St. Paul’s Voice Centre (SPAVOC) is aiming, together with other organisations, national and international, to fight against LGBTI discrimination in Uganda and the rest of the world. As a Christian human rights defence organisation in Uganda, we aim to be the voice for the voiceless. We support equality, access to health care and AIDS/HIV prevention materials and services. We are committed to supporting the Ugandan LGBTI community here and abroad by documenting the need for asylum, by providing safe haven, and promoting equality.
To see the rights, health, life style of minorities of youth and community being considered as part of social, political and economic life in Uganda.
Struggle for the rights of the minorities and net working together in Uganda.
To have a well-established community based organisation (CBO) with well-coordinated activities for LGBTI in the country.
(a) To generate data/ information on Aids, drugs abuse and advocacy in relation to the LGBTI community
(b) To reach out to the LGBTI community who feel stigmatised for their orientation and identity in Uganda.
(c) To market the organisation locally and internationally through effective and efficient operational activities.
(d) To ensure liberty, peace and unity through solving disputes among the LGBTI community
(e) To ensure proper accountability and monitoring organisational funds
(f) To network locally and internationally with other LGBTI organisations through sharing experiences workshops, counselling, entertainment, social net working and travelling of members.
Work with Religious Leaders
We advocate with Religious Leaders for refugee and asylum and migrant Human Rights. We assist Affirming Pentecostals in holding worship services and contribute to dialogue on an Interfaith LGBTI Clergy Association. We network faith leaders with resources and partners for inclusive worship and LGBTI support.