“CARE has been active in Uganda since 1969 and working in the country continuously since 1979”
Tenders & Bids
CARE International in Uganda is a subsidiary of CARE International, a leading humanitarian and development agency fighting global poverty around the world. CARE has been active in Uganda since 1969 and working in the country continuously since 1979, implementing a diverse portfolio of programs and projects ranging from emergency services to economic development and Civil Society building, natural resource governance, climate change, disaster risk reduction and women economic empowerment. Currently CARE runs emergency response and development programs across the country, with its head office in Kampala and sub offices in Arua, Gulu, Kyangwali and Kyenjojo.
The following Tender Opportunities are currently available:
|Terms of Reference For Developing a Technical Guidance Note for Micro catchment-based Planning|
Since 2019, CARE together with her partners under the Partners for Resilience Alliance (PfR) have been implementing a project on “Upscaling Community Resilience through Ecosystem Based Disaster Risk Reduction” (ECODRR) in micro catchments of Aswa River, specifically in the 5 districts of Otuke, Agago, Alebtong, Abim, and Kotido. The project aimed at strengthening Integrated risk management and governance, through Implementing models around Ecosystem management and Restoration, Climate change adaptation/livelihoods and Disaster Risk reduction. As a means to upscale the models, the different partners embraced the Catchment based Integrated Water Resources Management (CbIWRM)approach, including processes to bring local stakeholders together to develop micro-catchment plans, aimed at integrating local vision into long term plans that can be carried by the local beneficiaries, and that are owned and understood at the local level.