International Day for Rural Women
Celebrations held in Kayunga District 2021
National Level Policy Advocacy
and Partnership Meeting

Welcome to SHED

SHED is an indigenous Non-governmental organization dully registered with the National NGO bureau under registration number 3117.


To promote Peaceful societies through Human rights, Access to justice and Development initiatives.


A society where all women, girls, men and boys live dignified lives, access equal life opportunities and enjoy full rights.

Our Programs

SHED is committed to providing a number of services to the communities including;


Education Program

SHED’s education program is in line with the Education Sector Strategic Plan objectives...

Health Program

HIV/AIDS remains a serious public health problem globally and especially in Sub-Saharan Africa.
human rigts

Human Rights Program

Gender-based violence (GBV) is one of the most prevalent human rights violations in the world.

Join us today and Make a difference

Become part of the machine that helps make a difference in the lives of those in need. Join the growing number SHED volunteer army today

Our Upcoming Programs

We are starting to roll out a number of programs to benefit communities in Uganda.

Child Sponsorship Scheme

Kalangala district has a high number of orphans and vulnerable children totaling to 5, 987 out of the total population of children which is 11,798. A total of 2330 orphans are aged 0-17 yrs, accounting for 19.8% of children in the district and is above the national average of 13.4%...

Accommodation and Trainning Facilities

SHED equips youth with technical skills in various trades like; crafts, hairdressing, catering, building and candle making. This comes in form of three months modular training where young people choose to participate in a particular trade according to preference.

Village Savings and Loan Association

Poverty and low household incomes are the leading factors that increase vulnerability of youth and OVC households. There is still a very large gap between the needs of the poor for financial services and the ability for banks and Micro finance institutions(MFIs) to provide these services.

Success Stories

Legal empowerment and access to justice