This program focuses on addressing refugee and host community challenges as well as advocacy for improved and increased access to services in our thematic areas. We use a community project structure model where beneficiaries are part the project implementation strategies for sustainability. We use a community driven and human rights based approaches to address refugee and host community challenges in our areas of focus. This includes activities at the grassroots levels.
This program handles interventions and projects that aimed at increasing access to services for the native rural communities in Uganda. We employ the same approaches used in the REHOP. It also focuses on interventions at the grassroots levels.
This is the advocacy arm that focuses on bringing grass root level issues to the limelights through advocacy and partnerships for policy change at national, regional and international levels.
Over 70% of Uganda’s populations are young people below 30 years. These suffer the most pressing challenges that require friendly approaches to be addressed. This program is made up of young people aged less than 25 years. These take lead in advocating for youth rights mainly sexual reproductive health rights