Restoring Hope, Transforming Lives.
WHO WE ARE
communities with the skills and tools they need to effectively address their problems.
WHERE WE WORK
We work in 45 districts across Uganda and Kivu province in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Regional Projects in DRC, Somalia & South Sudan
Since 2010, TPO Uganda has been implementing a child protection project that builds the capacity of community structures to deliver child protection and psychosocial support for children and families in conflict in South Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of Congo.
TPO Uganda has over the past seven years supported twelve grassroots organizations in Puntaland, South Central Zone and Somaliland to acquire essential skills and knowledge in emergency child protection and psycho-social support.
STORIES OF CHANGE
YOU CAN TRUST US
The support of our funders and partners is invaluable and TPO Uganda is committed to ensuring that the resources provided are well accounted for and used in alignment with our mission. This strengthens the legitimacy of our organization and our work.
TPO Uganda is a local Ugandan NGO that has been operating in the country for 27 years. Our programs comprise interventions organised around the following themes: Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Care and protection of OVC; child protection, livelihoods support, response and prevention of all forms of violence against women and children as well as emergency response and humanitarian action. TPO Uganda is active in over 45 districts in the region and is a member of several partnerships and coordination mechanisms in the country.
We seek people to fill the following positions:
1 Clinical Psychologist
2 Psychiatric Clinical Officers
21 Social Workers
Economic Strengthening Officers ensures delivery of quality services that aim at empowering communities aiming at reducing vulnerability for the children, adolescents and their caregivers by using multi-sectoral approach to improve social economic status in their households.
Under the Direct Supervision of the respective District Project Coordinator (DPC), the Social Worker will be responsible for coordinating and delivering comprehensive OVC services to the project beneficiaries. He/she will support Para-social workers and other community structures engaged by KCHS to implement innovative strategies to increase OVC access to quality care and support services including HIV prevention and care. He/she will be responsible for supporting bi-directional referrals and linkages for comprehensive service package to children and adolescent living with HIV/AIDS and their families. He/she will participate in the work plan development process and build the capacity of Para-social workers through orientation, needs based trainings and mentorship to ensure that project implementation is guided by SOPs, Guidelines, job aids and tools.
TALK TO US
Interested in Working With Us?
TPO Uganda Head Office
Munyonyo, Wamala Close, Block 257, Plot 652.
P.O. Box 21646 Kampala, Uganda
Tel: +256-414510256 |+256-312290313