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.

Applicants must demonstrate that they meet mandatory requirements in respect to financial capacity, legal status, compliance with applicable tax laws and experience in respect to the goods, services and works applied for.

CARE reserves the right to accept or reject any application and is not bound to give reasons thereof. Please note that CARE doesnot tolerate Corruption, Sexual Harassment, Exploitation and Abuse. CARE does not ask any applicant payment for any procurement process and any form of canvassing or lobbying for expression of interest shall lead to automatic disqualification.

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Expression of Interest to Co-implement Ecosystem Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaptation Project


CAMP + Baseline ToR


Market Assessment and Value Chain Analysis in Kyegegwa and Kyenjojo districts


Sale of used CARE vehicle


Consultancy Services for conducting a baseline study on Access, Protenction, Empowerment, Accountability and Leadership Project (APEAL)


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Uganda: Country Statistics

  • Population:
  • Life Expectancy:
    62.3 years
  • % Of Pop Female:
  • Aged 0 - 14: