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Infinity Network Development Foundation Uganda (INDF Uganda) aims to strengthen community members with a passion to educate and reach vulnerable affairs, happiness and beyond, providing them facilitation with alternatives strategies to cope with feeling helpless and challenged by life in poverty We strive to achieve this goal by offering; Health Services, Human Rights Services, and Community Development The funds you give means a lot to us. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world. Through advocacy and outreach activities, our team works tirelessly each day to contribute their part to the greater good. Infinity Network Development Foundation Uganda is a Community Based Organization fully registered by the government of Uganda under Reg. No.: CD/LDLG/2434, CD: 871 & MMC/KB/706/2018


A Ugandan Society that is enterprising and Productive.


To empower young people in Uganda through innovative and demand led entrepreneurial interventions that enable them to transform their livelihoods and communities.

We value:

Godliness and Servant hood; we appreciate that every person is a gift from God and very important with this in mind, we embrace every one as distinct, unique and see to it that they have a belonging by extending a service through giving them hope in where it did not exist

Love and Care; we value relationships in our communities and strive to demonstrate God’s love, offer hope, future and a home to all

Transparency and Accountability; we embrace accuracy, honesty, integrity, good governance and acceptable work ethics with high level of standards.

Commitment; we deliver what we promise in order to foster trusted community relationships

Respect; we embrace each individuals unique talent, honor diverse work styles and believe that each one of us is an asset to INDF-UGANDA.

Team work; ‘’No man is an highland,’’ we believe in the collaborative, creative and the diverse cultures of different individuals can push us forward.

Human rights and dignity for all; we value and uphold the generally recognized international human rights that are mandatory for the safety, care, life style, upbringing and the dignity of all irrespective of race, color or denomination and we ensure that our staff, beneficiaries and the communities are protected from abusers of human rights

  • To establish a model social unity and cooperation among the community members in programs of education, agriculture, health and structure development
  • To fight the spread of HIV/AIDS in the community through sensitization, counseling, testing and providing ALL the necessary care and treatment to the positive clients (Members)
  • To take such other measures and render services or assistance including establishment of information centers, health units, provision for shelter homes, water resources, setting up of educational centers, research and training institutions, etc., to the aforesaid class of persons and other persons, as may be necessary from time to time for the betterment of the community.
  • Work in partnership with NGOs on issues of common interest
  • To provide Social, Educational and Economic Empowerment to ALL community members
  • To safeguard the rights of the Child and provide for the well being of Children in need, more particularly;
    -Children exposed to any form of abuse,
    -Children deprived of education
    -Children suffering from ill health, physical and mental.
  • To secure for the transgendered, their basic human rights and ensuring them a better way of life by;
  • Providing assistance in pursuing education.
  • Facilitating the transgendered in exploring employment opportunities and have them employed in an open-minded work environment, where there is less or no discrimination, stigma and prejudice.
  • Guiding the transgendered in identifying their interests and assist them further by enrolling them in concerned vocational training programs and/or based on their individual preference, aid in establishing them as entrepreneurs.Persistent sensitizing and capacity building among the general public
  • To identify the homeless and the destitute and facilitate their relocation in appropriate institutions.
  • To provide medical and legal aid and assistance to the old aged, young mothers and to take such other measures to ensure their social well being.
  • To mentor and provide guidance to the youth.
  • To conduct a study on various social issues from time to time, gather data, and carry out research.

Since 2015 INDF-Uganda has reached key milestones in its
goal of achieving its vision of empowering youth in

Some of the key milestones include:-

  • Our programs have directly reached all
    regions of Uganda
  • Over 300 schools ( Nursery, primary and
    secondary) directly benefiting from our school and health
  • Over 500,000 youth reached through offering financial education, business skills, youth mentoring and entrepreneurial training for young people in schools and out of schools
  • Strong networks built through the Public- Private Partnership model. INDF is working with the government of Uganda, Private sector institutions, financial institutions, media houses such as Vision Group, other nongovernmental organizations and district leaders.
  • We have provided technical support to the National Curriculum Development Center (NCDC) in mainstreaming entrepreneurship education and financial literacy into the National school’s curriculum.
  • Directly supported in the creating of the Financial Literacy strategy of Uganda

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Our Goals

We are targeting to achieve the following in the long and short run

Increase awareness of the plight of sidelined people in Uganda

for example the elderly persons where by about, 75% of these elderly reside in rural areas, one third of them are below the poverty line and 90% of them are from the informal employment sector – implying no pension or other social security support. It is worth mentioning that in Uganda, 33% of these elderly live in areas vulnerable to natural disaster. In simple terms the greatest challenge ahead is formulating appropriate and customized responses to “caring for the needs of the elderly”.

Promote vocational skills development so that under-served youth, women orphans and other vulnerable children

can lift themselves out of poverty since poverty prevents the enjoyment of basic human rights, security and well-being. poverty in Uganda and mostly Lwengo, Masaka and Bukomansimbi regions where INDF-UGANDA operates; remains high due to limited access and control productive assets especially by women, limited utilization of improved production technologies, large families, alcoholism, unemployment, underemployment, lack of markets, inadequate opportunities for education and lack of information. INDF-UGANDA is working hard to narrow the gap by promoting number of projects and activities to achieve the set goal.

Improve the overall health status of rural communities of Eastern Uganda

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