cicd uganda

TRANSFORMING LIVES

EDUCATION

We respond to illiteracy and educational needs in the rural communities by contributing to human capacity development by offering opportunities to all children and interested learners to stay in school to ensure transition of learners from primary, secondary school levels to Vocational/Tertiary or University Education. Our ultimate goal is to contribute to Sustainable Development Goal 4 for all learners in and out of school an opportunity to access quality education and experiential learning in their locality.

SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT

We tackle the poverty challenge by accelerating and enhancing opportunities for communities to initiate and run sustainable livelihood projects in the the sectors of Vocational; skills,agribusiness, community based tourism, and entrepreneurship. We do this through a human-centric linear model that provides training, access, and linkages to the market and mentorship geared towards community socio- economic transformation .​

ECO-TOURISM

Our approach to sustainable tourism is grounded on appreciating the critical role the local community plays in attaining this. Our programming relies on community-based tourism to contribute to Sustainable Development Goals 8, 13 & 15. We support community-based tour guides and the local community to attain the industry's most needed skills and expertise through tailored experiential-based hospitality, sustainability, and tourism training happening within their own local communities.

Who We Are. What We Do

 CICD envisions Equal opportunities for all for sustainable holistic development. CICD’S mission is to promote sustainable holistic development for people and communities through participatory and collaborative planning, community action, and training in skills development by connecting people, ideas, and resources. CICD operates bases on  Values are Respect for Life, Community Driven, Learning, Teamwork, Volunteerism, Accountability and Transparency. 

 

Our Founding Story

The journey of starting Centre for Integrated Community Development-Uganda commenced  with the Founder and Team Leader Jonan Nduhuura during his work as a professional  social worker and an academician teaching in higher learning institutions in Uganda. Jonan was eager to create an organization that works with vulnerable and hard to reach areas that are always marginalized and excluded in development processes. He realized  a great need to establish a strong holistic community development  agency that contributes solutions that respond to the needs and problems  of rural communities in Uganda especially in Buhweju District…….Read more

Our community Voices

CICD_UGANDA  has been a shining star that shone so bright in the lives of its members, the people of Buhweju,  Ankole, and entire Uganda. Life has been transformed through its initiatives like community outreaches, training,   and eco-tourism campaigns among others.

                                          Osbert Asiimwe

Thanks to CICD_Uganda for your continuous out-of-the-box thinking. Your creative ideas are always welcomed with excitement from the entire community.

I cannot express enough how big of an asset CICD-U you are
Margret Kamuhanda

CICD has provided a platform for us to learn and develop ourselves in competence building.  Praying that the organization continues to do the same for the people and secures support for
her interventions.

Shanitah Nahabwe

I appreciate the work of CICD in changing the lives of men and women of Buhweju and beyond as it extends social support to better lives. Your weekly program ranging from discussing different topical issues to marketing products provides a great platform that has impacted lives.

Caroline Twongeirwe

CICD-U started in 2016 and it is good organisation with nice programs for all people in the community including Women. After launching it Buhweju, CICD-U Team  helped us to form  our group Nyakishenyi Handcrafts and Cultural Group. We have learnt to make baskets,pots  and other innovations. From these ventures we have been able to diversify our incomes and support our families. What we need now are capacity building and trainings ,access to sustainable markets and opportunities. CICD-U has potential,we call upon people to support it in causing change in communities.

Alice Mujuni

 CICD’s drive and actions are steadily raising the level of awareness on environmental protection, gender-based violence,  human rights, and improved community livelihood programs in our community to say the least.

Deogratias Tumwine

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