Mission for Community Development (MCODE)

MCODE's mission is to make a future where all children and women in rural areas can access basic needs such as good health services, food, clothes, shelter and where parents/guardians can be able to send their children to school to acquire skills that can be used to transform the society and promote self reliance.

Mission for Community Development (MCODE)
Plot 21/23 Jinja Road Buikwe. P.O Box 37190 Kampla
Buleega Village, Namatovu Sub county, Najja county - Buikwe District
Buikwe, Buganda/Central 37190 Kampala
Uganda
+256772309197
http://www.mcodeuganda.org

Board of Directors

Johny Bamutuma Kigozi, Osilon Paul, Nantongo Rose, Jangeyanga Patrick, Kayondo Deo, Ghalib Nuru, Kiyingi Edward, Kisitu Bennah, Kasozi Vicent

Mission

MCODE's mission is to make a future where all children and women in rural areas can access basic needs such as good health services, food, clothes, shelter and where parents/guardians can be able to send their children to school to acquire skills that can be used to transform the society and promote self reliance.

Programs

1) Needy Child Sponsorship and support: Needy children include orphans and other vulnerable children who are supported in the areas of education and health. They are provided with scholastic materials and school fees for the education part and are supported with mosquito nets, de-worming tablets and food supplements for the malnourished infants in area of health. 2) Beads making: Young girls and women are taught and supported in beads making from which they earn some small household incomes 3) Vocational Training: Youths are supported to acquire life changing vocational skills which can be applied to help them become self employed and self sustaining. 4) Micro Credit scheme: Mostly women who are in most cases of being capable of paying back the loans are provided with start up loans to provide capital for income generating activities. 5) HIV/Aids, malaria and other diseases: Communities are sensitized on how to keep safe from acquiring these diseases, some of which are very much preventable. 6) Food security and nutrition: Rural farmers are educated on organic food production where they are supported with knowledge and skills to be able to produce enough food for their families and sell the surplus. they are also educated on how to balance these different types of foo available to prevent malnutrition

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