Who we are!
Youth Integrated Development Organization (YIDO) is a Ugandan-based, non for profit, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered under the NGOs Registration Act, 1989 (as amended). YIDO was established in 2009 as KYDEVA UGANDA and rebranded in 2016 with purpose to refocus her interventions and spread the services to the entire country.
YIDO is currently operating in 36 districts across the country. YIDO has implemented programs in Strengthening Accountability in Policing, HIV Prevention and Care, Livelihood and Enterprise Support, WASH, Strengthening Community leadership structures for reduced human rights violation among others.
YIDO’s mission is to empower disadvantaged youth and women through sustainable livelihood and self-help initiatives. This is done through providing vocational skills training for OVCs and girls, providing business enterprise support services to SMEs, and providing quality education and health care services to victims of HIV/AIDS
YIDO has established working relationships with government and non-government agencies including Uganda Police Force, Uganda Prisons Services, Ministry of Agriculture and other organizations in the related industry. It’s these relationships that make our work easier and complimentary to the National Development Plan and the United Nations sustainable development plan.