Kitega Community Centre in Uganda works to empower disabled and disadvantaged children, to advocate for disability rights, and to foster community-owned development. Our five-year plan (2013-2017) is to provide education and vocational skills to 100 disabled children and 100 orphans and to expand credit and entrepreneurial training to 600 families. You can support us by raising awareness about our work; please join us on Google+, Twitter and Facebook, share our YouTube videos or read and share our blog. You can also support us by making a donation today. Your generous support will put us one step closer to realizing our goals.
Serving the needs of disabled children is Kitega's reason for being, however these children need a welcoming enviroment if they are to reach their full potential. We believe that the disabled children cannot thrive if they live in an impoverished environment.
Our approach to community development originates from the disabled children and from them it spreads out to the entire community.
Facilitating inclusive community owned and driven development initiatives that recorgnise the disabled as valuable and contributing to the development of the entire community.
Browse our website to read more more about our programs and get involved today!
We thank the good Lord that has blessed you so benevolently in the past few weeks. Thank you for sharing your blessings with the marginalized and underserved people of Uganda through Kitega community Centre. Your pecuniary, moral and good-will support to this organisation is highly prized. We do not take it for granted that you have been with us, for us and by us for the past few weeks. That which you have done to the people of Kitega, you have done to Him. Thank you
This bulletin is aimed at taking you through the last few weeks. Every day that came brought with it new bustle, new ideas and bigger smiles. Each time the sun rose from the east, so did the hopes of the people of Kitega and each time it set in the west our hope did not wane with it. Some ate others drunk, some sung others clapped, some laughed others cried, some ran others strolled, but all this was not enough to show the joy that you have put at the bottom of the hearts of so many people in Kitega. Join me as I take you through what has been happening at the Centre.