Established in 2001, KIFAD is a registered local Non-Governmental Organization in Uganda, East Africa that works with minimal resources and collaborates with partners to improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities, children and young women.


Technology & Innovation
Partnering with Local Communities

Utilizing and adapting technologies familiar to the developed world, we can mobilize and enable communities access to medical testing and counseling services, income generating activities, and capacity building services to improve incomes and livelihoods.

By nurturing relationships with likeminded organizations and private individuals, we're able to unlock new sources of capital and scale up our work. Though much still needs to be done to realize measurable impact among vulnerable communities.

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KIYITA FAMILY ALLIANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT (KIFAD) – is a reminder of Kiyita, a man who passed away after contracting the Human Immune Virus (HIV). It is our way to commemorate the incredible and engaged work he did among vulnerable communities especially children and their families.

Kiyita Family Alliance for Development (KIFAD) is a registered indigenous / local Non-Governmental Organization, established in 2001 (registration No- S. 5914 / 5184).

KIFAD is community-based with its Headquarters at Bulabakulu Village, Banda Parish, Mende Sub county, Wakiso District in Uganda, East-Africa.

Growing towards a disease-free future

Today we work with a really inspiring and encouraging team of 15 employees, national and international volunteers, and interns. Thanks to our donors and people that believe in our work we could establish KIFAD as a trusted organization. But our work is of course not finished.


To make a lasting impact, we know that we must actively engage and include the communities we are seeking to help, local authorities and development partners including both local and foreign organizations.

Working as a united front to better the lives of vulnerable communities has enabled us impact thousands of households enabling children access to education, young women to start income generating businesses and improve the health of our beneficiaries.