Kaberamaido Development Foundation


Kaberamaido Development Foundation (KDF)
P. O. Box 74 Kaberamaido, Uganda
Telephone: +256 775 453 121
Email. kaberamaidodevtfoundation@gmail.com

Contact person: Ochan Edwoku William, (+256) 752 27144, ochanwilliam@yahoo.co.uk


KDF operates in war affected areas such as northern and Teso regions of Uganda that had continuous wars and karamonjong warriors cattle raids since 1985 till lately, LRA rebellion (commonly known as KONY) that was wiped out of Teso/Acholi region in 2007. These wars have not only caused death but great loss of properties, rapes, unwanted pregnancies, diseases such as AIDS, STDs etc., but also created a very big gap of poverty in this region compared to other parts of Uganda and the world at large. As a result of these wars Kaberamaido District being part of Teso region has a big number of ophans, children with disabilities and poor economic environment (household poverty, infrastructure) that mostly affects education and household daily livelihood.

Our background

Kaberamaido development foundation is grassroots nonprofit organization that was founded in 2010 and officially registered in 2011 under the NGO act as CBO with the registration certificate number KDLG/CSO/905 in Kaberamaido District. The foundation was founded after a well research on common problems affecting our societies due to lack of awareness and need for our societies to focus on market driven development projects to support the poor and vulnerable people in our society's most especially women, orphans and the disable.

Our mission

Enhancing a sustainable utilization of skills and equitable resources to improve household incomes for better livelihood development.

Our objectives

Self help rural household capacity building by; creating employment opportunities through Education, increase household incomes, reduction in poverty and enhancement of food security through implementing projects such as co-operative group Agriculture, microfinance, business management, Agro-forestry, Animal husbandry, adult literacy, education and training tradable vocational skills. While economic growth is a necessary condition for poverty reduction, the program this intended to be incentive for individuals to implement their development activities that are focused on poverty alleviation and improvement of livelihoods. the possibility to give financial support to small projects directly benefiting and improving the well-being of the poorer group of people and Education in our society.