Donation of 700 text books to Nicaragua Primary School and Kikaaya Collage in Bulenga, 1998-1999.
Who are we?
Kyosiga Community Christian Association for Development (KACCAD) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that was established in 1994. Since its inception KACCAD’s goal has been to improve the standard of living of its members through supporting income generating activities, skill development, primary and secondary education for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), HIV/AIDS/health support and sensitization.
Building and Completion of partial Volunteer and Community Center;funded spring well development and hand dug well project,funded small solar laterns project (Waka waka solar laterns),student sponsorship,land expansion for the resource center,administration suppport,faith building project(construction of classrooms at Faith children’s foundation, Health support to KACCAD family and Faith staff, funded building of spring well for Faith children’s foundation and for the nearby population, repairing of poultry farm,funded family planning and Reproductive health, donated solar power equipment
Building the volunteer and community Center security Fence. Present
Sending us volunteers and support project activities ( Building of the community and volunteer centre, Transport facility, Malaria prevention and provision of mosquito nets , Food and Nutrition support, HIV/AIDS Event support, Orphanage support: Present.
Sponsorship of Internet installation for the KACCAD office ,sponsorship of an HIV/AIDS affected widow in starting chicken rearing and of her eldest daughter in attending nursing school,roofing of volunteer centre,finishing second apartment of the volunteer centre,installation of complete solar power equipment at the volunteer centre,stocking chicken at the poultry farm, sponsorship of orphans,donation of solar equipment for the poultry farm,donation of clothes for orphans,donation of food relief,donation of scholastic items for orphans,donation of rocket stoves and cooking pots for both v
Health institutional support at Bbira.
Funding of small solar lanterns for vulnerable households.
There are as well a number of individuals who are currently supporting KACCAD's various projects.
In January 2018, KACCAD was privileged to have distributed 275 lights to students and handicapped in Wakiso and Gomba districts with a grant provided by our partner Let There Be Light International. 150 pico lights allocated to VIPs were distributed during physiotherapy mobile clinics in Gomba and Wakiso districts.
March 21, 2018
January 2, 2018
January 2, 2018