Katosi Inter-community Development Alliance
Ansprechpartner: Tony Kabuye
- Gemeinschaft, Gemeindeprojekt
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
Katosi Inter-community Development Alliance was formed in 2012 to offer:
• mentorship activities to the youths, women, groups and families in development, health awareness (including the prevention of HIV/AIDS),
• Basic elementary education to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC),
• vocational skills training in trades for development to women, girls and youths in general and
• advocate and promote human and environment rights.
Our overarching goal is that of assisting to create economically strong community infrastructures, which are maintainable by the people living in those the communities.
Therefore, Katosi Inter-community Development Alliance was built on an 100% voluntary foundation, with members who are heartfelt on issues concerning children, women and youths in the community.
Katosi Inter-community Development Alliance takes a community-driven approach to developing the programs necessary to a healthy, self-sufficient community: early education, vocational training, basic health care and sustainable livelihoods.
We coordinate with organized groups of widows and community leaders in deciding what programs and projects are most necessary and desirable within the community.
Our partners in Uganda endeavor toward self-sufficiency, and we seek ways to help every individual find a life of hope and dignity. The key components of our interactive development model are:
• Building and provisioning schools in Uganda
• Health Care and Health Education
• Introduction of vocational programs and small animal farming
Our goals are as follows:
• To elevate the life of the Ugandan orphans, youths and women (widows) through education, vocational skills training and job creation.
• To support people living in small village areas in building lives of hope, dignity, and self-sufficiency through programs of education, health and vocational training.
• To fight and advocate for the rights of women and children, and the environment by organizing workshops and education platforms to village people.
• To provide opportunities for people in all parts of Uganda and the rest of the world to participate in these efforts through collaboration and partnerships with entities of similar visions.
Tony Kabuye is the Manager of Katosi Inter-community Development Alliance
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.