About PeerLink Initiative Uganda

PeerLink Initiative Uganda (PELI-U) is a children, youth and women focused not-for profit, non-governmental organization that started in 2003 as a school based project linking two (2) urban and one (1) rural secondary school students to exchange information focusing on   .HIV/AIDS/Sexual reproductive health. As a result of the experience attained, PELI-U was transformed into an NGO in 2005. .

PELI-U has a Head office in Kampala District and a Field office in Nyarushanje Sub-county, Rukungiri District in Western Uganda.

Our Vision

A society where community members have access to information, are healthy and empowered with skills for sustainable development.

Our Mission

To contribute to socio – economic empowerment of children, youth and women through provision of information, Skills development, Sexual Reproductive Health/(SRH)/HIV/AIDS Education,   educational, cultural and recreational services.

PELI-U seeks to empower children, youth and women to contribute towards their social economic transformation through provision of;

 Our Core Values

  1. Whole Community Approach
  2. Teamwork
  3. Commitment to serve
  4. Commitment to serve
Whole Community Approach
We believe that community members are knowledgeable about the issues affecting them and have the ability to transform their community if involved, sensitized and empowered.  We thus put them at the center of development initiatives.
Teamwork  
 We are one body with many parts and each part contributes to the functioning of the entire organization. Each team member has a unique role to play in the process and achievement of the set goal and objectives.
Commitment to serve
As a team we are committed to serve our communities and contribute to efforts geared at enhancing individuals’ capacity to improve their livelihoods.
Commitment to Learn: We are a learning organization and in our day to day interaction with the people we serve and different stakeholders we have learnt to learn, relearn and relearn. We utilize the lessons learnt to improve what we do.

 

 

 

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