PaCT is a Ugandan National registered non-for-profit making organization that is currently operating in seven districts of Uganda that include Mityana, Mubende, Kiboga, Gomba, Kyankwanzi, Kassanda and Kakumiro. Our community based programs strive at improving the well-being of all families we serve, partnering with them for a self-sustainable society. We are a non-denominational and political organization respecting all religions and cultures in communities where we work.
PaCT was previous known as Mityana Uganda Charity a name that was geographically mis-representing our area of operation. In 2017 the organization embarked on a wide consultation exercise with different stakeholders which resulted into organizational being re-branding as “Partners for Community Transformation” PaCT in February 2018.
PaCT attributes it’s growing success for over two decades now on direct community engagements with the local communities and leadership combined with a committed and professional team of staff working happily to create lasting smiles for the people we serve. To achieve long-term community based sustainable development, there is need for integration of key services such as education, health care, human rights and Economic empowerment for a
PaCT head offices in Mityana – Uganda
“An equitable and prosperous society.”
“PaCT exists to transform the lives of Ugandans through improving access to quality education, economic empowerment and health service.”
Our values were selected carefully and these are fundamental beliefs that guide the conduct and behavior of PaCT’s staff, Governance Board as well as beneficiaries and stakeholders to define who PaCT is. The values also influence the way we work with each other and the way we serve our clients and engage with our communities.
Improved access to equitable and quality education for learners in supported communities
- Improved infrastructure among government-aided schools for the attainment of minimum standards
- Increased number of OVCs accessing quality education through scholarships in Mityana and Kassanda districts
- Improved retention of learners through psychosocial support and life skills in the partner schools
- Strengthened capacity of education duty bearers to address barriers to accessing quality education in public schools
Improved Maternal and infant health and access to sustainable WASH services to 116,500 people
- Improved access to sustainable clean and safe water in the targeted communities.
- Improved knowledge, attitude and practices to WASH services.
- Improved Infant and Maternal health services at government Health Centers IIIs
Increased access to Land User Rights and sustainable Livelihoods for targeted households
- Improved harmony and increased land productivity
- Increased incomes status for youth and women groups for sustainable livelihoods
Strengthening Organizational Resilience for enhanced organizational performance
- Strengthen organizational Structure and Systems for effective result realization
- Strengthen Resource Mobilization Strategies
- Leverage partnerships and collaboration for shared delivery of community programmes.