Mifumi was established as an indigenous organization born out of the Mifumi community effort to work with the people living in rural areas to reduce the burden of poverty.
The Mifumi Project is a registered NGO whose objectives are to support the community through development projects including education, healthcare promotion and income generating schemes in Mifumi, in Eastern Uganda. Our goal is to help the people of Mifumi to help themselves. The Mifumi Project works in partnership with PROMPT UK, it’s sister organisation that supports fundraising and development.
P.O. Box 274, Tororo, Uganda
To assist women, children and other indigent groups attain effective legal protection.Contacts:
P. O. Box 2157, Kampala, Uganda
To have a group of women involved in practical work, to improve their standards of living. St. Bruno aims at encouraging women to get involved in fulltime work and to create women entreprenuers to enable women to create rather than seek for jobs.Contacts:
P.O. Box 23280, Kampala
To address problems of women and children in the slum areasContacts:
P.O. Box 10388, Kampala, Uganda
To promote, protect and support women's reproductive rights.Contacts:
P.O. Box 1191, Kampala, Uganda
To empower rural women with economic activities through use of environment conservation to eliminate poverty and make women independent.Contacts:
P.O. Box 769 Fortportal, Uganda