Action for Child Social and Economic Transformation (ACSET) Uganda is an indigenous non-profit-organization registered in Uganda under the Uganda National NGO Bureau (S.5914/14979) and Uganda Registration Service Bureau (URSB) registration number 221856. ACSET Uganda is a member of Lira NGO forum – an umbrella organization of NGOs and CBOs working in Lango Sub-region with Reg. No: LF/NGO/LR/1220. Using a Right – Based – Approach, ACSET implements four inter-related and connected thematic areas, each of them with specific objectives to alleviate poverty in Uganda; Agriculture and Economic Development, Education and Vocational Skill Development, Renewable Energy and Clean Drinking Water, Health and Social protection. .
ACSET – Uganda strives to have an economically-empowered and enlightened community that works together to alleviate poverty and promote sustainable, healthy lifestyles for vulnerable children, youth and women through the implementation of demand driven and financially sustainable programs that both develop capacity and generate income.
A society free from poverty and injustice in which vulnerable children and youth live in harmony with everybody and every person enjoys their right to a life of dignity.
ACSET shall be bound by the following beliefs
ACSET Uganda is run by a management team headed by an Executive Director and supervised by five board members. Currently ACSET has ten permanent staff members and four volunteers and is currently running projects in six different districts of Uganda with several national and international partners.
Mr. Bruno S. Akejo studied Rural Development and Natural Resource Management at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), in Sweden. He has experience in the field of rural development, organization management and youth engagement
Mr. Jaspher Ewany studied Agriculture for Sustainable Development at Natural Resources Institute (NRI), University of Greenwich, in the United Kingdom and graduated with MSc. He has experience in agriculture, rural development, and youth engagement through indigenous Hip-hop projects.
Mr. Allan Obot studied Business Administration at Makerere University Business School (MUBS) He has experience in Finance management and general Administration.