Who We Are

National Union of Disabled persons of Uganda (NUDIPU) is an umbrella organization that advocates for the inclusion of Persons with Disabilities’ and their concerns in the mainstream development processes.
NUDIPU strategic plan 2020-2024 highlights progressive commitment on part of the government through legislative and policy frameworks which promote and protect the rights of Persons with Disabilities.

NUDIPU in collaboration with DPOs and other disability stakeholders, prioritized for the next five years (2020-2024) the following goals;

  • NUDIPU and DPOs capacities are strengthened to deliver on their mandates.
  • Policies of government and other actors are inclusive to address the needs of Persons with Disabilities.
  • Needs and concerns of Persons with Disabilities are effectively included in socio-economic empowerment programmed in Uganda.

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Why Choose Us

OUR VISION

A Just and Fair Society where Persons with Disabilities live a prosperous and Dignified life.

OUR MISSION

To advocate for the rights of Persons with Disability in a unified voice for improved livelihoods.

RESOURCE CENTRE

How Responsive to Disability 
are the Implementation Frameworks for SDG 2? Hunger is one of the negative forces that tend to exclude Persons with disabilities from participating in development programs. 
Malnutrition is among the most common causes of disabilities. It stops millions of people from attaining their full physical and intellectual potential, and prevents many from participating in development.

Towards Zero Hunger

How Responsive to Disability
are the Implementation Frameworks for SDG…

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Sustainable Cities and Communities for All: Responsiveness to Disability 
of the Implementation Frameworks for SDG 11

Sustainable Cities & Communities

Sustainable Cities and Communities for All: Responsiveness to Disability…

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Rapid Analysis of the Participation and Involvement of 
Persons with Disabilities in the Implementation 
Frameworks of SDGs 1, 2 and 11

Frameworks of SDGs 1, 2 and 11

Rapid Analysis of the Participation and Involvement of
Persons with Disabilities…

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