The Uganda National Medical Alliance for Prisoners’ Support (TUNMAPS) is currently seeking to recruit competent volunteers to join our team. This is an exciting opportunity for you to join a dynamic International NGO and to use your skills in executing duties. If you are familiar with working within the international development aid sector and have a strong background in donor funded projects, then this opportunity is perfect for you!

  1. Medical coordinator: 1 Position
  2. Clinical officers: 2 Positions
  3. Nurses: 2 Positions
  4. Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: 1 Position
  5. Counseling Coordinator: 1 Position
  6. Counselors: 4 Positions
  7. Field Manager: 1 Position
  8. Field Officers: 5 Positions
  9. Data Clerks: 2 Positions
  10. Finance Manager: 1 Position
  11. Cashier: 1 Position
  12. Drivers: 2 Positions
  13. Procurement Officer: 1 Position
  14. Senior Administrative Secretary
  15. Occupational Health and Safety Manager: 1 Position
  16. Occupation Health and Safety officer: 1 Position

How to Apply:
All interested applicants who meet the requirements should submit their applications by email with at least 3 reference contacts (current or former Line Manager) from the last three employers and daytime contact number to; indicating the title in the subject line by 5:00pm, 30th January 2024.

For more information download a detailed Job Advert here

What we actually do

  • Gender parity
  • Prevention of violent extremism and drug abuse in prisons and families
  • Advocacy and Human rights promotion
  • Health and nutrition support in prisons
  • Materialistic support to women and their children in prisons
  • Wealth creation and productive skills enhancement
  • Research and documentation
  • De-radicalization of prisoners

Commissioner General of UPS, Dr. Johnson Byabashija,  the commissioner for health, John Bosco,  the Team leader TUNMAPS, Dr. Solomon Musiitwa, and  Government representative, Eunice Assasira, during a pandemic launch in prisons, focusing on HIV/AIDS, TB and Covid 19 pandemic awareness and priventions in Uganda Prisons.

Women prisoners after receiving sanitary materials

An ex-convict and Single mother was recently released from prison after serving her sentence of two years; she lost her husband 6 months after being detained in masaka prison.

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