upimac logoUganda Project Implementation and Management Centre (UPIMAC) is a Non-Governmental Organization registered with the National NGO Board, Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The center was founded in the year 1997 and operates countrywide through established regional, district and sub county networks with a head office in Kampala. UPIMAC’s vision “is a society where vulnerable communities, groups and individuals all enjoy their human rights” and the mission is “to promote the social, economic and political status and welfare of the poor and disadvantaged groups especially those living in the rural areas”.

abantu logoAbantu for development exists to build the capacity of women to participate in decision-making at all levels, to influence policies from a gender perspective and to address inequalities and injustices in social relations

Its vision is a world in which empowered women and men work together to address gender inequalities and promote transformational leadership and development for a just society. It is a network of people who believe that gender disparity is an injustice, contributes to poverty and is a major hindrance to development.

adda logoThe overall goal of the ADDA is to  improve the living conditions and welfare of the people and envisioned at attaining culturally, socially, politically, economically vibrant, healthy and free society

The overall goal of the ADDA is to  improve the living conditions and welfare of the people and envisioned at attaining culturally, socially, politically, economically vibrant, healthy and free society. ADDA focuses at providing purposeful, coordinated, and charitable and community based services in order to promote sustainable socio-economic, cultural and political development. Over time, it has implemented interventions on Civic engagement and empowerment, voter education, livelihoods, peace building and conflict resolution, humanitarian action and disaster response

cdfu logoCommunication for Development Foundation Uganda (CDFU) is a Ugandan based Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established in 2002 to respond to bridging the gap for provision of fully fledged Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) services in the country.

Communication for Development Foundation Uganda (CDFU) is a Ugandan based Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established in 2002 to respond to bridging the gap for provision of fully fledged Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) services in the country.

deniva logoDevelopment Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA) is Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that provides a platform for collective reflection, action and voice to voluntary local associations to advocate for people-centered, accountable and sustainable development in Uganda.

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

DENIVA’s program areas are (i) Governance and Human Rights; (ii) Sustainable Livelihoods; and (iii) Strengthening of Civil Society Organizations. Gender Mainstreaming and Youth Empowerment are cross cutting themes. DENIVA is also the Secretariat of the NGO Quality Assurance Mechanism (QuAM) and Secretariat for the Eastern Africa Regional Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).

hurinet logoHuman Rights Network Uganda (HURINET–U) is a network of Human Rights organizations that was established in 1993 by a group of eight human rights organizations and was formally registered as an independent, non-partisan and non for profit organization in 1994.

The identity of HURINET-U lies with an increased diverse membership of Non-Governmental Organisations across the country. Membership is drawn from national and international organisations that are committed to a wide range of Human Rights issues which are complementary in terms of areas of focus including Child Rights, Women Rights, Peace and Conflict Resolution, Civil and Political Rights.

acord
ACORD is working in Uganda since 1979, with a commitment to attain peace and reduce mass poverty in the targeted communities. ACORD's response to the challenges of Uganda is firmly based on a belief that people themselves are the agents of change and actors of their own development and therefore their ability to take action on the causes of poverty is what will transform the nation and Africa's future.

ACORD works among vulnerable and marginalised communities in more than 30 districts in West Nile, Western, Central, Eastern and Northern Uganda, responding to problems resulting from the economic, social and political context as well as the influx of refugees from neighbouring countries. Through a combination of practical support and civil society strengthening ACORD is helping to rebuild the livelihoods of vulnerable populations and contribute to sustainable peace in this region.

ccg logoCentre for Constitutional Governance (CCG) is a constitutional watchdog operating in six countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan. It aspires to promote constitutional governance in East Africa.

Centre for Constitutional Governance (CCG) is a constitutional watchdog operating in six countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan. It aspires to promote constitutional governance in East Africa.

codi logoWelfare Initiatives (CODI) is an indigenous child, governance and human rights focused non-governmental organization based in Wobulenzi Town Council of Luweero district. The organization envisions having “a society that is prosperous, empowered and free for all.

Welfare Initiatives (CODI) is an indigenous child, governance and human rights focused non-governmental organization based in Wobulenzi Town Council of Luweero district. The organization envisions having “a society that is prosperous, empowered and free for all.

fowode logoForum for Women in Democracy (FOWODE) is a non-partisan women’s organization operating in Uganda with its head office in Kampala. FOWODE grew out of the women’s caucus of the 1994 – 1995 constituent assembly (CA) that debated and passed the 1995 constitution.

During the assembly, the women delegates used the caucus to increase their political influence, broaden the base for support of women’s issues and advocate for a gender-sensitive constitution in all aspects. The success of the women’s caucus paved the way for the formation of FOWODE as a nongovernmental organization to offer a platform for Ugandan women’s learning, networking, sharing experiences and advocating for gender equality and equality in decision-making process

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