Access to clean and safe water through PaCT and her development partners.
The programme offers holistic education sponsorship to vulnerable children.
PACT has taken several initiatives aimed at improving peoples’ skills and incomes.
held in Mubende district in 2018 to promotes Human Rights Advocacy & Awareness
Just like the rest of the world, Uganda has been gravely affected by COVID 19 pandemic after having registered her first case on 21st March 2020. This was followed by a total Country’s lockdown and nationwide night-time curfew from 1st – 14th April 2020 with an additional extension of 21 days from 15th April to 5th May 2020. While these lockdowns are necessary measures to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic like they proved successful in China, such economic interruptions are unprecedented in many ways and as such do require state and all stakeholder support to vulnerable households in economic and health aspects.
PaCT is an indigenous non-for-profit making organization established in 1995 to positively transform communities for better standards of living. We based in Uganda with affiliation to The Mityana Charity a registered charity in the United Kingdom established to mobilize support for PaCT’s community projects in Uganda. PaCT currently operates in seven districts in Uganda that include Mityana, Mubende, Kiboga, Gomba, Kassanda, Kyankwanzi, and Kakumiro with a strong and strategically directed plan to expand our interventions to reach more rural communities in other districts of Uganda. Our services target the needy in remote areas aimed contributing to improving the quality of life for our beneficiaries.
We run a unique program that provides quality education opportunities to unprevileged children aimed at creating a self-sustainable societies.
51% of Ugandans lack access to safe water and 82% do not have access to sanitation facilities. PaCT commits to safe water and sustainable facilities.
With Uganda’s life expectancy standing at 62.5 yrs (WHO), PaCT is steadyfast in establishing and improving infrastructural status of rural healthy Units for quality medical services
Despite tremendous growth in Uganda’s economy over the years, nearly 27.7% of the population still lives in abject poverty (UNHS 2017). PaCT has therefore taken several initiatives aimed at improving household income.
PaCT partners with national and international stakeholders to promote and advocate for the rights of children and women through school human rights and community awarenesses