The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), also known as the UN Refugee Agency, is a United Nations programme mandated to protect and support refugees at the request of a government or the UN itself and assists in their voluntary repatriation, local integration or country.
Our scope of operation with UNHCR is in Transit Centre Management in Nyakabande-Kisoro District, Kanara-Ntoroko District and Bubukwanga-Bundibugyo District.
And in Refugee Settlement Camps in Oruchinga in Isingiro District
Office of the Prime Minister
Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) is a Government Ministry through which the Prime Minister of Uganda provides leadership of the Ministers under the Executive arm of Government. This Ministry commonly called OPM is made up of various directorates including: Policy Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation; Directorate of Information and National Guidance, Directorate in charge of Disaster Preparedness, Management and Refugees; Directorate in Charge of Special Programs of Northern Uganda, Karomoja, Luwero – Rewnzori and Teso Sub regions Affairs; and a Directorate for Administration and Finance
Malteser International (MI), the worldwide relief agency of the Order of Malta for humanitarian aid, works in more than 20 countries in Africa, Asia and the Americas for people in need, regardless of their religion, origin or political affiliation. Its mission is to provide emergency relief as well as to implement rehabilitation measures and to facilitate the link between emergency relief and sustainable development. Christian values and the humanitarian principles of impartiality and independence form the basis of its work in the following areas: Relief, Reconstruction & Rehabilitation; Health & Nutrition; Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH); Livelihood & Social Programs and Disaster Risk Reduction.
MI has been working in Uganda since 1996. The focus of MI work is in bringing aid to refugees and host communities, primarily in the West Nile and Northern Uganda. In addition to implementing WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) activities in the north, MI implements various health related projects in Kampala jointly with MoH, selected hospitals and NGOs. Since 1st January 2019, we have been in partnership with MI to supplement on the GOU efforts to combat the spread of the Ebola in Uganda through the transit centers in some of the high risk districts in South West, Mid-west and West Nile region.
Humanitarian Initiative Just Relief Aid (HIJRA) is a humanitarian organization that aims to positively contribute towards improving the living standardsand conditions of those adversely affceted by disasters and conflict in the greater Horn of Africa
Uganda National NGO Forum
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. A coherent, respected, well-informed NGO sector in Uganda; actively contributing to citizens’ wellbeing and safeguarding their rights
International Refugee Rights Initiative
IRRI works to address causes of conflict-related displacement; to ensure that the rights of those forced to leave their homes are respected; and to promote appropriate and sustainable solutions to their displacement
Water Governance Institute
The primary purpose of the institution is to engage government and other stakeholders on policy, governance and development issues related to water, its associated natural resources, infrastructure and availability challenges linked to its use, climate variability and change. It is a membership organisation that includes individuals ,civil society organisations, Private Sector and Government Agencies working at different levels of society in East Africa.
Our scope of operation with WGI is in Livelihood-Aquaponics in Adjumani District
The Norwegian Refugee Council is an independent humanitarian organisation helping people forced to flee. We work in crises in 31 countries, where we help save lives and rebuild futures.
Our scope of operation with NRC is in Information Counselling and Legal Assistance (ICLA) activities in South West, Central and West Nile regions since 1st April 2018
Since 1997, the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has worked with refugees and internally displaced persons in Uganda.
Since 1st June 2018, we have been in partnership with DRC to manage Transit and Reception Centres in Rhino Camp-Ocea (Arua District) and Kuluba in Koboko District
WFP provides cash/food assistance to meet the food and nutrition needs of over one million refugees as well as Ugandans affected by recurring climate shocks. Uganda hosts more refugees than any other country in Africa, including people who have fled from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi.
Since 1st August 2018, we have been in partnership with WFP to do EDP Warehouse management in Kyaka II, Palorinya, Oruchinga, Nakivaale