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25 years of advancing children’s rights and equality for girls
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264  refugee children in Palabek settlement receive relief items

Hundreds of unaccompanied refugee children receive relief items

Hundreds of refugee children who have arrived unaccompanied from South Sudan have received relief items to meet their immediate needs in Lamwo district, Uganda. 

Young people learning how to use camera equipment at the SmartUp Factory in Uganda

What does the SmartUp Factory do?

See how over 3,500 young people from Uganda have learned new skills and gained opportunities thanks to the innovative SmartUp Factory.

South Sudanese refugees in Adjumani district, Uganda

Over 1 million South Sudanese refugees now in Uganda

With over 1 million refugees from South Sudan now in Uganda, Plan International is calling for increased support from the international community to meet children’s needs.

Father with his young daughter at ECCD centre in Adjumani district

Better relationships in Uganda when fathers engage in parenting

Plan International's parenting education programme in Uganda has shown significant benefits to mothers' wellbeing and family dynamics, as well as improvements in child development. 

Plan International  cerebrates 25 years in Uganda

25 years of advancing children’s rights and equality for girls in Uganda

Plan International is celebrating 25 years of advancing children’s rights and equality for girls in Uganda since our operations started in response to risks faced by children during guerrilla warfare in the country in 1992. 

Girls learn about menstrual hygiene management at school

Periods no longer a pain for school girls

This series of photos shows how cheap, washable sanitary pads are preventing girls from missing school in Uganda. 

Nololo, 21, showing off some produce from his chilli farm

A Working Future for young people in Uganda

Young people in Uganda are gaining skills, getting jobs and saving money thanks to a partnership between Plan International, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency and Accenture.

Young Ugandan sex workers make a new start. Part 1

On the streets to pay for my schooling

Many young girls are forced into sex work in Uganda. This film is the first in a series about Plan International's programme to empower vulnerable girls in the slums of Kampala and help them escape the streets.

Responding to the needs of South Sudanese refugees

Plan International Uganda is responding to the refugee influx in the north of the country that has resulted from the political crisis in South Sudan. 

Our results last year
  • 13,369
    people trained in livelihood skills, such as agriculture and entrepreneurship
  • 2,960
    health professionals and volunteers trained
  • 59,323
    youths participated in sexuality education or awareness
Key contacts

Rashid Javed

Country Director, Plan International Uganda
+256 414 305 000
Plan International Uganda
Plot 126 Luthuli Avenue, Bugolobi
Tel. +256 414 305 000