Gen Rwot Family Care Association

(Unverified non-profit organisation)

Gen Rwot Family Care Association (GEFCA) is a registered community base organization (CBO) with registration number LF/NGO/LR/1018, formed in 2001 by groups of families who are infected and affected by TB/HIV/AIDS in Lira district. The organization was formed with the sole aim to reduce the infection rates in the community and to provide care and support to the people with HIV/AIDS, PHAS, and Orphans or other venerable children (OVC), people with disability and war affected victims. This was to help most vulnerable

groups of people to acquire productive assets and become self reliance,V

dependable and confident communities, and to reduce the spread of TB/HIV/AIDS among the rural / urban communities of Lira district.

We offer innovative approaches to re-engineering or restructuring existing enterprises to respond to the ever-emerging market challenges. We develop in-house organizational structures, systems, and impart practical hands-on skills to staff within the client organization to help in future implementation of similar enterprise development programs. Such programs may even be embedded in things like business services; business linkages for export market, extension systems, and marketing and or sales distribution systems.

Website

http://info53421.wix.com/gen-rwot-fca

Year established

2001

Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

100 million - 1,000 million

Participant in relevant networks

World Aids Organization, NGO Forum Lira, and National Boar For NGOs Uganda.

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About this organisation

Partnership types

Advocacy of global issues; Doing business with the poor; Standards and guidelines...show all (6)

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Uganda

Global issues

Children, youth and family welfare; Community development; HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria,...show all (3)

Business sectors

Agriculture and livestock; Aquaculture; Community and social services; Construction;...show all (12)

Disasters

Sudan; Central African Republic; Congo; Kenya; East Africa Drought