Community Project Sensitization
Sensitisation of the community on the importances and benefits of housing projects
A demo unit built by members of Housing cooperatives
(Nabweru, Uganda Builders and Polysack PHCs) during the World Habitat Day celebrations
Focus groups
Uganda Housing Cooperative Union‘s focus is on the socio-economically disadvantaged groups within the communities of Uganda.
The First Housing finance conference in Uganda
The First Housing finance conference in Uganda was held on the 2nd and 3rd of July 2015 where it was mentioned that more than 49.9% of Ugandans earn less than 50,000 ugx.
Celebration of international Cooperative day 2015 Kabale
A stall showcasing housing cooperatives and information on how to join them during the exhibition
Uganda Housing Cooperative Union Vision
A community where each individual has access to a healthy dwelling environment.
UHOCU Legal status
Uganda Housing Cooperative Union is a registered body with of the Ministry of Trade Industry and Cooperatives. It is registered under the Uganda Cooperative Societies Statute 1991 and the Uganda Cooperative Regulations 1992.

Welcome To Uganda Housing Cooperative Union

UHOCU is a development organisation. It is a not for profit organisation working towards the right to adequate housing amongst low and middle income earners in Uganda.UHOCU can also be labeled as an organisation that advocates for its membership to have access to adequate housing and therefore with the help of external donors and government designs and implements projects to ensure that this goal is achieved. Uganda Housing Cooperative Union was established in the year 2013...  Read More

UHOCU Projects

Brief About us

54.fw Uganda Housing Cooperative Union was established by a group of 10 primary housing cooperatives which came together in a bid to find access to adequate housing ... Read More››

Brief About Us

  • Our Vision

    A community where each individual has access to a healthy dwelling environment.

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  • Our Mission

    To facilitate access to adequate housing to all individuals in the Ugandan in society through ...
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  • Core programs

  • UHOCU has three core programs that it believes will help in achieving its mission;
    1. Training and community sensitisation
    2. Water, Sanitation and Physical Infrastructure
    3. Lobbying and advocacy
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  • Our Partners