Interventions for Development and Management is a non-governmental organization that was started in 2015 and was formally registered in 2016. It is mandated to operate within Uganda. Currently it is operating in Luwero district.
Our mission is promoting community managed initiatives that transform lives through empowerment in areas of livelihood, maternal, reproductive and child health, capacity build and health promotion.
To contribute to the sustainable development goals of ending poverty, ensuring good health and wellness, and achieving gender equality.
Our vision is to support self-sustaining communities with access to social services.
We believe in a harmonious working relationship where members support each other to achieve results; we all take responsibility of the negative and positive outcomes of our work.
We are accountable to all our partners and clients and make efforts to be transparent in all our actions.
We respect the different religions and expressions; we trust in God’s grace and strength to perform to the expectations of our stakeholders.
We strive for growth and quality in our work in order to satisfy the people we serve; our services are tailored to suit their needs.
We treasure individual and collective ability to bring up new ideas that add value to our work and enhance the organization’s progress.
Every initiative and project we undergo will always be sustainable, and will cause little to no impact on the surrounding environment.
Working with saving and credit associations to boast household incomes, assessing rural families’ needs and supporting them to identify and start income generating activities, training families in the target communities on financial literacy, and rehabilitating youth who are victims of drug abuse by training them in vocational skills.
Advocating for establishment of youth corners/youth friendly services at health facilities, health promotion and education within target communities, improving women’s access to maternal and child health services, promoting sexual reproductive health services, advocating for enactment of the law on universal health coverage, and sensitizing the public about patients’ rights.
Identifying and formalizing partnerships, developing operational policies and manuals, enhancing the organization’s recognition among stakeholders, fundraising, developing staff capacities, strengthening management and governance, and conducting research.