These are exciting new opportunities and they hope to recruit 2
outstanding individuals to join the Ka Tutandike team as the
organization evolves towards new strategic directions.
Overview of Ka Tutandike Uganda
Ka Tutandike Uganda (KTU) is a non-governmental community-based organisation, founded in 2006,
whosemandate is to empower vulnerable communities in Uganda. Its focus is primarily child focused as a catalyst for positive change, employing a multisectoral approach to unlock the potential that exists within poor communities. It has evolved and grown, and, as a relatively small organization now able to punch way above its weight, it has demonstrated tangible and positive change in the communities it serves. Its interventions have enabled significant improvements in the health and nutrition of children
living in conditions of extreme poverty in and around urban marketswhilst the incomes of their parents have increased and they have acquired knowledge and skills to generate new income. Many have become self-reliant. In 2012 following a review and consultation processKa Tutandike embarked on new directions aimed at fostering an entrepreneurial approach to its work with poor and vulnerable communities. Whilst remaining child-focused, the main areas of work include Health and Nutrition, Education and Economic Empowerment. Additionally, KTU hosts the Uganda National Coalition for the Deaf (UNCD) and integrates Disability as a cross-cutting issue in its intervention on Early Childhood Development.
The deadline is Friday 14 September. Details here: Ka Tutandike Uganda Vacancy – Community Liaison OfficerKa Tutandike Uganda Vacancy – Programme Assistant