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URICT was formed to assist the rural people and villagers get access to information, fight the digital age, advocate for their fundamental rights and improve their health and socio-economic status and lives using an integrated approach especially through Information and Communication and Education
URICT 's vision is "A Uganda with informed and educated rural people/villagers accessing quality, adequate and equitable Information and Communication and Education services at the same time seeing that their rights as disadvantaged peopled are respected by state of Uganda" while URICT Mission is "To contribute towards raising the level, Quality & Equity of Information and Communication and Education Services and advocate for the rights of rural people and villagers in Uganda through increasing access, advocacy, economic empowerment and working with other development actors"
As URICT continues to grow, and due to changing needs of the various categories of interest groups with a bearing on the organization, like all growing and learning organizations, URICT is metamorphosing into an organization that serves a broad range of specific interests, with a focus on particular aspects as reflected in its new vision, mission, purpose, objectives and values (August 2013)
A Uganda with informed and educated rural people/villagers accessing quality, adequate and equitable Information and Communication and Education services at the same time seeing that their rights as disadvantaged peopled are respected by state of Uganda
1. To bring an end to Child and Human Sacrifice in Busoga Eastern Uganda.
2. Access to Safe Clean Water
3. Ending Fistula and Maternal Death in Kamuli and Buyende
4. Food Security at Household Level in Busogfa.
5. Access to Vocational and Life Skills Training.
6. Access to markets for economice empowerment for the rural women using social media.
7. To provide friendly, indiscriminate Information and Communication Technology Services to the rural and Villagers in Uganda.
§ Respect for human rights of every individual is key guide to our work.
§ Integrity is prime in our work.
§ Teamwork is the basis for all achievement.
§ Confidentiality at individual and organizational levels
URICT primarily targets rural disadvantaged people with Rural Women, Children and Youths with secondary involvement of youths, children, Local authorities, Elders and Opinion Leaders, faith based leaders, like-minded institutions, civil society, organizations, individuals and communities.
Date de fondation : 15/04/2005
Numéro d'identification : No: S5914/9063
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Numéro de téléphone : +256775055 492
Numéro de fax : +256434123 063
Busota – 1 Bugonda Zone Kamuli – Jinja Rd, Busota Kamuli Uganda, Busota Kamuli, Eastern Region, 256, Ouganda
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