United mission for child rights

About us

United mission for child rights is a non-profit and refuges led Organization founded on 15/07/2020 by a group of charity workers both nationals and refugees, who come together to improve and upgrading both the refugee’s and national’s communities in Uganda. The union started in Imvepi Refugee Camp in Uganda with a purpose of improving the status of life of the refugees and host communities, advocating for equality and respect for humanity in the refugee communities, providing community based children/women protection to the children and women respectively and better the lives of the people of concern through effective service delivery. The organization operates in zone one of Imvepi settlement and it is implementing child protection Project, where by it has total of 12 villages across the settlement a total of 390 children grouped in 12 groups aged 12 - 19 with the aim of improving their skills for sustainability, and empowering them on girl child education And connect them to better opportunities. The organization as well carries out activities under girl child education project tackling Early marriages, Early Pregnancies, Forced marriages, Defilement and Rape, Menstrual Hygiene Management and Personal hygiene, etc. with the agenda of empower girl-child education.

Annual Operating Budget: 150 USD

Annual Beneficiary Reach: 200

Our Partnerships

Our Current Funding Partners

Uganda Christian lawyers fraternity

Previous Funding Partners


Our Network Affiliations

Imvepi CBO forum refugee led organization network

Optional Support Partner

Support Partners can play an optional role bridging various gaps between RLOs and their supporters around the world.

Additional Information

Our Community and beneficiaries

United mission for child rights (UMFCR) is establish on the grounds of effective services delivery with the of quality provision of humanitarian services to the affected population of south Sudanese and Congolese refugees, the targeted beneficiaries are the marginalized children and women, accompanied minors, elderly, child mothers, SGBV survivors, disabled, school dropouts, abandoned children etc. The organization has a total of 390 children grouped in to 12 groups of age 12 – 20 in zone one under the project of girl child education and community based child protection Project. United mission for child rights carries out girl child education sessions with 200 teenage boys and girls in zone one of the Imvepi settlement and conducted sensitization and community awareness on early pregnancies, early marriages, forced marriages, defilement etc. reaching to a tune of 10,000 people within the settlement. Under sports, the organization has engaged teenage girls in football and netball as a strategy of advocating for a safe environment for their live free from SGBV social evils and a tune of 60 girls are reached. In bead to promote peace in the refugee community, the organization raised awareness to 50,000 people under peace building program and some community leaders have been trained in peace building. In collaboration with Uganda Christian lawyers fraternity, the organization carried out community awareness programs and community sensitization on the child protection and prevention of Covid-19 in zone one of Imvepi settlement.

Other Operating Locations

Yei river county, central equatorial state. The republic of south Sudan

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