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Our Vision: Empowered, healthy and prosperous communities of Uganda.

Our Mission: A leading provider of integrated community development services to the needy so that they realize improved livelihoods.

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Who we are

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Emesco Development Foundation (EDF) is a reputable local pro-poor development organisation based and operational in Kibaale District in Mid-Western Uganda. EDF is duly incorporated as a Company Limited By Guarantee and Not Having a Share Capital according to the laws of Uganda and for that matter it is a not-for-profit development organization.
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Principal Mandate of Emesco

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The principal mandate of EDF is to enhance the social and economic empowerment of the rural poor, the disadvantaged and the marginalised, majority of whom are women, so that they can improve their livelihood situation and dignity.

EDF was founded in April 1998 and since this time it has experienced tremendous growth both in terms of service
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Agriculture development programme

This is one of the key programmes of Emesco Development Foundation with an aim of improving food security and incomes of the rural poor people. Emesco Development Foundation highly cherishes environmentally friendly farming systems that are highly productive, sustainable and low-cost.
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Community Health Programme

Emesco Development Foundation runs an elaborate Integrated Community Health Programme that uses the Community Based Health Care (CBHC) approach. The key focus of the programme is to impart knowledge and skills to help communities effectively manage and control preventable diseases
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Water and Sanitation Programme

Improving accessibility to clean and safer water as well as appropriate and decent sanitation facilities for rural communities and public institutions such as schools and health centres is another core area of Emesco Development Foundation.
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