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.
People Reached with Sanitation & Hygiene sensitizations
People Reached with Access to clean and Safe Water
Safe and Clean Water Wells constructed
Institutional Latrines constructed benefitting 9098 people
Institutional Rain Harvest Tanks constructed to benefit 11,456 people
Maternity Wards and a health Centre constructed
People sensitized on Land laws and their rights
Children currently receiving education support
We’ve collaborated with professional forums such as the District NGO Forums and UWASNET throughout the years to design and implement long-term interventions that have impacted the quality of lives for many rural populations.
We will install 30 drinking water filters and 40 pedal handwashing facilities in 20 schools to reduce water-borne diseases such as diarrhea in 150,000 children. This will reduce student dehydration in schools, resulting in better cognitive abilities and higher school performance.