One Touch Of Nature Makes The Whole World Kin
Voluntary Action for Development (VAD) is a non-profit making, indigenous, non-government organization initiated since 1996 to improve the livelihoods of the poor and disadvantaged communities through the implementation of Programmes including; Health, Livelihoods, Education and Human rights advocacy programmes currently working in Wakiso District of Central Uganda, Amuria, Kapelebyong and Napak Districts of the North Eastern Uganda respectively.
VAD strives to improve the livelihoods of the poor and disadvantaged communities, primarily targeting the most vulnerable groups including children, women, youth, PWDs and people living with HIV/AIDS by empowering and facilitating them to effectively participate in their social economic development initiatives.
A healthy and vibrant self-reliant community.
A developing Organization that empowers poor communities to be self-reliant through health, education, livelihood and advocacy interventions.
Teamwork-Being helpful and supportive to one another in ways that enable success of the whole team
Commitment- Adhering to essential organization principles, guidelines, and timely delivery of quality work and services.
Accountability -Responsibility taking and faithfulness in working with organizational values, purposes and resources
Love and Respect- Respect for oneself and caring for the needs of others
Four (4) farmers groups of 25 members each which totals to 100 farmers received each group with Ugx 2,500,000 hence Ugx 10,000,000 was provided. The
Voluntary Action for Development has successfully constructed a vocational centre at Kapelebyong District in the North Eastern Uganda. The vocational centre has been equipped with
The Work We're Proud of
This grant was supported by Signpost International-UK and Just A Drop-UK VAD’s longest partners.
VAD has improved food security and increased household incomes among the small holder farmers
Lomokori Primary School in Napak district is now regarded as one of the model schools in the region.