Mission for Community Development (MCODE) is a growing Rural based and focused NGO that aims at collaborating with diverse partners (developing and implementing) on the design of sustainable rural health and development solutions through empowering, networking, advocacy, education support, provision of information, raising awareness among families, support and initiate innovative projects with a mission to save and improve lives of those in need.
MCODE supports the orphaned and vulnerable children (OVCs), people living with HIV/Aids and those in abject poverty.
Communities free from preventable diseases, poverty, ignorance and vulnerability.
To empower communities and improve livelihoods for those in need basically in underserved areas.
To mitigate the impact created by poverty and HIV/AIDS among the Orphaned and Vulnerable Children and other needy people in the villages of Buikwe and Mukono districts and Uganda at large.
• To offer support to families affected and/or infected by AIDS and poverty affected families focusing mainly on Orphaned and vulnerable children.
• To build the capacity of communities to be able to intervene in the fight against poverty, HIV/AIDS infection and issues related to human rights violation towards people in the rural areas and affected or infected with HIV/AIDS.
• To enhance the socio-economic status of families affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty through support of sustainable Income Generating Projects (IGPs).
• To offer psycho-social support to the individuals affected by poverty and HIV/Aids
MCODE has managed to support orphans with scholastic materials, clothes, mosquito nets and blankets.
Promoted the socio- protection of OVCs in the rural communities of Mukono and Buikwe by increasing access to basic rights and services, through;
- Provision of psychosocial support to OVCs and their families as the cornerstone to positive living
- Provision of education to OVCs, material support and treatment to the infected familieso
- Provision of income generating activities for self reliance and sustainability
• Lack of enough resources to cover a wide range of area where people are most vulnerable
• Over whelming expectations from the community
• Misunderstanding of the designed projects by the community