Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm
Free to PADEAP beneficiaries and members of the public.
PADEAP Uganda has 2 community resource centres, one in Kampala and one in Nakivale refugee settlement. PADEAPs community resource centre is an open place for easy interaction among people from diverse cultural, religious and ethnic backgrounds.
It is also a hub for providing information, training and education. Its library is extensive and designed to meet needs of all categories of groups within the community especially young people and women. It holds a vast array of books, journals, newspapers, and literature that focus on Pan-African approaches to issues of conflict, human rights, health, youth, gender, politics and Information & Communication Technology.
Our comprehensive computer training and internet services complement the ability of the resource centre to link local community members to the outside world in order to achieve the broad aim of enabling them to think globally and act locally for their communities’ sustainable growth and development.
PADEAP resource centre has been showing information, educational and communication documentaries. The films are in areas such as combating gender base violence, HIV/AIDS, war and conflict, environment and health. The documentaries are shown twice per month and are open to the members of public.