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CHILDLINE UGANDA, MITYANA TOWN, Uganda

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Address: KAMPALA
MITYANA TOWN, P. O BOX 28070 K  
Uganda
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 30
Number of People Being Served: 825
EIN: CR/223/03/554
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Mission Statement


“To work with communities and key stake holders like local government to help people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS live a better life.”

Description


CHILDLINE UGANDA, as a community based organisation (CBO), was founded in 2009. The organisation is legal and fully registered with the local government, with a registration number CR/223/03/554. The purpose of the organisation is to support and help people live better and quality lives. To date, CHILDLINE UGANDA has supported and reached out to orphaned children, HIV infected children, disabled children and HIV positive women within the urban and rural communities of Mityana district. The organisation currently operates in one part of Uganda that is the central part of Uganda in Mityana District. The organization implements activities like Health, Social-economic security, Human and child rights, Education, Food security and nutrition, and Psychosocial support to these groups in the community. Currently the organisation is registered with a total of 825 clients

CHILDLINE UGANDA, as a community based organisation (CBO), was founded in 2009. The organisation is legal and fully registered with the local government, with a registration number CR/223/03/554. The purpose of the organisation is to support and help people live better and quality lives. To date, CHILDLINE UGANDA has supported and reached out to orphaned children, HIV infected children, disabled children and HIV positive women within the urban and rural communities of Mityana district. The organisation currently operates in one part of Uganda that is the central part of Uganda in Mityana District. The organization implements activities like Health, Social-economic security, Human and child rights, Education, Food security and nutrition, and Psychosocial support to these groups in the community. Currently the organisation is registered with a total of 825 clients

Mission Statement: “To work with communities and key stake holders like local government to help people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS live a better life.”

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Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes