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 35 districts across Uganda and Kivu province in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Our Regional Work
Social Protection, School-Based Interventions and Mental Health in Gulu, Lira, Kitgum, Otuke, Alebtong, Nwoya, Amur & Pader.
HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care, Human Rights and Democratic Governance, Community-Managed Disaster Risk Reduction in Katakwi.
Child Protection Systems Strengthening, Psychosocial support and school-based interventions in Koboko, Nebbi, Arua, Maracha, Yumbe, Kiryandongo, Moyo & Adjumani. The TPO Psychosocial Training Institute located in Arua district is home to most of our international & local training courses.
Community-Based Child Protection Systems Strengthening in Amudat and Nakapiripirit; FGM & Sexual Violence Prevention in Amudat.
WESTERN AND SOUTH WESTERN UGANDA
Economic Strengthening, Nutrition, Child Protection and Family Strengthening, OVC, HIV & AIDS
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
Child Protection. Re-integration of former child soldiers, Socio-Economic Development & Disaster Risk Reduction.
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.
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.
TOR: CONSULTANT TO CONDUCT CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING AND MENTORSHIP ON COMMUNITY-BASED SOCIOTHERAPY APPROACH
In delivering its Mental Health and Psychosocial Support interventions, TPO Uganda works closely with other partners such as the Ministry of Health, the National Psychiatric Hospital in Butabika and the Ministry of Gender Labour and social Development, Currently, TPO is a UNHCR partner for mental health services, member of the IASC MHPSS RG and co-chair of the Uganda National MHPSS Working Group.
For more than 15 years, TPO Uganda has partnered with academic institutions to contribute to the body of knowledge in psychosocial support and child protection through its field experience learning and best practices.
This has helped us promote new ways of working –for example with existing community structures; and is strengthening evidence based learning throughout the country as we share these materials in the public domain offering open access.
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