Implementing Partners/Community Based Organizations

Kampabits has signed M.O.Us with Community based organizations to be implementing partners in the ‘ICT for Youth Employability’ project. The implementing partners will identify and recommend vulnerable youth from their communities to project. Meanwhile Kampabits will provide the skills empowerment training and employment liaison/advocacy for the empowered youth who complete the skills training.

Our implementing partners know their communities and have developed the capacity to know who the vulnerable youth in their respective communities are. Our partners actively exist in deprived communities in all the divisions of Kampala e.g. Kisenyi slum, Makindye, Kawempe, Mbuya-Kinawataka, Kisugu, Namuwongo, Luzira etc.

Kampabits envisions different forms of partnerships that will increase the prospects of collective outcomes and impact, as we corporately seek solutions that will empower the youth in Uganda.

YIYA FOUNDATIONYIYA Foundation is a non partisan youth focused Non Governmental Organization in Uganda, whose mandate is to empower young people for socio-economic development. 61 Kireka Rd, Mbuya-Mutungo

KIFAD. Kiyita Family Alliance for Development (KIFAD) is a registered local NGO, established in 2001, with its Headquarters in Nansana Town Council, Uganda. KIFAD concentrates mainly on increasing care and support to people infected and affected by HIV / AIDS in order to mitigate the effects of the epidemic, strengthening the coping of Orphans Vulnerable Children (OVC) and People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) to progressively become self-reliant.

MBOGO Foundation is a non-governmental, voluntary based organization in Mengo Mpumudde, with the Vision of ‘Realizing effective education for all and to give hope to the hopeless, improved general wellbeing in all aspects of life.’

Nubian Advocacy Group. The Nubian advocacy group was formed to bring all the people of the Nubian community together as one entity. The Nubians are a minority ethnic group from Upper Nile region in Sudan, who came in 1891 as mercenaries hired by Captain Frederick Lugard from the Upper Nile region of South Sudan. Eventually they resettled in Bombo where the Nubian culture,   tradition and language thrived. The Nubians remain a minority with small communities scattered all over Uganda.

St. Elizabeth Girl’s Home was established in 1998 to improve the livelihood of girls engaged in commercial sex activities, girls living on the street, girls subjected to forced labor.  St. Elizabeth’s mission is to promote the survival, protection, and development of vulnerable girls by advocating for their rights, supporting the attainment of their basic needs and expanding their opportunities to live life in all its fullness.

African Youth Peace Initiative (AYPI). AYPI was founded in 2007 and officially registered with the National NGO Board in 2008. It arose out of the desire to change the prevalent culture of violence embraced by the youth to one of non-violence in addressing challenges that are faced by young people today. AYPI envisions peaceful communities where young people are fully empowered, skilled and working towards the sustainable development of Uganda, Africa, and the world at large.

Kawempe Youth Center (KYC). Is a registered not-for-profit organization that works towards building literate communities. In promoting education, KYC provides library services, computer training and safe space to facilitate youth and children activities. KYC offers information services and other sensitization activities as part of our Health Program.

Uganda Slum Dwellers Federation (USDA). USDA was incorporated in 2012 as a registered NGO and is fully operating in slums within Uganda. USDAs missions is to empower slum communities by imparting useful skills that betters their social wellbeing. At the same time USDA focuses on mobilizing resources to prevent HIV/AIDS, and establishing ways of reducing drug abuse and idleness among youth in slums.