YIDO is currently operating in 36 districts across the country implementing various programs aimed at empowering disadvantaged youth and women
YIDO’s interventions in promoting community policing continue to excite the world.
Researchers from Brown University, University of Pennsylvania, and Columbia University discovered that there is enough evidence to suggest that the community policing interventions implemented by YIDO are resulting into more women and children reporting cases of domestic violence and Child rights violations. Universities under Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP) studied the impact of policing interventions that addressed the challenge of building trust and cooperation between police and citizens in Uganda. YIDO implements community policing programs in partnership with Uganda Police.
What We Do
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YIDO centers her interests in providing youth with vocational and life skills training, micro credit support and business growth