Mpoma HIV/AIDS Initiative was founded in 1999 by a group of people, mainly women, infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in southern Uganda and provides health and education to marginalized communities. Mpoma is our implementing partner on the ground.

The Segal Family Foundation invests in efficient, charitable solutions that improve life in sub-Sahara Africa. They were KLC’s first major supporter.

Using different knowledge kandole founded a Waste Management Education Project “ECOaction” where he engages the youth and the community in handling waste

The Healthy World Foundation seeks to advance the development of interventions that help the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world live healthier lives. They are KLC’s partner in our health initiative with Mpoma community.

Soft Power Health operates a clinic, a malaria prevention and family planning educational outreach program in Uganda. They assist KLC by training our community and health workers to better implement their outreach programs.

Galaxy Dance Project is non- profit Organization which is basically helping Orphans,people in the community and to diverse people into Hip Hop kulture mostly the youth.....

Reverse the Course, LLC and Reverse The Course Foundation are dedicated to directly impacting lives by assisting girls in under-developed communities attend school. They currently sponsor 13 secondary school girls in our community.

To inspire and unlock people’s full potential for meaningful personal and community development.

The Peace Corps is passionate about working with strategic partners to strengthen the impact of our mission, both at home and abroad.

Sawa World uses an innovative approach to self-empower 1.2 billion people out of extreme poverty with their own solutions. We provide large-scale access to local solutions that are created by the very people living in extreme poverty.

Slow Food is a global, grassroots organization, founded in 1989 to prevent the disappearance of local food cultures and traditions, counteract the rise of fast life and combat people’s dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from and how our food choices affect the world around us.

YouthPower Learning is a USAID-funded program which generates and disseminates knowledge about the implementation and impact of positive youth development (PYD) and cross-sectoral approaches in international development. YouthPower recently awarded KLC a grant to make a set of nine videos about our youth-led club.

Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative (ROM), a Community Faith-Based Non-Government Organization (NGO), was founded in 2001 to provide HIV/AIDS care to the urban poor persons living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) within the service area of Mbuya Catholic Parish and now in Kasaala-Luweero district since January 2009.

In the year 2005 during the month of May MJAP extended RTC and prevention counseling to the National STD Unit, which serves a significant number of high risk groups. However, these interventions were basically facility-based. Partner tracing and community education were lacking. A new project to strengthen prevention activities at the STD Unit was awarded the plus-up funds. This project is Most At risk populations’ initiative (MARPI) which started its activities in February 2008

Makerere University Walter Reed Project (MUWRP) is a non-profit biomedical research organization, whose mission is to mitigate disease threats through quality research, health care and disease surveillance. MUWRP was established in 2002 by a Memorandum of Agreement between The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) and Makerere University (Mak) to undertake medical research to test HIV vaccines. Over the years, MUWRP’s portfolio has progressively expanded to include vaccine research for Ebola and Marburg viruses, surveillance of influenza and influenza-like viruses and other emerging infections in humans and animals; also epidemiological, basic and implementation research in HIV treatment, care and prevention programs in the districts of Kayunga, Mukono, Buvuma and Buikwe

Mukono Multi-purpose Youth Organisation (MUMYO) is a Uganda NGO dedicated to various issued aimed at promoting the rights and well being of the youth especially in the rural areas. It was formed in 1992 by a group of seven people who found it necessary to form an organization that would unite the youth and facilitate the exchange of information and experiences for and economic development. It is registered with the Uganda National NGO Board and it is an NGO in consultative status with the Economic and social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC).

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