NGOs 2018

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WN-CARD’s sustainable development program is envisaged to create an empowered community with improved livelihoods.

The programs to a greater extent are to improve information flow and technical skills of communities for improved livelihoods of the people in rural areas. This will in turn enhance the capacity of the community to prevent and mitigate the impact of Diseases, increased house hold income for self-reliance and, conducive environment for peaceful co-existence and quality service delivery.


The Mission of“CESI-Uganda” is to be the leading environmental body advocating for sustainable livelihood while preserving the global environment among the local people.


A Community Based non-government, not-for-profit and nonsectarian, non-partisan Organization working for social development of vulnerable and less developed people.

MSU was founded by a group of four young and energetic youth activists and volunteers who were highly motivated and committed to contributing their time, skills and energies for the development and empowerment of socially disadvantaged and vulnerable people especially the youth, children and women.

The youth founders of this organization realized the prevailing needs of their communities and negligence of several concerned stakeholders. So, they decided to established means of advocacy and capacity building for their people whose lives were getting worse in areas such as education, HIV/AIDS, adolescent sexual reproductive health, environment degradation and neglect, youth unemployment and redundancy, Gender Based Violence (GBV) and discrimination, human trafficking, child protection, drug abuse among other societal challenges in both rural and urban areas covering Mukono, Luwero, Kampala and Wakiso District, Uganda.


Treeducate Africa (TA) promotes access to quality education for out of school children in excluded communities of Uganda by:

  • Engaging their parents in the planting of commercial community forests as child trust funds.
  • Forming parent village loan savings schemes to pay school fees for the out of school children in the short run as well as developing parent investment portfolios.
  • Partnering with school leadership and teachers to influence better learning outcomes using IT solutions.