KADO is a National Membership Organization initiated in 1998 to respond to limited health services and extensive poverty of the people of Kagumu
Sub-county in Kibuku district Uganda, registered in 1999 as a Community Based Organization (CBO) and as an NGO in 2004.
KADO works with most vulnerable communities living in extreme poverty, reaching thousands of family members in 32 districts of Uganda. With primary funding from sponsors and government, corporate and individual donors, we work long-term in communities to help them transform themselves intoplaces where children, youth and women lack what
they need to live at their potential throughout their lives: access to health care, nutrition, food security, household incomes and learning opportunities.
What we do
Health Systems Strengthening
Provision of comprehensive health education and services focusing on HIV/AIDS, malaria and other communicable diseases.
Health and Clinic Services
Health Education and provision of health services to the community through operation of a health centre 3 .
Empowering Communities, Environmental preservation and Conservation.
Advocacy and Child Protection
Food Security and Nutrition
Provision of knowledge and skills in Integrated Sustainable Agriculture.