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Uganda, officially the Republic of Uganda is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. It is bordered to the east by Kenya, to the north by South Sudan, to the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the south-west by Rwanda, and to the south by Tanzania. The southern part of the country includes a substantial portion of Lake Victoria, shared with Kenya and Tanzania. Uganda is in the African Great Lakes region. Uganda also lies within the Nile basin, and has a varied but generally a modified equatorial climate.



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  • The Uganda Community Relief Association (UCRA)
  • The Uganda Community Relief Association (UCRA)The Uganda Community Relief Association (UCRA) is a registered charitable organisation /company registered in England and Wales specialising in training, education, consultancy and research; with a special emphasis on the numeracy and literacy needs of adults and children in the minority and ethnic communities.

  • The British Business Assiciation of Uganda (BBAU)
  • The British Business Assiciation of Uganda (BBAU) was initially founded some 30 years ago by the British High Commition in Kampala as a forum for discussuin with the senior managers of British companies here at that time. Over the years it has evolved and it became a separate independent association in the late 1990’s.

  • ICSA: The Governance Institute Uganda
  • ICSA Uganda was launched in June 2008. Its objectives are to be the area organisation for members, graduates and students of ICSA in Uganda. It provides opportunities for discussion and communication between members, graduates and students. help ICSA to advance the profession of the chartered secretary in Uganda. ICSA promote international best practice in corporate governance, business ethics and corporate social responsibility in Uganda.

  • Uganda UK Health Alliance (UUKHA)
  • In 2013 the Uganda UK Health Alliance (UUKHA) was launched in Kampala, Uganda as a partnership of UK and Uganda-based organisations that shared a common interest in health developments in Uganda. Initially hosted by the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust (UHSM), UUKHA was underpinned by a Memorandum of Understanding signed by 31 UK-based and 17 Uganda-based public and third-sector organisations and the Ugandan Ministry of Health.

  • Ugandan UK Convention
  • UCUK specialises in aligning investors with government agencies with the aim of stimulating economic, social and political growth. We strive to continuously provide quality services on a wide array of areas to investors. Our clients rely on the integrity and skills of our unparalleled team of consultants and other experts supported by our vast range of contacts and partners.

  • Uganda - Royal African Society
  • Our goal is to promote Africa in business, politics, culture and academia. We are a membership society that works to foster better understanding and strong relationships between Britain, Africa and the world.

  • Self Help Africa - Uganda
  • Self Help Africa has been implementing agriculture and rural development projects in Uganda for close to 20 years. We work with and through local community-based organisations, government agencies, international NGOs, private sector partners and emerging social enterprises in Uganda.

  • Uganda ActionAid UK
  • ActionAid began work in Uganda, east Africa, in 1982. We work with more than one million marginalised people in 50 districts across the country, focusing on ending violence against women and girls, women’s economic empowerment, education, tax justice and ending hunger.

  • Compassion UK
  • Sponsor a child and empower them to overcome poverty. Independent research proves our child sponsorship programme works. Your sponsorship will bring hope.

  • Uganda Cancer Trust UK
  • Uganda Cancer Trust UK is a UK based charity raising money to support cancer treatment, education and care in Uganda. More than 60% of cancer deaths occur in developing countries, but only 5% of cancer spending.

  • Uganda Muslim Community In United Kingdom
  • TotalGivingâ„¢ gives charities the ability to take online donations and create fundraising events completely free with all money going directly from the donor to the charity. The relief of financial hardship amongst muslims of uganda origin and their dependants living (temporarily or permanently) in the united kingdom.

  • Uganda Community in Greater Manchester
  • Uganda Community in Greater Manchester (UCOMM) aims to promote the wellbeing of people of Black and Minority Ethnic origin with particular emphasis on those of African heritage, be it by way of promoting health or improved social integration within the wider multicultural community.

  • Uganda High Commission in London
  • The role of the Uganda High Commission is to protect the interests of Uganda and Ugandan nationals, within the limits permitted by international law; negotiating with the UK and Irish Governments as directed by the Government of Uganda; ascertaining by lawful means conditions and developments in the UK and Ireland, and reporting thereon to the Government of Uganda; promoting friendly relations between Uganda and the UK and Ireland, and developing economic, cultural and scientific relations between Uganda, on one hand, and UK and Ireland, on the other.

  • Ugandan Diaspora
  • The Uganda Diaspora Network is a forum aimed at bringing together Ugandans who live and work abroad by celebrating their contributions overseas and also encouraging them to give of their time, talents, ideas and expertise whilst inspiring the next generation of Ugandan leaders. Every year the Ugandan Diaspora Network will organize an annual Social Networking Gala and will also produce a quarterly publication highlighting the successes of the various Ugandans residing overseas.

  • The Uganda Diaspora Health Foundation (UDHF)
  • The Uganda Diaspora Health Foundation (UDHF) was established in 2011 to bring together the expertise of UK based Ugandan health professionals. Ongoing involvement and leadership in joint projects with East London NHS Trust-Butabika Link helped to form the initial framework and work plan for UDHF.

  • The Tag Rugby Trust - Uganda
  • The Tag Rugby Trust was conceived and developed first in Uganda back in 2002. All activity in the country is now managed by a two-person team based in the capital, Kampala, and supported by a broader team of volunteers throughout the country.

  • TK Maxx UK
  • Our aim at TK Maxx is to help parents ensure their children complete primary education. We do this by helping them increase their income from the production and sale of coffee, cocoa, cotton and crafts. We’re proud to be able to sell their products in our stores from award-winning Rwenzori coffee to traditional handmade crafts.

  • African Children’s Choirâ„¢ - Uganda
  • Uganda is a special place for the African Children’s Choirâ„¢. It was in Uganda that Ray Barnett first envisioned the African Children’s Choirâ„¢. The first Choirs toured from Uganda and it’s where most new Choirs are currently trained. Uganda has benefited from many different relief and development projects over the past 28 years and is home to hundreds of children who are supported through our sponsorship programs.

  • Trio Uganda
  • Trio Uganda works with small community organisations that are driven by the commitment, knowledge and experience of local people. Our partners are registered grassroots initiatives, addressing complex and challenging issues with very limited resources.

  • Children First Uganda
  • Our aim is to help children and families living in severe poverty in Uganda, to improve their health & wellbeing, home life and education opportunities. The children in the villages we support are living in dire conditions, often without adult care, at high-risk of poor nutrition, malaria, HIV and other illnesses.

  • WaterAid UK
  • We are supporting the Ugandan Government's commitment to better water, toilets and hygiene for all. We are therefore working with the Ugandan Government towards their ambitious goal of reaching everyone with clean water by 2040. And we have the experience to do it.

  • The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)
  • We are part of one of the largest aid networks in the world. Because of our global reach and local presence, together we have the potential to reach everyone. We are the official aid agency for the Catholic Church in England and Wales. With your help, we reach out to people living in hard-to-reach places, in war zones and those who are discriminated against.

  • There are many orphans and vulnerable children in need of support in the rural areas of Uganda. We work with our local project partner, RIDE, to promote child rights in primary and secondary schools, and the wider community, in order to reduce abuse and neglect.

  • Children of Uganda (UK)
  • Children of Uganda (UK) is a UK registered charity supporting the Buyemba Suubira Uganda Foundation [BSUF] in Uganda. We provide sponsors for the education of orphans and deprived children through their schooling and beyond. We also look after their health and well being.

  • Edirisa UK
  • Edirisa UK focuses on four main elements of development of EDUCATION : CLEAN WATER : HEALTH & SANITATION : SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. The charity was founded in 2005 by Sheila Windridge who still heads up the organisation. Edirisa UK is run on a voluntary basis by trustees and is part of a wider society – the Edirisa Society – which comprises of three independent organisations

  • World Vision UK
  • World Vision is committed to partnering with the people of Uganda to improve their lives today and to help deliver sustainable solutions for the future of their children, families and communities. Our child sponsorship programme plays a vital role in this partnership, with donors from the United Kingdom sponsoring 3,847 girls and boys (as of April 2014) across two community projects.

  • Christian Engineers in Development
  • CED enables us, as Christian engineers, to use our skills and experience to help the world’s poorest people. We also connect UK churches to overseas neighbours they can support and work with.

  • ADD International UK - Uganda
  • We partner with disability activists to develop programmes to end gender-based violence against women with disabilities. We work to create job opportunities for disabled people and to encourage employers to include more disabled people in their workforce. We support albinism activists to organise together to raise awareness, challenge stigma and fight deadly myths about the condition.

  • International Rescue Committee (IRC)
  • The International Rescue Committee provides vital support to Ugandans who are rebuilding from decades of war while hosting a growing influx of refugees.



    Uganda High Comission in London


    Uganda House, 58-59 Trafalgar Square,London WC2N 5DX






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