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ANCHOR promotes non-violent demobilization of LRA and other armed groups, as well as protection, rescue and rehabilitation of affected persons and communities especially women and children in post-conflict zones through supporting partners to establish early warning systems, demobilization (defection), and rehabilitation (transit).


ANCHOR works towards ensuring that policy makers and practitioners reach beyond security and intelligence measures to tackle violent extremism through establishing credible evidence that informs programs focused on building capacity of actors from the local to national and regional level in a way that builds resilience.


ANCHOR builds capacity and influences public institutions to act as agents and promoters of peace through good governance and relevant legislation. By doing so, ANCHOR targets relevant government ministries,departments and agencies.


ANCHOR collaborates with regional and global partners such as Invisible Children Inc. (USA), SAIPED (DRC), Inter Church Committee (SS) and Vision for Development (CAR) to coordinate life-saving programs aimed at preventing conflict and peacefully eroding the capacity of armed insurgents. These include the establishment and management of early warning networks,defection initiatives and advocacy to create and sustain awareness about the plight of war-affected communities.

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Building Peace & Prosperity

We work with national and international partners to deliver much needed expertise and programing to strengthen community resilience and recovery through: Peace Education; Vocational Skilling; Research and Advocacy; Defection Cycle Management (DDRRR); Logistical and Infrastructure Support; Organizational Capacity Development.

Fighting Human Trafficking

Trafficking in Persons is a form of modern-day slavery. Anywhere from 700,000 to 4 million persons worldwide are trafficked across or within national borders every year. ANCHOR is committed to building the capacity of duty bearers and frontline responders to improve Prevention, Protection, and Prosecution of Trafficking in Persons. 

War Recovery Programs

ANCHOR also partners with other local organizations in coordinating its life saving protection and recovery programs in war affected communities of the DRC, Central African Republic, South Sudan and Uganda.

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Our Vision

A Peaceful, Stable, and Prosperous Community

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T: (+256) 757 535 422

E: info@anchor-africa.org

Our Address

Plot 190
Kigobe Road Ntinda,
P.O. BOX 37041
Kampala Uganda

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