Where we work
North Western Uganda
Arua is home to the multimillion TPO Psychosocial Training Institute, where most of our international and local training courses are held.
Arua, Yumbe, Koboko, Maracha-Terego, Adjumani, Moyo and Nebbi – In these districts, TPO is the lead Technical Services Organisation under a USAID funded project which aims to strengthen the capacity of these districts to plan and deliver services for HIV/AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children.
Gulu, Kitgum and Pader – In these districts, TPO is implementing a multi-year mental health project funded by the CORDAID Emergency Aid and Reconstruction Department and WHO in collaboration with the Ugandan Ministry of Health. The project is supporting district health services to integrate mental health care into primary health care in the aftermath of the 20 year LRA rebellion and strengthening capacity of the district health services to respond to the mental health needs of all affected individuals.
Lira – TPO is implementing a child protection project that is supporting children and families affected by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebellion. We have set up child protection systems in selected subcounties and initiated school based interventions that aim to create a safer learning school environment for pupils. This project is funded by UNICEF.
Katakwi and Amuria – TPO is implementing an HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care project funded by the Uganda government multi-donor Civil Society Fund. This project is also collaborating with The AIDS Support Organisation (TASO) and AIDS Information Centre (AIC) to extend voluntary counselling and testing services to hard to reach communities in selected sub-counties.
Amudat and Nakapriprit – TPO is implementing a UNICEF Funded project that aims to build and develop local capacity among selected community based organisations to deliver child protection services.
TPO is also implementing a UNFPA funded project that aims to reduce vulnerability of survivors of sexual violence to HIV/AIDS, raising awareness on harmful traditional practices particularly female genital mutilation (FGM) and supporting local leaders to come up with initiatives that respond to the problem of FGM and other social injustices.
South Western Uganda
Bushenyi, Mitooma, Sheema and Isingiro – TPO Uganda is implementing a 5 year USAID funded project – SCORE that is supporting vulnerable households to; improve their socioeconomic status, promote healthy hygienic practices and nutrition and to increase access to child protection and legal support services