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Transgender Equality Uganda Documents

Health and Legal Resources for Transgender Women in Uganda

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Transgender Equality Uganda (TEU)

Tel.: +256 700 385 818
        +256 752 462 818
Email: transequganda@gmail.com
TEU offers a free space for advocacy and capacity building for transgender women and transgender sex workers on health, gender and human rights. TEU also provides counselling, rehabilitation and shelter for transgender women and transgender sex workers who are victims of human rights violence and discrimination based on gender orientation and sexual minority. TEU also does advocacy and capacity building on health rights and responsibilities for transgender women and makes referrals to health facilities.

Ice Breakers Uganda

Tel: +256 392 853 652
Email: info@icebreakersuganda.com

IBU offers referrals, provision of health consumables like lubes and condoms and health sensitization programs.

Kuchu Times


Website: www.kuchutimes.com
Email: info@kuchutimes.com
Kuchu Times provides a safe, open space for people to share their stories and provide honest information, to shine a light on what is taking place within LGBTI movement across the continent and to bring forward the debate and discussions using stories, movies and documentaries.

Defenders Protection Initiative


Address: 

Ggaba Road, Kansanga
Plot No. 944 Block 254
P.O Box 35684, Kampala

Tel: +256 392 201 102
Email: admin@defendersprotection.org

DPI aims at contributing to the promotion and protection of human rights, good governance, rule of law, peace and democracy by strengthening the capacity of human rights defenders (HRDs) to mainstream security, safety and protection management in their work.

Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum


Website: www.hrapf.org
Address: 

Plot 390, Professor Apollo
Nsibambi Road,
(20 metres off Balintuma Road, Namirembe)

Tel.: +256 414 530 683
+256 312 530 683
Email: info@hrapf.org
HRAPF offers free legal services to the sexual minorities and other marginalized groups in society. They also create awareness on the laws affecting the rights of sexual minorities, do research and publications and advocacy on issues of marginalised persons.

Chapter 4 Uganda


Website: http://chapterfouruganda.com/
Address: 

Plot 2 Wampewo Avenue,
Kampala, Uganda

Tel.: +256 790 916 614
Chapter 4 Uganda offers legal services.