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Beneficiaries between 2021 & 2022
our identity

Who We Are

CAP-AIDS Uganda is a locally registered, Non-Profit Making & Charitable Organization. We were first registered as an NGO on April 13th, 2007 (S. 5914 / 6951) license has since been renewed again by the National NGO Board.

Our Vision

We work with Grass Root Community-Based Organizations to enable communities Resist, Survive & Overcome Socio-economic inequities

Provide tailored local leadership support & developing to frontline local actors in development & humanitarian work
Coordinating with coalition of 14 Local and National NGOs in Uganda
Implementing partner in Uganda for projects funded by the Canadian International Development Agency
Our Services

Our Programs

  • Education

    We provide School Sponsorships in formal education and Vocational Skilling Training in informal education.

  • Community Protection

    We support children in contact and conflict with the law, including refugee children, we also provide SGBV Protection.

  • Livelihoods

    Educating Communities to Find Long-Term Solutions to Poverty.

  • Climate Smart Agriculture

    We strengthen community empowerment and leadership in climate-resiliency

  • Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights

    We do Health Outreaches, and Health visits, provide health trainings/Screening of Girls and Women, we also provide Hygiene kits and all these health services are provided at the community level within locally available venues, such as schools, social halls, community grounds, markets and religious facilities, etc.
    We are now building a Safe Space Build at our field offices which will not only be a rescue place but a place for women & girls to access digital information & knowledge in addition to SRHR Services.

  • Strategic Network Engagements

    We coordinate The Local Coalition Accelerator (LCA) Program Uganda, a coalition of 14 local and National Organizations (LNOs) in Uganda designing and implementing Development and Humanitarian actions that respond to the effects of COVID-19 and beyond.
    C4C Uganda Working Group
    We also Chair the Charter for Change Uganda Working Group, launched in November 2019. The group brings together signatories, endorsers and allies of localization working together towards promoting local humanitarian leadership.

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Our Team Leader @NaomiAyot introduces THE BRAVE VILLAGE: LOCAL LEADERSHIP LABS PROJECT, Focusing on context-specific solutions, creating safe spaces, facilitating locally led & co-created processes. We & @CIVICUSalliance support Locally Led & owned initiatives in Karamoja.

#HappeningNow; #LLLProject Consultation in Karamoja Region, Ruth Ataa - Vice Chairperson; Riam Riam in her opening remarks emphasized Karamoja CSOs as overlooked for too long and happy to be prioritized with #LLLProject, we are finally being prepared 4 National Level Engagements

As a local actor we shall continue giving hope to the girl child at whatever means we can! Giving the girl child a chance to thrive at the Friesen Harveys Home of Home from Nutrition at Production point to PSS, to non judgemental SRHR services to Skilling & MDD #LocalizationUg

At our field office we welcomed 50 brave young women for a 6-month rehabilitation program. These girls, facing challenges like violence, exploitation, and loss, started classes in tailoring & hairdressing. Activities include orientation, T-shirt distribution, chicken feed mixing.


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