Emergence & Humanitarian Response
Empowered People Living In Safety and Dignity
Who We Are
We have over 15 full Time staff and 10+ volunteers who are well-qualified, experienced and well-grounded development workers with exceptional experience and expertise in Eco systems restoration, protection and conservation, governance and social accountability systems.
TVRA is formally registered with National Bureau of Non-Governmental organizations at Ministry of Internal Affairs of republic of Uganda. Our registration number is 5022(INDR149633616NB) while our permit number is 5424(INDP0003616NB).
Key program areas
— Environment & climate change adaptation
— Livelihood and Sustainable agriculture
TVRA is determined to make its humble contribution towards significant reduction of poverty. To improve livelihoods of refugees and vulnerable persons in northern Uganda
— Governance, accountability & rule of law
When the development arena is characterised by bad governance, lack of accountability and misrule, there will be no development. TVRA will pursue to fight this retrogression.
— Promotion of primary health care services
Primary health care services enable people to gain more control over, and improve, their own health and well-being and that of their families and communities.
— Conflict, peace building & alternative dispute resolution
To support the provision of quality education and training services to refugees & other vulnerable persons in northern Uganda, in order for them to acquire knowledge and skills.
— Institutional strengthening
— Research, publication & training
Research, publications and training play critical role in development. As such, TVRA will raise resources to invest in research and training to enable the organization act from informed point of view
Establishment of “We DA Best” and “Peace Da Best” Nursery groups
In the last 25 months, TVRA formed two nursery youth groups comprising of 20 members both males and females consisting of refugees and host community youth.
We trained the members in group dynamics and plant breeding. The Youth group members are technically supported by Two resident TVRA staff ( Nursery trainers and Plantation supervisors) who support the members at the nursery sites with the required skills to manage and develop their nurseries into viable enterprises.
School Environment Clubs
To Increase awareness on Restoration, conservation and protection of the environment, provide pupils with skills and knowledge on environmental management, to establish wood lots and orchards, five school environment club members consisting of 125 members, 25 members per each school and five environment club patrons, one from each school were formed.
Basic garden tools were given to the school environment club members to practice conservation and manage the orchards. The club members participate in commemoration of environment day.