A mentor’s journey of continuous learning

As the lead mentor for our "Mentoring young adults in Uganda into innovators against poverty", as I begun to prepare my notes for a mentoring session on fundraising, I felt unsure. So, I decided to tap into the wealth of knowledge provided us through the GlobalGiving Platform.  I thought, let me do a quick refresher… Continue reading A mentor’s journey of continuous learning

Photos which speak to the values of CPAR Uganda

One of the major benefits that we are getting from our partnership with GlobalGiving is the opportunity to access great knowledge resources that challenge and inspire us to do better. This morning, for example, via email, I received GlobalGiving's recommended "The Best of Learn:2021"; and among them an article: "16 Practical Photography Tips for Ethical… Continue reading Photos which speak to the values of CPAR Uganda

GlobalGiving has approved CPAR Uganda Ltd’s due diligence renewal 2020

Yesterday, 28th September 2020, the GlobalGiving Team notified us thus: "We have approved CPAR Uganda Ltd's due diligence renewal. CPAR Uganda Ltd can continue to fundraise on the GlobalGiving platform, receive a GlobalGiving and/or participate in a funding partner giving program."The GlobalGiving Team To learn more about our work which is being supported through fundraising… Continue reading GlobalGiving has approved CPAR Uganda Ltd’s due diligence renewal 2020

Gift Library Access to Ugandan Young Adults

We invite you as well to be inspired by Ambassador Ocheger and to gift a young adult with library access to our Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library for one year at UGX 200,000 (two hundred thousand shillings), about US$ 53 (fifty three US dollars); or for six months at UGX 100,000 (one hundred thousand shillings) about US$ 27 (twenty seven US dollars) or for one month at UGX 30,000 (thirty thousand shillings), which is less than US$ 10 (ten US dollars).

Transforming Cost Centres – Base Camps into Income Generating Learning Centres

At the peak of the insurgency, in the early 1990s, the Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) were among the key international aid agencies that took on a significant role of providing aid and relief for the affected communities of the region. In order to facilitate its operations in the region, CPAR accessed and acquired land in the region on which it established base camps in Lango and in Acholi.


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… Continue reading OUR FUNDING PARTNERS 2008 – 2015