To implement our different programme activities successfully, the Foundation has over the years worked with a number of local partners in different parts of the country and, occasionally, beyond.

Culture in Development Programme Partners

  1. Plan international
  2. ActionAid Uganda
  3. Arcus Foundation
  4. Cultural Institutions in Uganda

Heritage Education Programme and Community Museum Partners

  1. Cultural Heritage clubs in over 130 Secondary Schools in Uganda
  2. Museum of Acholi Art and Culture, Kitgum
  3. Cultural Research Centre, Jinja
  4. Iteso Cultural Union, Soroti
  5. The Home of Edirisa, Kabale
  6. Igongo Cultural Centre, Mbarara
  7. Uganda Rural Development and Training Programme, Kagadi
  8. The Madi-Lugbara Cultural Foundation, Arua
  9. Nebbi Cultural Troupe
  10. Ker Kwonga chiefdom museum, Nebbi
  11. St. Luke Community Museum, Kyotera
  12. Kigulu Chiefdom Museum, Iganga
  13. Uganda Martyrs University Museum, Nkonzi
  14. Bulemba Community Museum, Kasese
  15. Koogere Foundation Museum, Fort Portal, Kabarole
  16. Mt. Elgon History and Cultural Museum, Mbale
  17. Madi Community Museum, Moyo
  18. Bugungu Heritage and Information Centre, Buliisa
  19. Enkwanzi Museum, Kabaale

Cultural Rights Programme Partners

  1. Rakai District Heritage Development Programme
  2. Madi Sub-Region Heritage Development Programme
  3. Ethur Community Museum
  4. Kibaale District Heritage Development Programme
  5. Ik Agenda Development Initiative
  6. Uganda Community Museums Association
  7. Obudingiya Bwa Ba’amba
  8. Rwebisengo Widows’ Cultural Association, Ntoroko
  9. Go Culture Africa
  10. Kibatsi Youth Development Association, Bushenyi
  11. Golden Youth Ahead Association, Hoima
  12. Tubehammwe Women’s Group, Buliisa
  13. Northern Karamoja Indigenous Minority Groups Platform
  14. The Rwenzori Indigenous Minority Groups Platform
  15. The Equal Opportunities Commission

Historical Property Conservation and Promotion Partners

  1. Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA)
  2. Buganda Heritage and Tourism Board
  3. The Uganda Museum
  4. Uganda Tourism Board (UTB)
  5. Ham Mukasa Family
  6. The Appolo Kaggwa Foundation
  7. Mengo Hospital
  8. Makerere University
  9. Other Historical Buildings owners

Pluralism Knowledge Programme Partners (2008-2014)

  1. Kosmopolis Institute
  2. Uganda Women Network (UWONET)
  3. Human Rights Network Uganda (HURINET-U)
  4. Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGF)
  5. Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU)
  6. Human Rights and Peace Center (HURIPEC)
  7. Kampala International University (KIU)
  8. Islamic University in Uganda (IUiU)
  9. Gulu University
  10. Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Organisations (DENIVA)
  11. Nkumba University
  12. Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi
  13. Mpigi NGO Forum

Other Progamme Partners

  1. The Uganda Museum
  2. Uganda National Commission for UNESCO
  3. Ministry of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities
  4. Ministry of Gender, Labour, and Social Development
  5. International National Trusts Organisation (INTO)