About Us

Planning for Tomorrow Youth Organization (P4T) is a humanitarian youth initiative led Community Based Organization (CBO) that was started in 2007 with Registration number CD/WG/0199/13 by the youth in Kyangwali Hoima Uganda Africa. The founders arrived in Kyangwali from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Burundi, Rwanda and south Sudan along with thousands of refugees fleeing war, violence, hunger and problems resulting from conflicts in their home countries since 1996.

In seeking to bring solutions to refugee and host community most touching, top three issues identified in Kyangwali; Education, Unemployment and Health.

We are addressing these issues in four thematic areas namely; provision of quality education, Health, livelihood and community service.

We believe that by using the people who are part of the community suffering the problems, the best solutions can be achieved. We therefore use the Human Centre Design (HCD) Approach, a Bottom-Up Strategy as there is nothing for us without us.

Our vision

A healthy and self-reliant community that is empowered with knowledge and skills

Our Mission

To empower communities to be healthy and self-reliant through provision of knowledge and skills.

Our Strategic Goals

1. To promote self-reliance through knowledge and skills. 2. To advocate for a healthy community.

Our slogan

We Build Tomorrow

Our motto

Creating The Tomorrow We All Desire

Our Strategic Objectives

1a. To enable sustainable community development initiatives through knowledge and innovation by 2020.

1b. To build income generating capacity through skills training.
2a. To improve individuals’ psychological and physical well-being.
2b. To positively contribute to a safe and peaceful community through sensitization.
2c. To educate the community on the importance of a clean and protected environment.

Our Core Values


what we do


  • Nursery (ECD) and Primary school:
  • We build classrooms and Latrines
  • Employ and pay teachers/caregiver salaries
  • Procure school furniture
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  • Agriculture
  • Livestock and poultry keeping
  • Micro Finance


  • HIV/AIDS and Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV)
  • WASH

Community Services

  • Human Rights (children and women)
  • Child Protection
  • Intercultural and peace building

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