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The SAFE Program operates through a grants scheme, awarding grants to Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and other institutions in different parts of Uganda to implement activities central to the realization of the SAFE Program’s objectives.

Component I activities will target 10 districts:
Amuru, Gulu, Lira, Jinja, Masaka, Hoima, Moroto, Nebbi, Kibaale, Kiboga

While Component II will address emerging conflicts in the ten (10) districts and respond to emerging conflicts in other parts of the country.

Subsequent districts will be determined by our monthly conflict assessments.
Amuru, Gulu, Lira, Moroto, Nebbi, Tororo, Soroti, Buliisa, Kibaale, Masindi


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  • Alupo Engole Cecilia

    says on:
    July 24, 2015 at 11:19 am

    Dear sir/madam
    warm greetings from Teso Women Peace Activists
    i am writing to you inquire on how to apply for the emergency conflicts grant

    • bmatovu

      says on:
      July 29, 2015 at 10:25 am

      Cecilia,

      Thanks for the communication, am forwarding your inquiry to the Peace and Reconciliation Component and they will get back to you regarding that.

      Make sure to elaborate the situation on ground so as give them a clear picture.

      USAID SAFE reserves the right to evaluate the situation and see if it worth support or not basing on their analysis.

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