Icebreakers Uganda

We work towards a Uganda of total justice devoid of discrimination based on sexual orientation and free of HIV/AIDS and its disastrous effects.

Where we work

About us

Icebreakers Uganda is a care and support organization formed in 2004 that caters for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) – Ugandans 18 years and over – who are ‘coming out’, as well as men and women who are already ‘out’, or having feelings of loneliness or isolation due to their sexuality or sexual orientation. Icebreakers Uganda educates men and women about their sexual health with regard to risky sexual behaviours with much emphasis on HIV/AIDS and STIs and other health services as well as promoting their Fundamental Rights. We were registered in August 2012 under the companies act.


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Key Figures

Resource Personnel

Personnel Number of people
Paralegals 5
Peer Educators 35
Village Health Teams 6

Recorded Human Rights Violations

Violation Number of occurences
Arbitrary Detention 10

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