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African Palliative Care Association

P. O. Box 72518 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 95, Dr Gibbons Road, Makindye Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 393 264 978,+256 393 264 978

Driven by a profound desire to reduce unnecessary pain and suffering from life-limiting illnesses across Africa, African Palliative Care Association (APCA) was formally founded in Tanzania in 2004. We work collaboratively with existing and potential providers of palliative care services to help expand service provision (although we don't provide direct clinical care to people living with progressive, life-limiting illnesses). We also work with governments and policymakers to ensure the optimum policy and regulatory framework exists for the development of palliative care across Africa. APCA was established after a meeting in Cape Town in 2002 of 28 palliative care trainers from across Africa. The group produced the Cape Town Declaration, which holds palliative care and pain and symptom control as a human right for every adult and child with life-limiting illnesses. In addition, such care should be incorporated into national health care strategies, making it accessible and afford

Agape of Hope Female Youth Development Association

Uganda, P.O Box 507, Kikonzo Zone Kasese Municipality, Kasese
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 706155606,+256 782252647

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

American Recreation Association

Kampala, Uganda, Plot 59, Mobutu Road, Makindye Hill, Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 41 4510290,+256 41 4510290
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The American Recreation Association is one of the most popular family clubs in Kampala.

Our outdoor sports include tennis courts, swimming pool, wading pool, volleyball, basketball, horseshoe pits and children’s playground. The secure environment is ideal for families as children are able to play safely in the large grounds.

We have a 12 roomed guest house with very competitive prices inclusive of breakfast and full use of the Club’s facilities. A business center will cater for all your business needs and we offer broadband connection as well as a wireless Infocom hotspot throughout the Club.

Ankole Coffee Producers Co-operative Union Ltd (ACPCU)

P.O.Box 172 Kabwohe, Bushenyi - Uganda, Kabwohe Town Council, Bushenyi Uganda
Contact Phones : +256-772-461-876,+256-772-461-876
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Ankole Coffee Producers Co-operative Union Ltd (ACPCU) was founded by 10 primary cooperative societies in 2006. It has now grown to cover 20 Primary Cooperative Societies with about 10,000 individual farmers.

We have a rich, proud heritage of growing coffee dating back to our forefathers. But we are now experiencing more extreme weather patterns and our growing populations are putting a strain on the land and natural resources. We are taking positive measures to adapt the way we farm: reducing soil erosion by building terraces and planting trees; boosting soil fertility with nitrogen-fixing plants, mulch, homemade compost and animal manure; and promoting biogas to reduce the need for cutting down trees for firewood for cooking.

Association Francois-Xavier Bagnoud(FXB)

P.O.Box 12233 Bukoto St, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 44, Bukoto Street, Kamwokya, Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 31 2263342,+256(312)263342
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FXB International, also known as Association François-Xavier Bagnoud, is an international development organization aimed at providing support for communities affected by AIDS and poverty. The organization was founded in 1989 by Albina du Boisrouvray.

FXB International is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with over 30 years of experience in breaking the cycle of poverty. Children's rights are at the heart of FXB's actions, and each of its programs is a response to the concrete implementation - in the daily lives of children - of their rights as defined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, adopted on November 20, 1989. FXB programs also integrate most of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) to reach the 2030 agenda. 18 million adults and children have already benefited from our programs.

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Uganda(ACCA Uganda)

P.O.BOX 33000, KAMPALA, Plot 14 Parliament Avenue, Jubilee Insurance Building Parliamentary Avenue, Kampala
Contact Phones : +25641-4251 329,+256(414)251328

Are you looking for an international qualification that will improve your job opportunities in chartered accountancy? The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is the largest and fastest-growing international accountancy body with over 300,000 students and members in 160 countries.

Please note that you need to be an ACCA member before registering for an exam.


PO Box 217, Arua, Uganda, Media Office – Sudan Literature Centre CMS Compound Jericho, Mvara Mission
Contact Phones : +254 20 2588999,.
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We are an interdenominational Christian organization based in South Sudan working to transform lives and communities through partnership with the global church, other organizations, and the communities we serve. Working with South Sudanese communities in a dialogue of equals, ACROSS seeks biblical transformation in all sectors. Through training programs and local resources, ACROSS works to understand and engage root causes of problems from the perspective of those affected. A holistic approach, one for the whole person and whole community, is necessary for creating meaningful relationships and authentic change.

Association of Financial Cooperative Professionals (AFCPU)

P.O Box 2215, Kampala Uganda Uganda Cooperative Alliance Ltd Building Plot 47/49 Nkrumah Road, Plot 49, Nasser Nkurumah Link Plaza, 49 Nkrumah Rd, Kampala
Contact Phones : .,+256 701 082611
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Association of Financial Cooperative Professionals (AFCPU) responding to the need of quality Leadership, Governance, Management and policy compliancy issues facing the cooperatives in Uganda.

Association of Real Estate Agents Uganda (AREA)

Contact Phones : +256 705 826 043,+256 784 841 770
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Having been founded on 23rd April 2008, the Association of Real Estate Agents of Uganda (AREA-Uganda) is an umbrella body of real estate agents and managers, real estate professionals and other organizations with interest in the real estate sector. AREA-Uganda was formed to bring real estate agents/managers and others interested in the sector into one body to work collectively towards developing a professional real estate sector in Uganda and creating awareness of its benefits as an engine for economic growth.

Association Of Special Needs Education Teachers in Uganda

P.O BOX 50, Kyambogo-Kampala, Uganda , .
Contact Phones : .,+256 772 681 270
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G. K. Karugu reporting for UNESCO (1988) reports that a Mission on Education was set up to investigate the state of Special Education services in Uganda between 1987/1988. He says that it was recommended among others that Uganda should embark on training Special Education Teachers following the urgent need that was identified then. In response, training of teachers offering Special Education was started at the Institute of Teacher Education Kyambogo (ITEK) in September 1988. The department at ITEK later developed into Uganda National Institute of Special Education (UNISE) which was established with the help of the Government of Denmark. UNISE in 1992 joined other two institutions ie Uganda Polytechnic – Kyambogo (UPK) and Institute of teacher Education -Kyambogo to form what is current Kyambogo University. Since then, Special Needs Education teachers have been trained by Kyambogo University and of late a few other Institutions in the country to an approximate number of 12,000

Association of Tourism Professionals- Uganda Ltd (ATPU)

P.O Box 31230, --
Contact Phones : +256 703 200 573/779 492 ,+256 775 487 280

Automobile Association of Uganda(AAU)

Opp. Golf Course Hotel, Kampala 1459 Uganda, Plot 63 Yusufu Lule Road
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 776 760252, +256 (0) 752 760252,+256 (0) 414 255 917,+256 701 / 782 700013,
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The Automobile Association of Uganda started in the 1950s as a branch of the East African Automobile Drivers Association with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.

The mission of this association is to help all motorists on the road with solutions to motoring related problems.

Bufumbo Organic Farmers Association ( BOFA)

11 km from Mbale Town, Uganda, Jewa Township, Bufumbo sub-county Mbale District Eastern Ug 0256 Mbale
Contact Phones : +256 701 353774,+256 701 353774
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Bufumbo Organic Farmers Association is an association of small holder farmers in Bufumbo sub-county, Mbale District

Central Archdiocesan Province Caritas Association (CAPCA)

P.O. Box 14125, Mengo,Kampala, Uganda, Kampala Archdiocesan Catholic Secretariat Building Plot 1, Stensera Road, Lubaga
Contact Phones : +256 392 112 048,+256 392 112 048
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The Central Archdiocesan Province Caritas Association (CAPCA) is a development arm of the Central Archdiocesan Province comprising six partner organizations also referred to as agencies. The agencies are; Caritas Kampala, Caritas Kasana Luwero (Kasanaensis), Caritas Kiyindi-Mityana, Caritas MADDO, Caritas Lugazi and Tusuubira Women’s Group. Hence CAPCA projects are managed on a consortium basis.

The Central Archdiocesan Province Caritas Association (CAPCA) is a non-profit organization registered in 2006 with a registration number 83056. CAPCA is driven by the desire to improve the social, economic conditions of the poor, marginalized and vulnerable people especially rural women and youth through empowering communities for sustainable livelihoods.

CAPCA implements its interventions without discrimination, based on religion, politics, gender or race. CAPCA has a board of trustees, a board of directors and a team of professionals that are charged with implementing

Central Coffee Farmers Association(CECOFA)

P.O. Box 6255, Kampala – Uganda, Plot 256-414 Bulwanyi, Maya – Masaka Road, Wakiso District, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 772 929680 | +256 755 538318,+256 200 905 781 | +256 703 806 194
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Central Coffee Farmers Association (CECOFA), is a ‘farmer owned‘ organization that brings together coffee farmers from the Central region (Wakiso, Masaka, Luwero and Bukuya, Kibale, Mpigi, Bukuga, Mubende), helping them improve their farming practices, access the international market, and receive free technical training and support in coffee farming.


Next to minister's Village Hotel Ntinda ., Plot 9 off Martyrs way.
Contact Phones : +256 701 599 6781,.
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COFTU is the Central Organisation of Free Trade Unions, Uganda (also known as the Confederation of Free Trade Unions) founded in 2003 at Kampala, Uganda, in East Africa. It became established by an Act of Parliament, the Labour Unions Act, 2006, as a “registered federation” of labour unions under the Act. Section 62(3) of the Labour Unions Act, 2006, provides …“The Central Organisation of Free Trade Unions (COFTU) existing at the commencement of this Act shall continue in existence and shall be deemed to be a registered federation of labour unions under this Act.” COFTU is the most representative National federation of labour unions (National Centre) in Uganda. A total of 40 labour unions are registered in Uganda by the ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development of which 24 are affiliated to COFTU. Activities of COFTU are implemented through the Secretariat located in Kampala and regional offices located in the towns of Hoima, Gulu, Arua, Mbarar

Child and Youth Arise Network Uganda (CYANET)

Kampala, Uganda, Kikulu Zone Kisasi
Contact Phones : +256 702 404010,+256 702 404010

Child and Youth Arise Network Uganda (CYANET) is a registered Community Based Organization that works with the children and youth. Our objectives are: To support orphans and vulnerable children to access formal education. To contribute to the improvement of health status of the young people . To promote information technology to the children and disadvantaged youth. To help children realize and develop their talents.

Christian Community Development Association

Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +(773) 475-7370,.
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Many of us have a deep sense that the world is not as it should be. Broken relationships. Divided communities. Poverty and violence in our neighborhoods . . . The good news is that God longs to work through us to help restore things to the way they were intended to be. In the language of the Old Testament, this wholeness is called shalom—a state where nothing is missing and nothing is broken. The Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) is a network of Christians committed to seeing people and communities wholistically restored. We believe that God wants to restore us not only to right relationships with Himself but also with our own true selves, our families and our communities. Not just spiritually, but emotionally, physically, economically and socially. Not by offering mercy alone, but by undergirding mercy with justice. To this end, we follow Jesus’ example of reconciliation. We go where the brokenness is. We live among the people in some of America’s neediest n


Uganda, Kiwumulo Road, Kamuli – Kireka
Contact Phones : +256 778 300 213,+256 39 288 3408 | +256 702 581 759

The main focus of COWA is to offer skill training, psychosocial support, rehabilitation, reintegration, and job support through industrial placement to youth from difficult social economic backgrounds. COWA’s focus is anchored on addressing the social, cultural, and economic challenges of vulnerable communities through education and training for human development.


To accompany the youth on an educational path with the help of competent educators through relevant life experience and market oriented programmes that enable them discover their-worth thus living their full potential

Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA)

Block 9, Plot 490 Off Makerere Road. (Opp. Law Dev. Centre) Kagugube Zone, .
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 772-508476 / 784-478846,+256 (0) 414-530575 / 414-540189
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Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA) is Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that provides a platform for collective reflection, action and voice to voluntary local associations to advocate for people-centered, accountable and sustainable development in Uganda.

DENIVA was founded in 1988 by 21 Civil Society Organizations as a network of  Ugandan NGOs and Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and has grown to over 700 Member Organizations (MO), located in all regions of Uganda.

Down Syndrome Foundation Uganda (DOSFU)

P.O.Box 24244 Kampala, Kampala, Mbuya Zone 4, Kyalema road, Nakawa Division
Contact Phones : +256-752 417 859, +256-779 761 090,+256 414 220213
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Down Syndrome Foundation Uganda (DOSFU) formally know us The Uganda Down Syndrome Association (TUDSA), is a national NGO based in Uganda with its major goal of Supporting Children with Down Syndrome. 

DOSFU was established in 2005 by a team of Ugandans as it’s’ founder members.  It was duly registered under the Non-Governmental Organisations Registration Statute, 1989 as a local NGO Certificate No. S. 5914/6639 (Formally The Uganda Down Syndrome Association)  in December 2006 and started operation in early 2007. 


Bombo, Luwero, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 776 526716 ,+256 701 526716

Our mission is to rehabilitate, educate, and empower vulnerable children, youth, and minorities in Bombo, Uganda. Bombo is the home of a unique culture (Nubian) and the largest military barracks in Uganda. There is also a slowly developing slum area due to rapid development without clear planning. This community witnessed the Luwero Triangle War that ushered in the current regime of government and the impacts of this war are still visible in this community. Bombo is a one-hour drive from the city center of Kampala. EDA addresses these challenges through three main program areas: OVC Support & Sponsorship, Vocational Education, and Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights. We take a holistic approach to address the needs of vulnerable populations and build their capacity to live healthy, independent lives. Elohim Development Association is a non-governmental organization registered in Uganda and the USA (501(c)3, EIN: 90-0654885).


Kampala - Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 (703) 387-1000,.
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The Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) is the world’s largest, oldest, and most respected membership organization for employee assistance professionals. With members in over 40 countries around the globe, EAPA is the world’s most relied upon source of information and support for and about the employee assistance profession. EAPA publishes the Journal of Employee Assistance, hosts the annual EAP Conference and EXPO, and offers training and other resources to fulfill its mission. EAPA’s mission is to promote the highest standards of EA practice and the continuing development of employee assistance professionals, programs and services. The first organizing meeting for the Association of Labor and Management Administrators and Consultants on Alcoholism (ALMACA) was held in April, 1971, and it was incorporated sometime later that year. The association's name was officially changed to Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) in 1989.

Epilepsy Support Association Uganda(ESAU)

P.O BOX 16260,Wandegeya Kampala, Plot 695,Gombe B Village Off Kayunga-Kinoni-Wakiso Road Wakiso Town Council
Contact Phones : +256(772)450383,+256(414)287700
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ESAU mobilizes people with epilepsy, their parents and guardians to form support groups. Through these groups, persons with epilepsy learn from each other and share experiences on how to positively live with epilepsy. They share problems and challenges and learn from each other how to solve such problems.

Federation Of Uganda Basketball Associations (FUBA)

P.O.Box 7637 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 2-10, Coronation Avenue, MTN Arena Lugogo
Contact Phones : +256393217728,+256393217728
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Federation Of Uganda Basketball Associations (FUBA) An affiliate of the National Council of Sports (NCS) of Uganda, Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) and the Federation of International Basketball (FIBA) In Uganda, FUBA has the mandate to manage and govern all basketball activities in the country. We are Currently running Five (5) different Leagues which include; Men National Basketball League, Women National Basketball League, Division One Men’s League, Division One Women’s League and The Development League.


P.O. Box 22518, Kampala - Uganda, FUFA House, Plot No. 879, Kyadondo Block 8, Mengo Wakaliga Road
Contact Phones : .,+256 414 272 702
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The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) is the governing body of football in Uganda. The association was originally founded in 1924 and has been affiliated with FIFA in 1960 and CAF in 1961. FUFA organises the men's and women's national football teams, and the first and second tiers of national football covering the Ugandan Super League and Ugandan Big League respectively. FUFA also organizes the Ugandan Cup which is the oldest football competition of knockout format having started in 1971.


P.O.Box 345 Lugazi, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 783 610 768,+256 39 2177 131

Health Initiatives Association (HIA) started as a Community Based Organization in July 2012 in Buikwe District. Later on HIA has been registered as a Local NGO on 19th April 2013 by National Board of Non-Governmental Organisation under Registration Number 9826. Health Initiatives Association collaborates with Health Initiatives Association in Slovakia and St. Elizabeth University of Public Health and Social Work in Slovakia. Health Initiatives Association operates in Buikwe District, Kibuku District, Luuka District and Ngora District. However the main activities are conducted in Buikwe District. Buikwe District is a district in the Central Region of Uganda. Buikwe District was created by Act of Parliament and it commenced operations on 1st July 2009. Buikwe District as a part of Central 2 region can be considered according these statistics from Uganda AIDS Indicator Survey 2011. Prevalence of HIV in Central 2 sub region is higher than national prevalence indicator. HIV preval

Hope for Life Katanga

Contact Phones : +256 772 433 957, +256 702 193 550,+44 (0)7999 554996

Hope for Life is a registered Community Based Organisation (CBO) in Katanga, Uganda and is a UK registered charity in the UK (1153897) Katanga is home to approximately 20,000 people, living in wood, mud and brick homes. Slim channels weave between these structures, with lots of small businesses selling fruit and veg, porridge, rice and beans, chapati and omelette; there are gyms, cinemas, mechanics, hairdressers, tailors, bakers and butchers; electrical, clothes and shoe shops, as well as those who make bricks, beds, homes and coffins. We work with some truly inspiring people, making the most of the situations they find themselves in. 

Indian Association Uganda(IAU)

P.O. Box 21138, Kampala, Plot 10/12 Nakasero lane, Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256(772)736444, +256 (71)3 - 340087,+256(414)340087

For More than hundred years Indian Association Uganda leading Uganda’s Indian community and it has enjoyed unrivalled record for peace and its efforts to built cohesive societies

In 1972 the Military Ruler of Uganda H.E. Idi Ameen ordered the expulsion of Indians from Uganda accusing “INDIANS OF MILKING UGANDA’S MONEY”

Since the Indian communities return to the country in the 1980s and 1990s Indian Association Uganda re established and worked hard to build the relationship between Indians and African communities in Uganda through its charitable activities. Indian association Uganda eradicated the Indophobia from the Ugandan African community. Now over 27000 Indians living in Uganda with the peaceful life and both communities are socially and economically helping each other’s and working towards the development of Uganda

And Now Indians have once again become a pillar of the country despite making up less than 1% of the population


PO Box 22199 24-B Lumumba Avenue, Nakasero Lane, DOOR NO. 24-B, LUMUMBA AVENUE, Nakasero Ln, Kampala
Contact Phones : (+256) 759 614 339,+256 755 426909
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Indian Women Association (Estd: 1940) is a registered NGO that has come a long way in protecting and-developing the interest of Women, irrespective of their Caste, creed, or Religion. It is a Voluntary Social Organization that has promoted the welfare and wellbeing thereby improving and enhancing the Status of Women especially by promoting Education, Cultural Unity, and Socialism. The contribution of IWA to society as a whole has been tremendous. From providing Incubators to Hospitals, Sewing Machines to the women to make them self-sufficient, Educational scholarships to the meritorious students, Clothes and Accessories to the Flood Victims. Building Toilets for Girl Students, Sponsoring Heart Surgeries in India to Children, Donating Cycles for Girl Students to commute, Renovating school, Building Maternity Ward, Free Cancer screening camps for women you Name it and IWA has done it.

Institute of Corporate governance of Uganda(ICGU)

P.O. Box 27542, Kampala, Singapore Business Centre- Suite 1-02 Plot 5- Katego Road- Off Kira Road
Contact Phones : +256 414 250237,+256 414 250 239
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The Institute of Corporate Governance of Uganda (ICGU) was incorporated in December 1998 as a company limited by guarantee and was officially launched in October, 2000. It is charged with promoting good corporate governance practices in Uganda as an essential prerequisite for the accountability, integrity and credibility of institutions.


P.O.Box 2122 Kla Uganda. , Karobwa Towers, Last Floor, Nkrumah Road
Contact Phones : .,(+256) 414-251-258

We have a mission of promoting professional Surveying Practices that can enhance the quality of services under the various surveying disciplines in Uganda.

Insurance Brokers Association of Uganda(IBAU)

Lugogo – Jinja Road., IBAU BLOCK UMA Show ground
Contact Phones : +256 414 252 685, +256 414 252 685
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The Insurance Brokers Association of Uganda (IBAU) is a professional umbrella body which was established to ensure professional practices and ethics are maintained and practiced by all member companies as well as to lobby other stake holders for policies and regulations which are internationally acceptable and conducive to both local and international insurance markets.

International Association of Ministries (IAM MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL)

Kampala, Uganda., Alarm Group Hall, UMA Show ground.
Contact Phones : +256 704 520824 ,(+256) 704 520824

International Association of Ministries Is a growing international network of ministers that has recognized the value of ministry relationships and the greater strength that is achieved as we harmonize our gifting. We exist to confirm, strengthen, and encourage fellow ministers in extending the Kingdom of God to the nations.

IAM MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL is a non-denominational indigenous church organization that is fully registered and incorporated as company limited by guarantee since 2012 and registered with the NGO board. With her headquarters in UMA-Showgrounds Kampala; IAM Ministries International has a strong gathering of sister branches within the Buganda, Busoga and Eastern regions.


Kampala, Uganda, Latitude Zero, Mobutu Road, Makindye.
Contact Phones : +256 772-744307,+256 772-744307
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International Centre for Arbitration and Mediation(ICAMEK) Uganda is an appointing authority that was issued with an instrument to appoint Arbitrators and Conciliators by the Minister on 23rd April 2019.

ICAMEK provides dispute resolution services to the Uganda parties and the international business communities who wish to have their disputes resolved outside of the public courtroom.

The Centre is an independent, non-profit company limited by guarantee, It promotes arbitration to the Ugandan business community as an effective alternative to litigation, and Uganda to the world as an Investment hub and a place to conduct international arbitration


P.O Box 28409, Kampala - Uganda, Mk Plaza, Nakivubo Place, Near Cooper Complex, Kampala.
Contact Phones : +256 701 587 815 / +256 774 687 163 / +256 702 210,+256 772 509 276
We Are An Umbrella Organization For Muslim Community Who Have Been In Operations Since 1994. We Aim At Proposing Pilgrimage Through Hijja And Umrah. Our Services Include: Hotel Accommodation In Both Mecca And Madina, Feeding At Mina And Arafat, Ziyarah At Kubbah, Uhudi, Kibulatain And Many More. Call Us Now!

KACITA - Uganda

Plot 16B Market Street, 3rd FLR.Royal Complex
Contact Phones : +256 781 039 451,+256 (0) 414-237 594
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KACITA is a business support association in Uganda, established and registered in 2001. It was formerly known as Kampala City Traders’ Association. It was re-registered in 2009 as KACITA – Uganda in the mandate to cover the whole country. The main aim is to facilitate trade, bring together the business community, and mobilize them into a viable, organized and social sustainable market place.


P. O. Box 53, Budaka, Uganda, East Africa, .
Contact Phones : +256(392)831312 ,+256 39 2831312

Kadama Widows Association is an NGO for health promotion founded in 2002 in Kadama and now operating in Kirika, Kabweri, Budaka, Pallisa, Kibuku, Kagumu and Namukaluke. The project begun with 50 women living HIV/AIDS in Kadama empowered to become more assertive and live longer and healthier lives. We do this by promoting care, support and prevention. We support economic living by providing for 150 families. We provide home based care services, a mobile clinic, peer support meetings, skills building and vocational training skills. Working as a professional organization (which we define as offering unique responses to unique situations).We focus on the theory of change which represents people's understanding of how change happens – the pathways, factors and relationships that bring and sustain change in a particular context.

Kamwokya Youth Dev't Association

-, kamwokya
Contact Phones : +256704538616,+256414696761

we are in a business of offering financial services in form of savings and credit facilities


Plot 51/2 Miles Bombo Road, Kawempe Zone A, Wakiso, Uganda, P O. Box 71976 Clock Tower, Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 414 691 182,+256 752 368 332

Kawempe Youth Development Association (KYDA) was formed in 2001 to perform activities that are beneficial to children, young people and other concerned adults (care givers) through mass media, community and person-to-person communication. It began with three staff and currently has 10 full-time staff and 12 volunteers excluding interns who assist in the daily running of the programme and two international volunteers from Finland. It was formed by 10 Makerere University graduates who were from the disciplines of Social Work, Commerce, Social Sciences, Information Technology and Medicine. KYDA started as a ”friend in need” organization locally known as “Munno Mukabi” and it was well known by local council leaders for its child friendly efforts in uplifting the welfare of the street children of Kawempe Division and Youth. It would emphasize small income generating activities like brick laying, poultry keeping, games and sports, piggery, apiary and small scale ca

Lango Development Forum

MASSCO Building, Pool Road, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 312 517 507,+256 312 517 507

Lango Development Forum (LDF) was incorporated in Uganda in February 2003. It is a not-for-profit and non–partisan member-based organization affiliated to the Lango Community Association - Kampala Areas. It nevertheless runs its affairs independently. It runs community development projects through support and in partnership with various individuals and reputable organisations that share its vision. Over the years, LDF has worked with and / or received direct and indirect support to run its activities from the following organisations: Uganda Telecommunications Limited, MTN Foundation, District Local Governments of Lango sub-region, media houses, administrators, teachers and students of various schools in Kampala, Wakiso and districts in the Lango sub-region. It is therefore recognised by the government of Uganda, the private sector and international organisations.


Plot 10, Kole Road, Lira District, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 772 004 725,+256 393 217 126
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LANGO YOUTH DEVELOPMENT NETWORK (LAYDNET) UGANDA; Started as a Community-Based Organisation (CBO) in 2008, now operating as a National Non-governmental, Non-Political, Not-for-profit Organisation with a strong governing Board and management. It is a youth focus development organization that leads a web of over 350 youth/women groups, majorly in the Lango sub-region. LAYDNET’s thematic areas include; Promotion of Health Services, Environmental Conservation and Sustainability, Human Rights, Good Governance, agribusiness, Agriculture, and Livelihoods. LAYDNET was set up by groups of girls from the nine districts and a city in the Lango Sub-Region namely of Lira, Kole, Oyam, Kwania, Dokolo, Amolatar, Otuke, Alebtong, Apac and Lira City has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the entire eight districts. It aims at enhancing health and improving agricultural production and productivity, livelihoods of individual youth and community members that will work towards building their


Plot No.12, Bulolo Rd, Iganga Municipal Council, Uganda, P.O.Box 93 Iganga Uganda
Contact Phones : +256786219290,+256703929371, 256757215557

MULTI-PURPOSE TRAINING AND COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT ASSOCIATION(M.T.C.E.A) is an independent Non-Govermental Organization (NGO) founded in 1986 and registered with the NGO registration Bureau Ministry of Internal Affairs under Reg. No. INDR13468293NB and Permit number INDP000293NB. Its aim is to help assist Ugandan communities and restore hope for poor and vulnerable people in our country.The organization was formed by a group of passionate and committed locals with a focus on training and empowering communities, hence improving socio–economic standards. Projects include developing sustainable agriculture, water and sanitation, human rights, health and education, adult literacy, entrepreneurship skills and environmental awareness. The main objectives were to create employment opportunities and alleviate poverty in Busoga region of Uganda.MTCEA is a membership organization with over 100 groups spread throughout its areas of operation. The organization has its head offices in Igang

Mwangwe Rural Development Association

., Kamuzinda
Contact Phones : 256-752 646653,254-41-230385

The Mission of Mwangwe Rural Development Association is:To mobilize the rural community of Uganda to fight poverty and hunger through progressive agriculture and saving for investment.

National Arts and Cultural Crafts Association of Uganda (NACCAU)

P.O Box 37480, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 4/6 Dewinton Road,Next to The National Theatre
Contact Phones : +256 704 614 035,+256 772 963 671
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National Arts and Cultural Crafts Association of Uganda (NACCAU) was established in 2003 to promote, preserve and transform Uganda’s Tourism industry and traditional culture through partnering with producers of and dealers in visual arts and crafts. NACCAU buys products from member producers and sells them domestically and internationally at their National Arts and Crafts Village located next to the National Theatre on plot 4/6 Dewinton road. By so doing, the association advertises and promotes Uganda’s rich cultural heritage while at the same time empowering economically its members and other stakeholders among whom are disadvantaged people.

National Association for Women's Action in Development (NAWAD)

P.O BOX 106555, Kampala-Uganda, Plot 9642; block 267 Dundu, Bwebajja Entebbe road.
Contact Phones : +256-751135086,+256-783920331
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Established in 2009, NAWAD is a voluntary, non-government women’s rights organization that empowers women and girls to achieve social justice, economic stability, and sustainable management of their environment. NAWAD focuses on family and supports grassroots women and girls to develop local alternatives to climate change through ecofeminism , circular local economies,, and renewable energy and enhances their capacity to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls.


P. O. Box 29909 Kampala, Uganda, 10 km from Kampala City, after Zana Roundabout, 200m off Entebbe Road Plot 7138 Entebbe Road, Block 256, Zana
Contact Phones : +256 772 492362,+256 414 530181
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The National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE) is an action organization committed to sustainable solutions to Uganda,s most challenging environmental and economic growth problems. We monitor government actions, conduct research, provide educational materials, develop science-based strategies, organize affected communities, make common cause with other civil society organisations and international organizations, and engage government officials at all levels. It is an ambitious undertaking, but as lifelong Ugandans we cannot ignore what is happening to our precious homeland. While we stand ready to work with anyone committed to the public interest, we also will not allow powerful political or special interests to intimidate or silence us. We have done so since our founding in 1997. We choose our actions carefully to use our skills and resources most effectively, addressing our most urgent challenges first, and expand our impact by involving like-minded organs.

National Association of Women’s Organisations in Uganda (NAWOU)

P.O.Box 1663, Kampala Uganda, Plot 1 Coronation Rd , Bakuli Old Kampala, off Hoima Road
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 752 213203 or 780 2578961,+256 (0) 414 258463
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The National Association of Women’s Organisations in Uganda (NAWOU) is an umbrella organisation of women founded and women led organisations that registered as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in 1993. Its membership category is District Networks, which are clusters of women’s Community Based Organisations (CBOs), Faith Based Organisations (FBOs) and NGOs, national NGOs, nationally registered FBOs and women’s professional bodies. NAWOU is one of the most grounded women’s organisations in Uganda as its members can be found across the country. NAWOU is also one of the oldest Ugandan women’s organisations as it was originally founded as the National Council for Women in the 1960’s.

National Book Trust of Uganda (NABOTU)

P.O.Box 25412, Kampala, Plot 55 Nkrumah Road Fountain House
Contact Phones : .,+256(414)235264
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The National Book Trust of Uganda (NABOTU), founded in 1997, is a non-government organization that brings together associations and institutions within Uganda’s book sector to promote authorship, publishing and a culture of reading in Uganda.

National Organisation of Trade Unions(NOTU)

P. O. Box 2150, Kampala – Uganda., Plot 64, Ntinda Road, Kampala
Contact Phones : 256 414 288 592,256 414 256295
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The National Organisation of Trade Unions (NOTU) was established by Decree No. 29 of 1973. It is the most representative Labour Centre in Uganda with Twenty labour union affiliates. NOTU is a non-profit labour organization that represents millions of Ugandan workers. We work with labour unions and community groups in all districts of Uganda.

National Outdoor Advertiser's and Contractor's Association (NOACA)

P.O. Box 24506 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 4B Malcolm X Kololo, Kampala
Contact Phones : +256-414-237-111,+256 414 237 111
Web Address

National Outdoor Advertiser's and Contractor's Association On realizing a need to form a united forum in order to effectively advance their common interests in the Outdoor Advertising Industry, in 1997 advertising firms pioneered and officially registered the Association, so as to enhance and promote a smooth and an efficient advertising industry in Uganda.

With over 41 companies subscribing membership National Outdoor Advertising Contractor’s Association (NOACA) is an umbrella that bring together firms practicing Outdoor Advertising business in Uganda.


P.0 BOX 177-HOIMA, UGANDA, Kasingo Ward, Mpaija Cell, Kahoora Division, Hoima City
Contact Phones : +256 774055126/ +256 774635606,+256 775704014
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Navigators of Development Association (NAVODA) is an indigenous Non-Governmental, Natural Resources, Environmental and Bio-diversity Conserving Organization operating in the Albertine region aimed at promoting Conservation and Good Governance; Mainstream Environment and Natural resources in Development, promoting  Transparency and Accountability Advocacy Campaigns, Human rights protection and promotion advocacy Access to Justice, Partnership and Networking. It empowers and sensitises the communities on the benefits of conserving the Natural Resources, land and Human Rights advocacy. It encourages the citizen to demand for the Good Governance, Transparency and accountability on Natural Resources in the extractive industry.

Ngoma Aid Foundation

Box 16403, Wandegeya, Kampala, 256, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256 772 445180,+256 772 445 180

Ngoma Aid Foundation (NAF) is a non-political and a not-for-profit community development focused, Community Based Organisation. It was established in 2008 and is registered with Ntungamo District Local Government – Uganda Misión: To promote and bring about amicable change, emphasize togetherness and co-operation amongst individuals in order to bring about a positive transformation of the community and as a result reducing ignorance, poverty levels, conflicts and corruption within the society, as well as introducing a healthy and manageable society within a state, and ensuring sustainable environmental management.

Ntulume Village Women Development Association (NVIWODA)

Uganda, P.O Box 2407, Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256(0) 772 452965, +256(0) 701471712,+256(0)742078637
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Ntulume Village Women Development Association (NVIWODA) is a non-governmental organization that equips women with entrepreneurship skills and capacity building for sustainable livelihoods. We promote family incomes at the grassroots through education. It started in 1987 and was registered as a Non- Governmental Organization (NGO) in June 1991- Reg.S.5914/404) Its membership is composed of individual members and Community Based Women groups (CBO’S) found in 10 Districts of Uganda. In 1987, the women living in Ntulume Village in Namirembe/Bakuli Parish, Lubaga Division- Kampala District, established –Ntulume Village Women Development Association (NVIWODA) to advance women empowerment at both semi-urban and rural areas of Uganda, who did not have an opportunity to access development knowledge and information. NVIWODA is one of Ugandan women’s organizations that originally founded as a CBO in the 80’s, and in its success it has covered a 32 Year Journey.


Uganda, Block 383, Plot 8804 Kitende – Entebbe Road
Contact Phones : 0800399100,+256 39 2080713
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Palliative Care Association Of Uganda Formally established in 1999 and registered as a professional and National NGO in 2003, PCAU was formed to support and promote the development of palliative care and palliative care professionals in Uganda. It is made up of professionals and volunteers from all over Uganda with an interest in palliative care. Association members share palliative care experience and knowledge, thereby promoting effective palliative care. They are a national voice for its development throughout the country.

Public Relations Association of Uganda(PRAU)

Christeve House 29/29A, 3rd Floor, Suite 11 Nkrumah
Contact Phones : -,+256 414 343 171

The Public Relations Association of Uganda (PRAU) is the umbrella public relations body of Uganda. It is affiliated with other regional and global public relations bodies such as the Eastern African Public Relations Association (EAPRA), the African Public Relations Associations (APRA) and the International Public Relations Association (IPRA).


P.O. BOX 110 Kyotera, Rakai District Uganda, East Africa, Rakai Town Council, Rakai District near the district headquarters
Contact Phones : +256-779-140696, +256 772 688508

Rakai Counselor’s Association (RACA) was established as a Community-Based Organization (CBO) in 1993 by volunteer HIV and AIDS Counselors. These were trained by Lutheran World Federation (LWF) to address the high HIV prevalence in the district and to strategically act as entry points to the community. The trained counselors were selected from the three major religious denominations of the Roman Catholics, Anglican and Muslims.

The organization was registered with National NGO Board in December 1999 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and has maintained this status to date. The number of Counselors registered with RACA has increased from 60 in 1995 to 240 in 2020 and these are spread in the two districts of Lyantonde and Rakai where they serve their respective communities   asVolunteer Community Counseling Aides (VCCAs) in accordance with RACA’s Constitution.

Rubaga Youth Development Association

P.O. Box 21167 Kampala Uganda, Buloba 10miles off Mityana road from Kampala
Contact Phones : .,+256 787 361909

RYDA was founded to promote the position of the poor disadvantaged people through assisting them to increase their socio-economic independence. The organisation pays special attention to the youth, women and disadvantaged rural-urban children. RYDA's principal mission is to empower people by equipping them with information skills, and providing them with the opportunities that enhance and strengthen their potential to influence their own development. RYDA runs programmes in Training, Social and Educational Training and Social Work. Within these programmes, health, income generation workshops and seminars, food, security, water and sanitation, among other activities, are addressed. RYDA boasts of its novel approach towards developmental problems, where participation of the people in deciding and influencing their development is central.

Single Parents Association of Uganda (SPAU)

Plot 283 Willis Road, Kampala, P.O.Box 8871 Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +(256) 414 270 564,+256 41 427 0564
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Single Parents Association of Uganda (SPAU) campaigns to achieve equality of opportunities for single parents -both men and women. SPAU supports single parents in Uganda regardless of tribe, race, nationality, gender, or religion. SPAU is concerned with promoting the welfare and development of people in poor single parent families in Uganda. SPAU mobilises single parents into small units called “SPAU groups”, reflective of the various communities in which they originate and also in which SPAU operates. A typical SPAU group consists of between 15-30 members. It is through these groups that SPAU extends support to the single parents and their families. SPAU is a small local non-governmental organisation that has so far survived on a limited budget to achieve most of its goals. The primary objective of the projects that we undertake is to ensure that the poorest and often most disadvantaged single parents and their children live better lives. 


Plot 151/155 Garden Hill, Makerere University Main Campus, Kampala, Uganda, .
Contact Phones : +256417713309; +256312181309,+256312181300
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Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM), was established in 2004, and is a consortium of 129 African universities operating within 38 countries spanning the African continent. See our impact here: RUFORUM works with innovators at the different universities to help them develop their ideas into commercial ventures. The SME hub will enable these and other African innovators and entrepreneurs professionally grow their ideas into businesses, with access to free business management tools, mentors, investors as well as provide information and accept available start up competitions run by RUFORUM. Visit the RUFORUM website here

Soroti Development Association & NGOs Network – SODANN

Plot 23, Harridas Road, Northern Division, Soroti Municipality, PO Box 240, Soroti. Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 45 446 1528,+256 772 557 981
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Soroti Development Association & NGOs Network (SODANN) was formed in 1994 out of a need to establish a development organization that carters for the information, capacity building and networking needs of the ever increasing numbers of civil society organizations in Soroti district. SODANN was the first CSO District Network to be born in Uganda. At the time of forming SODANN, Uganda was planning to decentralize its administration and service delivery. Today what was Soroti district has been split into five districts namely Soroti, Kaberamaido, Amuria, Katakwi and Serere that comprise of Teso region. Since its inception SODANN ably executed the following programme areas: CSO networking, NGO capacity building, human rights protection and advocacy plus empowering citizens to be active in local democracy and good governance. SODANN has grown from a small membership of 51 CSOs to 131 members in 2015. SODANN was also formed to organise and enable the collective voice of civil society

Teso Enterprise Consulting and Marketing Association (TECOMA)

P.O Box 164, Soroti Uganda, Plot 4, Eyoku Road, Senior Quarters, Western Division Soroti Municipality
Contact Phones : +256 778 128 168 , +256 779 650 805
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Teso Enterprise Consulting and Marketing Association (TECOMA) is a non-profit, non-political and non-sectarian development organization dedicated to working with men, women, youth and children among the rural households to enhance the improvement of their socioeconomic livelihoods. Inspired by the high poverty levels in the rural households in Teso, TECOMA is dedicated to working for improvement of the livelihood of the rural communities through empowering and building their potential to respond to their needs. TECOMA places communities at the heart of her work. TECOMA helps communities take control of their own development, demanding efficient and effective service delivery. TECOMA sees its relationship with the communities as a partnership that creates opportunity to adapt, improve, and sustain all development initiatives of the local communities themselves. Projects in TECOMA are designed in close consultation with the communities it works with..


Uganda, Plot 653, Block 06, Awasi, Arapai Sub county Soroti District
Contact Phones : +256 783 893 870,+256 800 112 110
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THE ASSOCIATION FOR REHABILITATION AND REORIENTATION OF WOMEN FOR DEVELOPMENT (TERREWODE)  has created a strong grassroots movement which has been utilized to empower women and girls in rural areas especially on maternal health and sexual and reproductive health rights. We have restored the dignity of victims of obstetric fistula, a neglected maternal health issue by helping them access free treatment services and there after reintegrating them back in their communities.

The Association of Anesthesiologists of Uganda (AAU)

Kampala, Uganda, ynaecologists House, Bukoto, Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 (0) 800 334488,+256 414 664193

The Association of Anesthesiologists of Uganda (AAU) is a registered company limited by guarantee incorporated in 2014 under the Companies Act of Uganda Act No. 1 of 2012. Uganda. We are a professional association comprised of expert clinicians, innovative educators and outstanding researchers who continually seek to advance the frontiers of Anaesthesia and Critical Care and provide outstanding care to our patients despite working in a “struggling environment’’.

The Association and its members lead in the provision of clinical care and in fact do look after patients who are critically ill or require expert pain management.

AAU was formed to bring together practising anesthesiologists to advocate for better work conditions and higher standards of practice for anesthesiologists operating in Uganda, a country where the practice of anesthesiology is just taking root with many people especially the general public not having well-defined knowledge..

The Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA)

P.O. BOX 22546, KAMPALA, .
Contact Phones : .,+256 714 023 580
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The Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA) is a Christian umbrella organization, representing National Evangelical Fellowships in all Africa.

The membership also includes international Christian Non-Governmental Organizations or development and missionary agencies based in Africa.

Founded in 1966, AEA Headquarters is in Nairobi, Kenya where it is registered as Charitable Christian organization (society).

AEA currently comprises 40 National Evangelical Fellowships as full members and continues to work in the remaining countries to bring churches together for a fully fledged National Fellowship.

AEA is one of the regional associations of the global evangelical movement—World Evangelical Alliance (WEA).

The Association of Fishers and Lake Users of Uganda (AFALU)

Uganda, P.O.Box 32384 Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 752 943582,+256 701 049621,+256 414 290 710
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The Association of Fishers and Lake Users of Uganda (AFALU) is a non government organization formed in 2002 by fishermen with a common objective/goal. AFALU is an umbrella organization for all fishermen, fish dealers/ traders and fish input dealers in Uganda. It’s an association formed by fishermen to promote the wellbeing of the local fisherman through promoting sustainable fishing practices. To protect the Lakes and rivers from over exploitation through illegal fishing and trading in immature fish, the association engages in;. Sensitization of fisher folks about the dangers of using illegal fishing gears that catch immature fish We work with other technical people to regulate illegal fishing We sensitize fisher folks about the dangers of trading in immature fish We work with experts/resource persons to sensitize the fisher folks about saving/ investing in other businesses for them to have alternative incomes Working in collaboration with health care..

The Association of Microfinance Institutions of Uganda(AMFIU)

P.O Box 26056 Kampala, Uganda, Plot 679, Wamala Road, Kampala
Contact Phones : +256 41 4259176,+256(414)259176
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Association of Micro-finance Institutions in Uganda (AMFIU)is the network association of micro-finance institutions and other stakeholders in the country. It aims mainly at further developing the micro-finance industry through information dissemination, industry lobby, promotion of sound practices among practitioners and industry cohesion. After realizing that there were bits and pieces of information in various places/ documents on the sound practices against which micro finance institutions could benchmark their performance, AMFIU contracted FRIENDS’ Consult Ltd (FCL) in January 2004 to interview stakeholders, assemble data, articulate and comprehensively document “Sound Practices” in the micro-finance industry.

The Association of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Uganda (AOGU)

P.O Box 11966, Kampala, Block 213, Plot 608, Sserumaga Road, Bukoto I, Kalonda Zone, Kampala-Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 703 215014,+256 393 215014
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The Association of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Uganda (AOGU) is a registered non-profit, professional organization with a mandate to promote professionalism, undertake research, represent its members at local, regional, international level and champion Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights of the people in the region.

The Association of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Uganda (AOGU) began over 25 years ago, when a small group of obstetricians began to realize that professionals in their discipline were very separated and that it would be more beneficial to group together and work as a team.This group wanted to create a space where health professionals could exchange knowledge and in the year 1985 AOGU was formed as a professional association. AOGU started as a small association where members gathered to discuss the work that each one was doing. 

The Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO)

2nd Floor, Room 15, Capital Shoppers Building, Nakawa
Contact Phones : +256 702 542 599,+256 414 542 599
Web Address

The Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) is Uganda’s leading tourism trade association, representing the interests of the country’s leading and experienced professional tour operators. Members offer a range of services, which can be broadly divided into the following categories: Special interest safaris Air safaris Incentive travel group safaris Custom safaris for individual travellers Camping safaris (luxury & budget)

The Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises-Uganda (FSME)

Uganda, Plot 43 - Stretcher Road, Ntinda Kampala, Uganda
Contact Phones : +256 434 132 814 ,+256 774 147 864
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The Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises-Uganda (FSME) was established as an umbrella association for Small and Medium Enterprises in Uganda to play a pivotal role in creating a robust and conducive business environment for small and medium businesses in Uganda. It is a not-for-profit membership association for Small and Medium Enterprises in Uganda registered as a company limited by guarantee in 2017. However, it was pioneered by a group of entrepreneurs in 1990 and has grown from strength to strength. Presently, it has an excess of 25,000 members nationwide. What makes our association unique, is our independence from Government, special interest groups and big business. We only speak for the SME owners, whose interests we represent. That is why our Board of Directors is made up of SME owners/managers from all over the country. The federation works with both the public and private sectors to ensure that there is a conducive and fair environment for running Small

The Uganda Association of External Recruitment Agencies (UAERA)

Kampala, Uganda, BMK House Suite, 411, Plot 4,Nyabong Road, Kololo.
Contact Phones : +256 200908792,+256788 708000
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The Uganda Association of External Recruitment Agencies (UAERA) started in 2013. Currently it has a membership of 219 members as per 27th June 2022. We an umbrella of agencies professionally working together to spur growth of external recruitment in Uganda. UAERA regulates and monitors the activities of member agencies together with Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, which is our regulating body that ensures every company is licensed to externalize labour.

Our member agencies source job opportunities from all over the world. The major destination countries are in the Middle East, where the economies are sustainable and therefore creating jobs.

The Uganda Association of Private Vocational Institutions (UGAPRIVI)

P. O. Box 27305 Kampala – Uganda, Plot No 1218, Kisosonkole Close, off Kabaka Anjagala Road Opposite KCCA Rubaga Division offices. West of Kampala City
Contact Phones : +256 775 414132, +256 772 484739,+256 775 414115
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The Uganda Association of Private Vocational Institutions (UGAPRIVI) is an umbrella organization for Private Vocational Training Institutions in Uganda. It was established in the year 1998 and registered as a Non- Governmental Organization in the year 2000 under the NGO Statute 1989, on Registration No. S.5914/3350. The Uganda Association of Private Vocational Institutions (UGAPRIVI) was formed to improve the quality and the image of private vocational institutions in Uganda, and to strengthen Business, Technical, Vocational Education and Training BTVET sector as a whole. Its main aim is to foster collaboration between private training institutions and to improve, not just the standards of the training provided, but also its relevance for the actual employment market. UGAPRIVI is a national organization with eight (8) regional offices covering all districts of the country. This ensures that poorer and structurally weaker areas are not left out of the initiative.

The Uganda Association of Travel Agents (TUGATA)

P.O Box 24438 Kampala. , Colvile Street, Shumuk House (former blacklines house) 1st Floor unit 61
Contact Phones : +256 712 984208,+256 393 105 382
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TUGATA was registered in May 1999 with 5 founder members. Today we are over 100 registered members of the Association, which is a reflection of how mature the Travel Industry has grown. The Association further established a Secretariat in 2006 to better coordinate its activities. Today, TUGATA has a fully-fledged Secretariat manned by permanent staff.


Contact Phones : 0777 912 680,0702 623 904
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Uganda Business Process Outsourcing Association (UBPOA), is an umbrella association for the BPO/ITES Industry in Uganda. UBPOA serves as an advocacy platform for the Industry.

With approximately 60 Industry companies registered as members, UBPOA plays a pivotal role in implementing sustained growth for the BPO/ITES Industry in Uganda.
The UBPOA was established to promote, nurture and support the BPO sector in Uganda and;


    Plot 30 Rashid Khamis Road, P.O., Box 2922, Kampala (Uganda)
    Contact Phones : +256-41-4236907 ,+256-41-4343 265
    Web Address

    Uganda Change Agent Association (UCAA) is a nationwide indigenous Association of rural men and women, mainly volunteer development workers, who are committed to propagation of the self-reliant participatory development methodologies.

    UCAA was established in 1992 by 75 Ugandans (change agents, development workers) who had undergone The Change Agent Training conducted by Quaker Service Norway (QSN). It was registered as an NGO on 11th October 1993 under registration number S5914/646 that has been renewed regularly as required by the law. The Association is also registered as a non-profit limited liability company under the Uganda Companies Act.

    Uganda Change Agents Association (UCAA) was founded in 1992 by 75 Ugandans (change agents, development workers) who had undergone The Change Agent Training conducted by Quaker Service Norway (QSN). To date, UCAA has a membership of over 4,000 trained Change Agents who have organized themselves into 230 branches throughout Uganda

    The Uganda Flowers Exporters Association (UFEA)

    P.O. Box 29558 Kampala, Plot 52 | Airline House Complex | Sebugwawo Drive, Entebbe
    Contact Phones : +256 (312) - 263321 , +256 772 906 198
    Web Address

    The Uganda Flowers Exporters Association (UFEA), a nonprofit organization was established in 1993 as an umbrella organization bringing together growers and exporters of flowers in Uganda. UFEA provides business development services to its members and it is through the Association that efforts to influence government policies that affect the industry are lobbied and advocated for. Membership is open to companies whose main activity is growing and exporting of flowers. Currently, membership consists of 14 flower farms. The flower industry is the third leading non–traditional export sector and the 7th largest export earner in Uganda. 

    The Uganda Pediatric Association (UPA)

    P.O.Box 7072, Kampala-UG , Department of Paediatrics and Child Health School of Medicine College of Health Sciences, Kampala.
    Contact Phones : +256 779 639566,+256 772 505643
    Web Address

    The Uganda Pediatric Association (UPA) was founded in 1993 as a body which promotes improved health and welfare of all children in Uganda. Patronage

    The association is under patronage of the minister of health of the Republic of Uganda. The UPA is affiliated with the Uganda Medical Association which is the parent Association

    Uganda Association of Women Lawyers (FIDA Uganda)

    Plot 4 Robert Mugabe Road off Cwha II Mbuya, Kampala, .
    Contact Phones : 0800 0111439, 0800 0111438,+256 414 530 848, +256-800-111-511
    Web Address

    Formed in 1974, the Uganda Association of Women Lawyers (FIDA Uganda) is a membership-based feminist organisation that provides legal aid services through a strategic network of offices reaching into 20 districts across the country. These offices, led by a national-level office in Kampala, are supported by lawyers, FIDA Uganda members, Community Legal Volunteers, and local authorities.

    Since registering as a non-governmental organisation in 1999, FIDA Uganda represents a critical intersection between the promotion of professional development of women in the justice, law, and order sector and the provision of essential services. The organisation is also part of human rights protection, legal aid provision, and NGO networks at the grassroots, national, and international levels.

    Uganda Athletics Federation(UAF)

    Plot 8-10, Entebbe Road,Metropole House, Suite G10, Kampala
    Contact Phones : +256 312 340 342,+256 414 340 342

    Uganda Athletic Federation (UAF) is an IAAF recognised member officially representing Uganda as the national governing body for the sport of Athletics. It is a voluntary, non profiting making body with the mandate of developing and promoting athletics in Uganda in line with the IAAF statutes.


    P.O.Box 8002, Kampala, Plot 2702 Block 244 Nyangweso Road. Off Kironde Road, Tankhill Muyenga
    Contact Phones : .,256) 414 343 199

    Uganda Bankers Association made a constitution signed by all members and was formally registered with the Registrar of Companies in 2002. UBA is registered and operates as an NGO. UBA is recognized in law by BoU Statute of 1993 as a Body to assess and recommend licensed commercial banks to be admitted in the Clearing House.


    C/O P.O. Box 20077, Kampala, Ntinda near Ministers Village
    Contact Phones : +256 702 744092,+256 772422708

    Uganda Baseball and Softball Association (UBASA)  is the body that manages, promote and administers the affairs of Baseball, Softball and Baseball5 in Uganda.

    Uganda Clearing Industry and Forwarding Association (UCIFA)

    Contact Phones : +256- 701-425-919,+256-414-376 007; +256-393-340- 310
    Web Address

    Uganda Clearing Industry and Forwarding Association (UCIFA) is the umbrella and Apex body of all indigenous clearing and forwarding firms in Uganda with a membership of 430 Out of Over 700 Companies Licensed by Uganda Revenue Authority.

    Since UCIFA’s inception in 1971, it has been the largest and oldest indigenous clearing and forwarding membership driven organization in Uganda with branches in Nakawa, Malaba, Busia ,Mbale, Entebbe, Katuna,Mpondwe,Vura,Elegu/Nimule and Mutukula.

    It draws its membership from the entire freight forwarding fraternity and private sector particularly the sector of: warehousing, Transporters, inland container deport, and Import-export Companies, small and medium enterprises

    Uganda Community Tourism Association (UCOTA)

    P.O. Box 27159, Kampala, Uganda, Plot 7A Palm Courts, Lugogo Bypass
    Contact Phones : +256 41 4501866,+256 (0) 772-657700
    Web Address

    Uganda Community Tourism Association (UCOTA) is the official umbrella body that brings together and advocates for the interests of community tourism groups in Uganda to ensure that the local tourist host communities benefit from tourism. Since its inception, UCOTA’s functions and scope of operations have grown tremendously across the country. To date, the association comprises over 70 member groups country wide, representing 2,121 individuals of whom 63% are women. The groups operate small tourism enterprises ranging from Traditional/ basic accommodation, interpretive guiding services and restaurants to craft shops, music dance and drama performances. The impact of the community tourism group enterprises to the livelihoods of the locals is already manifesting through a number of community projects supported by the groups by way of responsible tourism such as construction of clinics, schools, provision of safe water and literacy programs.

    Uganda Cooperative Alliance Ltd

    P.O. Box 2215, Kampala-Uganda, Plot 47/49, Nkrumah Road, Kampala
    Contact Phones : +256 414 258898/4/8 ,.
    Web Address

    Uganda Cooperative Alliance (UCA) Ltd is an umbrella organization for all cooperatives in Uganda established in 1961. It serves as the voice of the cooperative movement both nationally and internationally. UCA also serves as the main cooperative policy advisor for the government, implements various cooperative development projects and is mandated by law to arbitrate and help settle conflicts within the cooperative movement.

    Uganda Cooperative Alliance (UCA) Ltd has been at the fore front of revitalizing the cooperative movement and currently there are over 18,000 registered Cooperatives in Uganda.

    Uganda Fish Processors & Exporters Association (UFPEA)

    Hannington Road, Kampala Uganda., Head Office, Suite 401, 4th Floor, Plot 4, Next to ABSA Bank,
    Contact Phones : +256 (0)414 347 835,+256 414347835
    Web Address

    Uganda Fish Processors & Exporters Association (UFPEA) was founded in 1993 as a non-profit organisation that brings together all industrial fish processors in Uganda. Later it formally registered in 1999 as a Company Limited by Guarantee and not having a share capital.The core business of UFPEA members is processing, value addition and export of fish and fishery products to different destinations that include the European Union which accounts for over 75% of total exports in terms of volume followed by the Middle East, Singapore China, Japan, USA , COMESA and the regional market.UFPEA provides business development services to its members and through the association, efforts are made to advocate for policies that favour the fish sub sector.

    Uganda Fisheries and Fish Conservation Association (UFFCA)

    Kampala, Uganda, .
    Contact Phones : +256 (0)772 603 947,+256 (0)414 540 203

    Uganda Fisheries and Fish Conservation Association (UFFCA), Kampala, Uganda.

    The mission/vision of UFFCA is to have;”well mobilised and organised fishing communities capable of advocating for their interests and human rights and making sound resource management decisions at all levels”. This should help empower community organisations to actively participate in unison, and have collective action and influence on management decisions, and thereafter ensure the protection, sustainable exploitation, utilisation and management of the fishery resource. This is to be achieved through strengthening the capacities(sensitisation, education raising awareness, skills training, group formation, training for savings and income generation, leadership skilss etc.) of the fishers (fish workers and harvesters the majority of whom are the youth)

    Uganda Forex Bureau and Money Remittance Association(UFBMRA)

    P.O. Box 7258, Kampala-Uganda, Uganda Institute of Banking and Financial Services Building, Room 4 Plot 10, Buganda Road
    Contact Phones : +256-792-513014,+256 414-150 198
    Web Address

    The Uganda Forex Bureau and Money Remittance Association is the umbrella Association of forex bureaus and Money Transfer operators in Uganda. A non-profit, non-governmental, member-based organization, the Forex Association was first registered in the names of Uganda Forex Bureau Association as a company limited by guarantee in August 2000. It was officially inaugurated on 27 January 2001 by the Governor of Bank of Uganda.

    Uganda Freight Forwarders Association(UFFA)

    P.O. BOX 28904, Kampala – Uganda, Kanjokya House 2nd Floor, Plot 90/92 Kanjokya Street
    Contact Phones : +256 772 721 085,+256 414 531 670

    Uganda Freight Forwarders Association (UFFA) is an umbrella association of logistics companies in Uganda. Membership includes foreign and local companies involved with freight logistics, including customs clearance, transport, shipping, ICD and warehouse operations. The association has 114 members handling over 90% of Uganda import and exports.


    P.O.BOX 696 Kampala, Plot 99, Buganda Road, Opposite Dstv
    Contact Phones : +256 414 461 671,+256 414 461 671

    The Uganda Girl Guides Association is the national Guiding organization of Uganda.  Founded in 1914, the girls-only organization became a full member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1963.

    Uganda Hotel Owners Association (UHOA)

    P.O.Box 33772 Kampala Uganda, BMK House, 3rd Floor, Suite No.5C Plot 4-5 Nyabong Road, Wampewo Avenue
    Contact Phones : +256 (0) 750 578580,+256 (0) 414 345601

    The Uganda Hotel Owners' Association (UHOA) is a trade and lobbying organisation that includes almost all of the nation's hotels, lodges and camps among its members. UHOA sets high standards for its members and those includes within this publication can all be recommended by our Association, from Kampala's finest five- star property to a more modest guesthouse far away from the capital.

    Uganda Insurers Association (UIA)

    Kampala, Uganda, Plot 24 Acacia Ave, Kampala, Uganda
    Contact Phones : +256(414)230469 / Toll Free: 0 800 105 050,+256(414)50945/6
    Web Address

    Uganda Insurers Association (UIA) was founded in 1965 by Insurance companies to promote the development and expansion of sound Insurance and Re Insurance activities in Uganda.

    We work to advance the interests of insurance and reinsurance companies by adopting a common strategy that encourages and promotes close cooperation, the exchange of business among members, builds on knowledge through research, influences the enactment of favorable legislation and represents the views of membership to Government, quasi – government and Private bodies.

    The Association currently enjoys a thirty (35) company-strong membership. Of these, twenty-one (21) are General (Non-Life) insurance companies, eight (08) are Life Insurance companies,  two (02) micro insurance companies and Four (04) are reinsurance companies.

    Uganda Law Society (ULS)

    P.O. Box 426 Kampala, Plot 610, Buye, Ntinda along Wamala Road off Ntinda-Kisaasi road
    Contact Phones : +256 414 3424 31,+256 414 3424 24
    Web Address

    The Uganda Law Society (ULS) is an association of lawyers charged with ensuring high levels of professionalism among lawyers in Uganda.

    The Mission statement is: To Develop a Skilled and Empowered Legal Profession in Execution of its Statutory Mandate to Foster and Improve Access to and Administration of Justice as well as Good Governance in Uganda.


    The ULS Vision is: To be a Proficient Bar Association in Fostering Access to Justice, the Rule of Law and Good Governance in Uganda.

    Uganda Local Governments Associations(ULGA)

    P.O.BOX 23120, Kampala, Uganda, ULGA HOUSE Kibuga, Block 13, Plot 136 Najjanankumbi, Entebbe Road
    Contact Phones : +256(0)414-347575,+256(0)200908230, +256(0)200908231
    Web Address

    The Uganda Local Governments’ Association (ULGA) is an Association for Local Governments in Uganda. ULGA was formed in 1994 by the District Chairpersons as Uganda Local Authorities Association (ULAA) which was later re-named Uganda Local Governments Association (ULGA). The change in name came as a result of the need to align it to the exiting definition of the Institution of Local Governments as per the applicable policy and legislative framework on decentralization and the Local government system in Uganda. Having been formed in 1994, ULGA has come a long way growing into a strong and formidable advocacy organization due to the support of its Member Local Governments, Development Partners as well as its Patron His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the President of the Republic of Uganda. Today, ULGA boasts of its own home acquired on 30/02/1996 with the support of Members contributions from Danida and DFID. The ULGA House is located at on Plot 136 Najjanankumbi, Entebbe Road

    Uganda Manufacturers Association(UMA)

    P.O Box 6966, Kampala, Uganda, Jinja Road, Lugogo Show Grounds
    Contact Phones : +256-414-287615/2, +256-414-221034
    Web Address

    Uganda Manufacturers' Association (UMA), is an industry-association in Uganda, that aims to bring together Ugandan industrialists and manufacturers in an attempt to guide the industrial actors in the country towards global competitiveness, on a sustainable basis. The association advises the government of Uganda in the formulation of national and regional industrial policy. UMA also serves as a collective lobby and mouthpiece for its members.

    Uganda Media Womens Association(UMWA)

    P.O.Box 7263 Kampala, Uganda, UMWA MAMA FM Plot 226, Block 214, Bukoto Kisaasi
    Contact Phones : +256 772 469 363,+256 393 113 848

    Uganda Media Women’s Association (UMWA) exists to see that Ugandan women can make informed decisions by having access to the right information on rights, and to fight for the rights of women working in the media but also not excluding bad portrayal of women in the media. UMWA believes that access to information is key to solving critical problems women face socially, economically, and politically.

    Uganda Musicians Association(UMA)

    Kampala, Uganda, Uganda National Theatre. Location Plot 2, 4 & 6 Dewinton Road opposite Parliament
    Contact Phones : +256(777) 841-348,+256(777) 841-348
    Web Address

    Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) brings together all musicians in Uganda with the aim of music development, collective bargain and welfare. The association welcomes all performers of musical instruments of any kind, vocalists, musical arrangers, copyists or any other individuals who render musical services of any kind for pay.

    Uganda Muslim Women Civilization Initiative (UMWCI)

    Kampala, Uganda, 3rd Floor, Suite Ham Towers Makerere, Plot 923, Makerere Hill road,
    Contact Phones : +256-702742101,+256-777990796
    Web Address

    Uganda Muslim Women Civilization Initiative (UMWCI) was formed and registered in 2015 with the main aim of empowering women economically to improve their livelihood & communities through entrepreneurship training, capacity building, skills development and income generating activities. Through Gender Equality, Agribusiness, Interfaith & peaceful co-existence and prevention of violent extremism among others. UMWCI operates in a number of districts working within communities and schools where most women can be accessed.

    Uganda National Association of the Blind(UNAB)

    P.O.Box 6938, Kampala, Uganda, Off Namugongo Road Kireka
    Contact Phones : +256-0782552344,+256-0750552344
    Web Address

    Uganda National Association of the Blind is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to positively transform the lives of those with vision loss. Uganda National Association of the Blind serves more than 7,000 people through a variety of free programs, classes and services at centers and community outreach locations throughout Uganda – from Kampala to various counties. We lead popular national programs like Braille Challenge and white Cane Quest. Our staff and volunteers understand losing your vision can be frightening, and we believe it is not the end of independence, but a new way of living. UNAB was established in 1970 as one of the first Disabled Peoples` Organisations (DPOs) in Uganda. The association has had it ups and downs over the last decades, but is currently a well recognised DPO in Uganda. UNAB also has a good standing with donors in general, as well as with the African Union of the Blind, AFUB, the World Blind Union, WBU, and with other DPOs in Uganda. 

    Uganda National Association of Building and Civil Engineering Contractors(UNABCEC)

    Kampala, Uganda, Plot M764, Coronation Avenue, Show-grounds, Lugogo
    Contact Phones : +256 779 518824; +256 705205803,+256 (0)392 795 036
    Web Address

    Uganda National Association of Building and Civil Engineering Contractors (UNABCEC) is a 28 year old non-profit, member-driven, national trade association representing genuine contractors, and other companies and organizations engaged in construction in Uganda. Our core purpose is improving performance in the construction contracting sector by championing better regulation and enhancing operational integrity.

    The association is dedicated to fostering growth and sustainability in the ever-changing environment of commercial construction contractors, improving job site safety, expanding the use of cutting edge technologies and techniques and strengthening the relationships between contractors and clients. It is the principle interface between the Construction Industry on one hand, the public, development partners and the Government on the other

    Uganda National Association of Cerebral palsy (UNAC)

    Kiwanja Mukono - Off Jomayi Stone Offices, P.O.Box 65 Kyambogo Kampala, Uganda
    Contact Phones : +256778621437,+256755949649
    Web Address

    Uganda National Association of Cerebral palsy (UNAC) is a growing umbrella organisation of persons with Cerebral palsy (CP) in Uganda established in 2013 to advocate for the rights of persons with CP. UNAC is legally registered with NGO board a government organ that is charged with registration and monitoring the operations of NGOs in Uganda. UNAC provides a strong voice for a common cause, particularly to defend, protect and promote the rights and advocate for equal opportunity for people with Cerebral palsy in Uganda. UNAC’s programs includes: Identification and mobilization of persons with cerebral palsy and their parents/care givers, Capacity building, Economic empowerment, lobbing and advocacy, Networking, community rehabilitation, collaboration and resource mobilization. The membership of UNAC comprises of people with CP and parents/care givers of children with CP. UNAC has so far established four regional structures with interim executive committees leading to membershi

    Uganda National Association of Private Hospitals (UNAPH)

    P.O.Box 29324 Kampala - Uganda, Lumumba avenue, Uweal Building, Medimark suite
    Contact Phones : +256 704 762575,+256 772 632211
    Web Address

    Uganda National Association of Private Hospitals (UNAPH) is a membership national organization representing Private Hospitals and Private Clinics in Uganda. UNAPH was founded and registered in 2006. The main aim of UNAPH is to represent, promote and protect the interests of private hospitals and private clinics, their owners and operators, and to interact with members, to ensure private hospital sector continues to be dynamic in meeting the changing needs of Ugandans and protect the interests and rights of Private health consumers. UNAPH plans to initiate, foster and maintain a consultative, co-operative and communicative approach to dealing with Government, health organizations, media, community groups and the public. UNAPH also plans to be a self-regulatory trade association striving to improve the Private Hospital Sector through collaboration with the Government. 

    Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD)

    530, Plot 1601/2 Kiwanga Estate, Namanve, Kampala
    Contact Phones : +256 414 532 875,+256 414 532 875
    Web Address

    Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD) is a non government and voluntary organization bringing together all categories of Deaf persons in Uganda including those with multiple disabilities like Deaf-Blind persons. Formed in 1973, UNAD was registered as Non Governmental Organization (NGO) in 1989. It is a national umbrella organization for all grass root associations of Deaf persons in Uganda. UNAD is consulted by the government and NGOs on matters concerning Deaf persons and Deafness. UNAD is affiliated to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) which has a consultative status with the UN.

    Uganda National Teachers Union(UNATU)

    P.O Box 377, Kampala Uganda, Plot 28/30, Bombo Road, Kampala
    Contact Phones : +256 414 346 917,+256(414)346917
    Web Address

    Originally active as the Uganda Teachers Association (UTA), the Teachers' Association renamed itself the Uganda National Teachers' Union in March 2003 and thereby complied with the Trade Union Act of 1971. In 2006, these laws were updated with the Labor Unions Act. UNATU has been recognized as a charitable organization since 2006. With its 140,000 members, it is the largest and oldest teacher union in the country.

    Uganda Netball Federation (UNF)

    P.O Box 70718, Kampala, Plot 1721, Old Kampala Road Aga Khan Building
    Contact Phones : ., +256 787 371 614
    Web Address

    Uganda Netball Federation (UNF) is the brand name for Uganda’s Netball governing body. We are mandated to runand over see all Netball activities in and outside Uganda.

    That is, run competitions as Elite and Amateur Leagues ie women national team, junior national teams, clubs, School Competitions, Regional Competitions, District competitions,Inter-cities competiotions Etc.

    We are affiliated to National Council of Sports(NSC),World Netball (WN) and African Netball (AN) which make us a sole body to manage Netball as guided by the National and International Netball statutes

    Uganda Nurses and Midwives Council

    P. O. Box 4046, Kampala, Uganda, Makarere Road, Mukubira Zone, Kawempe Division, Kampala
    Contact Phones : +256 (0)393 - 290 32,+256 393 290 327
    Web Address

    Uganda Nurses and Midwives Council is a a Professional Regulatory and Supervisory body committed to the Provision of Quality Nursing and Midwive The Uganda Nurses and Midwives Council regulates the Nursing and Midwifery professionals in the country. It was initially set up in 1922 and has passed through a series of legislation, reflecting changes in the ever evolving professions. It is at present governed by The Uganda Nurses and Midwives Act (1996).

    Uganda Oil Seed Producers and Processors Association (UOSPA)

    P.O.Box 26357, Kampala, Uganda, Kyaggwa Road, Plot 984 UOSPA House, Block 113
    Contact Phones : +256 772 677262, +256 772 651587,+256 393 264126
    Web Address

    Uganda Oil Seed Producers and Processors Association (UOSPA) is an umbrella association of oilseed crop Producers (farming communities) and oilseed crop Processors (oil milling industries). Its current membership stands at 67 small and medium and Large edible vegetable milling industries country wide and 947 farmer groups comprising of 47,350 (21,307 female, 26,043 men) benefiting farmers distributed in 18 (eighteen)districts of; Bugishu, Teso, Lango and Acholi sub-regions. UOSPA, is registered legally as Company Limited by Guaranteed on 8th April, 1994 (registration number 27258) with the goal of; increasing the smallholder members’ income, food and nutrition security and a Vision to make Uganda self-reliance in edible vegetable production and consumption.

    Uganda Pioneers' Association (UPA)

    P.O.Box 25973 Kampala,Uganda, 8 miles Hoima Road, Ocheing Zone Nansana, Wakiso District - Uganda
    Contact Phones : +256 782 335 322,+256 785 601 220

    Uganda Pioneers Association (UPA) is a youth voluntary non- governmental organisation (NGO) with its head office located in Ochieng B Zone of Nansana Municipality. Registered with the NGO board in 1989, UPA offers youth with opportunities to contribute to community projects through work camps and international volunteer exchanges. UPA is a member based organisation currently operating through eight (8) branches in different parts of the country.

     UPA aims atpromoting community based development,intercultural co-operation and youth participation through voluntary work


    Uganda Reach the Aged Association (URAA)

    P.O. BOX 6775, KAMPALA UGANDA, EAST AFRICA PLOT 1685 KIREKA – NAMUGONGO ROAD,, PLOT 1685 Kireka – Namugongo Rd, immediately after the Northern ByPass Bridge, ABIA STAGE
    Contact Phones : +256 393 265 317 ,+256 706-265317
    Web Address

    Uganda Reach the Aged Association (URAA) is a non-government organization with member organizations in all regions of the country. URAA was founded in 1991 as a national, not for profit organization. URAA is mandated by its membership to promote quality well being of older persons through its member organizations. The organization’s aim is to provide a platform for fellowship, mutual support, hope and a voice to older persons. Specifically the organization focuses on advocacy to raise awareness on older persons’ issues and fight stigma to older persons through a rights based approach aimed at promoting dignified living by advocating and promoting equitable access to economic empowerment, social welfare, treatment, care and support, and well being of older persons.

    Uganda Rural Literacy and Community Development Association (URLCODA)

    P.O. Box 1000, Arua (Uganda), Lokotoro Village, Aroi Sub-county
    Contact Phones : +256 786521701, +256 774490969
    Web Address

    The Uganda Rural Literacy and Community Development Association is a local non-governmental organization, which coordinates a network of 16 community libraries in the West Nile region of Uganda. Its ‘mother’ library is located in Lokotoro Village (Aroi sub-county, Arua district). It serves as a meeting place for members to access information, mostly related to the improvement of rural livelihoods, via books, videos, newspapers, magazines, etc., and to engage in a range of activities. It also runs intergenerational skills learning programmes for members. The working languages are English and Lugbarati, the local language of the Lugbara people.

    Uganda Security Printing Company(USPC)

    Kampala, Uganda, 3rd Floor, Trust Towers, Plot 4 Kyadondo Road Nakasero
    Contact Phones : +256 417-000-000,+256 417-000-000
    Web Address

    Uganda Security Printing Company was formulated as a joint venture between the government of Uganda and a Germany Consortium Veridos.

    Uganda Security Printing Company Limited was formulated in November 2018 as a special purpose vehicle to revamp Uganda Printing and Publishing Corporation (UPPC).

    Uganda Small-Scale Industries Association (USSIA)

    UMA Show Grounds, Lugogo, KAMPALA - Uganda, Plot 9, Coronation Avenue, USSIA House
    Contact Phones : +256 – 312 – 278 798,+256 – 414 – 286 838
    Web Address

    The Uganda Small Scale Industries Association (USSIA) is a not-for-profit business association of Micro, Small and Medium Industries (MSMIs) with a strong membership base of about 5000 registered Micro, Small and Medium Industries. USSIA is driven to support and equip small and medium sized enterprises expecially the small scale industries sector of Uganda for success and economic growth. USSIA was formed in 1979 out of the realization that there was a gap in terms of the representation and support of professional small and medium enterprises that want to grow and become large enterprises. Since then the organisation has grown to enormous levels, However USSIA is still a grassroot based association representing SMEs all over Uganda

    Uganda Tailors Association

    Uganda, Kampala
    Contact Phones : +256 754393939, +256 772514217

    Uganda Tailors Association (U.T.A) is a fully registered Non profit making organization in May 2012.

    The founder of the association is Mr Ssekimpi Philip Kakembo .

    The idea of forming this Organization came as a result of studying the great challenges Tailors in Uganda face, especially to achieve business growth and improving the standard of living.

    Uganda Tea Associations(UTA)

    Grand Imperial Hotel, Shopping Mall, 2nd Floor, Office No.44. Plot 6/6A Nile Avenue Kampala., P.O. Box 4161, Kampala, Uganda
    Contact Phones : +256 772 418917,+256414346763
    Web Address

    The Uganda Tea industry is 100% privately owned. Tea is grown on estates (big plantations) by about 55% and smallholders by 45%.

    Currently there are 28 factories processing tea for the international market. These are owned by 17 companies and individuals 4 of which are smallholder association companies owning 5 tea processing factories. All the 17 companies/entities each, exports its own processed tea to the international market under its brand name. They are all members of the Uganda Tea Association (UTA)

    UTA is a voluntary registered organization limited by guarantee, coordinating and advocating for the interests of members. It is a member of the East African Tea Trade Association (EATTA), under which the Mombasa Tea Auction is conducted. She is also a member of the international Tea Committee (ITC).

    Uganda Tourism Association

    -, Capital Shoppers - Nakawa.
    Contact Phones : +256 785 489 481,-

    The Uganda Tourism Association (UTA) is the umbrella association that brings together all tourism associations in Uganda. The current associations include; the Association of Uganda Tour Operators Association (AUTO), Uganda Safari Guides Association (USAGA), Uganda Hotel Owners Association (UHOA), the Uganda Travel Agents Association (TUGATA) and Uganda Community Tourism Association (UCOTA). These associations together represent tour operators, travel agents, accommodation facilities, tour guides and community based organizations and membership is constantly increasing. TA does not get involved with the daily operations of any tourism institution, organization or tourism business association and does not intend to duplicate any services rendered by such organization, institution or association. UTA provides a unified voice to articulate to Government and others the industry – wide major issues of national significance. We offer a complete range of services that relate to activ


    P. O Box 16540 Kampala - Uganda., Plot 98, Buganda Road.
    Contact Phones : +256 787 440268,+256 414 251 762

    Uganda Veterinary Association (UVA) a legally registered professional association. It boasts of a big membership of more than 987 veterinarians distributed widely throughout the country with some of them holding key decision-making positions in government and other institutions. It is among the biggest and well organized professional associations in the country having a fully fledged secretariat with five operational regional branches. Its main preoccupation is engagement in community development programs; animal welfare; policy advocacy; promotion of professional standards and welfare of its members. To do this, it works with government and several local and international non-governmental organizations and institutions.

    UVA is recognized and highly regarded by government, national and international bodies. It therefore associates and partners with a number of national and international bodies e.g. it is a member of the World Veterinary Association; member of the Commonwealt


    Tankhill Road, Sekindi Zone, Muyenga, , P.O. Box 10338, Kampala, Uganda
    Contact Phones : +256 750 212 122,+256777912078, +256705144483
    Web Address

    The Uganda Women Basketry Association was started in 2010 with a focus on economic empowerment for women. Its mandate is geared towards capacity and skill building for women and youth involved in handcraft making for local and foreign market. Its membership has grown from 200 to 1500 women located in Luwero, Kiboga, Wakiso and Mpigi districts. Over the years UWBA has supported a number of women to achieve economic independence through training and development, skills and starting other income generating activities. UWBA developed a strategic plan last year visionary for the next five years on areas of skill building for innovative products, expanding production, strategic partners, gender inclusiveness for business growth , saving and investment as well as resource mobilization.

    Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Association Limited (UWEAL)

    Uganda, Uweal House, Kampala
    Contact Phones : +256(312)271451,+256(414)343952
    Web Address

    Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Association Limited (UWEAL) was established in 1987, whose mandate is grounded in 3 core program areas; Building strong women owned enterprises, Networking and marketing linkages for business women and advocating for policies that create an enabling environment for women to compete favorably in business.

    UWEAL has spearheaded the transformation of the landscape that gives women in business a voice to showcase that women are as capable to start and run a business as much as men. The association is currently firmly placed in the private sector to assist and provide the necessary support and guidance to women in business and to advocate for favorable policies through which women entrepreneurs can flourish.


    P.O Box 12659, Kampala, BIFRO House, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Rd, Opposite Makerere Business Institute (MBI)
    Contact Phones : .,+256 414 530 353
    Web Address

    Uganda Youth Development Link is an NGO that works with youths aged 10 – 24 years who are vulnerable to exploitation and at risk to HIV/AIDs infection. Mission to Enhance socio-economic transformation of disadvantaged young people through advocacy, psychosocial and skills development for self – reliance and reintegration. Our goal is to enhance human capital development among the disadvantaged in Uganda. UYDEL has built a niche for the last 15 years as a unique organization working in the area of advocacy, identifying, rehabilitating and re – integration of victims of commercial sexual exploitation. UYDEL currently operates in the districts of Kampala, Wakiso, Mukono, Mubende, Mityana, Gomba, Sembabule, Bukomansimbi, and Rakai and our experience is drawn from previous projects aimed at prevention, awareness, withdrawal and re – integration of victims.

    Our Goal is To enhance human capital development among the disadvantaged in Uganda.

    Uganda-Indonesia Friendship Association (UGINFA)

    Impala house 6th floor Room S3L Kampala Uganda, Kampala, Uganda
    Contact Phones : +256705773800 ;+256702082302,+256772415463
    Web Address

    We, the undersigned Founder Leaders Uganda-Indonesia Friendship Association (UGINFA) inspired by the fact that we as a people in Uganda and Indonesia need to unite and Associate in order to find lasting solutions to issues concerned with our community because we have a shared history, we need to work forward for a harmonized well being of the citizen’s economic prosperity; it is our belief, focus and vision that the said issues can best be solved if we as stakeholders take the lead to find time tested, affordable and apparent solutions to the needs of our communities; and we undertake for and on behalf of Members present, future and yet to be born, do constitute ourselves into an Organisation known as UGANDA – INDONESIA FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION as Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) which is not a profit making organisation, this 3rd day of February 2018 whose Constitution is to be launched soon after its promulgation and registration.

    Wealthy Youth Focus Uganda(WYFU)

    PO BOX 6529 Kampala Uganda, Bugema University Main Campus Small Gate
    Contact Phones : +256-705-152805 ,+256-782-409849
    Web Address

    Wealthy Youth focus Uganda (WYF Uganda) is a registered youth empowerment community based organization (REG. No. LCBO/058/08) formed in 2016, committed to Organising, Training, Mentoring and Employing Youths in Luwero and the surrounding disticts to start, maintain and grow individual/joint Business Ventures, do strategic saving and credit management then learn the skills of personal finance and the art of investing Money.

    West Acholi Cooperative Union

    P.O.BOX 225 GULU-UGANDA Gulu, Uganda, gulu
    Contact Phones : +256 751 071734,+256 772 605 321

    West Acholi Cooperative Union is a cooperative based, members owned institution situated in Gulu engaged in cotton processing and marketing.


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

    Young Mens Christian Association - Kampala(YMCA)

    Plot 37/47, Buganda Road
    Contact Phones : +256 414 230 804,+256 414 230 804
    Web Address

    The YMCA in Uganda was founded in 1959. It has six main branches, including Kampala YMCA. Other branches are in Jinja, Mukono, Mbale, Mbarara, Kasese.

    The first mention of a YMCA in Uganda was made in a 1913 report of the World Alliance. The matter rested until 1947, when the World Alliance of YMCAs in Geneva sent Dr. George Haynes to investigate the possibilities for YMCAs in Africa. He met in Uganda E. M. K. Mulira. as a result, the present site for the Headquarters, YMCA Kampala Branch and YMCA Comprehensive Institute , was chosen.

    All YMCA activities in Uganda are coordinated by the National Secretariat headed by the National Executive Director.

    The Secretariat runs a computer school which offers skilling programs such as computer applications, computer maintenance course and electronics courses its also runs a Driving school.

    Young Womens Christian Association(YWCA)

    Plot 1/3 George Street, Kampala, Uganda
    Contact Phones : +256 774 980838,+256(414)342024

    The Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) is a nonprofit organization with a focus on empowerment, leadership, and rights of women, young women, and girls in more than 100 countries.

    The World office is currently based in Geneva, Switzerland, and the nonprofit is headquartered in Washington, DC.

    The YWCA is independent of the YMCA, but a few local YMCA and YWCA associations have merged into YM/YWCAs or YMCA-YWCAs and belong to both organizations, while providing the programs from each.

    Youth Integrated Development Organization (YIDO)

    PO. Box. 70866, Kampala -Uganda, Plot 3A, Unit 8, 2nd Floor Cooper House Old Kira Road
    Contact Phones : +256-783- 626- 020,+256-414- 660-573
    Web Address

    Youth Integrated Development Organization (YIDO) is a Ugandan-based, youth-led, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with 16 years of organizational experience having started in the year 2005. For the last 12 years, YIDO has implemented solid-partnership led projects – improving, directly, the livelihoods of over 51,495 beneficiaries – including Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC), youths and women. This is has been through initiating and providing micro-finance and credit support services, crime prevention in schools and communities through formation of schools against crime clubs and community policing, vocational and business skills training, capacity building in business development services and related mentorship, prevention of Gender-based violence, mobilization and referrals into HIV care, HIV testing and counselling outreaches, and advocacy on economic inclusion. YIDO is managed under a robust, well-structured governance model that ensures transparency and accou

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