Frequently asked questions about CPAR Uganda

FAQ 1: CPAR Uganda Ltd is a company, does this mean that it is not a not-for-profit organisation and that it is a profit-making organisation? CPAR Uganda is a not-for-profit organisation established for the benefit of disadvantaged communities in Uganda; and is registered with the Uganda Registration Services Bureau as a company that is limited… Continue reading Frequently asked questions about CPAR Uganda

CPAR Uganda bought 6.2 acres from Abila Fred in Alica

CPAR Uganda would like to notify the general public that on 27th March 2007 we entered into agreement with Abila Fred (since deceased) to buy approximately 6.194 acres of land (48 plots, each measuring 35X15M) in Alica Village in Loro-Sub-County in Oyam District. The said land belonged to the descendants of late Nebokadoneza Okuku. This… Continue reading CPAR Uganda bought 6.2 acres from Abila Fred in Alica

History – CPAR Uganda Enters Lango

Mr. Johson Stanley Okullo Engole recollects and shared how he remembers the entry of the Uganda Country Programme of Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR Uganda) in to Lango. He did so during a Loro Sub-County Elders Forum that was hosted by CPAR Uganda Ltd at its Loro Base Camp on Tuesday, 15th August… Continue reading History – CPAR Uganda Enters Lango

CPAR Uganda Welcomes Mr. Engole to its Board of Directors

We, at CPAR Uganda Ltd, are delighted to welcome Mr. Johnson Stanley Okullo Engole, as the new member of our Board of Directors. Mr. Engole became a member of our General Assembly in 2016 and with him he brought to CPAR Uganda Ltd a wealth of knowledge and experience, including the history of how the… Continue reading CPAR Uganda Welcomes Mr. Engole to its Board of Directors

Thank You Mrs. Rose Aceng Okello

Please join me in thanking Mrs. Rose Aceng Okello, our Former Finance and Administration Officer, who has agreed to briefly come out of her retirement, in order to assist me to induct our new Volunteer Part-Time Paid Administrative Assistant, Ms. Ann Parlaker Gumkit. During next week, Monday, 1st June to Friday, 5th June 2020, in… Continue reading Thank You Mrs. Rose Aceng Okello

Welcoming Ann Parlaker Gumkit

I am very pleased to announce that Ms. Ann Parlaker Gumkit will be joining us as our Volunteer Part-Time Paid Administrative Assistant on 1st June 2020. 1st June is the official start of her contract, but Ann is already on the ground at our Lira Offices, that are located at our Lira Learning Centre, where she… Continue reading Welcoming Ann Parlaker Gumkit

How CPAR Uganda Ltd came into Legal Being

In 2008, as part of its indigenisation programme Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) facilitated the transformation of its Uganda Country Office and Country Programme into an independent non-profit organisation. On 5th September 2008, CPAR, in accordance with the prevailing laws of Uganda of the time, wrote to the Registrar of Companies informing of… Continue reading How CPAR Uganda Ltd came into Legal Being

CPAR Uganda Ltd April to December 2015 Report

CPAR Uganda Ltd changed our financial year to begin 1st January and end 31st December as opposed to beginning on 1st April and ending on the last day of March. This necessitated an interim period and this report covers our nine month transition interim period, 1st April to 31st December 2015. Total expenditure was Ushs.… Continue reading CPAR Uganda Ltd April to December 2015 Report

CPAR Uganda Ltd 2014/2015 Annual Report

Our financial year, 1st April 2014 to 31st March 2015, was a year of growth for CPAR Uganda Ltd. Particularly, the manner of our frugal financial management, demonstrated organisational maturity, which favourably enhanced our ability to contribute to our vision that “Ugandan rural men, women and children lead healthy and dignified lives, during which their… Continue reading CPAR Uganda Ltd 2014/2015 Annual Report


Norah Owaraga since April 2012 is the Managing Director of CPAR Uganda. She has over 22 years work experience in the development arena providing distinguished services as a senior development manager who through her work has positively contributed to empowering, through training, active poor rural Ugandans to improve their standards of living.  She is an… Continue reading CELEBRATING POWERFUL CPAR UGANDA WOMEN – NORAH OWARAGA