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  • Organisation

    Foundation for Inclusive  Community  Help  (FICH) formally known as Fight to Improve  Community Health is based in Oyam district. FICH is strengthening its functions and management system through knowledge sharing by professionals.

    FICH was established with the need to see the full participation of the youth and the community in the fight against economic, educational, and health-related threats and challenges. FICH develops cost-effective programmes and scales up many initiatives which is improving gender equality and reducing poverty in the community.

    FICH improves self- esteem among beneficiaries, aids in retaining students in school, provides technical skills for development, empowers communities and young people, exposure to human rights best practices and economic development among all program participants and key stakeholders in Oyam district and other areas within Northern Uganda.

    • Organisation

      Foundation for Inclusive  Community  Help  (FICH) formally known as Fight to Improve  Community Health is based in Oyam district. FICH is strengthening its functions and management system through knowledge sharing by professionals.

      FICH was established with the need to see the full participation of the youth and the community in the fight against economic, educational, and health-related threats and challenges. FICH develops cost-effective programmes and scales up many initiatives which is improving gender equality and reducing poverty in the community.

      FICH improves self- esteem among beneficiaries, aids in retaining students in school, provides technical skills for development, empowers communities and young people, exposure to human rights best practices and economic development among all program participants and key stakeholders in Oyam district and other areas within Northern Uganda.

    • Project

      The project Improved livelihood through Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) strengthens the capacity and economic development of women at risk of  HIV/AIDS with low household incomes in the communities of Loro and Iceme sub-counties. The focus will mainly be on vulnerable rural women aged 15 to 30.

      One of the outcome areas of the project will be the difference achieved in the lives of 240 group members directly by organising them into VSLA groups and increasing their capacity to access services and resources through government economic programmes such as youth and women livelihood programmes and linkages to financial and Business Development Services.

  • Project

    The project Improved livelihood through Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) strengthens the capacity and economic development of women at risk of  HIV/AIDS with low household incomes in the communities of Loro and Iceme sub-counties. The focus will mainly be on vulnerable rural women aged 15 to 30.

    One of the outcome areas of the project will be the difference achieved in the lives of 240 group members directly by organising them into VSLA groups and increasing their capacity to access services and resources through government economic programmes such as youth and women livelihood programmes and linkages to financial and Business Development Services.

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