Disability Rights Fund(DRF)They are our development partners. They support us in advancing dignity and human rights of people with disabilities.We are currently implementing a project(SRHRs) supported by DRF.
Deliverance Church Uganda in Walukuba to provide a friendly relaxing environment for distressed members and mental health promotion activities on the church grounds.
Jinja Regional Referral Hospital especially the Mental health Unit to promote well being of people affected by mental health problems through offering psycho education, Psycho social support and raising awareness in the community about the available services.
Mental Health Fellowship (ATANENKONTOLA) in the area of training, dialogues and campaigns in selected areas. For instance, members of Atanekontola and district opinion leaders were trained by three facilitators from TRIUMPH on the topic of introduction to Human rights and the CRPD.
The AIDS Intervention Program (TAIP) in Jinja district especially in the area of integrating mental health in HIV programming in religious institutions.
Ministry of Health Through health promotion programs, policy formulation and implementation.
World Vision Mental health awareness raising campaign through a radio program in partnership with the Ministry of Health under mhGap project.
National Union of women with Disabilities in Uganda (NUWODU) in the area of identifying and supporting women affected by psycho-social disabilities.
National Union of Disabled Persons in Uganda (NUDIPU) and its member organisations in national strategic advocacy engagements.
Human Rights Network (HURINET) on the Universal Periodic Review Process preparatory reports.
Butabika National Referral Mental Hospital in peer support and recovery training.
Uganda People’s Defence Force (UPDF) to train armed forces and their communities in mental health first aid.
World Health Organisation in the area of information sharing, consultations, document/materials review and piloting the use of some WHO designed training tools.
World Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry (WNUSP) and the Pan African Network of People with Psychosocial Disabilities (PANUSP) in the area of information sharing and policy advocacy.
Siita nest Mother’s Love Home Contributing to the education of Children affected by mental health problems
Epi-line in jinja for information technology assistance and consultancy