ICODI is grateful to the following funding Parterns who have made the organizations work move forward:
Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF):
PMIEF has been very instrumental in funding projects focusing at leveraging project management learning in both primary and secondary schools as well as in communities targeting the school dropout youth and other community members. Project management learning in primary and secondary schools has helped students to get the 21st Century skills which have deepened their knowledge in project management in a way that is hands-on, meaningful and engaging. It has helped them to know how to define the project, plan the project, doing/implement the project, monitor and manage the project leading to the final review of the project. This is helping to prepare students especially the secondary school students to be college/university and career ready. The same benefits goes to school dropout youth and other community members who are now in position to start and manage sustainable income generating projects, a situation that is seen improving on the income levels of many beneficiaries hence greatly improving on the social-economic standards of many families.
Uganda Community Development (UCD):
UCD has been very crucial in funding projects focusing on extending HIV/AIDS awareness, prevention and control. Uganda is estimated to have 1.5 million people infected with HIV/AIDS of which 150,000 are children. The current HIV Prevalence rate stands at 7.3%. Such statistics needs great attention such that we can fight to have a free HIV generation in future.
Community Agency for Development (CAD):
CAD has been instrumental in funding initiatives that are focusing at empowering the rural poor to start small sustainable household income generating activities in order to improve on their household level incomes and also reduce on the high levels of poverty and malnutrition in children.
Humanitarian Charitable One Trust (HACOT):
HACOT has greatly helped ICODI in penetrating different communities through carrying out needs assessment and also helping some households in ways of starting some income generating activities in order to reduce on food insecurity.
Special thanks also goes to ICODI individual donors who have donated their funds to help ICODI’s activities move forward, these are people who contribute generously to ICODI during fund raising events or making their donations through the website or making physical payment at the organizations office.