Welcome to UAMH, INCLUSION UGANDA

Inclusion Uganda

Inclusion Uganda (Uganda Association for the Mentally Handicapped) is a non-governmental organization that works with People with Intellectual Disabilities (PWIDs)and their families.

We directly and indirectly deliver programs in 18 districts and we expect to significantly expand our reach in the future.


 

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Aims and Objectives

  • To advocate for the rights of people with intellectual disabilities and their families.
  • To promote the wellbeing and conditions of people with intellectual disabilities and their families in Uganda.
  • To enlighten the public, policy makers, administrators, professionals and government officials about the problems and needs of PWIDs.
  • To coordinate efforts of parents, government officials and professionals in rendering service for PWIDs and their families.

Vision

A society where the rights of people with intellectual disabilities are observed, protected and promoted.

What We do

Our services involve different areas which include; Inclusive education, Vocational training, Families, Poverty and intellectual disability, Public awareness, Human rights advocacy, Community based rehabilitation, Employment, Counselling and guidance, Living independently and being included in the community

Below are some of the highlights of our services. Click on the Services tab to explore more of these.

Our current projects

Human Rights Advocacy

This program aims to create awareness on disability inclusion in all sectors. It is also intended to equip persons with intellectual disabilities, local leaders and communities with knowledge on the rights of people with disabilities with reference to the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities through trainings, meetings with local governments, dialogues on inclusion and regional meetings to share experiences.



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Living Independently and Being Included in the Community

A person with Intellectual disability living independently in the community

Our Partners