GLOFORD launches Girl Child Voice-GVC Project in Oyam district

By Abet Tonny GLOFORD UGANDA is excited to launch the GCV Project with funding from OXFAM NOVIB through the Voice project component. Targeting the two sub-counties of Aber and Loro in Oyam district. The goal of the project is to contribute to fulfilment of the rights of the girl child within protective family and institutional (school).. read more →

Inauguration of youth leaders in various institutions

GLOFORD believes in mentorship as a vehicle to equip and sustain transformation leadership ideals necessary for the development of communities. The GLOFORD CEO participates in several invitations and inauguration of youth leaders for youth serving and youth led institutions across Lango sub region and sometimes nationally read more →

Expanding service delivery through Youth Parliament

The youth of Barr sub-county are now happy that the services have been extended closer to them. Since their engagements with the HC leadership, the YoPs together with the elected youth leaders are now working with the HC to decentralize YFS and development information passage to the parish level. In this quarter, outreaches have been.. read more →

Youth Voices and participation through Youth Parliaments in Lira district, Northern Uganda

The youth in Uganda are at least 78 % of the population according to the Uganda National Population Census 2014. This youth surge remains a critical development discussion at global, regional, national and local levels. To make a contribution to youth organizing, empowerment and leadership for development, GLOFORD Uganda has designed and is implementing an.. read more →

Leading change, working with and for youth together

“I take responsibility to support and work with my fellow youth and work for them as a citizen of this country”, remarked by David Oula. David Oula is the Deputy Speaker of Ojwina division youth Parliament. He came on board about six months ago (May 2016) during the restructuring of the parliament. His passion for.. read more →