About Us

                                   MISSION FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

                                  (MCODE - UGANDA)

                                      Empowering Communities, Improving Lives



Our Mission

MCODE’s mission is to empower individuals to improve their lives and promote community driven development in the rural areas of Uganda.


Our Vision

MCODE envisions rural communities where members are healthy and self sustaining.


Our Goal

Contribute to the improvement of the living conditions and uplift the standards of living of the rural poor and disadvantaged communities including people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs), people with disability (PWDs) and the poorest members of our society.





Our Objectives

  • To build the capacity of orphans and their care-givers through technical training and support to orphans and other vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty to enable them to attain technical skills.
  • To enhance the socio-economic status of families affected by poverty and HIV/AIDS through training and supporting them in soil and water conservation and farming techniques to improve food production for nutritional and economic reasons, and to support sustainable income generating projects targeting women and children.
  • To support and build the capacity of communities to be able to intervene in the fight against poverty, HIV/AIDS infection and other health problems such as sexual, reproductive and childhood health.
  • Facilitate the rural communities to access basic health care including for PLWHAs and improve their hygiene and sanitation.
  • Enhance the efforts of the rural farmers to sustainably increase household food production and household incomes to the most vulnerable people such as PLWHAs.
  • Enhance the capacity of vulnerable rural communities to effectively engage in gainful socio–economic initiatives that will improve their living standards.

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