Childhood Development, Uganda
ChildFund International is a child-focused international development organization that works throughout Asia, Africa, and the Americasto connect children with the people, resources, and institutions they need to grow up safe, healthy, educated, and skilled, wherever they are. Delivered through over 250 local implementing partner organizations, our programs address the underlying conditions that prevent any child or youth from achieving their full potential. Their emphasis is on child protection throughout as their approach because violence, exploitation, abuse, and neglect can reverse developmental gains in an instant. ChildFund has been implementing development programs in Uganda since 1980. Currently, our programs focus on Child Protection; Basic Education, Early Childhood Development, Advocacy, Emergency Response, Health and Nutrition, Food Security, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health, Household Economic Strengthening and Youth Development.
Nile Vocational Institute
Education, Njeru, Buikwe District
Nile Vocational Institute (NVI) is a private Christian Inter- Denominational Vocational Institute established by the African Evangelistic Enterprise (AEE), a Ugandan NGO; in partnership with a Germany Child Care Organisation – Kindernothilfe (KNH) -Helping a child in need. NVI was founded in 1988 and is registered with the Ministry of Education and Sports as a Technical Institution under registration number PTS/N/40. Establishment of the Institute was premised on an effort to mitigate the effects of the brutal regimes in the 1970s and early 1980s coupled with the HIV/AIDS scourge, AEE in partnership with KNH aimed at providing interventions to salvage the desperate situation at the time especially among the young people, through preaching the gospel of hope and provide skills to the many orphans and vulnerable youths, for self sustainance.
Rotary Club of PortBell
Health, Port Bell
The Rotary club of Port Bell was chartered on 6th February, 1994. We meet every Wednesday, 7pm-8pm at Silver Springs Hotel, Bugolobi! Through their promotion of health, Rotary Clubs supports health workers to provide immunization services to children within Bbiina community.
Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA)
Kids Healthy, Help Kids, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA)
KCCA is a corporate body with perpetual succession and may sue and be sued in its corporate name and do, enjoy or suffer anything that may be done, enjoyed or suffered by a body corporate. The Authority is the governing body of the Capital City and administers Capital City on behalf of the central government subject to this Act. Any enactment that applies to a district shall, subject to this Act and with the necessary modifications, apply to the Authority.<br /> KAFOC has operation areas within Nakawa and Rubaga and therefore it is mandated to closely work with KCCA departments like Education and Social Services, Public health services and Environment. Therefore, got a MOU with KCCA to closely engage for community development.
Kira Municipality
Kids Healthy, Help Kids, Kira Municipality
Kira was established by an Act of Parliament as a Municipal Council and became operational in financial year 2016/2017 under vote 781. Divided into three Divisions of Kira, Namugongo and Kira, the Municipality is composed of six Wards/Parishes and forty (40) Cells/Villages. Geographically Kira<br /> Municipality is located in Wakiso District, Central Uganda Buganda Region approximately 10kms from Kampala City the Capital of Uganda. From the East Kira borders Mukono Municipal Council, to the North the Nakiyanja and Nangobe streams that flows into Lwajjali River forms the boundaries.<br /> To the South is the Ntole swamp that flows into the South Western direction bordering Kasangati Town Council. While to the West Kawoya and Kinawataka swamps form the boundaries between Kampala and Kira. A section of the Eastern border is formed by boundaries of the Mailo block in Kyadondo near Najjera and Kiwatule- Kungu area. A larger section of boundaries is formed by Walufumbe, Nyanjaladde, Nakalere and Kinawataka streams. KAFOC entered into MOU with Kira Municipality leadership to harmonize the partnership in service delivery within the municipality