Who We Are

We are the Good Neighbors International Uganda, We understand children’s rights in the World

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About Us

Good Neighbors International Uganda (GNIUG) has been working in Uganda since 2014 with different development partners and all key stakeholders in designing and implementing sustainable development community projects and supporting vulnerable children, families, and communities to achieve self-reliance. 


Our Mission

Good Neighbors exists to make the world a place without hunger where people live together in harmony. 

Good Neighbors respects the human rights of our neighbors suffering from poverty, disasters, and oppression and helps them to achieve self-reliance and enable them to rebuild hope. 


Core Values

Increase access to quality education among school going children and increase of community engagement in child protection.
Improve access to safe and clean water, hygiene and sanitation standards within vulnerable farto reach areas.


Our Approach

Good Neighbors International Uganda believes that one of the best ways to transform communities is to empower people.

4 Global Development Principles


We support
our suffering neighbors.


We raise awareness of
human rights and the role
of duty bearers.


We promote cooperation
and solidarity.


We empower people.

8 Strategic objectives

SO- 1

People are free from hunger

SO- 2

Every child is protected

SO- 3

People enjoy the right to education

SO- 4

People exercise the right to health

SO- 5

People live in sustainable environments

SO- 6

People bulid inclusive and democratic communities

SO- 7

People achieve economic through solidarity

SO- 8

People are protected from disasters

Our Projects

Forest Restoration Project(Obutet CDP)

Establishment of Sustainable Model Villages(ESMV) II

Girls Empowerment Project

National Farmers Leadership Centre (NFLC) II

Community Development Project


Our Sectors


Social Economy

Emergency Response

Water and Sanitation


Child Protection

Income Generation

Food Security

Our Partners

Kyegegwa District LG
Jinja District LG
Mukono District LG
Pallisa District LG