We are PICOT!

The organization came into existence in 2005 following the realization by a group of progressive youth who felt concerned about the development needs and challenges affecting the youth, women and the wider community of West Nile District. Among the challenges noted with concern to be addressed include but not limited to HIV/AIDS, Sexual Reproductive Health, poverty, low education attainment, poor governance, youth unemployment and environmental degradation.

What I Do

Over the years, PICOT has implemented several projects that are mainly aligned to our program areas below

Education and skills development

EDUCATION: PICOT has enjoyed a long and fruitful partnership with Agha Khan Foundation, UWEZO and other partners in enhancing the quality of education in the region.

Organizational capacity building

To enhance institutional effectiveness and efficiency, PICOT maintains a work environment that fosters personal and professional growth for all its employees.

Livelihood and Environment

PICOT is currently implementing a 4-year (2016 – 2020) livelihood project on “Promoting Youth Social and Economic Empowerment through Civil Society and Local Authorities (Youth SEECs)”

Humanitarian Response

Although PICOT does not have a long experience & direct footmark in the refugee settlements in West Nile, humanitarian response is one of its focus areas in the new Strategic Plan 2018 – 2022.

Holistic Health Promotion

PICOT has established school health clubs in selected 20 Primary and Secondary schools to address sexual reproductive health challenges such menstrual management,

Our Projects

Through our donors and partners, we are implemeneting a number of projects that constitute our programs areas.

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Testimonials

Some stories from our beneficiaries!

Our Story

Partners in Community Transformation (PICOT) is a non-profit making local Non-Governmental Organization registered with National NGO Board with registration number 10147 and operating in Koboko, Maracha and Arua Districts at the moment. PICOT was formerly known as Koboko Youth in Development (KOYID) founded in 2005 as a Community Based Organization (CBO) by a group of progressive youth who felt concerned about the development needs and challenges affecting the youth, women and the communities of Koboko District and West Nile at large.

Our Partners & Donors