Gulu Branch trains 400 Boda Boda cyclists.

Uganda Red Cross Society (URCS) Gulu Branch has completed the training of 135 boda boda cyclists in Gulu Municipality in First Aid skills, Road safety and defensive riding. The training is targeting 400 boda boda cyclists within the Gulu Municipality and is set to conclude in the next 6 months.


Lights High as URCS celebrates 50 years in Entebbe

  Excitement, jubilation and celebrations gripped members, partners, well wishers, volunteers of the Red Cross Red Crescent movement as Uganda Red Cross Society (URCS) on 31st July 2014 gathered at Entebbe Mayoral gardens to commemorate the 50th anniversary of its legal birth in Uganda.


Uganda’s Highest Blood Donor celebrates URCS 50 years.

Nine years after “retiring”from donating blood, Hajji Muhamudu Nankwanya remains one of the leading donors in the country. Records from the Uganda Red Cross Society show he has given about 228 points of blood—that is about 84 litres of blood. At 76, he regrets that age cannot allow him to donate more blood as he would have wished. In Ndeze Village, Bulo sub-county in the now Butambala District, people best know him as “Muyambi w’ egwanga’ literally...


URCS Marks 50 Years

Through our website, we shall endeavor to keep you posted on current news, reports and policies. Our photo gallery has been enhanced with various photographs depicting URCS in action. Further more, the archive section on the website has been revamped as well in that if the information you need is not in the latest news section, you will find it under archieve. We shall continue being Uganda’s leading humanitarian agency in...


Our Mission


To be a leading humanitarian agency in Uganda in saving lives, supporting livelihoods and promoting human dignity.

Our Vision


An empowered, healthy and self-sustaining community that responds to the needs of its most vulnerable.

Our Core Values


Open mindedness, Responsive, Integrity/Transparency..

Redcross at 50 Years

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