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KATALEMWA CHESHIRE HOME FOR REHABILITATION SERVICES P.O BOX 16548, KAMPALA-UGANDA INVITATION NOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF MOTOR VEHICLES BY PUBLIC BIDDING DISP REF NO: KCH/2019/00001 1. Katalemwa Cheshire home intends to sell off two (2) vehicles which are to be sold on an “as is, where is” basis and invites sealed bids

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We are delighted to announce to you that we conducted the annual general meeting 2019 that brought together different stakeholders who included board members, Trustees, associate members, partners, parents of children with disabilities, staff and the management team. The meeting deliberated on governance issues, organizational development with more emphasis on the fundraising function to aid

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Katalemwa Cheshire Home together with its partners is implementing an advocacy initiative that is geared towards promoting the implementation of the Inclusive Education policy most especially on accessibility in schools. We are targeting three districts namely; Wakiso, Masaka and Kampala districts. We presume that after 3 years District Education Officers from our target districts would

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HOME BASED CARE

Teams of KCH staff regularly travel to clients’ homes as a means following up on CWDs and their families to monitor progress, utilization and viability of the rehabilitation interventions. This provides an opportunity for KCH to adapt services to suit specific needs of individual CWDs in their home environments and involve all family members in

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Katalemwa participates actively in policy lobbying and advocacy to influence policy formulation and implementation for the benefit of children with disabilities. We ensure that concerns of childhood disability are attended to at all levels and by all sectors guided by our advocacy and lobbying strategy. We join efforts with DPOs, other child actors in Uganda

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KCH uses the CBR approach to take its services closer to the community, including parents and children in the rehabilitation process as well as using locally available resources to improve the conditions of the children in the communities. With this approach, KCH conducts community outreach clinics, home based care visits in the various parts of

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A training on improved farming Katalemwa recognizes livelihood support is a key component in long-term rehabilitation. KCH’s economic empowerment programs are aimed at improving the socioeconomic status of CWDs and their families through skills including entrepreneurship and vocational training. Skills include: – Poultry and piggery farming – Mushroom growing – Bead and craft making –

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Learning sessions in the catch up class, KCHKCH recognizes that education is vital to transformation of any community and that quality education is every child’s right. Inclusive education creates a platform for the needs of children with disabilities to be identified and addressed. KCH supports children with disabilities to access inclusive education through a catch

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KCH recognises livelihood and socioeconomic development as key components of long-term rehabilitation. KCH’s economic empowerment programs exist to improve the socioeconomic status of CWDs and their families through skills including entrepreneurship and vocational training. Skills include: – Poultry and piggery farming – Mushroom growing – Bead and craft making – Tailoring – Baking – Gardening

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