PARTNERSHIPS
We work with relevant partners, both local and international, in achieving our mission.
BUILDING PEACE
Cash Distribution
Women distributing their savings from GRTR first Grant given as a response to COVID-19 lockdown
Visit by CEO Xievier project in UK
GRTR staff in a group photo at the GRTR offices at Ofua, Rhino Camp Refugee settlement with the CEO Xievier Project in UK
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GLOBAL REHABILITATION TRANSFORMATION REPONSE

WHO ARE WE?

Global Rehabilitation and Transformation Response is a non-profit, non-sectarian, non-government organization that aims at transforming communities through providing services aligned with the sustainable development goals. We support underprivileged individuals and groups irrespective of their age, gender, race, nationality, political affiliation, socio-economic status or religious belief. GRTR was conceived in 2019 by a group of humanitarian and development professionals who are passionate about enhancing the well-being of refugees in both Uganda and South Sudan. We are officially registered to operate in Arua city, Madi-Okollo, Terego and Yumbe districts, and are headquartered in Ofua II, Rhino Camp refugee settlement, North-western Uganda. We are also a legally registered entity in South Sudan.

THE TEAM

Our workforce comprises of a small but dedicated team of staff and volunteers who are passionate about creating positive change in the lives of our beneficiaries.
Please wash your hands with soap often

WHAT WE DO

Our work is categorized into six (6) thematic areas. Hover over each one to read its strategic goal. 

LIVELIHOODS

The welfare of individuals, groups and communities is enhanced through increased access to opportunities for socio-economic development

PEACE-BUILDING

Through peace education and constructive conflict handling, peaceful coexistence in communities is strengthened.

EDUCATION

Enhanced knowledge through focused and inclusive learning, capacity-building and technical support to stakeholders and beneficiaries.

RESEARCH

Quality research in all programming areas is undertaken and findings are shared with key stakeholders.

ENVIRONMENT

Through recovery of ecosystems and conservation of biodiversity, the environment is protected.

WASH

Refugees and their host communities are informed about public health issues.

IMPACT

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VULNERABLE WOMEN

given capital and financial literacy to support them through the pandemic. 

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VULNERABLE PERSONS

given emergency food assistance during the pandemic in 2020

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REPRESENTATIVES

from Rhino Camp settlement trained on refugee rights and duties

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FACE MASKS

distributed among refugees in Rhino Camp refugee settlement

CASE STUDIES

Read about how our cash support program helped several women cope at the height of the pandemic in 2020. 

ESTHER GABA

Esther is a South Sudanese refugee and grandmother in her late fifty's. She lives in Rhino Camp settlement, North-western Uganda.

ROSE NIGHT

A refugee living in Eden, Rhino Camp settlement, Rose is in her late thirty's and has to fend for her family amidst the challenges of the pandemic.

COVID-19 IS REAL!

Prevent yourself and others from getting COVID-19 by adhering to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) issued by the World Health Organization (WHO). PLEASE!