalised in Uganda in 2008 as a direct response to the need to create a regional Forum to bring together small scale farmers into a farmer-led advocacy movement to influence policies and practices at global, continental, regional, national and local levels. ESAFF Uganda is a small scale farmer-led advocacy movement formed to facilitate processes through which small scale farmers’ development concerns can be solicited, articulated and ultimately addressed through policies and programs. ESAFF Uganda focuses on advancing economic empowerment, agroeco

Ebenezer Learning Centre

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +305-443-2431,.
Ebenezer Learning Center first opened in 1968 as a ministry of the already established Ebenezer Free Will Baptist Church. Our center was among the first day care centers in our city led by a Spanish speaking church established by the Cubans fleeing the Communist government. Many families seeking a safe place to receive care for their children found then what many families still are able to find today. We were first established in the Little Havana area (349 SW 12 Street) and remained there until 1995. We opened our center here in LeJuene in 1988. Ebenezer learning Center continues to offer excellent care and Christian education to families in our community. Thank you for considering us the place where your little ones will grow and learn in their first formative years.


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.


P.O BOX 29940, Kampala-Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 414 666 776 ,.
Ecological Trends Alliance is a registered National Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Uganda. The Organisation started its operation in 2011 as a company Limited by guarantee. As a requirement of the registration of NGO Act 2016, it required that such company is incorporated then be registered with the National bureau for Non-Governmental Organisation. The renewal of the permits under the Act follows a five-year cycle. The Organisation prepares to celebrate its first decade in operation on 15th April 2021. Over the past Seven years, the Organisation has implemented a number of programmes, projects and studies in the areas of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development working with national, multinational and international companies and organisations. This included research covering Environmental and Social Impact Assessments, biodiversity assessment and Offset valuation, camera trapping and wildlife telemetry, site assessments for tourism potential and other biologica


Design Hub, 5th street industrial Area, Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : +256 785610610 ,.
Web Address
Ediqas is an educational foundation that offers test preparation and admissions counselling to students who wish to pursue Bachelors and Masters level studies at leading Universities in the US, Canada, Denmark, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Sweden, France, Germany, Ireland, the UAE, Malaysia and India here in Uganda. We provide intensive training and test preparation for the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test for Bachelors degree) and the GRE (General Records Examination for Masters degrees). The tests measure your ability to succeed in a rigorous academic environment. Success in the test provides a path to financial support, scholarship and a career on the global stage. Enrolled students are interested in pursuing further studies in Business, Information Technology and Computer Science, Medicine, Public Health, Public Policy, Engineering, Finance, International Development and Education.

Edith's Home

Kampala, Uganda., .
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The Edith's Home Project works with total HIV/AIDS orphans in the community of Ngora, a small town in the Teso region of Uganda. Because of very limited resources, these children are put to the "bottom of the pile" in an already strained family situation. Edith's Home provide sponsorship of school fees and vocational training for orphans and support them psychologically and spiritually. More recently we have extend our work to supporting orphans with no family support (child headed families). We are helping them to gain independence by set up micro enterprise initiatives to help sustain the project: food storage, farming, business loan schemes and office services. The project began in 2004 and at present supports over 250 orphans in three separate projects. The charity is a partnership between various Christian groups in the UK and in Uganda. On the UK side we support the work by listening, funding, praying, encouraging, visiting, and helping them to design programs to achieve th


Plot 140, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road, Makerere Kikoni, .
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Who we are The journey The incredible journey of Bless A Child Foundation began very unexpectedly. Brian, the Founder and CEO, is a clown. In 2007 he was invited to do a children’s party at the paediatric wing of the Uganda Cancer Institute in Mulago national referral hospital. He saw very sick children with large tumors in overcrowded wards, and sharing sleeping mats with their caregivers on the hospital verandas. It was a sight that moved him to tears. Children were contracting malaria and other diseases because of living in the open, and many were dying from the toxicity of the cancer medication because of poor nutrition. Most of the caregivers of the sick children ended up sleeping on the verandas of Mulago hospital as they waited for their next appointment because they could not afford to make the frequent back-and-forth trips from their villages. Brian named the subsequent parties “Smile Again” because this was the only time during the year that the children would not f


Plot 3271, Kansanga, Off Ggaba Road. , .
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Education Local Expertise Center Uganda (ELECU) is a local NGO founded in 2009 by the Edukans Foundation Netherlands as ‘a Local Expertise Center’ to coordinate and support Education activities in Uganda. In 2010 ELECU was registered as an NGO and began operating independently with systems, policy, staff and board of directors. ELECU works closely with field level Ugandan organisations while building their capacity to implement programmes and projects. In addition ELECU independently implemented field activities especially the teacher effectiveness and active learning model. ELECU is therefore a fully functional and independent local NGO. ELECU focus areas of operation include the Northern, Eastern and Western Uganda with the secretariat in Kampala where ELECU engages with National level and field level NGOs. ELECU works with Civil Society Organizations, Government of Uganda, and the private sector. ELECU is a member of the Uganda National NGO forum, the Forum for Education NGOs in