CAP AIDS Uganda Programs and Projects

Education Projects

  • Formal Education:

We support Vulnerable Children in Lira, Aboke District to transit from primary level.
Empowering them Through Education: We champion education as a fundamental tool for empowering children. By providing access to quality education, we equip them with the knowledge and skills necessary to break the cycle of poverty and build a better future.

Under the LCA-Uganda JAP II, we have worked with the KCCA Education and Social Service Directorate and the School’s Management Committees to renovated 02 Government School in Kampala (Gabba Demonstration Primary School were we re-roofed an old classroom L-Block and the Varanda rails that we constructed at Kyambogo Primary School to safeguard CWDs.

  • Vocational Training

CAP AIDS Uganda is dedicated to empowering young girls and women, including survivors of gender-based violence, through vocational training programs. Through our community engagements, we identify and assess individuals, providing them with essential skills in bakery, soap making, tailoring, and hairdressing. Our mission is to promote self-reliance and independence, enabling these resilient individuals to rebuild their lives and contribute meaningfully to their communities

CAP AIDS Uganda Programs and Projects


At CAP AIDS Uganda, we are committed to promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) among adolescents. Through our core program, we engage in community outreach, conduct health screenings, and provide essential Personal Hygiene kits to empower and support the well-being of young people in our communities. Together, we are building a healthier and more informed future for Uganda’s youth.

We are now building a Safe Space Build at our field offices in Boroboro, which will not only be a rescue place but a place for women & girls to access digital information & knowledge in addition to SRHR Services.

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CAP AIDS Uganda Programs and Projects

Community Protection

  • Children Protection:
Welcome to Our Child Protection Initiative

At CAP AIDS Uganda, we stand unwavering in our commitment to safeguarding the rights and well-being of every child, regardless of their circumstances. Our mission is to provide a secure haven for children entangled in the complexities of contact and conflict with the law, extending our support to vulnerable refugee children, and offering protection against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV).

Our Core Beliefs
  • Every Child Deserves Safety: We believe in the inherent right of every child to live free from fear, violence, and exploitation. Our programs are designed to create safe spaces where children can thrive and grow.

  • Compassionate Support: We offer compassionate support to children, recognizing their unique needs and vulnerabilities. Through counseling, & mentorship,  we guide them towards healing and rehabilitation.

  • Community Engagement: We actively engage with communities to raise awareness about child protection. By fostering a sense of collective responsibility, we work towards creating an environment where children are nurtured, protected, and respected.

Our Services
  • Legal Assistance through the help of the KCCA Probation and Social welfare Officers in Kampala: We provide legal aid to children in conflict with the law, ensuring their rights are upheld and their voices are heard within the judicial system.

  • Refugee Support: Our dedicated programs address the specific challenges faced by refugee children, offering them a safe haven, access to education, and psychological support to help them integrate into new environments.

  • SGBV Protection: We are committed to combating Sexual and Gender-Based Violence. Through awareness campaigns, counseling, and legal advocacy, we strive to create a society where every child is shielded from the horrors of abuse.

  • Advocacy and Awareness: We advocate for child protection policies and legislation, working with governmental and non-governmental organizations to create lasting change. Additionally, we conduct awareness campaigns on social media to educate communities about child rights and protection.

  • Environment Protection

Our team & the Community participate in Tree planting in communities as a vital aspect of environmental protection, contributing to various aspects of ecosystem health, air and water quality, climate regulation, and biodiversity. Over 250 trees of different species have been planted in Northen Uganda.

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CAP AIDS Uganda Programs and Projects


Our dedication to foster local self-reliance and resilience, CAP AIDS Uganda empowers communities through various livelihood initiatives.

  1. Self-Help Groups: Our support for Local Self-Help Groups in Kampala and Lira City, led by both Refugees and Ugandan Nationals, strengthens community bonds and leadership through theme “Advancing Community Resilience & Local leadership through Self Help Group”.

  2. Poultry: The poultry project not only provides sustainable income used at the Home of Hope but also supports local agriculture in Lira District.

  3. Agribusiness: We also focus on training young women and survivors of GBV in agribusiness, cultivating fast-growing vegetables such as tomatoes, cabbages, and greens. Through these efforts, we are creating opportunities, enhancing health, and fostering economic independence.”

  4. Cash Transfer Program; Under the LCA JAP II, we’ve supported 300 Households including Nationals and Refugees with a cash to restock in their businesses, support their children with scholastic material and attend to the medication.

CAP AIDS Uganda Programs and Projects

Strategic Network Engagements

At CAP AIDS Uganda, we are deeply committed to fostering impactful collaborations and strategic partnerships that drive positive change in our communities. Through our Strategic Network Engagements, we are actively involved in initiatives that address critical issues such as the effects of COVID-19 and humanitarian actions in Uganda. Here's a glimpse into our key engagements:

The Local Coalition Accelerator (LCA) Program Uganda

We coordinate the Local Coalition Accelerator (LCA) Program Uganda, a dynamic coalition comprising 14 Local and National Organizations (LNOs) in Uganda. Together, we are dedicated to designing and implementing innovative Development and Humanitarian actions that not only respond to the effects of COVID-19 but also extend our efforts beyond, creating a lasting impact on our society. Through this program, we collaborate, innovate, and execute projects that make a real difference in the lives of those affected.

C4C Uganda Working Group: Chairing the Charter for Change Uganda

As the secretariat to the Charter for Change Uganda Working Group, we take immense pride in leading this transformative initiative and driving the Localization Agenda in Uganda.

Back ground:

Launched in November 2019, this working group serves as a unifying platform, bringing together signatories, endorsers, and allies of localization. Together, we are dedicated to promoting Local Humanitarian Leadership, ensuring that the voices and needs of our local communities are not only heard but also actively incorporated into decision-making processes. By championing the cause of localization, we empower our communities to lead from within, fostering resilience and sustainability in the face of challenges. At CAP AIDS Uganda, these strategic engagements reflect our unwavering commitment to building a more equitable and compassionate society. Join us in our journey towards positive change and be a part of our initiatives that are shaping a brighter future for Uganda.

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