Kibuku Community Centre (KCOC)

P.O. Box 516, Plot 13 Goli-Goli, Kamonkoli, Iki-Iki-Pallisa Road
256 Kampala-Kibuku

Ansprechpartner: Mugadya Saleh

+256(0) 702 664 857/ +256(0) 716 282 183


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Über uns


Kibuku Community Centre (KCOC) is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) founded in the year 2007 by the Community Leaders of Bugwere Sub-Region. The organization was first registered as a Community Based Organization (CBO) at Kagumu Sub-County in Kibuku District with registration number KGM/2007/076. Due to increased demand by the community the organization had to expand its activities and areas of operation by registering to the national level as an an NGO by NGO Board Uganda under the NGO registration ACT, CAP.113 with a registration number 9004 serial number S.4414/9514.

What We Do:

As a trusted implementing partner in the Government of Uganda, KCOC provides integrated services to support missions around the nation. With proven capabilities that span the full spectrum of mission services, KCOC offers effective solutions to the complex challenges facing our community/society including the nation at large.


The organization deals in activities not limited to:
• Emergency relief
• Provision of safe clean drinking water and sanitation
• Education
• Agriculture
• Orphan care
• Skills training
• Income generating activities
• Ramadan Feeding
• Health care

MOTTO: Community development is our concern

KCOC’s vision is to provide “A platform for the inspiration and empowerment of community”

KCOC is established to promote opportunities to support, connect and grow community through mentoring and networking.

KCOC subscribes to the following values:

P. O. Box 516
Kibuku, Uganda - East Africa
Tel: +256(0) 702 664 857/ +256(0) 716 282 183
President: Mugadya Saleh

For other net participants we can offer overnight facilities. Also we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.

Project Coordinator sensitizing the community members about the dangers of improper hygiene and the expected results. Diarrhoea kills 4,000 children every day around the world. In Africa, it is the leading killer of children under 5 years old, causing more deaths than AIDS, malaria and measles combined. But there are very simple solutions to this problem - clean drinking water, hygienic toilets and effective hand washing.
Providing people in Kibuku community with access to clean drinking water, effective sanitation and education on the importance of good hygiene practice are some of the most cost effective ways of achieving real results in health. It helps them beat poverty and can help to prevent around 2.4 million unnecessary deaths every year.