Survival for the fittest:- The game plan for times of Crisis.

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I must say many issues surrounding the COVID-19 took us by surprise though its existence had been made known to the world when first index cases were confirmed in China followed by deaths. In Uganda we know this pandemic originated from the white man’s land before making its way to Africa. Before the COVID-19 era, Uganda seemed to be on a progressive road to success as far as tackling poverty issues was concerned given various government efforts in place. Additionally, new businesses were springing up with many people especially the youth preferring to move to urban areas and exchanging land […]

Thank you for Sumayiya’s Wheelchair

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CINTA Uganda had a fundraising drive to raise money enough to support Sumayiya, a young disabled girl with a wheelchair and scholastic materials. I would like to thank Dr. Rita Mijumbi , Mary Kurek and others who contributed towards this cause. We have managed to raise money enough for the wheelchair though scholastic materials are not yet realized. We need $300 to provide Sumayiya with uniforms, books, bag and feeding support for one year. Below is the story that featured on my personal Facebook  page and GofundMe website CINTA Foundation Uganda is fundraising for a wheelchair and scholastic materials to help […]

Our new volunteer- Fred Mackyacar Sibulo

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We would like to welcome our new volunteer Fred to the CINTA – Uganda family. Fredpresents with exciting experience and competencies for27 years, with23 years at a more technical level providingfinancial management oversight,accounting andadministration; including monitoring, reporting and enforcement of financial policies, procedures and internal controls. Hasexcellent understanding of both Government and Donor accounting policies and proceduresbased on:   15 years as Finance and Administration Managerfor Donor (USAID, UNICEF, NORAD, BTC& AFD)fundedprojects 7 years as Chief Accountant for an International NGO/FAM for Donor funded projects concurrently 7 years as an Internal Auditor in Public Sector/Government Department Fred is trained in […]

Welcome aboard our new partners.

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#CINTA-UG We wish to welcome on board our new Partners PULSEnetwork,  an organization of professionals from diverse fields, and supporting  education including raising awareness on SRH and career development . CINTA Foundation Uganda and Pulse Network are going to implement their pilot SRH project in Kayunga districts within selected secondary schools. Together with the district personnel, the partnership plans to undertake the following activities Distribution of re-usable pads to girls in selected schools. Sensitization of beneficiaries with special focus on menstrual issues, early pregnancy and STDs and Peer support. Mentorship and guidance on career development issues for the students in […]

CINTA Foundation Uganda

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CINTA Foundation Uganda Is a Non-Government 0rganization founded in 2014 and registered in 2015, registration No. 11351. CINTA is an Indonesian word that means love and through our activities we share love with other community members. Its core programs are education support, skills training, economic empowerment and Reproductive health& HIV/AIDS. Currently, the Foundation is operating in regions of Central and Eastern Uganda. Mission “To be a Knowledgeable/ execution Partner in empowering communities for holistic development.” Vision “To work towards creating better communities which provide basic education, health and economic empowerment to community members.” CINTA CORE VALUES: Integrity Accountable Respect God […]