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P.O Box 72485, Kampala,Plot 27, Sir Apollo Kagwa Road,

The Association was started in 2007 by three Makerere University students who had experienced discrimination based on skin colour

Contact PersonSsebyanzi Judah (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 530 668 / 0753 586 588

P.O Box 2922, , , 256

Uganda Change Agent Association (UCAA) was formally registered by the National NGO’s Board in 1993, Registration Number S5914/646; and is also incorporated by the Registrar of Companies as a non–profit limited liability company under the Companies Act. UCAA was founded in 1992 as a member – based voluntary association of trained rural development workers by Quaker Service Norway (QSN). Currently, it has over 3,000 members organised in 230 branches in districts throughout Uganda. Initially, the founding of UCAA was based on the desire of the Change Agents to keep in touch in an oldboys/girls sort of association. Over the years, Uganda Change Agent Association, has grown and transformed itself not only from a nationwide membership organization but also into a specialized training organ ...

Physical AddressOld Kampala, Rashid Khamis Road

P.O Box 10293,Kampala,Tagore Crescent ,Plot 18, Kamwokya,

Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN) brings together community-based organizations, national and International organizations working to improve the welfare of children in Uganda. We exist to undertake joint action for the promotion and protection of children

Contact PersonStella Ayo-Odongo (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 543 548 / 0414 532 131


Uganda Christian Orphans Foundation Fund (UCOFF) is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) that was started by a group of devoted Christians in 2004 and is registered with NGO Board with registration NO S.5914/6327. Uganda Christian Orphans Foundation Fund started as a small Christian Performing Group in Kitebero Cell, Katete Ward, Nyamitanga Division, Mbarara Municipality-Mbarara District. Later, the organization grew big in size and in terms of scope of work, a condition that propelled the group members to register it with NGO board to begin its full operations. Currently, the organization is operating in many regions of Uganda:-Mid western, Central, Rwenzori, Rwizi Arch, Bushenyi greater and south western region. The aim of the organization was therefore to render support to needy h ...

Contact PersonKamugisha Moses

P.O Box 7449, , , 256

UCOBAC is a non-partisan Non-Government Organization that was founded in 1990 with a purpose of improving the lives of women and children using community driven initiatives. We envision empowered communities free of poverty and able to exercise human rights and fundamental freedoms. The organization Secretariat is situated in Kampala district in Mbuya-Kinawaka and we have two regional offices, one in Mid-west Mubende district and the other in the Eastern region– Bugiri distict. UCOBAC is majorly driven by the need to cause positive change in the livelihoods of families in rural areas and urban slums by supporting women through capacity building, advocacy and providing financial support. UCOBAC has a staff capacity of 15 personnel directly running its different programs and a ...

Physical AddressPlot 17, Quarry Avenue, Mbuya Zone 1

P.O Box 28190, Kampala,Plot 10/12 Kampala Road, Uganda House, 2nd Floor, Room 5.11,

U-CAN is a non-government, non-partisan and non-profit making organisation founded to work towards ensuring that consumers everywhere in Uganda (especially the most vulnerable

Contact PersonDan Marlone Nabutsabi (Chief Executive Officer / Coordinator)
Telephone0414 595 978/ 0772 883 434/ 0703 113 311
Date Founded

P.O Box 5658 Kampala,Mukono Commercial Building, 1st floor , Jinja Highway, Mukono Town,

Founded in 1997 by a group of professional environmentalists, Uganda Environmental Education Foundation (UEEF) has since worked with more than 130,000 beneficiaries, including schools, farmers, local governments, other NGOs and community members throughout Mukono District and other parts of Uganda. A number of research projects undertaken in collaboration with other NGOs have contributed substantially to major national policy decisions regarding environmental protection and conservation. UEEF uses a range of proven methodologies and practical tools, based on indigenous knowledge and participatory approaches. It provides services across a broad range of environmental issues including renewable energy, water & sanitation, agriculture and rural development.UEEF recently undertook a rigorous, ...

Contact PersonNicholas Senyonjo (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 290 740

P.O. Box, 71772,Nsambya, next to the American Embassy,

Uganda Ethics Network Outreach (UENO) is a coalition whose purpose is to bring together umbrella organisations to occasionally raise a common voice against corruption, poor governance and administrative injustice in Uganda. UENO is a member of the Uganda National NGO Forum and the Anti-Corruption Coalition Agencies (ACCA) under the umbrella of Anti-corruption Coalition of Uganda (ACCU). VisionTo see a Uganda with citizens who uphold high moral and ethical values, human rights and good governance.MissionTo transform the existing moral and governance standards through raising public awareness, collective visioning, training and reporting as well as net working with government and civil society institutions for action.Overall GoalTo promote actions that can transform the ethical and governanc ...

Contact PersonWabule Alice (Executive Director)
Telephone0312 101 175

P.O. Box 73, Kihiihi,Kyeshero,Kayonza, Kanungu,

After a baseline study that was carried out in Kayonza sub- County by Herbert Banobi about the backwardness in Kayonza, he started the organisation as a CBO in order to advocate for the development of the area. Community members gathered, brought all the locally available resources/materials and construction for the organization office. They decided to start new projects like community tourism, village based trainers

Contact PersonBanobi Herbert (Coordinator)
Telephone0772 930 304
Date Founded

P.O Box 464, Soroti,Akisim trading centre Kapir Sub-county, Ngora,

With the support of community members, Aiko martin a rural based consultant started the organization with the purpose of building civil collective voices of local citizens so as to influence decisions made by policy makers that affect their livelihoods and local governance.The organization started with community mobilization to embrace the new people

Contact PersonAiko Martin (Executive Director)
Telephone0779 203 445
Date Founded

C/O P.O BOX 31744, ,

Uganda green charcoal is concerned with the global environment that has drawn attention on different platforms, highlighting the devastating effects as unfriendly actions continue to exert pressure on the green nature. In Uganda, only 10% of the populations have access to electricity while the rest use firewood for cooking and other power requiring activities (NEMA 2013). As a result, deforestation is occurring at an alarming rate of 1% approximately 90,000 acres of forest cover annually at the center of deforestation is the lucrative trade, commonly known as "black gold". This problem is compounded by the high population growth rate of more than seven live birth per adult female. As a result, the country has been plighted with deforestation at a magnitude beyond comprehension. To t ...

Contact PersonOkech McAdam John
Telephone+256 772 677 294

P.O. Box 4553, Kampala,Plot 20 ,

Uganda Health Marketing Group (UHMG) is an indigenous organization that was founded by reputable public health and social marketing Ugandan professionals in 2006. With support and mentorship of the AFFORD Health Marketing Initiative, a USAID

Contact PersonBrenda Kabagweri (Corporate and External Relations Manager)
Telephone0312 244 718

P.O BOX 30154, , , 256

Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC) is a faith based ecumenical organization that was established in 1963 and registered as a trustee under the Trustees Incorporation Act. Its current membership comprises the Church of Uganda, The Roman Catholic Church and the Uganda Orthodox Church, which together constitute about 78% of Uganda’s population. UJCC was established after Uganda’s independence in 1962 at a time when the country was undergoing a transition politically, economically and socially. The environment in which UJCC was established was characterized by bitter conflicts between and among faith communities during the colonial era, which challenged the three religious leaders who recognized a need for Christians to witness together and live in harmony. Uganda Joint Christian Council ...


P.O Box 40058 Kampala,Suite 6, plot 90, Kanjokya House, Kanjokya street, Kamwokya,

Uganda Landmine survivors Association (ULSA) was established in 2005 as the National umbrella organization for Landmine Survivors in Uganda. It works in collaboration with the Uganda Mine Action centre and Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development The vision of Uganda Landmine Survivors Association is to empower landmine survivors to attain better living conditions and the ability to advocate for themselves at all levels.This vision of ULSA is embedded in:

Contact PersonMargret Arach Orech (Director)
Telephone0312 106 984 / 0772 359 796

P.O Box 114, , , 256

Uganda Muslim Rural Development Association (UMURDA) is a local, NGO that was founded in 1992 in Namakoko village, Nankoma Sub-county, Bugiri District in Eastern Uganda. UMURDA is a Muslim Faith Based Organization carrying out developmental activities impacting on all, irrespective of any affiliations. UMURDA is registered with the Ministry of Internal Affairs –NGO-Board, Registration Number S 5914/2217 and mandated to operate in the whole country but currently operating in the districts of Bugiri, Namayingo, Iganga, Kamuli, Busia, Tororo, Bududa, Mbale, Palisa, Butaleja, Manafwa, Kibuku, Mayuge Kapchorwa, Bukwo and Namutumba. Vision: The Vision of UMURDA is to have; “A healthy, skilled and informed self-reliant rural community”. Mission: The Mission of UMURDA is to; “Bui ...

Physical AddressBugiri Town council, Kimombasa Cell, Ndifakulya Zone.

P.O Box 12590, Kampala,Teachers House, Plot No. 28/30, Bombo Road, First Floor Rm. 107B,

Uganda National Association of Community and Occupational Health (UNACOH) was formed in 1987 and registered as a Non-Governmental Organisation in 1991. It brings together health professionals and any other individuals and organizations interested or active in the improvement of health in Uganda. UNACOH enjoys a membership of about 1,000 from 80 Districts in the country and has 21 established District Branches. UNACOH targets to establish branches in all the districts of Uganda.VisionAn informed healthy economically productive Ugandan populationMissionTo promote a positive health culture among the Ugandan population and to influence healthy public policies; in particular through research, advocacy, information, education, communication and project implementationStrategies to promote the pri ...

Contact PersonDr. D.K. Sekimpi (Ag. Executive Director)
Telephone0414 252 068
Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD)

Plot 1601/2 Kiwanga Estate- Namanve, , , P.O.Box 7339, Kampala

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. Our corporate aim and vision is to achieve equity for all deaf people in Uganda. This means we are working towards ensuring that deaf people get the best possible in all walks of their lives, ...

Contact PersonAmbrose Murangira
Telephone+256-414 532 875
Uganda National NGO Forum

P.O.BOX 4636, , , 256

The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) is an independent and inclusive national platform for NGOs in Uganda. Its primary constituency and owners are NGOs in their diversity and configurations. UNNGOF is however open to other interest groups within a broadly defined civil society. UNNGOF’s operational scope is at national level, with focus on issues and processes that concern NGOs across the board. We recognise the independent existence of national thematic NGO networks and district networks and for a, as important NGO coordinating mechanism with complementary comparative advantages. Vision: A coherent, respected, well-informed NGO sector in Uganda; actively contributing to citizens’ well-being and safeguarding their rights. Mission: To provide a sharing and reflection platform f ...

Contact PersonRichard Ssewakiryanga, Executive Director)
Physical AddressPlot 25, Muyenga Tank Hill Road, Kabalagala
Telephone+256 414 510 272

P.O.BOX 4636, Kampala,Plot 25, Muyenga Tank Hill Road, Kabalagala,

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Contact PersonRichard Ssewakiryanga (Executive Director)
Telephone0414 510 272 / 0312 260 373 / 0414 501 674