What We Do

Our Activities

We work for moral and socio-economic justice for all citizens. The organisation strives to ensure that citizens are empowered to demand for the efficient and transparent use of public resources to benefit all, particularly, the grassroots communities.

Influencing policies to respond to the needs and interests of grassroots communities is at the heart of TERELEPAR’s work. TERELEPAR works using inter-religious structures to reach the grassroots communities and district level strategic allies and partners, to ensure peace and harmony, good governance and accountable leadership. Discover our activities below. The activities cross cut in all the projects implemented by TERELEPAR:

  • Organise women into VSLAs. This is done particularly in Kolir sub county Bukedea district.
  • Training and accompany VSLA members on VSLA methodology.
  • Train and accompany VSLA members and their male partners in gender actions learning (GALs) methodology.
  • Training leaders and influencers (religious, cultural and government leaders) on gender sensitive alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process for land conflict resolution.
  • Training leaders and influencers (religious, cultural and government leaders) on land rights in formal and informal legal systems.
  • Conduct community awareness raising meetings through media and drama on land rights.
  • Conduct mobile land clinics.
  • Conduct community land dialogues for men and women on the natural resource rights of women.
  • Produce and distribute Information Education and Communication material (IEC) on natural resource rights for women in the community.
  • Provide support to men and women to use the traditional ADR systems for land conflict resolution.
  • Systematic land demarcation especially in Tubur sub county Soroti district.
  • Identification and verification of community change agents (CAs) from all the faith houses in Teso.
  • Train female and male religious leaders and Community Activists in SASA! Faith on engaging communities on GBV prevention and associated HIV risks.
  • Quarterly religious meeting
  • Monthly CAs refresher meeting.
  • Cluster Monitoring and mentoring.
  • Engage female and male religious leaders/community activists on GBV prevention and associated HIV risks at regional and national level through religious leader platforms (IRCU, TERELEPAR and ARLPI).
  • Female and Male Religious Leaders and community activists engage women in female-only spaces for conversations and support on their empowerment journeys.
  • Female and Male Religious Leaders and community activists engage men in male-only spaces in community dialogues on balancing power in relationships.
  • Conducting the male engaged trainings.
  • Train religious leaders and activists on appropriate Handling Disclosure for victims of GBV.
  • Train male and female religious leaders/community activists on referral pathways.
  • Religious leaders and community activists Share information with men and women in target communities on locally appropriate referral pathways for GBV.
  • Provide mentoring and support to government CDOs to coordinate GBV services in target areas.
  • Quarterly CAGs meeting through the district community development officers.
  • Quarterly CAGs meeting through the CDOs.
  • Annual religious strategic meetings for upper category to introduce SASA faith
  • Train community activists on domestic violence act, GBV policy and its action plan
  • 16 days of activism and world aids day.
  • Evaluation both internally and sometimes by external evaluators.