Certified NGOs

Cerified NGOs

QuAM  Certification Up date as at, 30th December, 2016

From the time QuAM Initiative started being implemented in 2009, the following NGOs have been certified

  1. 13 NGOs have been awarded advanced certificates
  2. 114 NGOs have been awarded standard certificates
  3. 27 NGOs have been awarded provisional certificates

In total 154 NGOs have gone through the QuAM certification process as listed below.

NGOS AWARDED Certificates on 14th December, 2016

No.

Name of NGO

Certificate Level

District

1

Advance Afrika

Advanced

Kampala

2

Rwenzori Forum for Peace and Justice (RFPJ)

Standard

Kabalore

3

Namutumba District NGOs Forum

Standard 

Namutumba

4

Global Forum for Development – GLOFORD Uganda

Provisional

Lira

5

African Foundation for Civic Education and Development (AFFO-CED)

Provisional

Tororo

6

Pentecostal Assemblies of God (PAD)

Provisional

Kumi

7

Help the Crying 

Provisional

Bushenyi

       

NGOs Awarded Certificates   on 23rd June 2106

       

1.

Link to Progress (LTP)

Standard

Kampala

   2.

Action for Rural Women Empowerment

Standard

Kampala

3.

Centre for Constitutional Governance (CCG)

Standard

Kampala

4.

Voluntary Action for Development (VAD)

Advanced

Kampala

5.

African International Christian Ministry

Standard

Kabala

6.

Forum for African Women Educationists, Uganda (FAWEU)

Advanced

Kampala

7.

Bussoga Trust

Standard

Iganga

8.

Uganda Developments and Health Associates

Standard

Iganga

9.

International Alter

Advanced

Kampala

       
       

NGOs Awarded Certificates   on 17th December 2015

No.

Name of NGO

Certificate Level

District

  1.  

Child Concern Initiative Organization (CCIO)

Provisional

Bundibugyo

  1.  

Bundibugyo Association Of Women Living with HIV/Aids (BAWIHLA)

Provisional

Bundibugyo

  1.  

God’s Care Ministries

Standard

Kyenjojo

  1.  

Human Rights Centre Uganda (HRCU)

Standard

Kampala

  1.  

Agency for Cooperation in Research and Development  (ACORD)

Standard

Kampala

  1.  

Platform for Labour Action (PLA)

Standard

Kampala

  1.  

Iganga District NGO Forum

Standard

Iganga

  1.  

Parents Concern for Young People (PCYP)

Standard

Kabarole

  1.  

Uganda Youth Network (UYONET)

Standard

Kampala

  1.  

Women Leadership and Development

Provisional

Kampala

  1.  

Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG)

Provisional

Kampala

  1.  

Action for Human Rights and Education Initiative Uganda

Standard

Arua

  1.  

Approaches to Rural Community Development

Standard

Arua

  1.  

NILEPRO TRUST

Standard

Arua

  1.  

NACWOLA

Standard

Arua

  1.  

Arua Patriotic Community Initiative for Poverty Eradication

Provisional

Arua

  1.  

Arua District NGO Network

Standard

Arua

  1.  

Former Seminarians Initiative for Development

Standard

Adjumani

  1.  

Uganda Rural Literacy Community Development Association

Standard

Kampala

  1.  

Moyo District NGO Forum

Standard

Moyo

  1.  

Arua District Farmers Association

Standard

Arua

  1.  

National Youth Organization for Development

Standard

Kasese

  1.  

Kasese District Development Network (KADDENET)

Provisional

Kasese

       

NGOs to be Awarded Certificates   on 26th  July 2015

1

AVSI Foundation

Advanced

Kampala

2

Anti- Corruption Coalition Uganda

Advanced

Kampala

3

Water Aid Uganda

Advanced

Kampala

4

Bufumira Islands Development Association

Standard

Kalangala

5

African Youth Initiative Network

Standard

Lira

6

International Lifeline Fund

Standard

Lira

7

Western Ankole Civil Society Forum

Standard

Bushenyi

8

Kaberamaido District NGO Forum

Standard

Kaberamaido

9

Education Local Expertise Centre Uganda

Standard

Kampala

10

World Voices Uganda

Standard

Kibaale

11

Cross Cultural Foundation of Uganda

Standard

Kampala

12

Development Foundation for Rural Development

Standard

Kyenjonjo

13

Katakwi Conserve Uganda

Standard

Katakwi

14

J.O.Y Drilling Deliverance Church Uganda

Standard

Lira

15

Joint Effort to Save the Environment

Standard

Kabarole

16

Facilitation for Peace and Development

Standard

Lira

17

Teso Initiative for Peace

Standard

Soroti

18

Soroti Rural Development Agency

Standard

Soroti

19

Katakwi District Development Actors Network

Standard

Katakwi

20

Child Rights Empowerment and Development Organization

Standard

Masindi

21

Masindi District NGO Forum

Standard

Masindi

22

Rakai Counselling Association

Standard

Rakai

23

Rural Effort for Action in Development

Standard

Luweero

24

Community Development and Child Welfare Initiative

Standard

Luweero

25

Our Lady of Peace Children’s Ark

Standard

Luweero

26

Kick Corruption Out of Kigezi

Standard

Kabale

27

Amuria District Development Agency

Standard

Amuria

28

TesoAnti-Corruption Coalition

Standard

Soroti

29

Bishop Masereka Christian Foundation

Standard

Kasese

30

Foundation for Urban and Rural Advancement

Standard

Kasese

31

Kibaale District Civil Society Organizations’ Network

Standard

Kibaale

32

HESAWA Foundation

Standard

Amuria

33

Lira District Disabled Women Association

Provisional

Lira

34

Mid-Western Region Centre for Democracy and Human Rights

Provisional

Masindi

35

Masindi District HIV/AIDS Consortium

Provisional

Masindi

36

Child Care and Youth Empowerment Foundation

Provisional

Mukono

NGOs  Awarded Certificates on 7th august 2014

1.

CARE International in Uganda

Advanced

Kampala

2.

Kabarole Research and Resource Center

Advanced

Kabarole

3.

Community Development Resource Network

Standard

Kampala

4.

Koboko Civil Society Network

Standard

Koboko

5.

Buhoma-Mukono Community Development  Association

Standard

Kanungu

6.

Rural Initiative for Community Empowerment-West Nile

Standard

Arua

7.

BATWA Development Programme

Standard

Kanungu

8.

MAYANK Anti-Corruption Coalition  (MACCO)

Standard

Arua

9.

Lira NGO Forum

Standard

Lira

10.

Kanungu District NGO/CBO Forum

Standard

Kanungu

11.

Bugisu Civil Society Network

Standard

Mbale

12.

FIDA Uganda

Standard

Kampala

13.

Uganda Land Alliance

Standard

Kampala

14.

Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA)

Standard

Kampala

15.

Rwenzori Information Centres Network (RIC-NET)

Standard

Kabarole

16.

Human Rights and Democracy Link Africa (RIDE-AFRICA)

Standard

Kabarole

17.

Kyenjonjo NGO and CBO Forum

Standard

Kyenjonjo

18.

Kind Initiative for Development Uganda

Standard

Kyenjojo

19.

Kyenjonjo Farmers Association

Standard

Kyenjonjo

20.

Kayunga NGO Forum

Standard

Kayunga

21.

SEATINI Uganda

Standard

Kampala

22.

Uganda Rain Water Association

Provisional

Kampala

23.

Health for the poor Uganda

Provisional

Kumi

24.

Kamwenge District Indigenous Voluntary Development Organization (KADIVIDO)

Standard

Kamwenge

25.

Toro Integrated Childcare

Standard

Kamwenge

26.

RENA Foundation – Uganda

Provisional

Kamwenge

NGOs Awarded Certificates on 30th November 2012.

1

Gulu Community Social Support Counseling and Education Centre (GUCOSS)         

Provisional

Gulu

2

AID AFRICA                                                                                               

Provisional

Gulu

3

WalokoKwo Support Organization (WASO)                                              

Standard

Gulu

4

Information for Youth Empowerment Programme (IYEP)

Standard

Gulu

5

Gulu District NGO Forum                

Standard

Gulu

6

Comboni Samaritans of Gulu                                                         

Standard

Gulu

7

Rwenzori Anti-Corruption Coalition (RACC)

Standard

Kabarole

8

Kabarole NGO & CBOs Association

Standard

Kabarole

9

ActionAid  International Uganda (AAIU)

Advanced

Kampala

10

Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN)

Standard

Kampala

11

Development Research and Training (DRT)

Standard

Kampala

12

Kiboga District NGO/ CBO Forum

Standard

Kiboga

13

Kisoro District NGO/CBO Forum                                                    

Standard

Kisoro

14

GisororaTwubake Association                                                       

Standard

Kisoro

15

Kisoro Elders Cooperative Saving and Credit Society                   

Provisional

Kisoro

16

Good Samaritan Community Development Programme

Provisional

Kisoro

17

Volunteer Efforts for Development Concerns (VEDCO)                 

Standard

Luwero

18

Concern for the Girl Child

Standard

Luwero

19

Community Development and Child Welfare Initiatives (CODI)                              

Provisional

Luweero

20

Luweero District NGO Forum                                                            

Standard

Luwero

21

Community Vision Uganda                                                             

Provisional

Luwero

22

Sermon on the Mount Foundation                                                  

Standard

Luwero

23

Nakatonya Islamic Community Bombo

Standard

Luwero

24

Busoga Trust Luwero

Standard

Luwero

25

The Healthy Vine Trust

Standard

Luwero

26

Reproductive Health Uganda                                                          

Standard

Luwero

27

Nebbi District NGO Forum

Standard

Nebbi

28

CARITAS Nebbi (Social Services & Development)

Standard

Nebbi

29

Agency for Accelerated Regional Development (AFARD)

Standard

Nebbi

30

Africa Advocacy by Citizens for Transformation of Society (AFRICA – ACTS) **

Standard

Ntungamo

31

Appropriate Revival Initiative for Strategic Empowerment (ARISE)

Standard

Ntungamo

32

Ntungamo District NGOs/CBOs Forum **

Standard

Ntungamo

33

Pallisa Civil Society Organization’s Network (PACONET) **

Standard

Pallisa

34

Kagumu Development Organization (KADO)

Standard

Pallisa

35

Kakusi Project

Standard

Pallisa

       

NGO that Renewed their QuAM Certificates –November 2012. 

1.

Kalangala District NGO Forum

Standard

Kalangala

2.

Uganda National NGO Forum (Upgraded to)

Advanced

Kampala

       

NGO that were Awarded QuAM Certificates in November 2011

1

In Need Home

Provisional

Kampala

2

Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU)

Standard

Kampala

3

Stromme Foundation

Advanced

Kampala

4

Uganda Water and Sanitation Network (UWASNET)

Standard

Kampala

5

Human Rights Network – Uganda (HURINET)

Standard

Kampala

6

Uganda Development Services (UDS)

Standard

Kampala

7

Uganda Children’s Centre (UCC)

Provisional

Kampala

8

Communication for Development Foundation Uganda

Standard

Kampala

9

Little Sisters of St. Francis: Street Children and Orphans Organization

Provisional

Kampala

10

Action to Support Orphans and Disadvantaged

Provisional

Kampala

11

Tororo Civil Society Network (TOCINET)

Standard

Tororo

NGO that were Awarded QuAM Certificates in July 2010

1

Kalangala District NGO Forum

Standard

Kalangala

2

Uganda National NGO Forum

Standard

Kampala

3

Plan Uganda

Advanced

Kampala

4

Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA)

Standard

Kampala

5

National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda (NAWOU)

Standard

Kampala

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