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Oiutu Foundation is an indigenous non-for-profit organization established and registered in 2021 to redeem, restore and rebuild the lives of women, men and children affected by contemporary development challenges like absolute poverty, insecurity and modern-day slavery in a manner that contributes to achievement of their holistic transformation and dignity.

 

Oiutu Foundation was born out of a burden to redeem Napak district which had suffered lots of development setbacks attributable to prolonged years of insecurity, poverty, and climate change realities. These disrupted livelihoods, social cohesion and human dignity especially of women and young people who have been forced to resort to street live in Uganda and internationally.

 

Founded by Three Ugandan passionate volunteer professionals, Oiutu Foundation has grown to a reliable and dependable institution envisioning a transformed society where human beings are free from all forms of social and economic injustices and absolute poverty”.

About Oiutu Founder

Core Values

In our effort to pursue the vision and mission, the following core principles guide our practices and behaviour.

 

Resilience:  We are ready and willing to undertake careful resolute choices and intelligent risks in our pursuit to enable individuals, families and communities to confront life-threatening situations, cope with and recover.

 

Social inclusion: We consciously and courageously take targeted measures that ensure appropriate, active and equal participation of women, young people (boys, girls), men and persons with disability (PWDs) in decision-making, access to equal opportunities and benefits.

 

Empowerment: We work with people in greatest need, to redeem their lives and to promote the transformation of their conditions of life.

 

Accountability: We remain accountable to communities being served, our partners/supporters, employees, and local authorities for actions and resources given to us in public trust.  

 

Learning: We encourage innovation, creativity, flexibility and adaptability while maintaining an attitude of learning, in our approach to addressing development concerns.

Vision

“A transformed society where human beings are free from all forms of social and economic injustices and absolute poverty”.

Mission

“To redeem, restore and rebuild the lives of people in a manner that contributes to achievement of their dignity”. We pursue this mission through integrated and holistic commitment to:

  • Life skills development and transfer

  • Evidenced based advocacy that seeks to influence the transformation of structures that perpetuate poverty and injustices

  • Humanitarian emergency response to assist people afflicted by disaster and conflict.

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Organizational Objectives

  1. To advance transformative, complementary and diversified Agro-pastoral systems for improved livelihoods and food secure households.

  2. To promote education which is inclusive, social-culturally sensitive and transformative.

  3. To promote access to quality health care and proper sanitation for realization of better health outcomes

  4. To enhance resilience capacity of communities to prevent, prepare, and respond to disasters

  5. To build the capacity of Oiutu Foundation to effectively, efficiently and sustainably develop and deliver impactful programs.

Director (Member)
Chairman, Board of Directors
Secretary to Board

Nakut Faith

Director (Member)

Dr Johnson Ngorok

Chairman Board Of Directors

Miirriam Lochoro

Director (Secretary to Board)

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