Self Help Foundation Uganda is an initiative operating in the resettling communities of Uganda. Self Help Foundation grew out of the dire need for a long term solution to resettlement; the people in these communities became very vulnerable and dependent socially, economically and politically and this came as a result of a disruption in education for most of the youth and children and lack of general skills in the community to empower themselves.
Self Help foundation works with a number of stakeholders in the promotion and implementation of its mission and objectives including but not limited to government organizations, nongovernmental organizations, and development partners, women organizations, cultural institutions, the private sector and faith based organizations. Key among these includes:
- Donor agencies
- Government of Uganda ministries
- Institutions of learning
- Research institutions
- Women movements
- Civil society organizations