During the past seven years, since its founding in 2008 to March 2015, CPAR Uganda Ltd has received a total of 11,008,360,952 (eleven billion, eight million, three hundred and sixty thousand, nine hundred and fifty two) shillings as grant funding to implement relief and development programmes in the Greater Northern Uganda – Acholi, Lango and Karamoja. This funding was provided by:
HOW WE DO IT AT CPAR UGANDA
We are facilitators of conscious-awakening processes. We are mentors of active rural men and women, whom we motivate and encourage into self-reliant agents of positive change. We encourage them to voluntarily and actively participate in stimulating change processes that result in the enlightenment, empowerment and development of their respective peoples and communities.
CPAR UGANDA’S DIRECT TARGET GROUP
Active young adults, both male (50 percent) and female (50 percent), aged at least 25 years of age and of maximum 45 years of age, who are living in RELATIVE POVERTY. They are young adults who are no longer in formal schooling; are responsible for households/homesteads and have dependants.
Hon. Rebecca Otengo – Minister of State for Northern Uganda – paid a visit to a project that was implemented by CPAR Uganda in Agago. The Project: “Improving Food Security and Agricultural Livelihoods of War Affected Communities” was supported under the Government of Uganda’s Agricultural Livelihoods Recovery Programme (ALREP) that was funded by the European Commission through United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (UNFAO).The Minister visited the project with a delegation which was composed of the Minister, local government officials from various districts and other civil society organisations. The visit was hosted by farmers who were members of Farmer Field School (FFS) groups which benefited from the project.