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.
We distributed pads in 21 schools within Busoga region, Iganga ans Mayuge districts and have a total of 2800 beneficiaries to date. 70% of the beneficiaries were also provided with information about SRH issues and strategies of avoiding GBV and ensuring they keep in school amidst various challenges.
Skills development for Kawuga Women’s Group.
In partnership with Crochet4Life, two (2) women groups benefited from the sandal parts skills training and currently number benefiting has grown to over 40. To date they are producing sandal parts and getting paid for their labor input by Crochet4Life.
CINTA has supported 120 children with scholastic materials both in Kiswa slum area and eastern region of Uganda.
Staff Capacity Building
Our staff attended a workshop for proposal writing and accountability of donor funds at ISP Uganda an NGO that partners with small organizations for project implementation
Our Board Of Directors:
Dr. Babikwa Daniel
Head of Public Education:- National Environment And Management Authority (NEMA)
Dr. Muhumuza Fred
Research & Advocacy Specialist
Financial Sector Deepening Project
Mr. Mwijuka Collin
Acting Executive Director:- National Women Council
Mr. Mulyalya Cuthbert
Principal Education Planner:- Ministry of Education and Sports
Dr. Mworozi Edison
Senior Consultant Pediatrician:- Mulago National referral Hospital
Mrs. Unior Lule Katemba
Director Isieme Si Puo (ISP) Uganda
Miss Harriet Masembe
Manager Liberty Life Insurance
Mr. Kiwanuka Samuel Peter
Head of Human Resource and Administration:- Uganda Clays
Mrs. Julie Kawuba
Lecturer SIT University USA.
Program Coordinator -Save the Mothers:- Uganda Christian University
Trudy (Gertrude) Masembe – ED
After winding up my tenure at Childhealth International, it was clear to me that I still had to work towards community improvement. CINTA Foundation Uganda presented this opportunity that would not only satisfy my passion of making a difference in the lives of others but also ensure improved systems, household income and general wellbeing of the population. As a young NGO, CINTA foundation calls for hard work and commitment and this is what I have to offer
Christine Tamale – Program Manager.
Has worked with Aktion Africa Hilfe, handling a number of community projects and administrative work. I share a similar passion with Trudy of changing people’s lives through tailored community interventions. Working with CINTA gives me new challenges since it’s a young NGO but with the ambition and zeal of quality service delivery.
Tel’ +256- 772509133
Mildred Nbawanuka (Field Assistant)
Still a student with Nakawa Business school and yet creating time for CINTA field work. An accounting student and rotaractor, am working towards the Rotary Vision of service above self. CINTA has not only offered me opportunity to serve others and make use of my school knowledge and training in the accounting field but also learn from my bosses who already have massive experience.