We have worked in Uganda since 1959 and have programmes throughout the country. We work in partnerships – with communities, the government, civil society and the private sector – to deliver programmes that have a lasting impact, inspire change and uphold children’s rights. Our work supports long-term development and humanitarian emergencies, and bridges the gap between the two.
Last year our work in Uganda directly reached 440,000 people, including 300,000 children, and indirectly benefited a further one million. We focus on these thematic priorities: