AFID UG, the short for “ALL FOR INTEGRAL DEVELOPMENT”, founded in 2017, is a non-profit and refugee-led community based organization located at Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement in Kamwenge district in Uganda. Striving to create an inclusive and empowered society in which no refugee or vulnerable individual is left behind, AFID's mission aims at enabling a better future and secured livelihoods to the most vulnerable individuals (especially forcedly displaced person and those nearby host communities' members) through inclusive and quality education, environment promotion, sustainable farming and economic activities. Its implementation strategies and approaches that seek to involve (work and decide with beneficiaries together) and put the beneficiaries in the heart of all interventions make it one of the most responsive RLOs that incarnate the approach of low cost - high impact. With our main focus on the extremely vulnerable individuals including poor and abandoned children, single mothers, SGBV (sex and gender based violence) survivors; the type of activities we undertake range from advocacy, capacity building to service delivery. Whereas in terms of operations, what characterizes AFID’s functioning are its efforts to (a) enlist involvement of the locals when initiating activities at the grass root level; and (b) mobilize women for bringing peace, tolerance, and development in the refugee community (c) partner with other organization to strengthen the interventions. With its significant and very active number of qualified volunteers and staff members (16: 9 females and 7 males) able to work with people of various background and in multi cultural environment, the organisation incarnates the approach of less cost- greater impact, as the latter are able to mobilize and use available resources.