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 undergone a series of disasters. Natural disasters and armed conflict inflict negative impact in the community, households and individuals. The following are some of the emergency relief and rehabilitation…

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 aims at increasing production, reducing vulnerability to food insecurity. The overall strategic objective for the PAG food security program is to ―sustainably reduce food insecurity among chronically food insecure…

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 droughts resulting from climate change. Clean water sources are now inadequate as many spring wells continue to dry up. However, the human population continues to increase thus making available…

PAG has made significant achievement in guiding youth to make the right choices and engage in socio-economic transformation This effort is driven by the great need to address the issue of unemployment of youth. According to the Africa Development Indicators, unemployed young people, between the ages of 15 to 24, were recorded at 83% in Uganda….

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