Social Development Service

You are welcome to PAG Social Development Service. Thanks for visiting and your interest to learn about us. The Social Development Service in PAG has been ongoing for about 2 decades. PAG Social Development Service (PAG SDS) was established to provide technical support in the holistic outreach ministry of the Church. Our work is driven by the commitment to share love of Christ and restore hope in people traumatized by several challenging situations. It is our vision to see holistically developed, self reliant and prosperous communities in Uganda. PAG SDS works towards this by engaging the community in holistic development that transforms their lives into desired dignity. All the work of PAG SDS is rooted in the core values of compassion, integrity, spiritual well being, holiness, the family, human dignity, and peace. PAG SDS has a high performing team of approximately 200 professionals that provide technical support in program strategic planning, implementation, monitoring, learning and evaluation. We have ongoing projects in Kabale, Nebbi, Apac, Gulu, Tororo, Pallisa, Kaberamaido, Soroti, Serere, Kumi, Ngora, Bukedea, Katakwi and Amuria districts and Karamoja region. Current programs include Climate change and food security initiative, Water hygiene and sanitation, Village savings and loan associations, Support to orphans and vulnerable children, HIV and AIDS, Participatory Evaluation Process. PAG SDS engages on Emergency relief when significant disaster occurs. PAG has made significant contribution in Uganda’s effort to achieve the Milleniun Development Goals (MDGs). There is documented evidence and tangible Outcomes of our work towards eradicating extreme poverty and hunger; promoting gender equality and women empowerment; Combating HIV/AIDS; and promoting environmental sustainability (MDGs 1, 3, 6 and 7). Our programming processes put greater emphasis on Management for Development Results (MfDR). We focus on results, development effectiveness, ownership and engagement of the primary stakeholders in the entire Project Cycle Management. Our programs target individuals, households and communities irrespective of their political, religious, or other affiliations. We give priority to the most vulnerable members in the community. The priority target groups include people living with HIV and AIDS, people with disability, the elderly, widows, orphans, female-headed and child-headed households. We have achieved alot in positive transformation of individual lives, households and communities. Reading through our website will help you understand the details of our impact in Uganda.

Projects we are involved in.

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Water Hygiene and Sanitation

Uganda is generally semi arid and has experienced severe decline in water sources over the past few decades. This has been worsened by frequent and prolonged […]
January 13, 2016

Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLAs)

Armed rebellion, civil conflicts, natural/environmental disasters, and diseases are the major cause of poverty in the rural communities where PAG is providing Social Development Service. Village […]
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Participatory Evaluation Process – (PEP)

Participatory Evaluation Process (PEP) is designed to mobilize communities to and church to design, plan, implement, and evaluate their development process. PEP facilitates communities to “discover” […]
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The Global HIV and AIDS Epidemic Estimates The first AIDS case was diagnosed in 1981 in the United States of America and the disease has since […]
January 13, 2016

Emergency Relief

PAG SDS engages on Emergency Relief whenever a state of emergency is declared in its target communities. The communities where PAG provides social development services have […]
January 13, 2016

Climate Change and Food Security Initiative

PAG Uganda approaches food insecurity issues through an integrated programming that simultaneously addresses food availability, food access and food utilization issues. This integration of program components […]