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CPAR Uganda to benefit from Lightful BRIDGE program

“I am delighted to confirm that you have been selected to be part of the Lightful BRIDGE program, being delivered in partnership with GobalGiving! I’d like to thank you for your interest in the program and for the time and effort you put into applying; we received so many amazing applications from so many wonderful organizations, and I’m happy to confirm that CPAR Uganda Ltd is one of the successful few we’ve selected to take part!”

Email from Lightful Team to CPAR Uganda Ltd

We are delighted and in celebration. Starting 13th February 2023, we will participate in a this this program in which the Lightful Team will help us with developing our digital strategy and improving our digital fundraising skills. 

Knowledge and skills are among the other non-financial benefits that our partnership with GlobalGiving afford us. Without our partnership with GlobalGiving we would not have been eligible to apply and to be selected to benefit from the Lightful Bridge Program.

For four years now, GlobalGiving has provided us access to its online fundraising platform through which we are doing crowd fundraising for the benefit of disadvantaged communities in Uganda. Please:

  • to learn more and make a donation in support of 100 women of Ochelakur Sub-County accessing finance.
  • to learn more and make a donation in support of 25 youth accessing welding apprenticeships in Pader.


Featured image: audience members during Norah Owaraga’s TED Talk. The full text is available in a epdf here.

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