P.O Box 3518, Kampala,1st floor Mabanja Building; Kyebando-Gayaza Road, Kampala,

www.oasisuganda.org

Oasis Uganda Charitable Trust is a Christian faith-based organisation, which seeks to support and empower vulnerable people living in poverty in Uganda. In 2010, we worked with 150 families; supported approximately 400 youths out of school; helped 150 children with informal and formal education; and trained over 1,200 people in sexual health. Indirect beneficiaries included community members who accessed training activities and family members numbering approximately 1,000. Our Vision A place where everyone is included, making a contribution and reaching their God-given potentialOur Mission StatementWe are committed to working in an inclusive, integrated, empowering and comprehensive way so that all people experience wholeness and fullness of life Outcomes

Contact PersonIrene Muwanguzi (Country Director)
Telephone0718 807 445 / 0718 807 440
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P.O Box 1037, Lira,Plot 4 Nubi Road, Junior Quarters, Adyel Divison, Lira,

www.obayacommunity.org

OCA was formed by the community members to implement various development projects to transform the community and raise their standards of living. The key areas of intervention are in healthcare, education, information and agribusiness support services. OCA members contributed money, local materials, skilled and unskilled labor to implement community development activities.The organization was established in 2001 but all its members were displaced when the LRA intensified its attack on the population of Lira in 2002 and every activity was stalled. However, fresh registration of members occurred in 2008 since most people originating from the district had left the displacement camps and returned to their original communities.The community members implement the projects under the inspiring mot ...

Contact PersonRichard Adupa (Chief Executive Officer)
Telephone0392 944 554
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Date Founded

P.O Box 404, Arua,

The organisation which was started by concerned youths was aimed at improving the socio-economic welfare of the community for sustainable development i.e. PWDs, women, elderly and vulnerable children. It was also meant to achieve unity, peace and reduce poverty through campaigns, lobbying and advocacy. They started by addressing issues around sexually gender based violence (SGBV); Child rights and protection; Environmental protection awareness and Water and sanitation. Through the work of our organisation reduced cases of domestic violence at household levels and divorce cases have been observed. Child abuse has also reduced in the community and there is increased awareness in the community on the environment and the number of protected water sources. To date we are continuing to plant ...

Contact PersonBuzu Fred Bayo
Telephone0774 186 655
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Date Founded

P.O Box 630, Arua, Ocebu Alibu village, C/O Giligili Trading Centre,Arua,

The organization was formed by a group of five Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) to reduce stigma and discrimination. They started by carrying out outreaches for HIV/AIDS awareness; home visiting; Music, Dance and Drama for sensitization; referrals and counselling; and palliative care. People who were initially shying away from the community because they were PHAs have now started sharing openly with community members about their situation. The turn up for VCT services has also increased which has helped most of them to know their HIV status. We are currently engaged in agriculture that includes goat rearing. We are also implementing programmes in education and health. The organization has provided children living with HIV/AIDS with scholastic materials and school uniforms. We still n ...

Category:HIV / AIDS
Contact PersonOnziga Francis (Director)
Telephone0774 407 090
E-mail
Date Founded

P.O Box 331, Arua

A group of youth led by Andabati Geofrey formed the organisation to respond to the high rate of HIV/AIDS and other STDs prevalence among the youth. There were high rates of drug abuse and unemployment. Communities were affected by poverty and thus there was need to sensitise and provide practical skills to the unemployed youth to improve their livelihoods.The first activities of the organisation since its formation were; sensitisation against drug abuse, HIV/AIDS and other STDs

Contact PersonAcidri Stephen( Cordinator)
Telephone0782 800 223
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P.O Box 1728,Jinja;Busia Town council, Emenu complex, equator Road,

Organization for Capacity Building Initiative (OCABI) is a nongovernmental organization mandated among others, to supplement government efforts in meeting the Millennium Development Goals through capacity building of various rural communities in Uganda. OCABI has a team of consultants with over 15 years

Contact PersonNsonga Rosette (Executive Director)
Telephone0701 059 191 / 0701 401 001
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P.O.Box 96 Kyotera, Rakai,Old Bukoba Road, Rakai district,

www.ocbo.or.ug

Orphans Community Based Organisation [OCBO] was established in 1990 as a community response to HIV/AIDS pandemic and its associated orphans and other vulnerable children problems which befell Rakai District in Uganda in 19980s.OCBO is a community based organisation operating in all villages of Rakai and Lyantonde districts.The organisation is devoted to promoting welfare of vulnerable children as well as empowering the vulnerable youth and women through the implementation of gender sensitive programmes for self reliance.PHILOSOPHY All persons can become useful members of the community but need equal access to opportunityVISIONA community where orphans and other vulnerable children live in a decent and self reliant environmentMISSIONTo foster community based initiatives that promote charity ...

Contact PersonKalungi John Ggayi ( CEO)
Telephone0772 569 750, 0782 502 668
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