KACCAD extends sincere thanks to With God’s Little Ones in USA for providing a grant which was used to renew the leasehold for the poultry farm land towards the end of may 2016 for 35 years. Special thanks go to the Executive Director Rudy Schaser. KACCAD was about to lose the chicken project as the leasehold for the farm land had expired and there were no funds to renew it. The income generation from the chicken project was very low due to the prevailing poor market of eggs in Uganda.
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.
Working with our partners and supporters, we have extended services to thousands of underprivileged persons in 9 districts of Uganda.
Clinics solar electrified
Spring wells protected
OVCs graduated from Tertiary institutions
Households received clean and safe solar lights
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KACCAD wishes to reveal interesting news of another bunch of 200 solar lights to susceptible households in Ngeribalya Gomba district. The grant was furnished by our partners Let There Be Light International (LTBLI) in mid November 2015 and distribution took place on 29th december. Among the beneficiary families were those of new mothers, home bound elderly and persons with disabilities.With that recent solar light donation,KACCAD has donated 1,217 portable solar lights.
On November 3rd, 2015, Let There Be Light International (LTBLI) offered KACCAD a grant to build and provide a new complete solar power system for a health clinic in rural Ngeribalya village of Gomba district. The solar power panel was built to install 24-hour safe and efficient electricity for the clinic, including its staff quarters.
Three children with hydrocephalus were taken to Mbale Cure Hospital for treatment on 16th/07/2015 courtesy of IHI International. KACCAD expresses its sincere thanks to the board and executive director of IHI International for furnishing the necessary funds for treatment of these vulnerable children.
May2015 – Solar light donation
Through Let There Be Light International (LTBLI), 100 SunKing solo solar lights were donated to people with mental and physical differences. 50 of the lights were donated in the Gomba district, while the other 50 lights were given in the Wakiso district.
June 2015 – Solar light donation
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