CPAR Uganda Ltd

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Income Generation For The Benefit Of Helping Ugandans Living In Poverty

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CPAR Uganda Ltd owns four Base Camps – land and buildings in Gulu – Plot 30 Gulu Avenue in Gulu Municipality, Pader – in Pader Town Council, Loro in Oyam – Plot 26 Apac Road in Loro Sub-County and Lira – Plot 5 Makerere Road in Lira Municipality. These properties are in prime locations and are well suited to be utilised as offices, training and demonstration centres.

During the past seven years, since its founding in 2008 to March 2015, CPAR Uganda has generated a total of 881,994,753 (eight hundred and eighty one, nine hundred and ninety four thousand seven hundred and fifty three) shillings from these properties, mostly from rent as follows:

GULU BASE CAMP: A total of 399,816,584 (three hundred and ninety nine million eight hundred and sixteen thousand five hundred and eighty four) shillings.

PADER BASE CAMP: A total of 242,403,234 (two hundred and forty two million four hundred and three thousand two hundred and thirty four) shillings.

LORO BASE CAMP: A total of 210,798,668 (two hundred and ten million, seven hundred and ninety eight thousand six hundred and sixty eight) shillings.

LIRA BASE CAMP: A total of 28,976,267 (twenty eight million, nine hundred and seventy six thousand, two hundred and sixty seven) shillings.

The funds that CPAR Uganda generates from these properties it contributes to cover costs of implementing its development programmes in the Greater Northern Uganda – Acholi, Lango and Karamoja.

For more information and to rent please email as on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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