Welcome To PeerLink Initiative Uganda
PeerLink Initiative Uganda (PELI-U) is a not-for profit, non-governmental children, youth and women focused organization started in 2003 as a school exchange program between teachers and students of two (2) urban schools and one (1) rural school. It was championed by students and teachers of Namilyango College (Mukono District), St. Peter’s Nsambya Secondary School (Kampala District) and St. Peter’s Secondary School Nyarushanje (Rukungiri District). As a result of the experience attained, PELI-U was transformed into an NGO in 2006.
PELI-U focuses on the following program areas: Education, Skills Development, Sexual Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS, Agriculture and Environmental Conservation.
PELI –U collaborates with existing structures such as the local government, family, education and religious institutions to promote collective participation of children, youth and women in community development activities.
Envisions a society where women, children and youth are empowered with skills and are able to contribute to self and community development.
To contribute to the socio – economic empowerment of the women, children and youth.