Buganda Disabled Union (BUDU)

SDG Action Network

Our SDG Action

Creating a Pilot One-Stop Job Center for Ugandans with disabilities using Public-Private Partnerships

Uganda Kampala
Number of people taking this action: 20-50
The project aims to bring various stakeholders- including government agencies, secondary schools, public and private universities, private companies, Employers’ Associations, disabled peoples organizations (DPOs) and Parents’ Association – together in the context of PPP, using M
8 decent work and economic growth
Organising Partners
Buganda Disabled Union Buganda Kingdom Government Humanity & Inclusion Association of University Centres on Disabilities (AUCD) United States International Council on Disability (USICD)

About Buganda Disabled Union (BUDU)

Buganda Disabled Union (BUDU) is a Disabled Persons’ Organisation (DPO) in Uganda founded by disabled people from Buganda Kingdom in 2010 with the purpose of raising awareness about disability rights and inclusion of Persons with Disabilities within the socio-cultural and economic programmes of the Buganda Kingdom. The organisation was registered on 14th November, 2014 as a Local Non-Government Organisation (NGO), with the National NGO Registration Board (Registration No. S. 5914/6937); under the Non-Governmental Organisations Registration ACT, CAP. 113.


‘A society where Persons with Disabilities are empowered and live independent and dignified lives’


Promoting Socio-Cultural & Economic Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Buganda Kingdom

Countries We Work in
Languages We Work in
SDGs We Tackle
8 decent work and economic growth