About KIFAD Uganda.

Who are KIFAD, Uganda?

KIFAD (Kiyita Family Alliance for Development) is a local Ugandan non-governmental organisation which supports those living with HIV and AIDS in Wakiso District, through home visits & counselling, condom distribution, free HIV testing, courses in tailoring, design and carpentry, and much more.

KIFAD was established in 2001 with Headquarters located at Bulabakulu Village, Banda Parish, Mende Sub county, Wakiso District Uganda.

KIFAD was established in light of the growing incidence of HIV/AIDS and its adverse socioeconomic impact with the aim of contributing to increased access to comprehensive HIV/AIDS Treatment, Care and Support to People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and Orphans Vulnerable Children (OVCs) in Wakiso District.

KIFAD run 7 key programmes which are:

  1. Health Care programme
  2. Socio-economic Strengthening programme
  3. Food Security and Nutrition programme
  4. Child Protection programme
  5. Psychosocial Support programme
  6. Early Childhood Development programme
  7. Youth and Adolescent Programme

For more information on our partner organisation visit www.kifad.org

Details of their Phychosocial support programme and Education initiatives can be seen in these short videos: