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CPAR Uganda Ltd

Org #46796
Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Staff Favorite Site Visit Verified
2008
year founded
$10,155
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Train and mentor young people to possess an attitude of self-reliance; as well as the requisite will and skill to innovate and to initiate interventions that cause positive change in their respective communities.

Project Leaders
Norah Owaraga
Norah Owaraga
Christopher Orach
Christopher Orach
Alex B Okello
Alex B Okello
Team
Norah Owaraga, Philip Luswata, Marianne Nkwanzi, Jimmy E Okello, Catherine Itipet, Ruth Namusubo, Gilbert Ekwaraun, Sharon A Enon
Organization Information
Plot 30 Gulu Avenue, Gulu City
Plot 5 Makerere Road, Lira City
Entebbe, 313
Uganda
+256 703 912 859
Organization Information
Plot 30 Gulu Avenue, Gulu City
Plot 5 Makerere Road, Lira City
Entebbe, 313
Uganda
+256 703 912 859

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

First beneficiaries have received micro-loans!

By Norah Owaraga | Project Leader and Managing Director

Two women from disadvantaged backgrounds from Teso, North-Eastern Uganda, are the first pilot beneficiaries to receive interest free micro-loans, payable after one year. Amoding, in her fourties, a... Read the full report ›

Non-agriculture-based livelihoods are the solution

By Jimmy Ezra Okello | Innovator and Project Leader

Today, 20th March 2024, temperatures in Lira, my district of residence in Lango in Northern Uganda, are soaring high at 38 degrees Celcius. It is forecast, moreover, that these sweltering temperatures... Read the full report ›

My Learning from the TAMPON Act of California

By Norah Owaraga | Project Leader and Managing Director

My fellow women in Uganda, I now have a better appreciation for Wabibi Pads, which in our WhatsApp chat last year were praised as the best reusable pads in Karamoja. The manufacturer of Wabibi Pads... Read the full report ›
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