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Since our founding in 2008 to date, we, at CPAR Uganda have received external grant funding to implement relief and development programmes in the Greater Northern Uganda. These funds came from two major sources.

Source 1: Crowd Fundraising

In 2017, our application was successful and we became partners with GlobalGiving, a “non-profit organization based in the United States that provides a global crowdfunding platform for grassroots charitable projects.” Through the GlobalGiving platform, from 2018 to 2021 we raised approximately 31 million shillings (US$ 8,400) that we used for implementing our “Mentoring young adults into innovators against poverty” project.

We continue to raise funds through GlobalGiving for other projects. We welcome your generous donation in support of disadvantaged young people in Uganda to enable them acquire life skills to improve their own well-being, that of their families and communities in rural Uganda. Please make click here GlobalGiving platform to make your donation. Thank You.

Source 2: Grant Funding

Since our founding in 2008 to 2021, we have received external grant funding to the tune of 11.5 billion Uganda shillings (approximately 3.1 thousand US dollars); which funds we utilized to implement relief and development activities for the benefit disadvantaged communities in Northern Uganda. Our funding partners in order of total grants to CPAR Uganda are:

  • Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) – 33%
  • United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) – 24.2%
  • Danchurchaid (DCA) – 12.5%
  • Marie Stopes – 8.7%
  • United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) – 6.9%
  • United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (UN FAO) – 3.1%
  • Agri-Business Initiative (aBi) Trust – 2.7%
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID) – 2.4%
  • The British Academy through University of East Anglia – 2.3
  • European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) through University of St. Andrews – 1.6%
  • EU Northern Uganda Rehabilitation Programme – 2%
  • Donations through GlobalGiving – 0.3%
  • LED through Abim District Local Government – 0.3%

Thank you to each and everyone of our funding partners whose financial assistance made it possible for CPAR Uganda to contribute towards building health communities in Uganda.

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