Integration for peace and Hope Restoration Uganda
Integration for Peace and Hope Restoration Uganda is a registered national humanitarian organization started by young elites who believe that social transformation towards sustainable development in Uganda is possible through engagement of the local community in the development process. The organization is not for profit, non-political and not affiliated to any religion.
The organization was formally registered by the ministry of internal affairs and Uganda registration services bureau in November 2019 with the registration number 80020002229747. Integration for Peace and Hope Restoration as a humanitarian organization believes that when communities access basic human needs such as education, health, food/ livelihoods and are economically empowered, the most vulnerable members of the communities develop resilience hence moving the country towards the attainment of the sustainable development goals. The organization strongly believes in diversity and inclusivity by entrenching the culture of democracy and participatory learning methodologies/ approaches while mainstreaming gender and disability at all levels.
current programs: Women Empowerment Project in two sub counties of Ukusijoni and Pakele in Adjumani and Metu sub county, Moyo Town council in Moyo District.
– conducted baseline survey in two hundred households to establish the state of economic empowerment
– Trained sixty Women in Village savings and loans Association
-Have Equipped the Adolescent Girls and young Girls in Moyo and Adjumani with tailoring skills and hairdressing.
Challenges: limited funding