About Us

Partners in Community Social Action (PICSA) Uganda is community Based and national, Non-Governmental Organization founded with aim of providing communities with health, education and livelihood with registration number of Registration Number:  INDP126911438ND: Permit No: INDP123571438NB and recently follow though the verifications with NGO Bureau. PICSA Uganda have developed experience in accelerating social change by using organizational innovative approaches to help and solve pressing problems in health care, Education and livelihood.

Since 2016, PICSA Uganda implemented various health, education & live hood project to improve the communities and transform lives. PICSA Uganda is incline to shapes minds, changes life’s, launches innovations & builds the future, one community & patients, one discovery through innovation & one achievement at a time. PICSA Uganda is committed to improve the lives of the poor households.

PICSA Uganda strategic program focus on 8 areas of: 1) Health, 2) Nutrition, 3) Food Security and Livelihood, 4) Gender Based Violence(GBV), and 8) Community Centered Innovation and Research and Development. PICSA Uganda put emphasis on local capacity resilience, strengthening hazard mapping and risk analysis and development of multi-pronged approaches at all level of interventions. PICSA Uganda has working experience with district Local government and various departments such as Directorate of health, Education and Agriculture and other national agencies with excellent goodwill. The organization has well-defined Organogram and the good governance policy.

The Executive committee has regular bimonthly meeting, where major decisions are taken and recorded for the distribution among the members. PICSA has proper system for monitoring & follow-up services. PICSA Uganda staff team is capable of developing monitoring tools to keep the progress in track.

PICSA Uganda with support and collaboration of District health services has demonstrated the capacity to strengthen and expand quality health programs in communities in Moyo District. In Moyo, with the district directorate of Health Services, PICSA Uganda provided support in training, supportive supervision, and moving towards innovating evidence based health approaches through operational research using various methodologies (survey, quasi and mixed methods)

Since inception, PICSA Uganda has successful implemented projects in cooperation with the locals, other national partners and Government entity. These projects benefited a large number of the most vulnerable communities in Moyo District. It created credibility, good-track- record, close collaboration with the all stakeholders; local authorities, communities and donors.

PICSA Uganda has developed and refined processes and tools that strengthen health quality implementation, leadership, management, and political commitment. In addition, through its focus on leadership, organizational and financial management, supply management, and M&E, we work with District health services to address the bottleneck and accelerate performance. PICSA Uganda focused on training and mentoring of health professionals for stronger linkages of health services. PICSA Uganda thrives in forming a local partnership and collaboration with the local communities, governments and Donors for sustainable Development


We seek communities with access to better health and livelihood to sustainable development

To promote and contribute to the improvement of living standards of the population specific to health, live hood, and education trough implementation of quality modern innovative interventions in partnership with the local communities through their meaningful involvement in respective of race age, sex, level of education, political affiliations, health and socio economic status

  1. Team work
  2. Stakeholder coordination
  3. People-centered development
  4. Inclusiveness and diversity
  5. Accountability and reporting
  6. Respects the unique and inherent worth of all individuals.
  7. Moral and ethical integrity
  8. Fairness and eq
  9. Honesty, transparency and accountability to stakeholders.
  10. Communication and colla
  11. Environmentally conscious.
  12. Community managed sustainable and impact-oriented deve
  1. Increase access to primary health care services to vulnerable groups and locations.
  2. Reduce malnutrition and food security that causes irreparable damage to livelihood, hereby reducing self-sufficiency through sustainable food security and livelihood
  3. Increased sustainable access to safe water and sanitation services for men, women and children in affected communities.
  4. Increase access to quality education and quality teaching among the hard to reach communities
  5. Promote and advocate for gender sensitive approaches to enhance women’s rights and strengthen the participation and involvement of women and vulnerable groups in programs and organization.
  6. Strengthen community capacity to cope with future shocks in disaster preparedness and Management.
  7. Improve the protection of and respect for the human rights and dignity of vulnerable populations –with a special focus on women, children and marginalized groups – through effective advocacy and the application of a rights-based approach across all sectors;
  8. Work with local communities and encourage management practices that conserve local natural resources.
  1. Mobilizing human and material resources to uplift the standards of the population
  2. Setting up Income Generating Activities (IGPs) to help develop a revolving fund and enable self- reliance attainment among members and the population
  3. Identifying, nurturing and developing talents among population
  4. Establishing programs aimed at provision of clean water and improved nutrition to all by using locally available resources;
  5. Sourcing for cheaper/affordable educational services to the community of Moyo District
  6. Identifying, nurturing and developing talents among members;
  7. Establishing a resource Centre for developing, receiving and disseminating information
  8. Encouraging the continuous development and free distribution of human knowledge;
  9. Identifying and supporting needy school children to attain formal education and training
  10. Committed to addressing issues related to HIV/AIDS, Malaria, reproductive health Tuberculosis and other infectious diseases through campaigns for preventive measures, treatment and vaccinations and
  11. Establishing a sustainable steady network with other stakeholders: the government, organized groups, Institutions and Individuals to help promote the value of human life.