Wed Yosif
Wed Yosif

Together for free world respects the rights.

Fabio Lucio
Fabio Lucio

o se nao todos juntos.

Hayden Blythe
Hayden Blythe

Investing now!

Andre van Coller
Andre van Coller

Must be South Africa. More women for the president!

Beena Kouli
Beena Kouli

fantastic project.

Astrid Bogaertsa
Astrid Bogaertsa

I can not belive my eyes, why can peaple be so cruel.

George Norris
George Norris

What do you find wrong with slavery? It gets things done. Look what happened to the U.S. when we abolished slavery....the whole place has gone to hell.....starting at the top.

Jana McCarty
Jana McCarty

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Yiga Robert
Yiga Robert

The Uganda Public Rescue Foundation (UPRF) is a non-government organization that has its major objectives of fighting for Human rights of Minorities and indigent persons, improving access to justice for all those charged with criminal offences in fulfillment of constitutional requirements fight for children’s, men, Disabled, and women rights that has been infringed and sensitization of masses against HIV/AIDS infection in Uganda. The foundation strives to realize this important goal by...

The Uganda Public Rescue Foundation (UPRF) is a non-government organization that has its major objectives of fighting for Human rights of Minorities and indigent persons, improving access to justice for all those charged with criminal offences in fulfillment of constitutional requirements fight for children’s, men, Disabled, and women rights that has been infringed and sensitization of masses against HIV/AIDS infection in Uganda. The foundation strives to realize this important goal by offering legal services to poor people, especially those charged with serious and complex criminal offences in the higher courts and the chief magistrate’s courts.

The jurisdiction for UPRF is based on evidence that the majority of people who are held in Uganda’s prisons charged with criminal offences and those in police cells on suspicion of having committed crimes are not only indigent but also ignorant of their rights. Many of those on remand lack knowledge of how to apply for bail. In some instances police investigations are allegedly carried out for unnecessarily and often unconstitutionally long periods. The living condition of many prisoners leaves a lot to be desired. These prisoners are poorly fed and lack uniforms and blankets. They are subjected to have labour and other forms of violation of prisoners’ rights like living in congested cells. To be assured of justice under the above circumstances, the prisoners need legal services. However, available legal services from the private bar are expensive and therefore beyond the means of these poor people.

In setting the agenda for its humanitarian work, UPRF has prepared a logic framework that identifies 8 specific results to be achieved over a period of 3 years.

Muroojje Okla
Muroojje Okla

This is so exciting and I am so blessed to be apart of it! YAY!

Not For Sale
Not For Sale
  • Muroojje Okla

Muroojje, thanks for your support! We really appreciate it!

Muroojje Okla
Muroojje Okla
  • Muroojje Okla

aww u wlc :)

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