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The Access Centre (TAC) is an organization operating in the Northern Part of Uganda. It is non-partisan, non-denominational, non-profit and non-sectarian Organization, drawing its membership from a wide spectrum and involvement of Ugandans that share the goals of the Organization of promoting Education among the OVCs, Environmental sustainability through tree planting, Modern farming/Agriculture, capacity building, health and sanitation, transparency and accountability, technology advancement and networking among others. TAC was formed on the 8th of February 2015 and its membership has since grown tremendously. It’s fully being run by Ugandan nationals who largely come from the region. Its contact office is located in Agago District in Agago town council and on an Email; email@example.com.
TAC’s Vision and Mission is ‘’Global partnership for Real development’’. Pressing forward; for greater results and impact; to all who wish the people of Eastern Uganda well, your support is welcome.
TAC has embarked on the promotion of Education.It launched a Drive for Excellency where Hon Otto Makmot in order to give an incentive to good performance organized a thanksgiving ceremony and gave mattresses to all students who passed in First Grade/Division one(1) in Agago schools and also gave diaries and planning books to all head teachers and class teachers.
TAC has also emabrked on promotion of health. In collaboration to a USA donor David Fargerlee a Health Center two is being constructed to help improve on the health services of the people in the region.
In a bid to improve on the water services in the region, TAC has embarked on securing and providing subsidized water pipes in the ten (10) sub-counties of Agago County that includes Adilang Sub County, Lira Palwo, Lukole Sub-County, Patongo Sub County, Omot Sub-County, Arum Sub-County, Kot Omor Sub County, Patongo Town Council, Agago Town Counci, Lamiyo Sub- County.
TAC in the short term has been promoting sports. Tournaments are conducted and the winning teams usually take the trophy, new uniform, cash gifts etc. This has enhanced unity, identified talents, healing, peace and harmony.
In a bid to promote afforestation, TAC had secured 10 acres of land in Odom Village, Lapyem Parish, Adilang Sub County near Agago river where it has planted artificial forest with a view of environmental protection and securing the relief rainfall. It is also expected that this in the future help in woodwork while also promoting environmental protection.
Inorder to promote farming, TAC has embarked has opened up a demonstration farm in it Odom village over 20 acres of land. TAC also secured 100 tonnes of maize seed which will be distributed to the local farmers groups. TAC secured 200 chicks that will be used in the demonstration farms.
TAC a has come with Village Saving Loan Schemes where youth and women groups among other meet and save money which they intern lend among the members at interest rate. The pooling of resources have helped.
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A story of post war initiatives to give back to a war torn community of northern Uganda by two young professional( Canadian Lawyer & doctor) hailing from region who abandoned international carriers and returned to serve and empower the community of Northern Uganda, Agago District through leadership, education, health promotion, agriculture, afforestation and youth Livelihood programs using a community based organization named the Access Center (U) Ltd (TAC) as a vehicle for change.