Improving nutrition needs for 250 HIV+ children. Improving nutrition needs for 250 HIV+ children. Improving nutrition needs for 250 HIV+ children. Improving nutrition needs for 250 HIV+ children.

Partners for Community Transformation (PaCT)

Org #76909
Vetted since 2020
1995
year founded
$1,882
raised on GlobalGiving
11
months fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

PaCT exists to support and transform the lives of vulnerable Ugandans, to attain a stable, healthy and recognizable life in the society. PaCT is a Ugandan National registered non-for-profit making organization affiliated to The Mityana Charity a registered Charity in the United Kingdom to coordinate resources and support for PaCT development projects in Uganda. We currently operate in six districts in Uganda that include Mityana, Mubende, Kiboga, Gomba, Kyankwanzi and Kassanda. Our community-based programs strive at improving the well-being of all families we serve, partnering with them for a self-sustainable society. We are a non-denominational and political organization respecting all rel... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
PaCT Uganda
PaCT Uganda
Team
Geoffrey Kinaalwa Ssemakula, Richard Okello Lukiko, Dorothy Nangendo
Organization Information
P.O Box 289, Kitinkokola, Ttamu Division, Mityana Muncipality, Mityana District
Mityana Municipality
Kampala, +256
Uganda
+256392895505
Organization Information
P.O Box 289, Kitinkokola, Ttamu Division, Mityana Muncipality, Mityana District
Mityana Municipality
Kampala, +256
Uganda
+256392895505

Project Reports

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Feb 3, 2021
Improving nutrition needs for 250 HIV+ children.
The COVID 19 pandemic was a global shock as it almost brought the entire world to a shutdown. Panic was increasing every other day in all perspectives not sparing politicians and health practioners....
Oct 6, 2020
Improving nutrition needs for 50 HIV+ children
The lockdown as a result of COVID 19 in Uganda, has left HIV+ children grimly affected by creating a gap within their communities. They were no longer able to receive their medication in time and as...
 
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