About CCF Pader
The Restoration Project
The Restoration Project is a campaign established to support the powerful work of CCF in northern Uganda.
CCF northern Uganda
The work started in Acholiland, northern Uganda in 2002 as Alice Achan, with the support of local leadership, saw a desperate need to care for emotional and spiritual wellbeing of girls who had escaped captivity by the LRA. Most were aged only 12- 16 years, were pregnant or had babies, and all had suffered unspeakable atrocities.
Today the work of CCF continues to be locally led and staffed in northern Uganda. We work closely with local communities to help address the issues most affecting this war-ravaged region. Our vision is for the shifting of culture in their country as girls are protected, educated and empowered.
CCF is a community-based organization in northern Uganda, committed to providing education, social protection and maternal and child healthcare to war affected women and children.
CCF is committed to the Christian values of love, respect, peace, and service to humanity. CCF also values inclusiveness, honesty, transparency, and accountability. CCF pledges to use its financial, physical, and human resources wisely and prudently.
As a member of the Pader district NGO Forum, CCF accepts its individual and organisational responsibilities and holds itself fully accountable for its words and actions.