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In Uganda we work to alleviate poverty housing by working hand in hand with vulnerable communities. With an average income of $65 a month, over two-thirds of Ugandans live in substandard housing.


+12,000 families served / Adult HIV prevalence rate: 7.3 % / Projects: new homes for vulnerable families, microfinance, market development support to local government

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Our local team welcomes all people dedicated to the cause of eliminating housing poverty in Uganda to its work.

Since its founding in 1982, our Uganda office has built, rehabilitated, repaired or improved more than 8,500 houses – helping over 62,000 people get access to affordable quality housing.

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