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  • Fund for War-Affected Children and Youth in Northern Uganda
  • c/o Mary Page
  • 140 S. Dearborn Suite 1100
  • Chicago, Illinois 60603
  •  Phone: 504.314.2714
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The Uganda Fund recently conducted grant orientation meeting with its old and new grantees (09) of the Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) livelihood projects as they prepare to start implementation of the second phase projects. The orientation was conducted as part of Uganda Fund mandate to build capacities of local organizations in post conflict Northern Uganda. The grantees were equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to enable them implement their projects successfully. Specific emphasis was on grant expectations including; compliance and procedures, technical reporting (both programmatic and financial) including time frames and formats and best practices in implementing livelihoods projects. The training also equipped the participants with basic M&E knowledge to help them track progress of planned activities and achieve intended goals. With funding support worth USD 22,000 from MacArthur Foundation, the project will provide livelihoods opportunities to 1,850 survivors of conflict related SGBV during this 12 months project starting April 2016. The grantees will also be joining a network of now, 16 organizations addressing conflict related sexual violence in Northern Uganda, supported by the MacArthur Foundation;

-Lango Youth Development Network (LAYDNET); based in Lira, will be conducting their project in Otuke district.

-Action for Community Development Uganda (ACOD-UG); based in Lira with project site in Oyam district.

- Facilitation for Innovations and Sustainable Productivity (FINASPS); based in Soroti with project site in Amuria district.

- Grassroots Reconciliation Group (GRG); based in Gulu with project site in Lamwo district.

- Alert Agency for Desired Development (A4D); based in Gulu with project site in Gulu district.

- Community Empowerment for Rural Development (CEFORD); based in Ajumani with project site in the same district.

- Gulu Women’s Economic Development and Globalization (GWED-G); located in Gulu and will operate in the same district.

- The Women’s Advocacy Network (WAN) and the Justice and Reconciliation (JRP); located in, and will operate in Gulu district.

- Women and Rural Development Network (WORUDET); Located in, and will operate in Pader district.

Check out a few photos from the event;


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  •  Fund for War-Affected Children and Youth in Northern Uganda
  • c/o Mary Page
  • 140 S. Dearborn Suite 1100
  • Chicago, Illinois 60603
  •  Phone: 504.314.2714



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  •  Uganda Fund
    Plot 3 Erinayo Oryema Road
    P.O. Box 1541
    Gulu, Uganda
  •  Phone: +256.790.916.017
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