Who We Are
Since 2003, The Uganda Village Project (UVP) has been working with the people of Iganga to promote public health and sustainable development in the rural communities of this marginalized district in southeast Uganda. Our organization represents a network of partnerships bridging disciplines and sectors. As an international nonprofit organization, we work directly with community based organizations (CBOs) and local government to utilize local knowledge and maximize community ownership of public health and development solutions.
To learn more, please watch the video below, explore the rest of our site, and contact us if you have any questions.
Help support our work in Uganda!
With your donation, UVP helps parents protect their children from malaria, offers women a chance to control the size of their families, tests and counsels communities about how to prevent HIV, assists households to make healthy choices in sanitation, provides safe drinking water, and heals women with fistula.