Cheshire Service Uganda
We are a local organization working to uplift the quality of life of Persons with Disabilities. Established in 1994, Cheshire Services Uganda is comprised of 7 Cheshire services of Katalemwa, Nkokonjeru Providence, Buluba, Budaka, Butiru, Pamba and the two St Francis Schools of the Blind in Soroti. CSU is a member of the Leonard Cheshire Disability Global Alliance.
Vision, Mission & Values
An inclusive society where the rights of Persons with disabilities are fully respected and where opportunities exist for them to reach their full potential and enjoy a better quality of life.
To rehabilitate and empower Persons with disabilities to lead a dignified and productive life through inclusive education, livelihood improvement, research and advocacy.
Valuing the individual, Excellence, Initiative, Team work, Creativity, Integrity, Honesty, Energy
What We Do
It was estimated that 26% of persons with disabilities in Uganda are living in poverty. Persons with disabilities are vulnerable to shocks and are likely to fall into poverty. Relatedly, PWDs…
Advocacy, Research & Policy influencing
From a Human Rights Programming Perspective, national, district or lower lever governments and families hosting CYWD remain most obligated and must be held accountable….
It was estimated that 26% of persons with disabilities in Uganda are living in poverty. Persons with disabilities are vulnerable to shocks and are likely to fall into….
Institutional & organisational strengthening
Donor fatigue and the impact of COVID 19 are negatively affecting the official aid resource envelop available for both developing and humanitarian assistance …