Field of Operation
As a Christian service, we work for the most disabled people in Uganda, with missionaries from the USA, Germany, South Korea and Uganda.
In addition to charity work, one of our main goals is to spread the gospel. Especially among the disabled to turn weakness and vulnerability into hope and joy.
Our headquarters are located in Masaba, Busia district, near the border with Kenya. Mukono near Kampala is our branch for central Uganda.
The number of people with disabilities in the Busia district is estimated on the basis of studies from 2017 at 1809 adults and young people and children.
Our vision and mission has positively changed the lives of people with disabilities in various areas of life.
Education; Dream school project
MFD looks forward to promoting education for children with disabilities (CWD) in the community and building the disability community by strengthening mental, economic and health.
Construction of the Dream School project began on 15 May. April. 2019. Donated by one of the Korean association called Dreams Dream along with a U.S. church, Torrence Presbyterian Church and others. Dream School offers special needs child education in this area of Busia district. There are at least 10,000 CWD around. But you had no special schools and no pedagogical support.
There is a future plan to supplement it with a rehabilitation and professional center to facilitate the life of CWDs and raise you to lead and learn an independent life and break the illiteracy level among
Uganda is affected by an ongoing food crisis.
Child and child mortality remains high. In addition to poverty, another reason is that Uganda has one of the highest birth rates in the world. Fearing the cost, parents take their sick children to a clinic very late. Harmless diseases are often fatal. Children are affected because many of you are severely malnourished and have little defence.
Medical mission teams from South Korea for the last 12 years gave their testimonies. “We have come to Uganda for the medical mission for 12 years, but we have never treated so many patients. This was the first time we treated over 2,000 patients over 4 days.” We believe that God has heard the cries of his people, who are suffering in the midst of poor and sick environments in Uganda.
Marginalised groups such as the disabled, children and the elderly are particularly hard hit. With our program “Sharing wheelchairs of love” we can make life easier for affected and families. de
Development of the Community;
We do community awareness about disability for janitors of people with disabilities life as well as PWDs about your care and rehabilitation.
House of Blessing construction project
After research and assessments to identify needy people in the communities by MFD together with community leaders and affected local leaders, this is done for the needy PWDs.
In this way, MFD improves the standard of living of PWDs by building permanent homes for you.
Raising awareness and empowerment of PWDs
PWDs Groups for Economic Development
We visit the PWDs to advise you and allow you to develop your mind for your survival.