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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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Health Programes

HRH's HEALTH  ADVOCACY CAMPAIGNS

Her Royal Highness 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 fora.

SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

1. STI/HIV/AIDS.
•    Workshops
•    Public gatherings
•    Official Events

2. ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Early and unprotected sex
Unwanted pregnancy
Unsafe abortion

STI and HIV/AIDS


Anti Cross generation Sex Campaign. (CGS)

NDF in partnership with Population services international (PSI), is implementing a campaign among young people to desist from engaging in sexual relationships with men who are much older than them. This has been based on the findings that Sexual relationships between young adolescent women and older men pose a significant risk for younger women, a risk of HIV and other STDs.

Formative research revealed that the majority of young girls in CGS relationships noted that meeting short-term goals was the primary motivation in such relationships. “Sugar Daddies” (as the older men are commonly referred to) often pay as little as a plate of chips or cosmetics for sex. Sadly young women often do not consider the long-term consequences, including HIV.

Under this campaign,

  •  Radio programmes are conducted by NDF to sensitize the youth about consequences of cross-generational sex, and the general problem of HIV/AIDS.
  • Listenership clubs have also been established in selected secondary schools to enable the young people share knowledge and strategies for dealing with the problem of cross generational sex
3. SAFE MOTHERHOOD

•    Safe Motherhood- Breast Feeding and nutrition, pre-natal care, safe delivery, post natal care, Information and prevention of childhood diseases.

4. FAMILY PLANNING:

 Right of men and women to be informed and have access to safe, effective, affordable and acceptable methods of family planning
Ability to attain the desired number of children through spacing and timing of their births.

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.

Last Updated ( 2008-09-15 )
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