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John Paul II Justice and Peace Centre (JPIIJPC)

Org #90318
Vetted since 2021
2006
year founded
$3,604
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

To promote awareness and provide creative response to issues of Justice, Peace and Integrity of creation in Uganda.

Project Leaders
Thaddeus Osuala
Thaddeus Osuala
Alfred Avuni
Alfred Avuni
Innocent Ibyegarazo
Innocent Ibyegarazo
Paula Likico
Paula Likico
Ndagire Joanita Joshirah
Ndagire Joanita Joshirah
Team
Alfred Avuni, Thaddeus Osuala, Paula Likico, Innocent Byegarazo
Organization Information
John Paul II Justice and Peace Centre, Plot 2468 Nsereko Road, Nsambya.
P. O. Box 31853
Kampala., Central 31853
Uganda
+256704411054
Organization Information
John Paul II Justice and Peace Centre, Plot 2468 Nsereko Road, Nsambya.
P. O. Box 31853
Kampala., Central 31853
Uganda
+256704411054

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:

A Report on JPIIJPC activities in combating human

By Ndagire Joanita Joshirah | Project Leader

  Combating Human Trafficking Project National Prayer Day on TIP and MS In collaboration with Uganda Episcopal Conference (UEC), Association of the Religious in Uganda (ARU), Uganda Joint... Read the full report ›

OUR SOLAR FOR PEACE PROGRAM ACHIEVES A MILESTONE

By Fr. Ted Osuala cmf | Project Director

The maxim, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a step, cannot be truer indeed. More than two years ago when we floated the idea of providing solar energy for critical infrastructures –... Read the full report ›

Combating Human Trafficking in Uganda JPIIJPC

By Ndagire Joanita Joshirah | Project Leader

The plight of human trafficking continues to thrive in Uganda due to the increasing number of trafficked victims especially women who are mainly trafficked to the middle east, with the recent addition... Read the full report ›
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