Chrispal Foundation Uganda is an ecumenical Christian national non-governmental organization with a registration number (REG No.80020003819060) founded in 2011 to empower vulnerable communities through dynamic simple programs that directly involve and benefit children. Works together alongside governmental and non-governmental actors to improve the well-being of the most vulnerable children and their families by ensuring that all children have equal opportunity in life.
Working alongside persons with disabilities and individuals living in extreme poverty to meet their basic needs, improve their living situations, and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.
To support rural vulnerable communities, through sustainable development interventions.
As a non-governmental organization promoting humanity, CFU plays a key role to support the achievement of the 2030 Agenda through different areas of intervention that connect both humanitarian assistance and sustainable development. Across central and eastern parts of Uganda, CFU provides assistance to vulnerable communities through dynamic simple interventions.
Chrispal Foundation Uganda
At Chrispal Foundation Uganda, we consider the following principles and values as indicators of culture necessary for the continuity of our foundation.
Nonpartisan, non-ethnicity, non-religious based
Sincere commitment and dedication
Founder/Director of CFU
WASH Specialist with over 15 years of humanitarian work experience in over 12 countries . He has worked for Oxfam, UNICEF, International Medical Corps, Plan International, Doctors without boarders, AVSI and UNPONTEPER. He has a good knowledge on planning, designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the water, hygiene and sanitation programs in emergency and development contexts.
Has over 8 years experience is monitoring the operations of the programmes in the central and eastern parts of Uganda plus some parts of South Sudan, programs including food security and livelihood.
Mr. Martin OlokaHead of Operations
Analyst by profession with a good experience on compliance.
Mr. Osonge IvanProgram Manager
Has over 5 years experience as a loan officer, following the recovery of loans given to women groups by BRAC in Northern region.
Mrs. Angwenyo Sarah
MBCHB with a good experience in handling health programs and management of staff.
Dr. Arou AndrewHealth Program Manager
Sharon plays a role in advocating for the rights of people living with disabilities in accessing health, education and protection services.
Ms. Ndyahaki SharonAdvocacy Volunteer
Has over 10 years experience in managing education programmes in development &
Mr. Kimaleni Alex