About us

Who we are

We exist to empower the poor and vulnerable communities to be able to effectively participate in their own community development initiatives.

Holistic Initiative to Community Development- HOLD UGANDA LIMITED, is a Non-Government Organization that started in 2011 as a community based organization with the aim of empowering poor and vulnerable communities to become healthy and self-reliant. HOLD Uganda envisions being a result oriented Organization with a healthy and self-reliant community, through; Community Health System strengthening, Education Support, Economic Empowerment and Institutional Strengthening Programs. Integrating Gender inclusion, Children and Young People safeguarding and advocacy across all programs.

Our Head Office is in Kamuli Municipality, Eastern Uganda and we are operating in Kamuli, Buyende, Jinja, Namutumba(Eastern Uganda) and Lira City in the northern part of Uganda. Our primary target beneficiaries include; 

  • Adolescent girls and young women. 
  • Youths.
  • Orphans and Vulnerable Children
  • Women.  

Our approach

Our Mission

To be a result oriented organization with a healthy and self-reliant community.

Our Vision

To empower the poor and vulnerable communities to be able to effectively participate in their own community development initiatives.

Core Values
  • God Fearing
  • Accountability
  • Trustworthiness
  • Self respect and respect of others
  • Inclusiveness

Our impact in numbers

We have numbers that push us to give in our best and make sure that we break our own records. We are happy to be growing and helping more day by day.
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Successful Stories
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Community Projects

How we do it

For every program, HOLD Uganda conducts baseline survey to gather information as bench mark for measuring project performance. Monthly and quarterly progress data collection tools are developed and administered to collect both qualitative and quantitative data from project beneficiaries. Quarterly project reviews are conducted to assess project progress against quarterly targets and where necessary, action plans are developed and implemented to correct deviations or improve performance.

On a quarterly basis, stories of changes and success stories are documented from beneficiaries and are shared with project stakeholders for learning purposes. On an annual basis, annual project evaluation is conducted to measure project extent towards achieving the desired outcomes and goal. Additionally midterm project evaluation and end line project evaluations are conducted to measure the intended and unintended changes caused by the project among the lives of the beneficiaries.