Link to Progress implements more integrated projects targeting the improvement of the community in a more holistic way so that, all aspects of community development are considered, this involves different programs including water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), health and nutrition, education, livelihood and economic empowerment and environmental protection.

Water sanitation and hygiene (WASH)

LTP_A boy pumps water

Construction of water sources

To date, LTP has constructed 766 safe water sources benefiting 183,300 people in Uganda. Read more …..

LTP Uganda_Community sensitisation meeting

Capacity building

Capacity building of community-based structures on Good WASH practices. Read more …..


Link to Progress | commissions a 4 classroom block at Amido Primary school in Oyam district

Construction of infrastructure

LTP is passionate about improving the learning environment for children in schools and strengthening the education system.
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The joy of the unprevilaged. in January 2020 6 students who benefited from LTP scholaship project graduated from different universities in Uganda.

University scholarships

University scholarships for underprivileged students. LTP is passionate about providing access to university education …
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A VSLA meeting, members save money weekly while others take loans used to improve on their livelihoods

Economic Empowerment and livelihood

LTP aims at improving the livelihood resilience of smallholder farmers, women, youth, and people with disabilities. Read more …..

Vegetables grown under using drip irrigation in Pader district

Environmental protection and disaster risk reduction

This delivers projects that contribute to improved conservation and protection of the environment and natural resources in disaster-prone areas of Uganda by 2024. Read more …..

A VSLA meeting, members save money weekly while others take loans used to improve on their livelihoods

Health and Nutrition

Generally, challenges experienced by the public in accessing health care in northern Uganda include regular stock-out of medication, absents of medical staff, lack of regular and emergency transport to health facilities, limited awareness of proper hygiene and nutrition standards and lack of the capacity to meet such basic standards for their families, one known outcome is high levels of iron- deficiencies in children. Read more …..