The Mmanze Centre for Rural Development & Training (MACERUDET)

Kampala, Uganda, Africa
We work with the rural communities to improve their standards and conditions of living through implementing sustainable community based program.

Online Volunteering

Below is a list of online tasks we would love help with!
Social Media Marketing
Setup our Facebook page 5 - 10 hours
Research
Research & recommend funding options 30 - 40 hours
Content Writing
Write a funding grant proposal 10 - 15 hours
Video Creation
Create a fundraising video 20 - 30 hours
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Contact Person

Mr. Mulindwa William
PO Box 32177, Clock Tower,Kampala, Uganda, Kampala, Uganda.
100% response rate , 7 hour(s) response time.

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Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

Monitoring,Evaluation,Planning ,Supervising,Coordinating.

MACERUDET is a community-based NGO founded in 1987 after the Bush War (1981-1986) by a group of local people in the area of Mmanze, Masulita sub-county in the Wakiso District of Uganda. The social infrastructures and agricultural sectors were left devastated by the Bush War, so the Mmanze community organized themselves to overcome challenges through self help initiatives.

The Mmanze Centre takes its name from the Mmanze community, one of the communities of the Masulita subcounty.

MACERUDET has more than 30 years of experience in the field of welfare works and works thanks to the contribution of a small group of professionals located in Masulita, Uganda. MACERUDET has built and manages :Mmanze Community Secondary School (MCSS)" and "Holy Cross Namutenga Community Primary School, Kindergarten & Day Care Centre". MACERUDET has also built and manages "Busaawa Mmanze Health Centre III"

The organization does not have established paid staff; however, we implement our priority programs utilizing the services of volunteers from both the local and international community.

Our priority programs:
• Sustainable agriculture
• Community based health care
• Training and education
• Environment protection
• Promoting youth, women and child rights
• Functional adult literacy
• Infrastructure development
• Rural savings and credit
• Community capacity building
• Social cultural tourism guide

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