Extending Safe Water to Rural areas

Access to water at all, let alone safe water, is greatly lacking in many villages; the water sources that exist are often severely contaminated, making cyclical bouts of severe illness...


Fighting AIDS In The Home

F.A.I.T.H is an abbreviation for Fighting AIDS In The Home. With support from USAID through UHMG, Humanitarian Care Uganda (HCU) implements the FAITH project in the districts of Kanungu, Lira, Wakiso,...


Our Partners

We really appreciate all the efforts of our partners and well wishers


Supporting Educational Programs



Uganda views the Hybrid Eclipse in ...

Many lucky people around the world were treated to a an unusual “hybrid” solar eclipse on 3rd Nov. 2013 at Owinyi Primary School in Packwach- Nebbi District in Uganda —...



Humanitarian care is a premier national indigenous, interdenominational    relief and welfare agency. Formed in2006 and formally registered with the NGO board in 2007, the agency undertakes program interventions targeting individuals and groups in areas marginalized structurally and environmentally by central government programs.     

It was established with the purpose of providing services centered on improving the health, social and economic conditions of the less privileged people of Uganda.

The agency was premised on the rational to reduce the vulnerability of the ever rising numbers of orphans and other vulnerable children in Uganda coupled with the high rising HIV infections as such, set a foundation for the establishment of Humanitarian Care Uganda (HCU). Since 2006, Humanitarian Care Uganda (HCU) has been implementing activities aimed at improving the livelihoods in hard to reach areas and the poorly accessible populations more so in dire situations due to hazards like - epidemics, famine, natural catastrophes and many others.


A society where all people live a life of dignity


To promote peoples living conditions through capacity enhancement


To carry out activities in the fields of initiating programs and actions aimed at improving livelihoods;

To address issues aimed at preventing, caring and managing HIV/AIDS in communities

To promote programs that improve health care and livelihoods services; and

To develop sustainable mechanism for promoting community participation and ownership of interventions.

Core values

Passion and commitment

Honesty and Transparency


Participatory planning and service excellence

 Geographical Scope: Nationwide

Project areas: Lira, Kabale, Kanungu, Wakiso, Kamuli, Mbale, Mukono, Kyenjojo and Kabarole districts

Project approach and activities

The main activities include

Lobbying and advocacy through;

Representing the voice of children at meetings and consultations

Organizing forums for discussions and sensitization on issues related to community challenges and how they can be addressed.

Training and capacity building through

Enhancing the skills of community resource persons to meet growing community demands

Providing training to groups and facilitating panel discussions, workshops e.t.c

Direct intervention for example

Creating support networks for married couples and partners in long term relationships to discuss and share experiences on issues affecting their relationship and may lead to infidelity and in a collective platform, and seek for ideal community solutions to the identified challenges.

Holding ‘’Gender, sexuality and HIV/AIDS’’ workshops for community leaders, couples and sensitization activities for the public.


Humanitarian care Uganda is located on;

 Plot 181 Bombo Road, P.O.Box29985, Kampala

Tel; 256 39246852

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News & Events

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How You Can Help

  • Child Sponsorship
  • Monthly Giving
  • One-Time Donation
  • Meet Specific Needs
  • Get Involved

More About us

  • Who We Are
  • How We Work
  • Financial Accountability
  • Our Faith in Action
  • Careers & Internships

Contact us

   JAMES KATO (Executive Director)

   Plot 181 Bombo Road, P.O.Box 29985

   Phone: +256 392946852

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