ABOUT ACTV

ACTV is the pioneer provider of services to survivors and victims of torture in Uganda. ACTV is a registered non-governmental organisation in Uganda. ACTV is accredited by the Ministry of Health to operate a medical referral centre that provides physical and psychological care that supports the process of rehabilitation of victims of torture by security agencies or by rebels in Uganda and neighboring countries.ACTV is also accredited to IRCT http://www.irct.org/.

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    ACTV Commemorating 20 years of service in the fight against torture

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    Torture survivors undergoing occupational therapy through tailoring.

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    District Police Commander-Apac district dialoguing with community members on fighting torture

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    Students feeding facts on the "torture information tree" during the commemorations of the international day in support of torture victims in Gulu.

  • Awareness on torture among cadets at Kabale Police Training school

  • KCCA Law enforcements officers during an awareness on the Anti-torture Law

  • ACTV Legal officer creating awareness on provision of the Anti-Torture Law to Police Officers

Vision

A world free from Torture.

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Mission

Provision of quality holistic care to survivors of torture from security agencies and armed groups.

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Values

Teamwork, Integrity, Professionalism, Compassion.

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Latest News

Kampala Metropolitan Police awareness sessions on Torture and the Anti-Torture Law

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AWARENESS ON TORTURE AMONG KCCA LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS

Following a series of public outcry over the manner in which KCCA law enforcers handle citizens while conducting operations on Kampala streets, ACTV henceforth engaged KCCA

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