Our Programs

Our Programs

Imagine a world club.
Imka community development organization-Uganda is taking a step in educating young people
on how to love and protect the environment, respect nature, tree planting, go against
environmental pollution, and so many other factors that can help to conserve the environment.
We visit different schools and communities in Uganda to help in creating awareness in matters
concerning environmental conservation.
We empower children to take part in voicing their opinions and ideas and be part of a global
movement that can create change.
Through our project “IMAGINE A WORLD “ we have greatly impacted our communities by
showing children the right paths to take when they grow up, these children have helped to
spread the word concerning our environment and have taught their siblings and families the
importance of taking care of Mother Earth.
Our project has encouraged tree planting in almost every home in Kawanda village and in
wakiso district at large, children have learnt rural-urban farming, planting vegetables in plastic
bottles, bags and containers instead of throwing them away which affects our environment by
causing pollution.
The project creates awareness through songs, dance and drama, children love showing their
talents and educating all age groups.
We want the project to be a global movement, the birth of environmental warriors and by this we
mean to record more songs and dramas that will be played worldwide hence encouraging more
youngsters to join the movement.
We believe children are the future generation and by empowering them, we are assuring a
better tomorrow.
Blessed to give project.
This project is based on humanitarian activities which includes fundraising for a good cause,
such a small help to sponsor vulnerable children who can not afford to go to schools, helping
out the elderly buy giving them food, helping extremely poor families in the village get access to
basic needs among other things.
Villages of hope project.
IMKACDO is partying with Iyilik denizi from Turkey to help orphans get access to a better
home, education and healthcare,Also children get a chance to meet once every month and do
activities such as baking, singing, playing together and have fun, This is an ongoing project.
Gifted Hands project.
This is a project for handcraft and consists of women and children who mainly participate in
weaving traditional baskets, mats,beads, hand bags, bottle designing, shoe making, necklaces,
earrings and many others, this is one way of helping women develop and sustain themselves
through selling the craft hence helping their families in the day to day lives
Hands on skill project.
This project helps to skill youth in terms of teaching them small entrepreneurial skills that can
help them start up small business in order to develop themselves and curb down unemployment
and crimes within our communities which include:
-Baking classes
-Snack preparing and branding
-Computer lessons

Below is a brief explanation of the two projects on Salto youth and we are looking for an
European organization, school or university that can help us develop it

  1. Self esteem a key to holistic development to a girl child.
    This project therefore aims at educating girls between 10-15 years about self-esteem, life core
    values, body changes,integrity, dress code,Assertiveness,dangers of early pregnancy, among
    Develop and improve a girl child confidence to attain a holistic empowered and a future
    impactful citizenry woman of the nations.
    -Training girls on how to attain self-esteem and how it plays a role in their body growth and
    -Distribution of phy-cosocial support to vulnerable girl children.
    -Creating awareness in breaking the myths about self-esteem among the partner participants
    countries’ target population.
    -Guiding girls to take pride in their accomplishments .
    -Training girls how to accept frustrations,challenges and be able to address them.
  2. Climate change a world concern
    Climate change coupled with the above beliefs and deforestation is putting people more at risk
    of being struck by lightning.
    In the project, partners tend to protect the most vulnerable population from being struck by the
    lightning in their respective villages and schools.
    Protection of vulnerable school children and communities from disastrous lightening strikes in
    the partner participating countries.
    To prevent young people at schools and rural communities from being struck by lightning.
    To provide locally made shoes to the village undergoing school children
    To train community artisans in simple local shoes production for the purpose of constant supply
    to the schools.
    Creating awareness to communities in breaking the myths around lightning strikes.
    The Organization has a children’s choir which participate in singing gospels songs and
    awareness songs. We are planning to fundraise for the recording and video shooting of the
    songs so that our message can reach as many people as possible.we also have a traditional
    cultural troupe that entertains our communities and help youth and children develop their
    In the future we look at having our own place we call home where we can do our activities
    freely, and also act as a learning center for the Youth, women and children.
    For the past one year that we have been in existence, we have inspired and engaged in
    developing our communities and still doing so through many more projects that we already have
    and those that we know can help us achieve our organization’s vision but due to limited
    funds,we are unable to stretch extra length in terms of helping more vulnerable communities out
    there that might need our help.
    We created two fundraising projects so far on giving way.
    The project aims at putting in place a public library where children and the communities at large
    can access information and books.here is the link.
    As an organization we want to help our children and youth get sports kits such as balls,
    jerseys,props among others.
    Here is the link.

Imka Community Development Organization-Uganda visited a strong woman, mother of 5, (Frank 15yrs, Joan 13yrs, Lillian 11yrs, Jovan 8yrs, and Jordan   18 months)she has be through a lot as a single mother who relies on local farming, she takes care of all her children needs, including her last born baby who was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia. Being abandoned by almost everyone including her abusive husband, she’s now living with her relative where she’s raising her 5 children.
The oldest son (Frank)whose only 15 in his senior one,(Not at home at the time of visit), he had gone to look for jobs around the village as usual he fetches water, helps on construction sites, sells fruits among others so as to help his mother take care of her little siblings. Just like any other kids, these youngsters have dreams.

Joan’s dream is to become a teacher, she believes becoming a teacher will help her earn a lot of money and help taking care of her siblings. 

Lillian spoke openly about being a doctor and her reason made us all tear up, she wants to heal his little brother Jordan who has sickle cell anemia, at home, she’s responsible for taking care of his young brother, feeding him in time, helping him take his medicine, washing him up and playing together, just at 11years she shows a lot of courage and willingness to see his brother get better. 

Jovan’s dream is to become a DJ, this is something his mother can not come in terms with, his mother wants him to have a professional job like what other siblings dream about, but for Jovan, he wasn’t afraid to make his mother feel bad, he only said what makes him happy, his passion about being a DJ surprised everyone one and we hope his mother supports his decision in the future if he still wants to be a Dj.

As for Jordan, being diagnosed with sickle cell was a blow to the whole family, both his mother’s family and his father family do not recall anyone with the same disease, it’s something new in the family and dealing with it is still quite hard for the mother, she has to travel 21 miles to reach the capital city(Kampala) to get Jordan’s medication or bring him for his check ups, for a mother who doesn’t have a job and relies only on farming, it’s quite challenging, there were many times she was very depressed and cried a lot, she heard so many stories of babies with the same disease not making it to the age of 5yrs, our counselor helps in guiding and preparing her mind to be strong in order to overcome her fears, Imka Community Development Organization-Uganda also helps send her medication, buy foods that help Jordan build his immune system, and help older siblings with scholastic materials.

Our dream is to see these children get sponsorship for their education, it will be a heavy load lifted off their mother, we have engaged their mother in poultry keeping so as to earn a living that can help her feed her children.

Just like Frank, Joan, Lillian, Jovan and Jordan, there many other children in similar or worse situations that need our help.

With the help of our friends, and donors, we hope to help many children live their dreams and realize that someone cares.

$10, $20, $25, $50, $100, $250, $300, $400, $500 , any of these donations is accepted.