For many years, Uganda has been characterized by political, religious, and constitutional instability. Poor leadership has amplified favoritism and mistrust within Uganda and as a result, there have been cycles of corruption, violence, and exclusion. Uganda faces a lack of gender equity at all levels and many people have been robbed of their basic human rights. ALARM Uganda exists to engage with leaders to empower them to understand the importance of restorative justice, sustainable community transformation, servant leadership development, peacebuilding, and reconciliation.
- 17,900+ people have been served by ALARM Uganda
- 6,650+ individuals have been trained in leadership by ALARM Uganda
- 5,300+ people have benefited from the ALARM Uganda Peacebuilding, Justice, and Reconciliation Programs
- 5,850+ individuals served by the ALARM Uganda Community Transformation Projects
November 4th (2021)
3rd Quarter (2021)