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Pipeline Worldwide
Foundation Uganda

We are now a registered Ugandan NGO. Learn more about our accreditation and mission below.

Our Mission

To work with people of all backgrounds to bring about community transformation by building a resilient and prosperous Ugandan population.

Our Approach

We implement projects that deliver access to clean water, sanitation, education, healthcare, and improve community livelihoods in Uganda’s most vulnerable communities based on the needs voiced by local leaders.


Our Core Values

  • Community-centered

  • Innovative

  • Collaborative

  • Sustainable

Where We Work

  • Gulu

  • Moyo


  • Plot 05, Ntinda Rise, Ministers’ Village, Ntinda, Nakawa Div Kampala, Uganda

  • Lonyi Village, Moyo-Arua Road, Moyo District West Nile, Uganda

Our Work Is

  • Pro people

  • By people

  • With people

Who We Are

Pipeline Worldwide Foundation is a people centered organization whose story spans over 10 years of working through and with various partners to bring sustainable change to Uganda. We are dedicated to working with vulnerable individuals, their families, and their communities to create sustainable transformation by building their resilience and improving their livelihoods.

Our Local Partners

  • Bless a Child Foundation

  • St. Mary's Hospital Lacor

  • Sisters of the Sacret Heart

  • St. Monica's Vocational School (Gulu & Atiak)

  • St. Thomas Aquinas College

  • Moyo General Hospital

  • Medical Teams International

  • Ocer Campion

  • Moyo District Local Gov.

  • Moyo Babies Home

Our Global Partners

  • Pipeline Worldwide US

  • Thrivent Financial

  • RED Development

  • HonorHealth

  • Smith & Nephew

  • SIGN Fracture Care

  • University of Arizona

  • Arizona State University

  • Okland Construction

  • Heart & Soul

  • Nelsen Partners

  • Lightvox Studio

  • Wood Patel

  • Dig Studio

  • Nebraska Medicine

  • University of Nebraska Medical Center

  • Globe Corporation

  • Alliance Bank of Arizona

  • Clayco

  • Wexford Science + Technology

  • StreetLights Residential

  • CVL Consultants

  • American Family Insurance

  • Vizient, Inc

  • McCarthy Building Companies

  • Plural Studios

  • Carnegie Fabrics

  • DMB Associate

Our Programming

We have 4 core thematic areas that guide our programming in Uganda.

  1. Infrastructure Development

  2. Health System Strengthening

  3. Education and Skilling

  4. Building Resilient Livelihoods

Core Programme Area 1: Healthcare

Supporting implementation of priority health system strengthening programming.


Core Program Area (CPA) 1: Our health programming seeks to improve the state of physical, mental, and emotional well-being of individuals and their families in hard-to-reach areas. Key interventions focus on improving the access of households to curative and preventative health care; increasing access to safe water and effective hygiene and sanitation; and reducing malnutrition.


We believe that strong and effective health systems are critical to the realization of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) as well as to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


  • Promoting community dialogue and participation in problem solving and addressing key health issues.

  • Increasing access to various health service locations through utilization of the village ambulance referral system.

  • Training and equipping district health service providers for delivery of affordable, accessible, quality, and comprehensive health care for maternal, fetal, and newborn health

  • Work with health facilities in addressing key challenges as profiled by the communities and health facility staff and governing bodies.


Health Partners:

  • Moyo General Hospital

  • St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor

  • Metu HC III

  • Moyo Mission Health Center IV

  • Aya HC III

  • Kweyo HC III

  • St. Monica’s Health Center III

Featured Health Projects:

  • Village Ambulance: To provide emergency transportation especially for expectant mothers in hard-to-reach communities in Moyo.

  • Moyo Staff Housing: Renovation of staff housing block at Moyo General Hospital to improve the wellbeing of hospital staff, contributing greatly to quality staff recruitment and retention.

  • Training: Neonatal training and funding SIGN Fracture Care program

  • Resource Provision: Delivery of medical equipment and supplies, implementation of power solution at hospital, and renovation of hospital workshop among others.

Core Programme Area 2: Education

Supporting Quality Education and Youth Skilling Programming.

Focus: Our programming provides learners different pathways to learning opportunities. This thematic area focuses on comprehensive education, training, and innovation. Our programmes are centered around vocational training, teacher wellbeing, online education, training, and equipping.


We prioritize teacher wellbeing and capacity building, provision of school supplies and infrastructure development such as classrooms and teacher housing.


We provide equipment, tools, and materials to our partner learning institutions to enable them to provide equitable and quality education to all learners including opportunities for online learning.


We also extend Menstrual Hygiene Management services so that girls are not stigmatized, but also reduce the school dropout rates.


Education Partners:

  • St Thomas Aquinas College

  • Ocer Campion

  • Moyo Technical Institute

  • Redeemer Primary School

  • St. Monica’s Vocational School

  • St. Monica’s Primary School

Featured Education Projects:

  • Teacher Housing Unit at St. Thomas Aquinas: This project provided an opportunity for St. Thomas to recruit and hire competent teachers and a principal that ensured quality lodging and improved teacher wellbeing and retention.

  • Construction of Sport Court at Ocer Campion: This sports facility has improved the wellbeing of students at Ocer Campion in Gulu. It is a star attraction in the region, bringing together various schools and students for opportunities to partake in sports, leadership development, and peace initiatives. This is vital in the development of well-rounded youth and future leaders.

  • Library: The completion of the library at St. Monica’s Vocational School is the only early education and adult literacy library in the region. Not only was this library constructed, but it was also completely furnished with furniture and books to provide opportunities to learn to read and improve literacy in Northern Uganda.

Core Programme Area 3: Livelihoods

Empowering rural communities to self-reliance and sustainable livelihood.


Core Programme Area (CPA) 3: Our goal under this sector is to improve the economic conditions for households in rural Uganda, while making it easier for the population to access the services they need.


Our livelihood programme focuses on the following: small holder farms, Income generating projects, financial literacy, and disaster preparedness and mitigation.


Approach to community empowerment:

  • Provision of agricultural training, farm inputs, post-harvest handling and, market linkages.

  • Provide financial support for community startups such as soap making, brickmaking, briquettes, apiculture among others.

  • Promotion of low interest but mainstream financial services to support small enterprises for vulnerable households and farmer groups.

  • Provide opportunities and access for markets for the vulnerable groups to engage in meaningful marketing.

  • Provide business skilling and financial literacy to farmer groups, Saccos and women groups.

  • Community capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation by developing community-specific disaster preparedness plans.

  • Provide water for production i.e., irrigation and animal consumption.

Featured Livelihood Projects:

  • Agugwe Village Water Project: A unique project providing a community that has for generations walked long distances to access clean water. The solar powered water system provides water for a school, for irrigating back yard gardens, and for home consumption.

  • Agriculture Vocational Training: This was a skilling project where two 4 students from Moyo and Gulu were trained on efficient agricultural methods. They have since transferred their expertise back to their communities and schools.

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