Restoration and Hope for Refugees (REHORE)is an NGO
Restoration and Hope for Refugees (REHORE), is an indigenous, non-profit, charitable and development non-governmental organisation (NGO), Registration No 0813 INDR10006732NB and Permit of Operation No 0947 INDP9525732 registered by the National Bureau for Non-Governmental Organisations, with its office located at Makindye-Salaama Road, Kipamba-Zone Kampala-Uganda. It operates countrywide to carry out its activities in the fields of providing support and hope to refugees; supporting women & children affected by war;advocating for women and children empowerment / protection and providing water, sanitation and hygiene. REHORE has been working to improve on the refugees’ wellbeing in the urban areas and refugee settlements since its establishment in 2012.
To promote the wellbeing of refugees and host communities in the country of asylum.
To restore and bring hope to the refugees and host communities.
REHORE Registered as an NGO on 14th. December 2012 registration Number 9525 and having identification number S.5914/10006.
What We Do
REHORE interventions are focused on issues which face refugees in their daily life in Uganda; we do everything possible with government and other partners to alleviate their suffering by improving their economic, social, sanitation, health and education well-being, as well as affable integration in the host community. REHORE empowers refugees through capacity building workshops for life skills, and avails inputs for agriculture and value addition as well as other necessary orientation to enable them live a normal life and to help them participate fully in the cultural and socio-economic development of the host country.
REHORE also works on the mitigation of the environmental challenges due to the refugees’ presence in the settlements and urban areas. We make strong partnerships with government, international agencies, non-governmental organisations, communities and individuals at national, regional and international levels.
REHORE empowers refugees by conducting capacity building workshops to promote life skills and avail tools or subsistence agriculture , nutritional valued addition and other necessary orientations to enable refugees live normal life and to help them participate fully in the socio-economic and cultural development of their host country.