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Our Vision

“To be a leading organization in education, health and community empowerment, targeting children, youth and women”.
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Our Mission

“To contribute to the promotion of socio-economic development through support to education and health initiatives, community empowerment and promotion of good cultural values and practices”...
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Our Objectives

§ To enhance access to education for disadvantaged children, and youth.
§ To contribute to improved health standards for children, youth and women .
§ Community empowerment

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Our Staff

The Patron - Her Royal Highness the Nnabagereka (Queen) of Buganda, Sylvia Nagginda Luswata...
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Our Contacts

Program Manager
Plot 20,Kampala Road
Radiant House 3rd Floor
P.O Box 33825
Kampala Uganda.

Tel: +256-414-344669
Fax: +256-414-345882
Email: ndt@one2netmail.co.ug
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Economic Empowerment

HRH has addressed numerous workshops of policy makers, community leaders, students and school heads, youth groups, cultural leaders and opinion leaders on issues of adolescent sexual reproductive health and HIV/AIDS to raise awareness and stimulate discussion.

Over the period of 2003-2007 HRH has addressed over 10,000 people in such Forums.
A campaign to set up model plantations for food security has been embarked on in 7 districts. Over 5000 women in their women groups have  set up.

Model plantations for food security

NDF in partnership with Maka pads owned by Engineer Musaazi, one of the Board Members supports women to take part in the sanitary towels – making project. A group of 20 women have been equipped with the skills to make the products from which the are able to earn an income.

Child Nutrition – Boost Project

NDF is working with Makindye Hill parents’ school, to boost the nutrition of children with mental retardation. The project was launched in April 2005, and initial project support included direct food supplements, fruit trees as well as livestock.
Support to Orphans and the abandoned

supported the expansion of a classroom block and toilet facilities and a playground at Sanyu babies Home, at a cost of US$ 20,000. The Centre will have a capacity of 30 children on a revolving basis.  NDF managed to secure a bursary at Greenhill Academy for one disadvantaged girl.

Support  to the disabled   

NDF Constructed a US$ 30,000 50-bed dormitory for the physically handicapped children – at Kampala School for the Physically Handicapped. Through a bursary arrangement, the Nnabagereka provides scholastic materials and personal care items provided the mentally and physically handicapped children in Makindye Hill primary school, Salaama school for the Blind and the Kampala School for the Physically Handicapped.  

As an end of year event, NDF organised a fundraising party from which one million shillings (1,000,000/=) was raised towards the rehabilitation of the disabled children at katalemwa Cheshire home for the disabled.

Last Updated ( 2008-06-10 )
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