• ucridef@gmail.com
  • +256 775 108974
  • Uganda

About Us

Econnomic
To promote inclusive econnomic empowerment of marginalized communities and gender.
HIV/AIDS
To promote HIV/AIDS prevention, ending child abuse and GBV.
SRHR
Increasing access to friendly SRHR information and services.
about us

Organizational
Background and History

Child Rights Development Foundation is a registered as Non-Governmental Organization founded in 2000. It is an all-inclusive organization established to respond to the needs of Children who are actively involved in a number of charitable activities such as supporting sustainable livelihood projects, for orphans and other vulnerable children OVC, Creating awareness on Oil and Gas, Protection and promotion of Land Rights, youth, Human rights for women, girls advocacy.

Participatory Governance, sustainable Agriculture ,Sexual and reproductive health including HIV, Child –centred disaster risk reduction, Water sanitation and hygiene, and to eliminate Child Labour through identifying interventions that are strategic to the alleviation of their plight and partnering with relevant Government and CSO to implement these interventions.

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CRIDEF

Applies an integrated community based approach

To ensure its core program areas delivered systematically to complement each other in mitigating the plight of OVC as well as building capacity to guarantee sustainability after implementation cycle ends.
  • OUR VISION A “Society where all Children live a full life” and a “Mission is to promote the survival, development, participation and protection of Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVC) in Uganda”.
  • OUR GOAL Under the current strategic plan, running from 2015 to 2020 the CRIDEF goal is to reach 20,000 orphans and other vulnerable children and their care givers with Interventions to reduce their Vulnerability.
  • CRIDEF VALUESUp holds these core values: Integrity, love, compassion, care, Excellency, innovation, teamwork and accountability for a Child.