Community Restoration Initiative Project is a strategic indigenous, Independent, not for-profit , Human Rights and Gender Equality national Non-Government Organization (NGO) founded in 2003. It is legally registered as an NGO with the NGO board ministry of Internal affairs government of Uganda with its headquarters based in Iganga District.

We make short and long term commitments to communities by embracing both indigenous and scientific knowledge community driven initiative through the development of partnership based on mutual respect and trust. With an aim of fostering the development of sustainable and effective participatory communities in Uganda.

C.R.I.P mainly focuses on actions that directly improve the lives of poor, vulnerable and marginalized communities in urban, peri-ubran and the rural communities of Uganda

C.R.I.P  is to continue investing in research , advocacy and community empowerment towards programmes that contribute to causing positive changes in the broader areas of human rights like the right to good health, the  right to education, the right to clean environment and natural resources, the right to safe water, transparency and  accountability and democracy deepening.


a. To educate communities about their fundamental human rights and gender equality as to eective equip them with the necessary    information to secure and defend these rights.

b. To advocate fair laws enforcement and its implementation to guarantee observance.


To have a Uganda in which all communities realize and exercise their human rights and gender equity as a foundation for stability, social justice, accountability, democracy and good governance for sustainable development in  Uganda.


To facilitate the observance of human rights and gender equality in communities through advocacy, empowerment, civic education, trainings, research, social justice, community outreach and strategic partnership.


  1. Equal Opportunity
  2. Result Oriented
  3. Team Work
  4. Excellence
  5. Timelines

We work with volunteers, partners both local and international, civil society organizations, religious institutions, academic or learning institutions and government in fulfilling and implementing our programmes


To be a leading catalyst of change and regeneration in our communities today by advocating for equal participation for all